The Mardela softball team had an offensive explosion Thursday as they defeated Wicomico 11-1 in five innings.
Kristina Shank had three hits and Kasey Goshorn drove in three runs for the Warriors (7-2, 6-0).
Sydney Goertzen, Ashlynn White and Megan Roy each had two hits, with one of Roy’s hits being an inside-the-park home run.
Kalie Adkins pitched a two-hitter and had two hits at the plate.
SNOW HILL 10, WASHINGTON 9. Snow Hill’s Teddy Batze had six RBI and three hits, including a grand slam and a double. Derrick Smith had two hits, including a double and earned the win on the mound. Josh Coleman picked up the save for the Eagles.
For Washington, Jimmy Mansfield had three hits including a triple and a double.
CHINCOTEAGUE 13, SALISBURY CHRISTIAN 10. Lexi Evelyn had five RBIs and three hits and Savannah West had three hits for the Jaguars.
JAMES M. BENNETT 17, NORTH CAROLINE 7. For the Clippers, Allie O’Leary had seven goals and two assists, Gabby Hoisington had four goals, Dara Gregory had two goals and two assists, Jane Turner had two goals and an assist, Madeleine Peters had one goal and two assists on Wednesday.
WICOMICO 6, SNOW HILL 1. Shane Ramsey had the lone victory for Snow Hill.
WICOMICO 7, SNOW HILL 0. Wi-Hi got singles wins from Maddi Andrews, Aspen Coady, Sherriah Mills, Savannah Wood and Brittany Handy and a doubles win from Jasmine Bradley.
Track and Field
DECATUR GIRLS, BOYS PLACE FIRST, SNOW HILL PLACES THIRD. The Stephen Decatur boys and girls track teams each finished first in their respective meets held at home Tuesday. The Seahawk boys finished with 151 points, well ahead of second-place Cambridge-South Dorchester, who scored 87. Decatur’s girls team scored 138 to Cambridge’s 97. Snow Hill finished in third with scores of 37 by the girls and 53 by the boys.
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