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The Bel Air varsity softball team had its back against the wall Wednesday, but the Bobcats responded with a double header sweep at Aberdeen to remain in a tie with Elkton for the UCBAC Susquehanna (lower) Division title.

The Bobcats scored in all but two innings in a 13-5 game one win, while completing the sweep with a 5-1 victory in game two.

Erin Morrissey pitched the wins in both games for Bel Air.

In game one, Morrissey had 15 strikeouts, while issuing no walks and giving up four hits.

In game two, Morrissey struck out nine, walked two and allowed three hits.

Rebecca Baldwin took the loss for Aberdeen in game one, while Natalie Baker, who struck out 10, took the loss in game two.

Hawks blank Rams

North Harford knocked off visiting Edgewood Wednesday, beating the Rams, 4-0, in Susquehanna play.

North Harford pitcher Rachael Lange shut down the Rams on three hits, while the Hawks picked up six hits.

Sam Stiles highlighted the Hawks with a RBI triple.

Mustangs clip Cougars

Visiting C. Milton Wright scored the game’s only run in the sixth inning as the Mustangs blanked Fallston, 1-0.

Brittany Favazza hit a one out single and later scored on a throwing error to lead the Mustangs to the Chesapeake victory.

CMW’s Brittany Walter and Fallston’s Val Strawbridge were equally impressive, each allowing just three hits and both struck out seven. The game had no extra base hits.

Warriors beat Mariners

Havre de Grace beat winless and host Joppatowne on Wednesday, 18-3, behind a 19-hit attack.

Taylor Hendricks and Mariah Ripken each had four hits and three RBIs, while Tiffany Green added three hits and three RBIs.

Ashley Crowe, Brooke Foley and Meredith Grady had two hits apiece, while Amber Thomson and Kelsey McRoberts had hits as well.

Ripken pitched two scoreless innings for the win, while Foley worked three innings in relief.

Indians beat Cobras

Visiting North East took advantage of several Harford Tech errors and won, 7-3, Wednesday in Chesapeake, or upper division, play.

Meghan Kahler pitched a complete game in the loss for Tech, striking out three and allowing 11 hits and three earned runs.

The Cobras’ bats struggled until the fourth inning when Beth Gwiazda (2-for-3) hit a solo home run.

The bats fizzled again until the seventh when Ashley Grove (2-for-3) started a rally by reaching base on a error.

Kahler singled, allowing Grove to advance and Danielle Donnelly drew a walk to load the bases. Kelly Thompson followed with a RBI single, driving in Grove, and Kristen Mueller followed with another RBI single, scoring Kahler.

Patriots top IND

Clare Puopolo allowed eight hits and struck out 11 to lead John Carroll over visiting IND, 7-3. Puopolo also walked two.

Puopolo also aided the offense, stroking a two-run single in the third.

In the fourth, the Patriots added four runs on a Taylor Zimmerman RBI single, a Alex Jeddry RBI fielders choice and a Mary Kate Smith RBI double. Smith also scored on a error.

The Patriots’ final run came in the sixth on a Becca Miles sacrifice fly. Zimmerman finished the game with a team best three hits.

Other scores

In two games played Tuesday, CMW beat host Perryville, 3-2, and Fallston beat visiting North East, 2-1.


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