Kelly Lynch followed up Thursday's one-hitter with a no-hitter Friday.
The right-handed starter walked four and struck out six as the visiting No. 6 Seton Keough softball team shut out No. 9 Archbishop Spalding, 10-0.
The Gators (2-0, 2-0 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) beat John Carroll, 15-0, on Thursday. The Cavaliers fell to 1-1, 1-1.
"[Lynch] wasn't hitting her spots as much today with the four walks, but she's a good pitcher," coach Chuck Snee said.
No. 1 Eastern Tech 10, Hereford 0: Winning pitcher Jordan Cargile worked six innings and gave up four hits, and the host Mavericks (5-0) scored four runs in the first inning over the Bulls (1-2).
No. 4 Northeast 6, Chesapeake-AA 4: Winner Brooke Steinbach pitched a complete game and struck out nine as the Eagles (3-0) beat the host Cougars (1-2).
Broadneck 9, No. 11 South River 8: Jack Beleden drew a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the seventh, scoring Luke Tutle with the game-winning run as the host Bruins (3-1) upset the Seahawks (1-3).
Broadneck led 4-3 going into the seventh inning, in which both teams scored four runs.
Annapolis Area Christian School 7, Salisbury Christian 1: Starter Casey Gast and reliever Steven O'Ferrall pitched a combined no-hitter for the visiting Eagles (3-3).
The Jaguars scored a run in the third inning on an error.
Georgetown Prep 10, No. 3 Gilman 7: Charles Honing had a goal and five assists as the host Little Hoyas (5-0) handed the Greyhounds (2-2) their second straight loss.
Georgetown Prep took a 6-4 lead at the break. Andrew Gemma and Tyler Ruhl each had two goals for Gilman.
No. 5 Calvert Hall 13, Conestoga (Pa.) 8: Jack Kinnear scored a career-best six goals and added two assists to lead the host Cardinals (7-1) past the Pioneers (2-1).
Jason Brown and Timmy Kelly scored two goals each and combined for six assists for Calvert Hall. Jake Scott paced Conestoga with three goals.
Calvert Hall led 6-1 after the first quarter and was never seriously threatened the rest of the way. Goalie Joe McSorley got nine saves in the victory.
—Nelson Coffin, Baltimore Sun Media Group
No. 2 Marriotts Ridge 19, River Hill 5: Taylor Hensh scored six goals and Marissa Davey added five to power the visiting Mustangs (2-0) past the Hawks (2-1).
No. 4 St. Paul's 14, St. Mary's 7: Julia Greg and Rachel Yaffel each had a hat trick to power the host Gators (2-1, 2-1 IAAM AConference) past the Saints (3-1, 3-1).
No. 7 Mount Hebron 10, Glenelg 8: Jen Giles had four goals to lead the visiting Vikings (3-0) past the Gladiators (2-1).
No. 12 Archbishop Spalding 17, Garrison Forest 9: Emily Cooper scored six goals to power the visiting Cavaliers (5-3, 2-2 IAAM AConference) past the Grizzlies (0-4, 0-4).
No. 13 Roland Park 12, Mount de Sales 11, OT: Francesca Whitehurst scored her sixth goal, the game-winner, with two minutes left in second period of overtime as the visiting Reds (4-0, 3-0 IAAM AConference) survived the Sailors (0-4, 0-4).
No. 14 Broadneck 18, Northeast 5: Ellie McNulty had two goals and three assists to lead the host Bruins (2-0) past the Eagles (0-1).
No. 15 South River 13, Arundel 5: Caitlin Blanche had four goals and Courtney Fegan had three goals to lead the visiting Seahawks (1-1) past the Wildcats (0-1).