Varsity roundup: Back-to-back softball shutouts for Gophers' Moos

Ali Moos has thrown back-to-back shutouts for the No. 10 Glen Burnie softball team.

On Thursday, she threw a four-hitter, and on Friday, she no-hit host North County in a 5-0 victory.

The Gophers (11-5) beat Chesapeake-AA, 4-0, on Thursday.

On Friday, Moos, who threw 119pitches, struck out 13 but walked two. She went 1-for-3 with two runs scored and a double, one of three extra-base hits by Glen Burnie. The Knights dropped to 4-10.

No. 9 C. Milton Wright 9, Catonsville 0: Kyralee Comeaux struck out eight in her first varsity win, a one-hit shutout, as the host Mustangs (15-4) beat the Comets (1-8).

Caroline Weimer (2-for-4) hit two doubles, scored three runs and had three RBIs to lead the C.M. Wright offense.

No. 8 Northeast 6, Chesapeake-AA 5: The visiting Eagles (17-2) were losing 4-2 before scoring four runs in the top of the sixth and holding the Cougars (11-7) to one more run in the bottom of the sixth.

Winning pitcher Brooke Steinbach worked seven innings and struck out six. Northeast's Coral Dittmar and Chesapeake-AA's Deja Sutton each had a double, the only extra-base hits of the game.


Glenelg Country School 3, Friends 0: Jake Figueroa threw a four-hit shutout as the host Dragons (16-2, 13-2 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference) defeated the Quakers (5-12, 3-10).

Miguel Flores and Jack Dougherty had two hits and a run scored, and Colby Manekin and Matt Sheehan each added a hit and an RBI to lead the Glenelg Country School offense.

No. 7 South River 5, No. 10 Broadneck 0: The visiting Seahawks (14-5) won all three games this week, giving up only one run while scoring 16.  They also had back-to-back shutouts on consecutive days and committed only three errors over that span.

No. 5 Loyola 8, No. 12 Archbishop Spalding 1: Winning pitcher Bruce Zimmerman pitched seven innings and held the Cavaliers (12-13, 8-7 MIAA AConference) to five hits.

The Dons (20-9, 9-5) scored three runs in the fifth inning to take a 3-1 lead.

No. 9 Atholton 10, Howard 2: The roller coaster that is the race for the 2013 Howard County baseball title continues to deliver thrills.

On Friday, Hammond (10-6) knocked off visiting Oakland Mills (11-4), 5-1, while the Raiders (12-3) took care of the Lions (8-8), 10-2, to claim sole possession of first place in the league standings with only two games left to play.

Andrew Conrad

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Boys lacrosse

No. 10 Westminster 18, North Carroll 8: The visiting Owls (14-0) trailed by one goal at halftime before outscoring the Panthers (11-3) 7-0 in the third quarter.

Hunter Davis scored four goals for Westminster.

No. 15 Glenelg 15, Oakland Mills 2: Nick Forrest had seven points (five goals, two assists) to lead the Gladiators (12-2) past the host Scorpions.

Cristo Rey Jesuit 9, Mount Carmel 8, OT: Tyrell Womack scored the game-winner with 1:43 left in overtime as the visiting Hornets (1-9) claimed their first program victory in 51 tries.

Neither team led by more than one goal the entire game. Winfield Hopkins scored his second goal with 1:40 left in regulation to tie the score at 8 and force overtime.

Girls lacrosse

No. 11 Broadneck 21, Glen Burnie 2: Michelle Meyer and Zoe Earnest had four points apiece (two goals, two assists) to power the host Bruins (11-3) past the Gophers (0-7).

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