Elks pick up first victory with win over Warriors
Elkton captured its first victory of the spring Wednesday as it topped visiting Havre de Grace 20-12 in Susquehanna Division softball action.
Chasidy Green singled and belted a grand slam and Amanda Simpson (double in the first inning) also homered as part of a nine-run second inning for the Golden Elks (1-5 overall, 1-3 division), who scored six runs in the opening frame to run away with the victory.
Maggie Sprouse recorded the win on the mound, while Jaycie Coates added a triple and double in the win.
The Warriors fall to 2-4 overall and 2-2 in the lower division.
Indians roll over Mariners
North East upended visiting Joppatowne 10-0 in five innings in Susquehanna Division softball action on Wednesday.
Molly Dill went 3-4 with a leadoff home run, four RBIs and one run scored, Kaitlyn Stewart finished with an RBI-single and run scored and Jess Choplinsky added an RBI double and a run for the Indians (4-2 overall, 4-0 division), who received an RBI single and a run scored from Morgan Sargent and a complete-game one-hitter from Olivia Martin with seven strikeouts and one walk.
The Mariners slip to 1-4 overall and 0-4 in the lower division.
Panthers shut out Cobras
Perryville defeated visiting Harford Tech 7-0 in Chesapeake Division softball action on Wednesday.
Amber Keene hit a solo home run, while Kaitlyn Griffin and Emily Phillips added one RBI each for the Panthers (6-0 overall, 4-0 division), who received a combined pitching effort from Mara Little (five innings, four hits, seven strikeouts) and Lydia Hill (two innings, two hits, four strikeouts).
The Cobras fall to 4-2 overall and 3-2 in the upper division.
Tigers fall short against Mustangs
Rising Sun suffered a 2-0 loss to visiting C.M. Wright in Chesapeake Division softball action on Wednesday.
Reagan Connell surrendered one earned run on two hits to go along with five strikeouts and three hit batsman for the Tigers (2-3 overall, 0-3 division), who received two hits from Ally Bradford and one hit from Paige Bradford.
UCBAC Baseball Elks lose to Cougars
Elkton fell to visiting Fallston 8-5 in Chesapeake Division baseball action on Wednesday.
The Golden Elks (2-4 overall, 1-3 division), led 5-2 after two innings.
Ryan Tarrant picked up the win in relief, tossing four scoreless innings and allowing only one hit for the Cougars (3-2, 2-1), who received two RBIs from Bryce Logan (double), Brett Sperl and Brady Logan (double).
Eagles win big to stay unbeaten
Bohemia Manor defeated visiting Joppatowne 22-6 in five innings in Susquehanna Division baseball action on Wednesday, remaining undefeated on the season.
Chase Justice and Josh Malin notched three hits each and Anthony Marut, Nathan Kendall and Bo Matherly registered two hits each for the Eagles (5-0 overall, 3-0 division).
The Mariners remain winless at 0-4 overall and 0-3 in the lower division.
Panthers upend Warriors
Perryville topped visiting Havre de Grace 6-3 in Susquehanna Division base- ball action on Wednesday.
Kody Brown surrendered one earned run on six hits and one walk with six strikeouts over five innings to pick up the win for the Panthers (3-3 overall, 3-1 division), who received two RBIs from freshman Mike Newsome and an RBI from Silas Stevens.
The Warriors fall to 1-4 overall and 1-2 in the lower division.
UCBAC Track & Field Tiger girls take first, boys second in tri-meet
Danielle Lee (800-meter), Julia Herrmann (1,600-meter) and Teresa Reid (3,200) swept the distance events to help lead the Rising Sun girls’ team to 79 total points and a victory in a tri-meet over C.M. Wright (56 points) and Aberdeen (47 points) on Wednesday.
The Tigers captured first place in the 4x100, the 4x200 and the 4x800-meter relays to pad their score, while a victory in the high jump from Madison Webb contributed to the top finish.
The Rising Sun boys’ placed second with 77 points, while the Eagles won the meet with 80 points and the Mustangs finished third with 26 points.
Jacob Cohen won the 100and 200-meter races and Bryce Brown captured the 100-and 300-meter hurdles, while Bryce Calhoun won the high jump and Noah Ulrich placed first in the pole vault for the Tigers, who took first place in the 4x200-meter relays.
Private School Girls’ Soccer Crusaders suffer shutout
Tri-State Christian fell to Salem County (N.J.) 4-0 in non-conference private school girls’ soccer on Tuesday.
Abby McAndrews made eight saves for the Crusaders (0-2).