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Howard County varsity roundup, April 9

A roundup of varsity action around Howard County on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.
A roundup of varsity action around Howard County on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. (Howard County Times file)

HOWARD COUNTY, MD — Here’s a roundup of the varsity action around Howard County on Tuesday, April 9, 2019:

BOYS LACROSSE:

Centennial (7-0 overall) — 10, Arundel — 4

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Goals: C — Peter Krawczyk 5, Connor Carpenter 2, Jake Ritter 1, Charlie Hockersmith 1, Andrew Kauffman 1; A — Carson Neiswender 2, Connor Trout 1, Zach Taylor 1

Assists: C — Ty Sams 2, Andrew Hockersmith 1, Carpenter 1; A — Neiswender 1

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Saves: C — Alex Kauffman 10; A — Connor Newell 12

Halftime: 3-1, Centennial

Marriotts Ridge (5-1) — 14, Southern-AA — 5

Goals: MR — Charlie Reynolds 5, Tommy Ruddo 3, John Miller 2, Matt Hendershot 1, Jake Levey 1, Jack Ault 1, Jack Slack 1; S — Fanzo 3, Phipps 1, Taylor 1

Assists: MR — Miler 4, Ruddo 2, Reynolds 1, Andrew Luciano 1, Brendan Glover 1, Quinn Kelley 1; S — Deans 1

Saves: MR — Colin Kelley 3, Mitch Evans 2, Matt Cimerola 1

Halftime: 10-0, Marriotts Ridge

River Hill (3-3) — 15, Northeast-AA — 8

Goals: RH — Max Friedman 4, Jack Burns 4, Tyler Hopkins 4, Josh Weingrad 2, Ryan Henry 1

Assists: RH — Jimmy Reeves 3, Friedman 2, Weingrad 2, Henry 1

Saves: RH — Kyle Henry 15

Halftime: 7-4, River Hill

Annapolis — 18, Atholton (2-5) — 7

Goals: Ath — Justin Ahmuty 2, Alex Hudgins 1, Brian Tarantino 1, Nolan Krasnick 1, Malcolm Jones 1, Mason Meyerpeter 1

Assists: Ath — Jay Desmarais 2, Jones 2

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Saves: Ath — Ben Dotson 14

Halftime: 5-5, tie

Old Mill — 14, Reservoir (2-5) — 9

Goals: Re — Steven Musser 4, Talon Campbell 3, Alex Barila 1, Sean Maruschak 1

Assists: Re — Campbell 2, S. Maruschak 2, Barila 1, Michael Gonzales 1

Saves: Re — Nick Hoover 19

Oakland Mills (3-3) — 12, Glen Burnie — 9

Goals: OM — Joe Thompson 5, Kai Castle 2, Alex Lee 1, Chase Williams 1, Dallas Briggs 1, Jonald Semprit 1, Tyler May 1

Assists: OM — Castle 2, Williams 2, Lee 1, Semprit 1, May 1, Peyton Thomas 1

Saves: OM — Ahsan Kersey 14

Halftime: 5-4, Oakland Mills

Long Reach (3-4) — 13, Meade — 9

Goals: LR — Josh Bumpus 5, Jason Smith 4, Devin Lemuel 2, Josh Carroll 2

Assists: LR — Carroll 2, Dylan Brice 1, Lemuel 1, Bumpus 1, Jonathan Park 2

Saves: LR — Angel Ochoa 4

Halftime: 7-6, Meade

Broadneck — 13, Glenelg (3-4) — 12 (OT)

Severna Park — 17, Mt. Hebron (2-5) — 1

Chesapeake-AA — 19, Wilde Lake (4-3) — 1

GIRLS LACROSSE:

Glenelg (5-1) — 14, Southern (2-3) — 6

Goals: G — Giampalmo 3, Cipolla 3, Nalls 3, Crawford 2, Kennedy 1, Shumaker 1, M. Jubb 1; S — Miller 2, Potts 1, Heinrichs 1, Miller 1, Suplee 1, VanSlyke 1.

Assists: G — Cipolla 1; S — Miller 1, Messina 1, Suplee 1.

Saves: G — Torres 2, Haynie 1; S — N/A 8.

Oakland Mills (2-4) — 11, Glen Burnie (4-4) — 10 OT

Goals: OM — Kerry Browne 3, Hannah Smelkinson 3, Diya Biswas 2, Cori Lawson 1, Liz Negra 1, Peyton Gomes 1.

Saves: OM — Kiana Wambul 10.

Glenelg Country (6-1, 7-1) — 14, Maryvale Prep — 7

Goals: GC — S. Ahearn 6, K. Sites 4, C. Pell 3, A. Bateman 1; M — P. Wilkinson 2, S. Antonospoulos 2, C. Bockstie 1, C. Neft 1, H. Phillips 1.

Assists: GC — J. Marzsal 3; M — A. Commodari 1, S. Antonospoulos 1.

Saves: GC — A. Der 4; M — L. Francioli 4, L. Davidson 1.

Half: 7-4 GC.

Long Reach (5-2) — 14, Meade — 6

Goals: LR — L. McClelland 6, V. Haney 3, S. Ponsford 2, D. Adigwe 1, R. Tu 1, K. Owens 1; M — Nyasha 2, Allison 1, Tanya 1, Sarah 1, Emily 1.

Assists: LR — E. O’Reilly 1, V. Haney 1.

Saves: LR — Valdez 10, Blessing 5.

Half: 8-3 LR.

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

Goals: Re — Sarah Nam 6, Kat Thayer 1.

Saves: Re — Caileigh Sullivan 13.

Broadneck (3-2) — 18, Howard (3-4) — 8

Goals: B — Puglisi 6, Sullivan 4, Dupeck 2, Hollman 2, Abie 2, Abe 1, Laberini 1; Ho — Schluederberg 3, Peed 2, O’Connor 1, Brothers 1, Anthony 1.

Assists: B — Abe 3, Laberini 1, Dupeck 1, Pablisi 1, Puglisi 1, Polmar 1; Ho — Spalding 1.

Saves: B — N/A 5; Ho — Murphy 3.

Annapolis — 15, Atholton (3-4) — 8

Goals: An — Lizzie Hein 7, Jenna Mish 3, Anna Coffin 2, Anna King 2, Cammie S 1; Ath — Olivia Chory 3, Makayla Gravely-Smith 2, Madison Park 1, Kendall Dean 1, Ella Farris 1.

Assists: An — Jenna Mish 4, Anna Coffin 1.

Saves: An — Sydney Miller 1; Ath — Kyleigh Eaton 10.

Half: 9-2 Annapolis.

North County (4-4) — 17, Hammond (0-5) — 2

South River (6-1) — 19, Centennial (4-3) — 3

Severna Park — 14, Marriotts Ridge (4-1) — 9

Chesapeake-AA — 16, River Hill (2-4) — 12

Northeast — 15, Wilde Lake (2-4) — 4

BASEBALL:

Century — 13, Centennial (5-5) — 1 (5 innings)

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

Century ....... (10)03 00x x 13-12-0

Centennial ... 100 00x x 1-6-4

Chris Betler had two hits for the Eagles and Liam Wood, Dylan Watson and Charlie Schmidt pitched four innings in relief and allowed no earned runs.

SOFTBALL:

Marriotts Ridge (4-3, 4-4) — 10, Long Reach (4-4, 4-4) — 4

The host Lightning went ahead 3-0 in the bottom of the first before the Mustangs scored 10 unanswered runs between the second and fourth innings.

Grace Tolle (3-4, double, triple, RBI, run), Madi Costigan (2-4, RBI, run), Sarah Fan (2-4, run) and Molly Nies (2-4, double, 2 RBI, run) all finished with multiple hits for Marriotts Ridge. Megan Hughes also added a triple and 3 RBI.

Hughes (4 innings, 1 hit allowed and 7 strikeouts) and Alex Lindahl (3 innings, 2 earned runs, 2 strikeouts) split the pitching duties for the Mustangs.

Victoria Miller (2-3, RBI), Alexis Warthen (2-3) and Sayla Phillips (2-3, run) led Long Reach. Kamryn Walker also added a RBI double in the first inning.

……..123 456 7 R-H-E

MR…050 500 0 10-13-2

LR….300 000 1 4-5-5

Atholton (2-8) — 12, Southern — 9

The Raiders scored a combined six runs in the first two innings and led from start to finish on the way to the non-county victory. The win snaps a seven-game losing skid for Atholton.

Riley Law (2-4, 3 RBI) and Sydney Rhodes (2-4, double, RBI) were the offensive leaders for the Raiders.

“It was a good all-around team win today,” said coach Ally O’Neill.

……..123 456 7 R-H-E

A…...330 420 0 12-11-2

S……000 153 0 9-10-3

Meade — 15, Wilde Lake (1-9) — 12

After trailing most of the game, Meade scored 10 times over the last two innings to pull out the victory in the high-scoring affair.

Wilde Lake was led by Veronica Goode and Rachel Van Osdel, each hitting the first homeruns of their varsity careers. Goode was 3-for-4 with 6 RBI’s, 4 runs scored, and a grand slam in the bottom of the 6th inning. Van Osdel was 2-for-4 with 2 RBI, 2 runs scored, and a 2-run home run in the bottom of the 5th inning.

Other Wildecat standouts were Brooke Webster (1-for-3 with an RBI and 3 runs scored) and Kasey Baird (1-for-3 with 2 runs scored). Baird and Goode split the pitching duties for Wilde Lake, striking out 6 and 4 Meade batters, respectively.

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…….123 456 7 R-H-E

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M…..012 206 4 15-17-4

WL...400 224 0 12-8-7

Don’t see scores from your favorite team? Send results and any game information to reporter Tim Schwartz at timschwartz@baltsun.com or Brent Kennedy at bkennedy@baltsun.com.

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