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.
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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.
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).Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun