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Alek Riedel sin­gled up the mid­dle to open the home sec­ond, but was thrown out try­ing to steal sec­ond by Bucs catcher Chaney Skeans. Af­ter Al­bright in­duced a fly out for the sec­ond out, Tull reached base with a bad-hop base hit to left. Weems walked again and both run­ners moved into scor­ing po­si­tion on a passed ball. Cas­sell then hit a slow grounder in be­tween short­stop and third and was able to beat a low throw to first. Both run­ners crossed home to make it 4-0. Farr fol­lowed with an­other line-drive sin­gle to right to plate Cas­sell and end Eas­ton’s scor­ing.

Led­ford al­lowed a sin­gle to Al­bright to open the third but re­tired the next three bat­ters.

Kee­gan Bentz dou­bled down the left-field line to open Eas­ton’s third. He ended up stranded on third as Al­bright re­tired the next three bat­ters.

The Bucs’ lone run came with two outs in the fourth. Ian Schools walked and took third on a line-drive sin­gle to right by Jake Hipps. Tyler Loh lined an­other one that way for an RBI sin­gle.

Led­ford struck out the next bat­ter to leave two stranded. From then on, the right-han­der al­lowed only a sin­gle by Bert Schre­con­gost in the fifth and a walk in the sixth. He re­tired the side in or­der in the sev­enth, with the two strike­outs on just six pitches.

The game was over in 1 hour and 40 min­utes.

“Mason did a nice job,” War­riors head coach Al­bert Pritch­ett said. “I think we had a pretty clean game. I do not re­mem­ber any er­rors. Josh Tull did a great job be­hind the plate de­fen­sively. We got some timely hit­ting. The of­fense, we hit a lot of balls right at peo­ple. So I was very pleased with the hit­ting, we just didn’t have great luck.”

St. Michaels 4, Queen Anne’s 0 CEN­TRE­VILLE — Noah Brack struck out a sea­son-high 13 while hurl­ing his sec­ond com­plete-game shutout of the sea­son to lead the un­beaten Saints.

Brack (5-0) sur­ren­dered just three hits and walked two. He also went 2 for 3 with a dou­ble. Nathan Howeth (2 for 3) scored twice and stole four bases for St. Michaels (13-0, 5-0), Seth Parks (2 for 4 drove in two runs and swiped two bases, and Nick New­nam dou­bled with an RBI. Sts. Peter & Paul 14, Key School 1 EAS­TON — Aubrey Perry pitched a com­plete game, as Saints Peter and Paul rolled in five in­nings.

Perry, who helped his cause with a base hit, threw just 54 pitches. James Hast­ings and Cole Koski each went 3 for 4 with three runs and three RBIs, and Sam Weis­man drove in four runs. Brooks Hoff­man drew three walks, and Con­nor Quade had a base hit.

The Sabres now stand 5-6 over­all, 5-3 in the Mary­land In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion’s C Con­fer­ence.

N. Car­o­line-Colonel Sus­pended RIDGELY — The Bull­dogs opened Mon­day’s game with four runs in the bot­tom of the first, giv­ing right-handed starter Nathan My­ers early breath­ing room against his county ri­val.

Af­ter My­ers pitched three hit­less in­nings, heavy rain caused a 17-minute de­lay, as home-team play­ers and coaches tried to dr y the base paths and home plate area, be­fore play was sus­pended with North Car­o­line lead­ing, 4-1. Gar­rett Nepert dou­bled home Colonel’s first run when play was stopped. The game is sched­uled to re­sume this Fri­day at 4 p.m. with Nepert on sec­ond and one out in the top of the fourth.

North Car­o­line fresh­man J.B. Brown had a dou­ble, sin­gle, and an RBI prior to the game’s sus­pen­sion. Mark Con­ner sin­gled and scored the Bull­dogs’ first run. Joey Bild­stein was 2 for 2 with a dou­ble and an RBI, and Mason Blake and Al­lan Saathoff each scored runs.

Kent Is­land 4, Park­side 3 STEVENSVILLE — The Buc­ca­neers (2-7) got 5 1-3 strong in­nings from se­nior righty Tyler Loh, break­ing a seven-game los­ing streak and hand­ing the Rams (11-1) their first loss of the sea­son on Fri­day af­ter­noon.

Kent Is­land assem­bled a four-run spurt in the bot­tom of the first, eras­ing a 1-0 deficit and tak­ing the lead for good. Yield­ing sin­gle tal­lies in the sec­ond and third as well, the hosts held off no fewer than three bases­loaded ral­lies by the Rams, in­clud­ing one in the top of the sev­enth which re­liever Mike St. Ledger squelched by in­duc­ing a gameend­ing 1-2-3 dou­ble play.

Jake Hipps and Dy­lan Tvelia had the two Buc­ca­neer hits. St. Ledger, who threw three pitches, got the save. Park­side’s Grant Burleson took the loss.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE Kent Is­land 14, Eas­ton 8 EAS­TON — Nina Ci­fo­lilli and Kelly Poole each notched hat tricks Mon­day, as Kent Is­land High’s girls’ lacrosse team ex­tended its win­ning streak to six straight.

Blair Goodrich net­ted four goals and one as­sist as the Buc­ca­neers im­proved to 7-3 over­all, 2-1 North Bay­side. Al­ley Heath had a pair of goals for Kent Is­land and Cas­sidy Creighton scored once. Goalie Kyleigh Hes­sian fin­ished with seven saves.

El­iz­a­beth Con­nelly had a hat trick for Eas­ton and El­lie Roser scored two goals. Lexi McDaniel, Ta­tum Crouch and Emma Skoglund each scored once for the War­riors, who were led de­fen­sively by Molly Oer­tel. Fol­low me on Twit­ter @csknauss / email me at ck­nauss@star­dem.com


Ch­e­sa­peake’s Kristina Shank (Mardela) blasts an RBI dou­ble to right against Delaware Tech last Fri­day.

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