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The Havre de Grace girls responded to the pleasant weather by knocking off the visiting Aberdeen Eagles, 11-7, on Wednesday.

Havre de Grace starter Brooke Foley picked up the win after going 6-1/3 innings in which she struck out eight and surrendered two earned runs.

Megan Appold and Kelsey McRoberts both rapped out doubles and drove in two RBIs, while teammate Meredith Grady also knocked in a pair of runs. Jenna McDonnell hit three singles and scored three times for the Warriors, while Ashley Crowe slugged a pair of doubles in the victory. Stefanie Pollack, Hailey Bethke and Foley all hit one single for Havre de Grace.

Aberdeen’s Rebecca Baldwin cracked a solo home run in the loss.

The Warriors had 11 hits and one error on the game, while Aberdeen had eight hits and two errors.

Playing at home last Thursday, the Warriors battled back from a four-run deficit to beat the visiting Bel Air Bobcats, 5-4.

Bel Air rallied for four runs in the top of the second frame, but in the home half of the inning the Warriors pushed three runners across. Following a scoreless third inning, Havre de Grace tied the game up with a run in the bottom of the fourth. Both teams went silent for the next two frames, but the Warriors were able to score the winning run in their final at bat.

Appold had a double and a triple in the victory.

Havre de Grace relief pitcher Bethke took the mound in the third frame and finished the game to earn the win.

Havre de Grace committed just one error during the contest, while the Bobcat defense was charged with five six errors.

Perryville splits

Perryville suffered a defeat by the smallest of margins on Wednesday, losing, 2-1, to the host-team Northeast-Anne Arundel squad.

Hannah Musick started for the Panthers and went the distance, striking out seven, walking zero and allowing two earned runs on five hits. At the plate, Musick was 1-for-3 with a walk and one RBI.

Brette Knell was 1-for-3 with one run scored, while Kelsey Lovelace, Natalie Figeuroa and Nori Elliott all had singles in the loss.

Last Thursday, the Panthers slipped past the visiting North East Indians, 1-0.

Musick tossed a complete-game two-hitter, striking out nine and facing just three batters over the minimum.

Lindsey Poore was 2-for-3 at the plate with one run and one stolen base. Elliott knocked home the Panthers’ lone run with an RBI double.

HdG tournament

The Havre de Grace Warriors are hosting a four-team tournament on Saturday, which is slated to start at 11 a.m.

In the first round, the Warriors will square off with Elkton, while Fallston and Harford Tech play at the same time to see who advances to the championship game.

The tournament’s final and consolation game are slated to start at 1:30 p.m.


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