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The C. Milton Wright Mustangs (14-1 overall, 9-1 Chesapeake) won a slugfest on Friday, beating the visiting John Carroll Patriots, 10-8.

CMW got on the board in the bottom of the first when Jessica Lucas knocked an RBI double which scored Lindsay Kuczak, who had tripled. Katie Weimer and Nicole McClaskey made the score 3-0 with RBI singles.

John Carroll scored a pair of runs in the second, then added four more in the top of the fifth to take a 6-4 lead.

In the bottom half of the fifth, Lucas hit a two-out double, and Weimer followed by belting the Patriot hurler’s offering over the fence for a game-tying homer.

In the sixth, the Mustangs plated four runs to go up 10-6. John Carroll scored twice in their final at bat, but the Mustangs were able to shut the door before their guests could get any closer.

In the Mustangs’ Saturday home game with Mount De Sales, Amanda Ator hit an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh to give her team a 2-1 win.

On the mound for CMW, Brittany Stein scattered seven hits and allowed just one earned run in a complete-game effort.

Tied 0-0 in the bottom of the third, CMW went up 1-0 when Jessica Canami, who made it to second on a walk and a steal, was driven home by Kuczak’s double to right center.

The visitors tied the game in the top of the seventh, but in the home half of the frame, MacKenzie Fitzgerald reached base on an error, then moved to second on a sacrifice bunt by Alicia McMahon. Ator then came to the plate and ended the contest with a base hit.

Huskies take three

The Patterson Mill Huskies (12-4 overall, 12-2 Susquehanna) topped the visiting Bel Air Bobcats, 11-5, at home on Monday night.

Brianna James struck out six in the complete-game win.

Brooke Olszewski whacked two triples and a single, driving in four runs, while Megan Angelini had two RBIs, one run and one hit. Carlie Andrews helped the winning cause with two hits, two runs and one RBI.

Bel Air’s Erin Morrissey knocked in two runs on a single and a double, while teammate Laura Porter ripped an RBI triple.

The Huskies beat Aberdeen, 14-3, going away on Friday.

Andrews tossed a complete-game victory, allowing five hits and striking out two. At the plate, Andrews hit a single and a triple.

Danielle Dahl led the Huskies with three RBIs on a double and a single, while Angelini scored twice, had two RBIs and roped two singles. Hanna Ayestas scored three runs and picked up three hits, while Olszewski hit a single and a double, and scored three times.

Patterson Mill knocked off the visiting Havre de Grace squad, 4-1, on Thursday.

James scored once and hit a triple in the victory, while Andrews had a pair of base hits. In the sixth frame, the Huskies’ Lexi Duchesne gave her team some breathing room with a two-RBI double.

James made the start and tossed all seven innings, holding the Warriors to four hits and striking out eight in the win.

Hawks take two

North Harford (13-4 overall, 12-1 Susquehanna) picked up a home-field, division win on Friday by knocking off the Havre de Grace girls, 7-1.

North Harford’s Melissa Doering struck out a season-best 12 hitters in the win, and did not allow a walk in seven innings of work.

Sam Stiles paced the Hawks’ offense, going 2-for-4 with a triple and two runs scored, while Emily Briggs was 2-for-3 with one RBI. Taylor Stiles ripped a double for the Hawks.

Victoria Caine had the hot bat for Havre de Grace, going 3-for-3 with two doubles and a triple, and knocking home the Warriors’ only run. Megan Appold was 2-for-3 with a triple and one run scored, while Brooke Foley went 1-for-3.

On Thursday, Doering struck out nine hitters in the Hawks 6-4 win over the visiting Bel Air Bobcats.

Tiffany Edwards had two RBIs and a double for the Hawks, while Doering was 2-for-4 with a triple. Stiles was 2-for-4 with a double, while Briggs finished 2-for-4 with a pair of base hits. Abby Young hit one double in the victory.

Bel Air pitcher Erin Morrissey allowed eight hits in a complete-game effort.

Fallston beaten

Fallston (2-12 overall, 1-11 Chesapeake) lost 3-1 to the host-team Perryville Panthers on Monday.

Harford Tech

The Harford Tech girls (10-5 overall, 7-4 Chesapeake) won a shutout on Monday, beating the host-team Elkton Golden Elks, 2-0.

Bobcats top Edgewood

With the aid of a three-hit shutout from pitcher Hope Schofield, the Bel Air Bobcats (9-7 overall, 6-7 Susquehanna) cruised to a 10-0 victory over host-team Edgewood on Friday.

Emily Rosenberger was 3-for-5 with a double, one run and two RBIs, while Erin Morrissey had a double, two RBIs and one run. Laura Porter finished 1-for-2 with a run, and Meghan Punko scored a pair of runs for Bel Air. Lindsay Quill scored twice, and Lauren Neely was 3-for-4 with three singles.

Warriors crush Rams

Havre de Grace (11-6 overall, 10-4 Susquehanna) ended its lower-division schedule on in high style on Monday, topping the visiting Edgewood Rams, 9-1.

Havre de Grace’s Victoria Caine hit a grand slam home run to pace the Warrior offense. Stefanie Pollack had a pair of RBIs for the Warriors, while teammates Ashley Crowe and Kelsey McRoberts both scored two times and hit one double. Kaitlyn White knocked in one run for the winners.

John Carroll wins shutout

Playing at home on Thursday, the John Carroll Patriots got a three-hit shutout from hurler Clare Puopolo, helping them to a 5-0 victory over the visiting Mercy squad.

Puopolo struck out seven and walked one in the victory.

In the first inning, Alex Jeddry doubled, moved to third on Amanda Norris’ sacrifice fly, then scored on a passed ball.

The Patriots went up 2-0 in the fourth when Norris scored on an RBI fielder’s choice hit by Becca Miles.

Puopolo helped her own cause in the fifth inning, crushing a two-run homer.

Pinch runner Kayla Rolek scored the Patriots’ final run in the sixth, making it home from third base on a fielding error.

Kayleigh Allender finished the game 2-for-4 with a double.

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