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The Perryville and Havre de Grace softball squads met on Wednesday to begin the 2010 regular season, and after the last out had been recorded it was the host-team Panthers that had earned the victory, knocking off the visiting Warriors, 10-1.

Hannah Musick started the game for Perryville and went six innings, striking out eight and walking one, while holding the Warriors to one earned run on three hits in the win. Lindsey Poore tossed one inning of relief for Perryville and struck out the side.

Musick was a perfect 4-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs at the plate, while Kelsey Lovelace was 1-for-4 with one RBI and one run in the victory. Poore had one hit and one RBI, while Chloe Erickson had one RBI, one run and one hit for the Panthers.

Jade McDonnell cracked an RBI single to push the Warriors’ lone run across the plate. Meredith Grady had a single and a double in the loss, while fellow Warrior Megan Appold cracked a single.

Sarah Scott started the game for Havre de Grace and went four innings, allowing four earned runs. Havre de Grace’s Brooke Foley pitched the balance of the game and surrendered four earned runs.

Aberdeen thumps Joppa

Playing at home on Wednesday, the Aberdeen Eagles knocked off the visiting Joppatowne squad 13-4 to kick off the 2010 regular season.

Joppatowne pitcher Lauren Deel set down nine hitters on strikeouts in the loss.

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