Varsity roundup: Bel Air tops Towson in softball, 2-0

Rayn Gibson pitched seven innings, walked one and struck out 12 in a no-hitter as Bel Air beat host Towson, 2-0, in softball Tuesday.

Offensively, Gibson had a single and an RBI triple. The Bobcats scored in the first and fifth innings.


No. 1 Calvert Hall 9, McDonogh 4: Winner Nick Delp worked six innings, gave up three runs on six hits and struck out nine as the host Cardinals (14-3, 7-2 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) beat the Eagles (1-10, 1-9).

No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 10, The Heights 0: Winner Matt Binder worked three innings, gave up two hits and struck out four as host Archbishop Spalding (16-3) beat the Heights.

No. 8 Atholton 3, No. 3 Reservoir 2: The Raiders (9-0) turned a slick double play to end the top of the seventh, then scored the winning run on a walk-off, one-out single by Dan McCann in the bottom of the inning.

—Andrew Conrad

Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 5 Archbishop Curley 4, Loyola 2: Christian Hamel went 2-for-3 with a double, home run and three RBIs as the host Friars (12-6, 8-2 MIAA A Conference) beat the Dons (7-9, 2-5).

Boys lacrosse

No. 2 Gilman 12, Severn 8: The host Greyhounds (8-4, 4-1 MIAA A Conference) outscored the Admirals (7-8, 1-4) 3-1 in the first two quarters to win.

Andy Matthews had three goals and three assists for Gilman.

No. 7 Loyola 9, Mount St. Joseph 7: The host Dons (7-5, 3-2 MIAA A Conference) scored the first two goals in the first three quarters to stay ahead of the Gaels (7-4, 1-3).

Colin Lopez gave Loyola a 2-0 lead. He scored the first goal off a feed from Ryan Conrad with 8:59 left in the first quarter and added the second, a putback in front of the goal, with 7:49 left.


No. 5 Mount Hebron 18, Howard 9: Chachi Kelehan scored five goals to power the Vikings (10-1) past the Lions (2-7).

No. 13 Century 22, North Carroll 14: The host Knights (7-2) built a 13-5 halftime lead and beat the Panthers (6-2).

Good Counsel 19, No. 15 St. Mary's 13: Tara Siefert had a game-high four goals, but the host Saints (5-7) fell to the Falcons.

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