Pan­thers’ win­ning streak reaches 10

Cecil Whig - - SPORTS - WHIG STAFF RE­PORT

Per­ryville de­feated vis­it­ing Bel Air 2-0 in Ch­e­sa­peake Divi­sion soft­ball ac­tion on Wed­nes­day, ex­tend­ing its win­ning streak to 10 games and re­main­ing un­de­feated on the sea­son.

Third base­man Kait­lyn Grif­fin drove in a run with a sin­gle and added a stolen base, Am­ber Keene and Brooke Reynolds both scored and pitcher Emily Phillips al­lowed four hits, walked one and struck out five in a com­plete-game ef­fort for the Pan­thers (100 over­all, 7-0 divi­sion), who scored both runs in the first in­ning.

The Bob­cats fall to 5-3 over­all and 3-3 in the up­per divi­sion.

Ea­gles earn shutout

Bo­hemia Manor shut out host Har­ford Tech 7-0 in Ch­e­sa­peake Divi­sion soft­ball ac­tion on Wed­nes­day.

Melinda Mor­gan fin­ished 3-5 with a dou­ble, an RBI and two runs scored, while Zoe Lockwood (two runs) and Rachel Jones (two RBIs) both had two hits for the Ea­gles (7-3 over­all, 4-3 divi­sion), who re­ceived two RBIs and a run from Tay­lor Ab­sha­gen and two runs scored from Melinda Mullin.

Ab­sha­gen threw a com­plete game for the win, pick­ing up three strike­outs and al­low­ing two hits.

The Co­bras fall to 4-6 over­all and 2-6 in the up­per divi­sion.

In­di­ans win big

North East up­ended host Edge­wood 14-5 in Susque­hanna Divi­sion soft­ball ac­tion on Wed­nes­day, re­main­ing un­de­feated in lower divi­sion play.

Paige Ye­d­i­nak went 4-4 with two dou­bles, two RBIs and two runs scored and Kasey Bar­row (three RBI, run), Molly Dill (two dou­bles, three runs, RBI) and Emily Jones (two runs, RBI) all added three hits for the In­di­ans (6-2 over­all, 6-0 divi­sion), who re­ceived two hits from Olivia Martin (home run, two RBIs, two runs), Mor­gan Sar­gent (three RBI-triple, run) and Jess Cho­plin­sky (two runs).

From the cir­cle, Cho­plin­sky threw a com­plete game, scat­ter­ing eight hits and strik­ing out five for the vic­tory.

The Rams fall to 3-5 over­all and 3-3 in the lower divi­sion.

Elks sink Mariners

Trail­ing by three runs en­ter­ing the fi­nal in­ning, Elk­ton came from be­hind to de­feat host Jop­pa­towne 14-6 in Susque­hanna Divi­sion soft­ball ac­tion on Wed­nes­day.

Ha­ley Grant (triple), Sum­mer Simp­son (walk) and Amanda Simp­son (walk) all dou­bled and Gabby Arienzo, Jay­cie Coates both con­trib­uted sin­gles as part of an 11run seventh in­ning for the Golden Elks (2-7 over­all, 2-5 divi­sion), who re­ceived a win from Sum­mer Simp­son from the cir­cle.

The Mariners fall to 1-7 over­all and 0-7 in the lower divi­sion.

UCBAC Base­ball Bo Manor re­mains un­beaten

Bo­hemia Manor de­feated host Aberdeen 9-7 in Susque­hanna Divi­sion base­ball ac­tion on Wed­nes­day, re­main­ing un­de­feated on the sea­son.

Bryan Bell had two dou­bles and three RBIs, Chase Jus­tice added three hits and two RBIs and Will Lor­man picked up the win, go­ing five in­nings with seven strike­outs from the mound for Bo Manor (9-0 over­all, 6-0 divi­sion).

Josh Heath earned the save, throw­ing the fi­nal two in­nings with five strike­outs.

Sam Smith fin­ished 2-3 with two dou­bles and three RBIs and An­drew Brnd­jar added three hits and an RBI for Aberdeen (3-4, 3-2).

UCBAC Boys’ Lacrosse Pan­thers dom­i­nate Ea­gles

Per­ryville de­feated host Bo­hemia Manor 17-2 in Susque­hanna Divi­sion boys’ lacrosse ac­tion on Wed­nes­day.

Nick Ports led the Pan­thers (3-2 over­all, 1-1 divi­sion) with seven goals and three as­sists. Nick Roberts fol­lowed with four goals and three as­sists, Dal­ton Dun­man recorded a hat trick, Drew Crouse had two goals and two as­sists and Liam John­son added a goal.

Jamie McCrary handed out four as­sists, Matt Woods had two as­sists and Jar­rett Bowman, Travis Re­hbein and Craig Seib­ert each added one in the vic­tory.

Ryan Man­ning and Josh Black­ston each scored for the Ea­gles (0-4, 0-2).

In­di­ans han­dled by Mus­tangs

North East fell to host C.M. Wright 13-2 in Ch­e­sa­peake Divi­sion boys’ lacrosse ac­tion on Wed­nes­day.

Paul Simp­son had a goal and an as­sist for the In­di­ans (2-4 over­all, 0-2 divi­sion), while Tan­ner Moretz scored a goal and Braden Buegel handed out an as­sist. Alex Miller made 10 saves in net.

The Mus­tangs im­prove to 7-0 over­all and 2-0 in the up­per divi­sion.

Tues­day

UCBAC Girls’ Lacrosse Pan­thers down Ea­gles

Per­ryville de­feated host Aberdeen 19-11 in Susque­hanna Div­sion girls’ lacrosse ac­tion on Tues­day.

Tay­lore Poore led the Pan­thers (4-0 over­all, 2-0 divi­sion) with five goals and four as­sists, Syd­nie Bjork had four goals and three as­sists and Bea Mus­cella recorded four goals with one as­sist, while Ally Remisch had a hat trick with an as­sist, Veron­ica DiFuc­cia recorded a goal and an as­sist and both Mad­die Carr and Jor­dan Jus­tice each scored a goal.

Kate Bid­dle handed out three as­sists and Abby Jones made 10 saves for Per­ryville, which led 9-5 at the half.

The Ea­gles fall to 1-6 over­all and 1-2 in the lower divi­sion.

Youth Soc­cer Ce­cil Dy­na­mite suf­fer loss

The Ce­cil Dy­na­mite dropped its spring opener Tues­day, fall­ing to Kirk­wood Academy 5-3.

Au­tumn Wal­ston, Allyson Mik­las (two as­sists) and Paige Racine all recorded goals and Olan­rewuja Famik­inwa added an as­sist for Ce­cil, which re­ceived 12 saves in net by Pey­ton Hill and solid de­fen­sive play from So­phie Cease.

The out­come fol­lowed a sec­ond-place fin­ish in the Ch­e­sa­peake Cup held at Ch­es­land Park on March 26.

In that tour­na­ment, Racine and Mik­las both scored twice, Famik­inwa (as­sist) also scored and Wal­ston added a helper, while Hill recorded five saves and Cease, Tori Pierce, Colleen Nel­son and Amelia Ga­tusso pro­vided strong de­fense as the Dy­na­mite topped Del. Union Or­ange 5-0.

Ce­cil then lost its sec­ond game 5-0 to Old Line FC Red Devils, be­fore fall­ing to Kirk­wood SC Elite 4-3. Is­abella Rit­ten­house, Wal­ston and Mik­las found the net in that game, while Nel­son and Racine both added as­sists and Cease and Hill com­bined to stop seven shots in net.

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