Panthers’ winning streak reaches 10
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.
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.