The No. 19 Bel Air Bobcats made quick work of the Elkton Golden Elks, Thursday, rolling up seven runs in three innings and coasting to a 7-2 win.

Bel Air wasted no time putting runs on the visitor side of the book, bringing in three runs in the first inning and adding four more runs in the third for its seven-run total, doing so one eight hits and capitalizing on two Elkton errors.

Matt Swetizer and Derek Spanellis sparked the Bel Air offense in the first and third innings, with Swetizer lacing two doubles and Spanellis roping a triple in the Bobcat scoring innings.

Zack Stout continued his terrific pitching of 2011, throwing the complete game with a no-hitter through the first four innings and allowing just four hits in the final three.  Stout struck-out four batters and allowed just two runs.

Elkton posted one-run innings in the sixth and seventh inning, but were turned down by the Cats before a full comeback could be formed, though Nabb would rocket a triple in his attempts.

The Bobcats will next see No. 9 C. Milton Wright, Monday, as Elkton prepared for Harford Tech, Friday.

No. 19 Bel Air 7, Elkton 2

Bel Air 7 – 3 0 4 0 0 0 0  (7 8 1)
Elkton 2 –  0 0 0 0 0 1 1   (2 4 2)