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No. 11 C.M. Wright tops Broadneck in softball

After losing by a run to Glen Burnie on Wednesday, No. 11 C. Milton Wright's softball team bounced back with a 14-hit performance to upset host and No. 6 Broadneck, 6-3, Thursday.

The Mustangs (1-1) lost their season opener, 2-1, to the unranked Gophers.

Winner Brittany Stein gave up five hits in five innings. C. Milton Wright scored in each of the first four innings. Caroline Weimer hit an RBI double and scored a run in the first inning. The Mustangs' defense limited Broadneck to one run in the sixth before the Bruins finished with a two-run rally in the seventh. Kayleigh Allender and Holly Rutowski each hit two doubles for the Mustangs.

Annapolis Area Christian School 20, Maryvale 0:Right-hander Haley Keppel worked five innings, walked one and struck out 11 to earn her first no-hitter of the season for the host Eagles (2-1).

After taking a 1-0 lead in the first inning, AACS scored six or more runs in the next three innings.

Reservoir 11, Centennial 3: Right-hander Rachel Brown worked seven innings for the Gators (1-0), earning the win.

Long Reach 13, Oakland Mills 7: Jess Dubbs struck out two and had three hits to power the host Lightning (1-0) past the Scorpions (0-1).

Baseball

No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 13, St.Paul's 3: The visiting Cavaliers (3-2) bounced back from Wednesday's loss to Riverdale Baptist by beating the Crusaders in six innings.

Alex Barclay (2-for-3) had a double and a home run to lead the Spalding offense.

Archbishop Curley 12, McDonogh 8: Mitchell Sutton (3-for-4) had homers in the second and sixth innings to power the host Friars (3-1) past the Eagles.

Mount Carmel 6, Park 1: Winner Alex Hansford pitched six scoreless innings, gave up two hits and struck out eight for the host Cougars (3-2).

Kenwood 8, Sparrows Point 5: Anthony Pelekakis (2-for-4) hit a two-run homer in the fifth for the visiting Bluebirds (1-0). The Pointers fell to 0-1.

Patterson Mill 13, Perry Hall 2: Griffin Marge (2-for-4) had a homer and the visiting Huskies (1-0) drove in nine runs in the second inning to beat the Gators (0-1).

Boys lacrosse

Poly 16, Dunbar 4: Gerod Wilson scored seven goals to power the host Engineers (1-0) past the Poets (0-1).

Northwestern 21, Forest Park 1: Keir Johnson had a game-high seven goals to lead the visiting Wildcats (1-0) past the Foresters (0-1).

Girls lacrosse

Edgewood 17, Hammond 8: Kara Andrews scored a game-high five goals for the host Rams (1-0).

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