Stephen Pelli tossed 62/3 innings of no-hit ball and allowed the Gaels only hit with two outs in the seventh, walked three and struck out 16 and Colin Taeschner had a hit and two RBIs as St. Mary's blanked Mount St. Joseph, 4-0, in MIAA A Conference baseball action on Monday.
Clay Wargo and Nick Hopkins each had two hits and Nick Quinn and Jacob Way had an RBI apiece. Chase Hilliard also had a base hit for St. Mary's, now 13-5 on the year and in fifth place in the conference with a 5-3 mark.
LOYOLA 8, SPALDING 5: Alex Green singled and had two RBIs while Peter Godrick had a double and an RBI, but it wasn't enough as the Dons scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to defeat the Cavaliers. Matt Palumbo tripled and singled, while Evan Fochtman also roped a triple and Nick Benitez and Justin Pelletreau each collected an RBI for Spalding.
WP: Glock; LP: Sherman. 2B: AS - Godrick; LOY - Holcomb. 3B: AS - Palumbo, Fochtman; LOY - Spalt. HR: LOY - Holcomb. RBI: AS - Green 2, Godrick, Benitez, Pelletreau; LOY - Holcomb 3, Glock.
PARK 17, AACS 14: Amanda Wadsworth had five goals and two assists and Abby Boyer added four goals, but the Eagles' comeback fell short in the loss to the Bruins. Maggie Anderson and Madi DiAngelo each had a pair of goals and Mackenzee Neiswender had a goal, while Nicole Lynskey contributed an assist and Kaleigh Kotula made 10 saves for AACS, which has dropped two straight.
GOALS: PA - Boston 4, Pais 3, Lowe 2, Gehth 2, Wolf 2, Davidson, Goles, Mann, Willis; AA - Wadsworth 5, Boyer 4, Anderson 2, DiAngelo 2, Neiswender. ASSISTS: PA - Pais, Lowe, Cunningham; AA - Wadsworth 2, Lynskey. SAVES: PA - Haskins 16; AA - Kotula 10. SHOTS: PA - 30; AA - 39. DRAWS: PA - 18; AA - 15; GROUND BALLS: PA - 22; AA - 24.
Track and Field
INTER-COUNTY MEET: Kirstin Nichols of Arundel took first in the 800- and 3,200-meter runs and Abilgail Barnett won the 1,600 run, while Elina Baltins (high jump), Saheli Patel (pole vault), Kalia Harris (triple jump) Sabrina Doherty (discus) and Jasmine Facey (shot put) each placed first in their respective events to lead the Wildcats girls to victory with 2511/2 points.
Chyann Smith of Meade was a multiple winner, crossing first in the 100 hurdles and 100 dash, while the 1,600 and 3,200 relays were also victorious as the Mustangs girls placed second. Bukhari Abdus-Salaam won the 3,200 run, Hakim Hayes placed first in the high jump and Cameron Smith topped the field in the triple jump to lead the Meade boys to first place with 141 points.
Zorian Wiley broke the tape first in the 100 and 200 dashes and Jacon Molina won the 1,600 run as the Arundel boys took second with 136 points, five less the the Winning Mustangs.
The Glen Burnie boys, behind James Waller's wins in the 110 and 300 hurdles, took third with 107 points. Austin Cole (400 dash) and Aaron Watson (long jump), along with the 1,600 relay team, were also winners for the Gophers. Rhoda Alaban-Tafon won the 200 and 400 dashes and the 800 relay team was victorious as the Glen Burnie girls took fourth with 76 points, one point behind Old Mill's 77 points.
North County finished fourth on the boys side with 76 points and sixth in girls with 55 points. Paul Alfaro won the 800 run and Cahse Stull won the pole vault, while Ayanna Johnson finished first in the 300 hurdles and Araloluwa Adekunjo won the long jump for the Knights.
John Giavingo won the shot put and the Annapolis boys 400 and 800 relays also took first as the Panthers finished in fifth with 75 points, while the girls 400 relay won the event to help the Panthers girls to a fifth-place finish with 661/2 points.
Aaron Dawson of Old Mill was the Patriots only winner, tossing the discus the farthest, leading his team to a sixth-place finish with 67 points. The Chesapeake Science Point teams both finished in seventh, with the boys accumulating 28 points and the girls 13.