The top-ranked Boys' Latin lacrosse team beat St. Mary's on the road, 17-9, Tuesday, keeping its perfect season and No. 1 ranking intact.
The Lakers (12-0, 3-0) were led by Colin Heacock's five-goal performance. Shack Stanwick contributed a goal and three assists.
Boys' Latin dominated throughout, leading 9-2 at halftime.
The No. 7 Saints (6-4, 1-2) were led by Cole Robertson's three goals.
No. 2 Calvert Hall 9, No. 9 Archbishop Spalding 8, OT: Tim Kelly had two goals and three assists to lead the visiting Cardinals (7-2) over the Cavaliers (10-3).
Will Hirschmann had a goal and two assists for Spalding.
No. 4 McDonogh 7, Mount St. Joseph 3: Bobby Austin had two goals and an assist as the host Eagles (8-3, 2-1) beat the Gaels.
Nick Doyle had four saves for McDonogh. Johnny Norton provided all three goals for Mount St. Joseph.
No. 5 Gilman 12, No. 14 Severn 7: Max Greene had five goals as the Greyhounds topped the Admirals at home. Gilman (8-1) also got three goals and two assists from Tyler Ruhl.
The game was tied at halftime, but Severn (9-4) lacked the depth to compete with the Greyhounds for the entire game.
No. 1 McDonogh 20, Roland Park 7: Megan Whittle had four goals and an assist as the Eagles (14-0) routed the Reds. Casey Black had five assists for McDonogh.
No. 3 Century 24, Francis Scott Key 8: The Knights (8-1) easily dispatched the Eagles thanks to a strong day from the Remenapp sisters.
On attack, Abbey had a goal and three assists, while Allison had five saves in goal. Haley Bordner had five goals and four assists for Century.
No. 4 Maryvale 16, St. Mary's 7: The Lions beat the Saints at home behind six goals from Miranda Ibello.
Caroline Federico had 15 saves as Maryvale improved to 9-1.
No. 7 St. Paul's 16, No. 10 Mount de Sales 13: The Gators (7-3) led 8-4 at halftime.
Gabby Cha had five goals for Mount de Sales.
Amanda Ignacio added four.
Atholton 5, No. 3 Oakland Mills 1: Joe Bentz went 3-3 with two runs and two stolen bases as the Raiders handed the Scorpions their first loss of the season.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun