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Howard County varsity roundup, April 20

A roundup of varsity action in Howard County on Friday, April 20.
A roundup of varsity action in Howard County on Friday, April 20. (Jen Rynda / BSMG)

HOWARD COUNTY, MD — Here's a roundup of the varsity action around Howard County on Friday, April 20.

BOYS LACROSSE:

Marriotts Ridge (2-2 Howard County, 8-2 overall) — 8, Centennial (4-1, 7-2) — 7

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Wilde Lake (1-2, 2-4) — 16, Hammond (0-3, 1-7) — 3

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River Hill (4-2, 6-5) — 10, Atholton (3-3, 4-5) — 8

Goals: RH — Brendan McKenna 4, Ryan Henry 2, Shane DeLore, Brett Shaw, Tyler Hopkins, Josh Weingrad; A — Tristan Rhodovi 3, Jake Peretti 2, Kennan Long, Jay Clute, Max Xuan

Assists: RH — McKenna, DeLore; A — Nolan Krasnick 2, Peretti, Long

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Saves: RH — Kevin Hickey 15; A — Ben Dotson 5

Halftime: 5-4, River Hill

Mt. Hebron (2-3, 4-6) — 20, Reservoir (1-5, 2-6) — 5

Goals: MH — Garrett Snyder 5, Nick Nordhausen 4, Mateo Brown 3, Joey Schwartz 2, Simon Perna 2, Jamison Hulbert, Danny Herlihy, Brenden Demek, Kevin Pak; Re — Talon Campbell 2, Max Reed, Nate Allen, Alex Barila

Assists: MH — Snyder 3, Perna 2, Brown, Herlihy, Nordhausen; Re — Ahn

Saves: MH — Cody Stockenberg 10, Jonny McKay 3; Re — Phil Sommerkamp 5

Halftime: 14-2, Mt. Hebron

Chapelgate (3-4 MIAA C, 6-4) — 9, Mt. Carmel — 4

Goals: CCA — Mark Rolewicz 4, Eric Yang 3, Matt Cavrak, Garrett Hunt

Assists: CCA — Rolewicz 2, Cavrak 2

Glenelg Country (2-5, 3-7) — 11, Gerstell Academy — 10

Goals: GCS — Cameron Martin 3, Mikey Welsh 3, Riley Martin 2, Connor Malone 2, Grant Bannister

Assists: GCS — Bannister 3, C. Martin 2, Welsh, Malone

Saves: GCS — Brayden Franey 18

Halftime: 7-5, Glenelg Country

GIRLS LACROSSE:

Hammond (1-2 county, 4-5 overall) — 21, Wilde Lake (0-3, 0-8) — 11

Centennial (2-2, 3-5) — 14, Reservoir (2-4, 2-6) — 6

Goals: C — Marissa Lagera 4, Claudia Pilcher 4, Ashley Florenzo 2, Carolina Pelligrini 2, Kelly Peterson, Olivia Weakland; Re — Sarah Nam 4, Savannah Hill, Elena Martino

Assists: C — Marissa Lagera, Claudia Pilcher; Re — Elena Martino, Sophia Valentino,

Saves: C — Sarah Thorman 8; Re — Calleigh Sullivan 3.

Halftime: 11-1, Centennial

River Hill (4-2, 4-6) — 9, Atholton (2-4, 2-7) — 8

Goals: RH — Gaby Hamburger 6, Gracie Seybold 2, Lexi Thielemann; A — Olivia Chory 2, Ella Farris 2, Molly Flynn, Christianna Kelley, Taylor McManus, Madison Park.

Assists: RH — Gaby Hamburger, Lindsey Miller; A — Ella Farris 2, Taylor McManus.

Saves: RH — Rosh Patel 5, Jules Grasso 4; A — Maddy Eaton 10.

Halftime: 4-4

John Carroll — 15, Glenelg Country (6-2 IAAM A Conference, 7-3) — 10

Goals: GCS — Alli Bateman 4, Lindsey Marshall 3, Hannah Glaros 2, Shay Ahearn.

Assists: GCS — Shay Ahearn, Celia Pell.

Saves: GCS — Avery Dyer 6.

Halftime: 7-6, John Carroll

BASEBALL:

Marriotts Ridge (9-2 10-2) — 5, River Hill (6-5, 7-5) — 2

Reservoir (9-2, 10-2) — 11, Atholton (5-6, 5-7) — 1 (F/5)

……….123 456 7 R-H-E

A .…... 100 00x x 1-3-2

Re ….. 604 01x x 11-9-0

Reservoir moved into a tie for first place in the county standings with a run-rule victory over Glenelg. Trevor Romaine pitched all five innings, giving up three hits and recording eight strikeouts. Offensively, every player who had an at-bat reached base.

Mt. Hebron (9-2, 9-2) — 11, Hammond (1-10, 1-12) — 1 (F/5)

……….123 456 7 R-H-E

Ha .…. 100 00x x 1-2-2

MH …. 015 41x x 11-11-0

Mt. Hebron moved into a tie for first place in the county standings with a blowout win against Hammond. Noah D'Alonzo pitched a complete game, giving up two hits and striking out 11. Dylan Holzman had three hits and two RBIs, while Lake Lloyd had two hits and drove in three runs. Tommy Fitzpatrick and Timmy VanNetta had two RBIs apiece.

Glenelg (5-6, 7-7) — 1, Centennial (3-7, 3-7) — 0

……….123 456 7 R

C ...…. 000 000 0 0

G ..….. 000 000 1 1

Garrett Walker and Matt Porter combined to throw a complete-game shut out for Glenelg, which won in walk-off fashion on Friday afternoon. Walker started the game, throwing six scoreless innings of two hits and four strikeouts. Walker gave way to Porter in the seventh, and the relief pitcher kept the game tied by retiring three of the four batters he faced.

Still scoreless in in the bottom of the seventh, Hunter Koele delivered a one-out double to right center field. Then, Walker reached base on a walk that included wild pitch on ball four, sending Koele to third. On the next pitch, Koele rushed to the plate as Samir Katta dropped down a well-placed bunt. The result was a flawlessly executed suicide squeeze play that clinched the Gladiators' dramatic victory.

Long Reach (5-6, 5-6) — 18, Wilde Lake (1-10, 1-10) — 7

………...123 456 7 R-H-E

LR ..... 201 102 12 18-11-1

WL .…. 030 310 0 7-11-4

Long Reach has now won five of its last six games after a virtually unheard of seventh inning. Trailing, 7-6, with three outs to work with, the Lightning exploded for 12 runs to not only take the lead but put the game out of reach. Standouts for Long Reach included Jeremy Huffman, who is now batting .552 after hitting a two-run home run in the first inning and walking three times after that. Meanwhile, Cooper Haberern went 3-for-5 with two RBIs and Alex King and K.J. Jarrett each had two hits and four RBIs. Jarrett drove home the go-ahead runs with a two-run double with one out in the seventh. Tyler Moore, who doubled home the tying run that inning, ended up getting the win on the mound.

SOFTBALL:

Marriotts Ridge (10-1, 10-2) — 21, River Hill (6-4, 7-4) — 6

...........123 456 7 R-H-E

MR ... 815 16x x 21-19-2

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RH ... 112 20x x 6-9-6

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Marriotts Ridge's Madi Costigan (RBI, three runs) Megan Hughes (four RBIs, four runs), Molly Nies (three RBIs, two runs), Mikayla Barnard (four RBIs, run), Romy Lindahl (two runs), Ashleigh Gerber (two RBI, run) and Sam Miller (two RBI, two runs) all had multiple hits. Barnard allowed eight hits and five earned runs and struck out eight and walked three in four innings at pitcher.

Centennial (6-5, 6-8) — 11, Glenelg (8-3, 9-5) — 1

........123 456 7 R-H-E

C ... 442 01x x 11-15-1

G ... 001 00x x 1-7-5

Centennial's Grace Bennett (3-for-4) started things off with a single and Phelps (1-for-2, walk) followed with a single. Olivia Reese (2-for-4, three RBIs) would later single to center to score Bennett and Phelps and Reese would later score in the inning. Ester Kim (3-for-4, three RBI) singled to score Erin McGuire (1-for-4) to give the Eagles a 4-0 lead. Lauren Marcotte also went 2-for-4 on the day with three RBIs and a run, Sarah Sopchick went 2-for-3 with two runs and Grace Rockefeller went 1-for-3. Jordan Hinz picked up three strikeouts and allowed seven hits and one run.

Glenelg's Amy Stetser allowed 11 runs on 12 hits and struck out five and walked one. Jordyn Woodline and Sage Huber each had two hits.

Long Reach (2-8, 2-8) — 22, Wilde Lake (1-9, 1-9) — 16

............123 456 7 R-H-E

LR .... 122 03(12) 2 22-10-6

WL ... 400 02 (10) 0 16-20-14

Long Reach's Rachel Jacavage went 3-for-5 with a single, a double and a stolen base, Kamryn Walker went 3-for-6 and had two RBIs with three singles and two doubles, Hailey Ramberg 4-for-6 with two singles, two doubles and three RBIs, Sayla Phillips went 4-for-6 with a double, two singles and a home run, and Lexi Warthen went 3-for-5 with two doubles and a single. Phillips struck out four and walked two at pitcher.

Wilde Lake's Rachel Van Osdel had five hits to lead the offense. The Wildecats scored ten runs in the sixth inning. The offensive onslaught came from singles by Kasey Baird, Jasper Killian, Van Osdel, Adanya Koger-Hobson, and Alyson Conover and an error on a ball put in play by Izzy Cruz. Van Osdel, Sara Cariati, Koger-Hobson, Baird, Lorena Widman, Killian, and Conover all had multiple hits. The hits by Cariati and Widman were the first of their varsity careers.

Don't see scores from your favorite team? Send results and any game information to reporter Tim Schwartz at timschwartz@baltsun.com or Kyle Stackpole at kstackpole@baltsun.com.

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