BERLIN — Cassidy Stubbs (three hits, three RBIs) and Megan Stubbs (two hits) each blasted solo home runs, and Jen Larrimore tossed a complete-game four-hitter, striking out a season-high 12, as the Colonels improved to 6-0 with a 12-1 victory at Stephen Decatur Monday, April 1.
Larrimore (4-0) allowed one earned run, walked three, and added a double and two RBIs. Grace Buchanan and Alexis Bates each had two hits for Colonel Richardson, and Marissa Hyland smacked a two-run single as part of a six-run fifth inning that busted the game open for Colonel.
Easton 5, Mount de Sales 3
EASTON — Kate Chapple (2-1) pitched two innings of scoreless relief, striking out one, walking none, as Easton rallied for its fourth straight win.
Hannah Rector had three hits, including a double, for the Warriors (4-1). Olivia Ball doubled and knocked in a run, and Jess Millard drove in a pair of runs for Easton.
Cambridge-SD 14, Kent County 0
WORTON — Madison Pleasants fired a two-hit shutout, fanning 11, as the Vikings improved to 3-2 with their second consecutive shutout.
Pleasants went 2 for 2 with a triple, and Adrienne Kane and Ariah Matos each went 2 for 3 for Cambridge-South Dorchester.
St. Michaels 7, North Dorchester 5
ST. MICHAELS — Leeloo Harrington (2-0) allowed three runs, give hits, no walks and struck out seven over 4⅓ innings to pace the Saints.
Haley Sadler earned the save with 2⅔ innings or relief, yielding two runs, four hits, three walks and striking out five.
Hannah Seek (1 for 3) drove in a pair of runs for St. Michaels (4-1), and Jozie Wilson (2 for 2) and Kristin Lednum (2 for 4) each had one RBI.
St. Michaels 9, N. Dorchester 5
ST. MICHAELS — Nick Newnam (2 for 2) tripled, doubled, knocked in a pair of runs, scored three times, and was twice hit by pitches, as the Saints remained unbeaten.
Owen Baum (1-0) pitched 3⅔ innings of three-hit relief to earn the win, allowing one earned run, walking four and striking out one.
Ryan Smith (2 for 2) doubled, drove in a run, scored three times and walked for St. Michaels (5-0), and Nolan Sawatsky (1 for 2) had two RBIs and two stolen bases.
Sts. Peter & Paul 16, St. John’s 5
EASTON — Cory Morgan scored five goals and Aidan Ryan and Kyler Krewson each netted hat tricks as the Sabres rolled.
Saints Peter and Paul’s Cole Messick won 78 percent of the draws in the faceoff circle.
Easton 11, Howard 8
EASTON — Anna Roser finished with four goals, two assists and six draw controls, and the Warriors limited Howard to just one goal after halftime en route to evening their record at 1-1.
Lily Osborne had a hat trick, two assists and two draw controls for Easton. Myia Jeter picked up a goal and set up two more, and Macy Schmidt, Kathleen Crouch and Elizabeth Connelly had one goal apiece. Cat Christian, had three draw controls and teamed with Jeter, Abi Detrich, Emily Strother, Isabelle VanEmburgh and goalie Emily Griffith (seven saves) to hold Howard to just one second-half goal.
Sts. Peter & Paul 16, Salisbury School 11
EASTON — Darby Thomas scored four goals, Caroline Talucci (two assists) and Sarah Bradley (12 draw controls) notched hat tricks, and the Sabres snapped a two-game skid and improved to 2-5 overall and 2-0 in the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference.
Caroline McKelvy (two assists, four draws) and Karis Ward added two goals apiece, while Daria Wilson and Ellie Kreiser (first varsity goal) each scored once. Helena Covey chipped in an assist and three draw controls. Annaliese Tuttle made 10 saves for the Sabres.
Paulina Hammond led the Dragons (1-4, 0-2) with four goals, and Arden Rinnier added a hat trick. Rhona Lynch, Kayden Arendall, Elizabeth Smith and Elsa Quillin netted a goal each.
Sts. Peter & Plays at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Gunston.