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(Enlarge) C. Milton Wright's Lindsay Resnik just misses the tag at second base during Tuesday's state semifinal against Northern of Calvert County. The Mustangs lost 4-1 to the 21-0 Patriots. (Nicole Munchel | Aegis staff)

The C. Milton Wright Mustangs, who were the last Harford County softball team left standing in the MPSSAA postseason tournament, saw their bid for another state final appearance end at Glen Burnie's Bachman Park Tuesday night.

The Mustangs suffered a 4-1 defeat at the hands of the Northern of Calvert County Patriots in the Class 3A state semifinals.

Tuesday's semifinal, a rematch of last year's 3A championship game, saw the Mustangs go up 1-0 with a run in the first inning.

Northern, which ran its record to 21-0 heading into the 3A final, had not trailed a single opponent in its 20 previous contests.

Unfortunately for the Mustangs, they failed to plate another run after taking the lead.

With the loss, C. Milton Wright ended its 2011 campaign with a 15-6 overall record.

This year's semifinal appearance was CMW's seventh overall. Four days earlier, the Mustangs won their second straight 3A North regional title with a 7-3 defeat of North Harford.

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