Panthers win Susquehanna Division crown
Perryville defeated visiting Edgewood 17-7 in Susquehanna Division girls’ lacrosse action on Friday to win the Susquehanna Division crown.
Taylore Poore paced the Panthers (8-1 overall, 4-0 division) with three goals and five assists, Bea Muscella had four goals and Sydnie Bjork added three goals and an assist. Maddie Carr also recorded a hat trick and an assist, Jordan Justice scored twice and Ally Remesch and Veronica DiFuccia each added a goal and an assist.
Goalies Abby Jones and Cali Tyson made four and three saves, respectively, for Perryville.
The Rams fall to 4-4 overall and 4-2 in the lower division.
Elks down Eagles
Elkton defeated host Bohemia Manor 17-4 in Susquehanna Division girls’ lacrosse action on Friday.
Maura Muldoon led the Golden Elks (5-6 overall, 4-4 division) with four goals and two assists, Erin DePaul had a hat trick with two assists and Angel Lowe recorded three goals and an assist, while Kristina Keithley scored twice, Savelle Brown had a goal and two assists and Maria Giafes, Julia Matsen, Anna Wolf and Serafina DeJesus all scored once.
The Eagles fall to 0-9 overall and 0-6 in the lower division.
Indians dominate Eagles
North East defeated host Aberdeen 16-4 in Susquehanna Division girls’ lacrosse action on Friday.
The Indians improve to 8-5 overall and 4-3 in the lower division.
The Eagles fall to 1-10 overall and 1-6 in the Susquehanna.
UCBAC Boys’ Lacrosse Panthers pounce Rams North East All-County softball pitcher Olivia Martin, center, signs her letter of intent to continue her career at Morvavian College. Pictured from left to right: North East coaches Laurie Flaugher and Kim Evans, Martin’s travel ball coach Mike O’Neill, Martin’s mother Sharon McCracken, Martin’s father Ted McCracken and Martin’s travel ball coach DJ VanReenen.
Perryville defeated host Edgewood 17-8 in Susquehanna Division boys’ lacrosse action on Friday.
Nick Roberts amassed 11 points, consisting of nine goals and two assists, Nick Ports recorded two goals and two assists and Dalton Dunman had a goal and three assists, while Drew Crouse and Matt Woods recorded a goal and an assist apiece.
Jarrett Bowman, Dom Muscella and Rodney Co-
lenda added a goal apiece, whileMatt Mannone stopped nine shots in goal and Vinny Gugliotta made one save for the Panthers (7-4 overall, 4-3 division).
The Rams fall to 0-10 overall and 0-7 in the lower division.
UCBAC Softball Panthers win big
Perryville defeated host Bel Air 10-0 in five innings in Chesapeake Division softball action on Friday.
Mara Little drove in two runs on two hits, including a double, and scored twice, while Kaitlyn Griffin (two runs), Nicole DiGambattista (run), Lydia Hill (run) and Emily Phillips (run) all contributed one RBI each for the Panthers (15-0 overall, 12-0 division.
Little threw a complete game from the circle, allowing two hits and two walks, while striking out two to pick up the victory.
Gwen Markowski took the loss for the Bobcats (5-9, 3-9).
Elks sink Mariners
Elkton defeated visiting Joppatowne 23-1 in five innings in Susquehanna Division softball action on Friday.
Haley Grant hit for the cycle and finished with seven RBI to lead the Golden Elks (4-12 overall, 4-10 division), who received three hits from Gabby Arienzo and two hits each from Summer Simpson, Maggie Buddle and Laquia Turner.
Alexis Crouse doubled and singled and Cierra Young also recorded a hit for Elkton, which received a victory from the circle from Biddle, who gave up one hit, walked one and struck out five in a complete game.
The Mariners fall to 1-14 overall and 0-14 in the lower division.
Indians finish undefeated in lower division
North East defeated visiting Edgwood 13-1 on Friday, ending the season unbeaten in Susquehanna Division play.
Kaitlyn Stewart went 3-4 with a pair of triples, three RBIs and three runs scored, Jess Choplinsky ended 3-3 with three-run home run, a triple and three runs scored and Kasey Barrow finished with two hits and an RBI for the Indians (14-2 overall, 14-0 division), who received two RBIs from Rachel Ward (run), an RBI and a run from Ashley Potts and a single from Emily Jones.
Paige Yedinak and Morgan Sargent both scored for North East, which received a victory from the circle from Olivia Martin, who allowed four hits and struck out four in a complete-game effort.
UCBAC Boys’ Lacrosse Tigers roll Mariners
Rising Sun defeated host Joppatowne 17-3 in Susquehanna Division boys’ lacrosse action on Thursday.
Stephen Szkalak and Wyatt Griffith each recorded hat tricks, Brad Alexander, Connor Burkhardt, Austin Philistine and Phil Hurm scored two goals apiece and Joe Jones added one for the Tigers (10-2 overall, 6-1 division).
The Mariners fall to 3-6 overall and 2-5 in the lower division.