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Howard County varsity roundup, April 10

A roundup of varsity action around Howard County on Wednesday, April 10, 2019.

Howard County, MD — Here’s a roundup of the varsity action around Howard County on Wednesday, April 10, 2019:


River Hill (5-3 county, 5-4 overall) — 11, Centennial (5-4, 5-6) — 10



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C ...... 404 011 0 10-10-1


RH ... 010 003 7 11-10-3

Atholton (6-2, 7-2) — 7, Wilde Lake (1-6, 1-7) — 3

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Andy Orlosky came in in relief and pitched four innings, giving up one unearned run to secure the win for the Raiders. He struck out three and walked none. Jack Johnson keyed the fourth-inning rally with a two-run double and then Zach Geesaman followed with a two-run inside-the-park home run. Carson Collier went 3-for-3 with a double and two singles and scored a run.

Mt. Hebron (8-1, 8-1) — 7, Oakland Mills (2-7, 3-7) — 0

Finn Devine and Gabe Anderson combined for a one-hit shutout while striking out eight to lead the Vikings. Magnus Dunn and Tommy Fitzpatrick had three hits apiece, Dylan Holzman and Tim VanNetta added two hits each, and Both Holzman and Fitzpatrick scored two runs apiece.

Howard (8-1, 9-1) — 14, Long Reach (3-6, 3-6) — 0 (5 innings)

Brendan Foster gave up one hit and struck out nine over four innings and also added a triple at the plate to lead the Lions. Jerry O’Neill went 2-for-2 with a walk and Gabe Delgado added a double and three RBIs. Jerras Murray also had three RBIs.

Marriotts Ridge (6-3, 7-3) — 5, Reservoir (6-3, 6-3) — 1

Ryan Lee pitched five innings and earned the win for the Mustangs.


Glenelg (1-7, 1-7) — 7, Hammond (1-8, 1-8) — 1


Howard (8-1, 8-2) — 9, Long Reach (4-5, 4-5) —1


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Ho…040 005 0 9-16-0

LR…000 010 0 1-2-1

Hammond (8-0, 8-1) — 16, Glenelg (6-3, 6-3) — 7

The Golden Bears broke open a close game with eight runs in the top of the seventh, pulling away to stay undefeated in county play this spring.

Taylor Liguori led Hammond’s offense with a 4-5 day that included a grand slam homerun, 5 RBI and four runs scored. Brittany Brewer also hit a homerun to go along with a double, 2 RBI and 3 runs scored, while Makenzie Brooks added a 4-5 effort that included two doubles and a triple.


Other standouts during the Golden Bears’ 18-hit day were Kaylee Beahm (triple, 2 runs) and Kasey Smith (2-4, double, 2 runs, RBI).

Glenelg, which held a 3-2 lead after two innings, was led by Sage Huber (3-4, 2 doubles) on offense. Amy Stetser, Emmy Piwowarski and Madi Wingert also had one double each.

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Ha…...201 131 8 16-18-2

G…….030 021 1 7-10-3

Wilde Lake (2-8, 2-9) — 8, Atholton (1-9, 2-9) — 7

In a back and forth game with plenty of momentum swings, the Wildecats held on to secure the season sweep over the Raiders. Wilde Lake never trailed after scoring two times in the top of the first, but Atholton did respond to tie the game in the bottom of the fourth at 4-4.


Wilde Lake then built an 8-4 lead going to the bottom of the seventh, eventually holding off the Raiders after they scored three times to cut their deficit to just one run.

Overall, Wilde Lake pounded out 14 hits on the way to the win. The Wildecats were led by Rachel Van Osdel and Lily Richards, who were each 3-for-4 on the day.

Van Osdel picked up a double, RBI, and run scored, while Richards added a double and scored twice. Morgan Baird, Izzy Cruz, and Alegria Gigena Silva also had multi-hit games, with Silva driving in the game-winning RBI in the top of the seventh.

Brooke Webster and Veronica Goode also added hits. Goode went the complete game and picked up the win for the Wildecats at pitcher. She struck out 6 while scattering 9 hits and 2 walks.

Riley Law (3-4), Colleen Simmerly (2-3) and Sydney Rhodes (2-4, 3 RBI) paced the Atholton offense.

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WL...211 011 2 8-14-0

A…..102 100 3 7-11-3

Mt. Hebron (4-5, 4-6) — 20, Oakland Mills (0-9, 0-9) — 2

The Vikings scored at least three runs in every inning on the way to the convincing victory.

Ashley Cheung (3-4, 5 runs, walk), Eliza Munns (3-5, double, 6 RBI, 3 runs) and Kieran Davis (3-5, double, 3 RBI, 3 runs) led the Mt. Hebron offense.

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MH...534 53 20-16-0


OM...200 00 2-2-3

Marriotts Ridge (5-3, 5-4) — 8, Reservoir (4-5, 4-5) — 2

The Mustangs won their third game in a row, getting another balanced offensive effort and strong pitching from the duo of Madi Costigan and Alex Lindahl.

Sarah Fan, Megan Hughes, Grace Tolle, Olivia Buchwald, Ashleigh Gerber and Sam Miller all had multiple hits. Hughes had a homerun, while Miller and Molly Nies each had doubles.

Kylee Gunkle had two hits to pace Reservoir’s offense and also pitched the full six innings, striking out seven.

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River Hill (7-2, 7-3) — 8, Centennial (5-4, 5-5) —7

An intense, back-and-forth game ended with the Hawks scoring twice in the bottom of the eighth to earn the walk-off win. Ever Sheplee had a RBI single to score Sara Eming to tie things at 7-7 and then Ella Wood had a RBI hit of her own to end the game.

Early on, Centennial jumped on the board with two doubles and two runs in the first inning by Grace Bennett and Lauren Marcotte. River Hill got back on the board with an RBI double from Delanie Vintz (5-5 on the day) in the bottom of the first and the back-and-forth affair began.

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C…...220 002 01 7-13-4

RH…102 003 02 8-16-3


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