With region playoffs scheduled to begin as early as Thursday for some, regular season-ending games highlighted Monday's softball play.
North Harford (7-5, 10-5) defeated visiting C. Milton Wright (7-5, 14-5), 5-3, in UCBAC Chesapeake Division action. The Hawks were led by Autum Walinski, who was 2-for-3 with a single and a two-run double.
In the circle for the Hawks, Hunter Harbaugh went all seven innings for the win, giving up three runs on 12 hits and two walks, while striking out two.
Eagles beat Huskies
Aberdeen (11-3, 1-7) ended its Susquehanna Division schedule with a 3-2 win at Patterson Mill (6-7, 6-11) Monday.
Lauren Rossi hit a solo home run to highlight Patterson Mill's loss. Katie Williams went all seven innings to take the loss, giving up an earned run on six hits. She struck out 12.
Aberdeen stats were not provided.
Bobcats beat Cougars
In non-division play Monday, Bel Air (6-9) beat visiting Fallston (8-9), 11-1.
Allisyn Evans suffered the loss for the Cougars. She allowed all 11 runs (seven earned) on 11 hit and three walks. She struck out six.
Leading the Cougars offensively were Lia Alexandrou, 1-for-3; Clara Stewart, 1-for-2, run; Brooke Schneiders, 1-for-2, double, RBI; and Eileen Scheir, 1-for-1.
Bel Air stats were not provided.
Panthers blank Rams
In other non-division play Monday, Edgewood (4-13) was shut out at undefeated Perryville, 12-0, in five innings.
The Rams had just one hit.
Mustangs edge Tech
C. Milton Wright hosted Eastern Tech Saturday for the Mustangs' Senior Game and the home team celebrated the 4-3 non-league win.
Tech out-hit CMW, 9-8, but three of the CMW hits were doubles, providing the Mustangs four runs.
Morghan Fulton collected the win and added two hits. Danielle DeAgostino also had two hits.
The Mavericks jumped ahead, 2-0, with single runs in the first and third innings. Sarah Heagy drove in both runs with a pair of singles.
The Mustangs started to come back in the bottom of the third when Cassidy Cochran singled home DeAgostino, who had led off the inning with a double. In the fourth it was Fulton's turn, driving in Katie Murphy to tie the game at 2.
Murphy drove in the go-ahead run in the fifth, knocking in Meg Godwin. The hit of the night, however, for the Mustangs was a pinch-hit RBI double off the bat of Michelle Cisco, giving the Mustangs an 4-2 lead through six innings.
Tech opened the seventh with back-to-back singles and did plate a run, but Fulton forced three consecutive groundouts to secure the win.
Mustangs beat Dulaney
CMW hurler Fulton carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning Thursday at Dulaney, where the Mustangs won, 1-0, in non-league play. Fulton did finally surrender two hits, while also walking two and striking out nine.
Dulaney pitcher Emma Bevard held the Mustangs to one run on five hits, but it wasn't enough to shut the Mustangs out.
CMW freshman first baseman Lauren Meyers belted her first career home run over the leftfield fence in inning number two.