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Digest: McDonogh girls lacrosse earn 135th straight victory

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Even in a different state, McDonogh girls lacrosse continues to assert its dominance.

Maryland incoming freshman Brindi Griffin scored six of her game-high seven goals during a first-half run and the top-ranked McDonogh girls lacrosse team (2-0) earned its 135th straight victory, 21-4, over host Ponte Vedra (Fla.) on Friday. The Sharks fell to 10-3.

Women's college: Nicole Lantuh and Molly Morris each scored three goals, but host Niagara (3-4) earned a 12-11 win over Mount St. Mary's (1-6). … Kylie Drexel and Michaela Michael scored four goals apiece to lift No. 11 Southern California (6-0, 1-0 Pac 12 Conference) to a 15-2 win over host California (2-4, 0-1) … Nicole Troost scored five goals to lead No. 20 Massachusetts (6-1) to a 15-5 win over host Michigan (4-5).

Men's college: Stephen Banick scored three goals to lead host Stevenson to a 7-4 victory over No. 5 Cabrini in the Mustang Classic on Friday night. … Jules Heningburg had three goals and three assists and nine players scored for No. 19 Rutgers as the Scarlet Knight (6-2) completed a 16-3 rout of visiting New Jersey Institute of Technology (0-9).

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Md. natives lead at junior figure skating worlds

The brother and sister team of Michael and Rachel Parsons, and their training mates at the Wheaton Ice Skating Academy in Rockville and Wheaton, Lorraine McNamara and Quinn Carpenter, were leading the field after Thursday's short dance at the World Junior Figure Skating Championships in Debrecen, Hungary. The siblings were in first place with a score of 67.88, 1.63 points ahead of second-place McNamara and Carpenter. Both pairs qualified to compete in the free dance today at approximately 1:30 p.m., and the final standings will be determined by adding the total scores of both events.

Redskins: Washington free agent running back Alfred Morris has a visit scheduled with the Dallas Cowboys for Monday, a person with knowledge of the situation said. C.J. Anderson

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College wrestling: Navy senior Mathew Miller (John Carroll) pinned Penn's Lorenzo Thomas in the first period of a fourth-round 184-pound consolation ladder match to earn All-America honors at the NCAA championships in New York. Midshipmen sophomore Jadaen Bernstein medically forfeited his fourth-round match of the 174-pound consolation ladder against Virginia Tech's Zach Epperly and finished 12th. … Maryland redshirt senior Geoffrey Alexander lost to North Carolina State's Jamal Morris in sudden victory, 10-8, in the second round of the 133-pound consolation ladder.

Swimming and diving: MIT sophomore Douglas Kogut (Glen Burnie) won the 200-fly national title with a time of 1 minute, 47.28 seconds for All-America honors Friday night at the NCAA Division III championship.

Boxing: Gary Russell of Capitol Heights lost a 3-0 decision to Luis Martin Arcon Diaz of Venezuela in the 141-pound bout at the Americas Qualifier in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Thursday night, missing a chance to clinch an Olympic berth. Russell, who beat Carlos Daniel Tobar Romero of Guatemala by walkover in a third-place bout Friday, will have two more opportunities to qualify for the Games in June.

Horse racing: Sonny Inspired and Gursky will be joined by five others — Arrogant Officer, Jack's in the Deck, DC Dancer, Any Court Inastorm and Final Prospect — in today's $75,000 Ben's Cat Stakes, a six-furlong race at Laurel Park. … The Harrison E. Johnson Memorial, which was scheduled for today, failed to fill. The race could be rescheduled.

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