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Howard County varsity roundup, April 21

A roundup of varsity action.
A roundup of varsity action. (Staff photo by Tim Schwartz)

A roundup of action from around the league on Friday, April 21:

BOYS LACROSSE:

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Marriotts Ridge (4-0 county, 7-3 overall) — 6, Glenelg (2-2, 3-6) — 4

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Howard (3-0, 7-3) — 7, Mt. Hebron (2-2, 4-6) — 6

Goals: Ho — Mark Bruner 2, Nathan Handwerk 2, Jeff Bruner, Patrick Sutch, Garrett Rhinevault; MH — Jake Edmondson 3, Nick Nordhausen, Garrett Snyder, Danny Herlihy

Assists: Ho — M. Bruner, Handwerk, Rhinevault; MH — Simon Perna 2, Joey Schwartz

Saves: Ho — Devlin Bradley 8; MH — Cody Stockenberg 15

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Halftime: 5-4, Mt. Hebron

A stellar defensive performance helps Marriotts Ridge boys lacrosse edge Glenelg , 6-4, to remain unbeaten in Howard County play.

River Hill (6-1, 6-4) — 15, Long Reach (0-4, 0-7) — 0

Goals: RH — Jon Felix 3, Brendan McKenna 3, Cory Marciniak 2, Derek Isaac 2, Brett Shaw, Max Friedman, Connor Lawrence Anthony Behrmann

Assists: RH —McKenna 2, Lawrence, Michael Borkowski

Saves: RH — Kevin Hickey 2, Ben Uhl 3

Halftime: 12-0, River Hill

Centennial (5-2, 8-2) — 18, Oakland Mills (0-3, 4-5) — 8

Atholton (4-3, 6-4) — 8, Wilde Lake (1-3, 5-3) — 7

Reservoir (2-5, 3-6) — 13, Hammond (0-4, 3-5) — 6

Jemicy — 17, Chapelgate (1-4, MIAA C, 3-5) — 12

BASEBALL:

Marriotts Ridge (8-2 county, 10-3 overall) — 5, Long Reach (4-6, 5-7) — 1

Dylan Anagnos allowed one run in six innings and Nick Molinaro had three RBI for the Mustangs.

Howard (6-5, 9-5) — 3, Hammond (3-7, 3-7) — 2

Sam Jacobson hit a walk-off sacrifice fly in extra innings for the Lions. Gabe Delgado got the start and went 6+ innings.

Mt. Hebron (4-6, 4-7) — 4, Atholton (4-7, 6-8) — 2

River Hill (9-1, 11-2) — 2, Glenelg (7-4, 9-5) — 1

Reservoir (9-1, 12-2) — 8, Wilde Lake (0-11, 0-13) — 5

Centennial (6-3, 6-4) — 4, Oakland Mills (2-8, 3-10) — 2

BOYS TENNIS: 

Reservoir — 4, Wilde Lake — 1 

GIRLS TENNIS: 

Wilde Lake — 4, Reservoir — 1

Softball:

A (5-5 county, 5-6 overall), MH (3-4, 3-5),

MH — 0 0 0 0 0 2 2   4 10 4

A — 0 0 2 0 0 1 3       6 12 6

Pitching: MH — Kinsella and Holquist; A — Drumheller and Orlosky.

2B: MH — Kinsella, Holquist; A — Medina (2), Ruley.

HR: MH — Davis; A — Rhodes.

Howard 6, Hammond 4

The Lions defeated the visiting Golden Bears in a seventh-inning walk-off.

Howard trailed after the first inning, but gained the lead in the bottom of the third to get out in front 4-2.

Hammond scored three runs in the sixth to reclaim the lead at 5-4, but the Lions scored two in the bottom of the seventh to earn their eighth county win.

Brittany Brewer went 2 for 3 with two singles for the Golden Bears, while Bethany Hewitt went 2 for 4 with two singles.

Ho (8-2 county, 9-4 overall), Ha (5-4, 5-5)

Ha — 2 0 0 0 0 3 0     5 6 1

Ho — 1 0 3 0 0 0 2     6 8 3

Reservoir 15, Wilde Lake 2

The Gators put an end to a two-game losing skid Friday after defeating the visiting Wildecats in five innings.

Wilde Lake had runners in scoring position in the first-, third-, fourth- and fifth-innings, but was unable to push runs across the plate, except for two in the fourth.

Rachel Van Osdel and Kayleigh Gladden had hits in the inning. Stella Johnson and Jasmine Johnson each hit an RBI off of hard struck grounders. Sydney McNamara, Adanya Koger-Hobson, Jasper Killian and Faith Leslie also picked up hits in the game.

Emily Lloyd earned the win for Reservoir, giving up just three hits and two earned runs, while striking out three. She also led her team at the plate, going 3 for 3 with three runs and two RBI. Breann Smith went 2 for 3 with three RBI, while Emma Bailey went 2 for 3 with four runs and two RBI. As a team, the Gators totaled 16 hits in the outing.

Re (6-4 county, 9-4 overall), WL (1-8, 2-8)

WL — 0 0 0 2 0          2 6 2

Re — 2 4 4 5 x            15 16 4

Pitching: WL — Baird and Leslie; Re — Lloyd and Hatzakos.

2B: Re — Bailey (2), Lloyd, Jones.

Centennial 21, Oakland Mills 5

C (6-3 county, 7-5 overall), OM (0-9, 0-10)

Girls lacrosse:

G (4-0, 10-0), MR (3-1, 7-2)

Goals: G — L. Letellier 3, O'Brien 2, G. Esmond 2, Pagnotta 1, Renehan 1, Callahan 1; MR — Cooke 3, Hensh, Sullivan 1, Simpson 1, Clevenger 1.

Assists: G — Callahan 2, Renehan 1, Scheinberg 1; MR — Hensh 3, C. Blalock 1, Sullivan 1.

Saves: G — McSally 12; MR — Miller 4.

Halftime: 7-3, Gleenelg.

River Hill 18, Long Reach 3

The Hawks got the best of the visiting Lightning and claimed the 18-3 win.

The game was cut short due to lightning ironically, but Rive Hill built a 15-1 halftime cushion and added three more in the following minutes of the second half.

Gaby Hamburger led the way offensively for the Hawks, scoring four goals and adding an assist. Annie Maloney and Madison Carney split time in net and finished with six and one save, respectively.

Leah McClelland made the start in goal for Long Reach and recorded four stops. Erin O'Reilly, Alex Rivera-Martinez and Lindsey Smith all scored goals for the Lightning.

RH (5-2 county, 6-2 overall), LR (0-4, 1-6)

Goals: RH — Hamburger 4, Altman 3, Filippone 2, Kelleher 2, Seybold 2, Smith 2, Essman 1, Brunett, Reeves; LR — O'Reilly, Rivera-Martinez, Smith.

Assists: RH — Essman 3, Filippone 2, Reeves 2, Brunett 1, Hamburger 1, Kelleher 1, Margolis 1.

Saves: RH — Maloney 6, Craney 1; LR — McClelland 4.

Halftime: 15-1, River Hill.

Atholton 10, Wilde Lake 6

The Raiders bounced back from a tough last minute loss, with a win over the visiting Wildecats Friday.

Rachel Foster made her season debut for Atholton after working herself back from a knee injury and led her team with five goals. Kelley Flynn and Olivia Chory followed with two scores, while Ella Farris added one goal.

Wilde Lake scored all six of its goals in the first half with Katie Aubin (3 goals) and Tess Kostelec (2 goals, 2 assists) leading the way. Jenna Oler had another stellar performance making 18 save against 27 shots against.

The Wildecats took the one goal advantage at the start of the game, but the Raiders answered with two scores to take its first lead. The two teams traded goals for the remainder of the half and ultimately, the score was knotted at 6 at the break.

Yellow cards plagued Wilde Lake in the second half, as it started the following 25 minutes down a player. Atholton took advantage with a goal to take the lead, and Wilde Lake defended the 7-6 game until the 10:20 mark after receiving its fourth yellow.

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The Wildecats continued defending the two-goal gap and had opportunities to score playing 7-v-5, but the Raiders held on and added two more insurance goals in the final two minutes to secure the win.

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Wilde Lake coach Michael Rhodovi credited Atholton for a hard fought game, but did question the officiating in the game.

"I am in no way holding any of the events that occurred in the game towards any of the Atholton players or staff as they played hard, clean and physical to host a good game," he said. "While I will not accept or condone blaming an official for any team of mine losing a game… but in this case it was evident that poor officiating took what had been a very exciting, evenly matched competitive game in positive and fun atmosphere, and turned it in to an ugly, lopsided and unrealistic competition filled with scorn from the bleachers — on both sides — disappointment and unsatisfactory feelings."

A (3-3 county, 3-7 overall), WL (1-3, 2-5)

Goals: A — Foster 5, Flynn 2, Chory 2 Farris 1; WL — Aubin 3, Kostelec 2, Ives 1.

Assists: WL — Kostelec 2.

Saves: A — Eaton 5, Bizokas; WL — Oler 18.

Halftime: 6-6.

Reservoir 18, Hammond 5

The Gators bounced back from their loss Wednesday to earn the win over the Golden Bears.

Alex Sadzewicz led Reservoir offensively with six goals and two assists. Haley Tiller followed with four goals and three assists, while Michelle Armstrong added three scores.

Elizabeth Hyde recorded four saves in the win.

Re (4-3 county, 5-5 overall), Ha (0-3, 4-3)

Goals: Re — Sadzewicz 6, Tiller 4, Armstrong 3, Petrusky 2, Martino 1, Guchait 1, Davidson 1.

Assists: Re — Tiller 3, Sadzewicz 2, Valentino 1.

Saves: Re — Hyde 4.

Halftime: 9-3, Reservoir.

Glenelg Country 14, Roland Park 13 OT

The Dragons worked back from a 10-8 deficit to defeat Roland Park and claim their sixth conference win of the season.

Alyssa Arnold led GCS with four goals and an assist, while Shay Ahearn finished with a goal and four assists. Bobbie Haney, Hannah Glaros and Lindsey Marshall added two goals, while Julia Sheehan registered two assists. Avery Dyer ended with six saves in net for the Dragons.

GCS (6-2 IAAM A, 11-2 overall), RP (4-5 IAAM A, 5-5)

Goals: GCS —Arnold 4, Haney 2, Glaros 2, Marshall 2, Bateman 1, Ayer 1, Ahearn 1; RP — Shaw 4, Cockerville 3, Smith 2, Furlong 2, Savalor 1, Class 1.

Assists: GCS — Ahearn 4, Sheehan 2, Arnold 1, O'Leary 1.

Saves: GCS — Dyer 6; RP — 14.

Halftime: 10-8, Roland Park.

Beth Tfiloh 12, Chapelgate 3

BT (2-4 IAAM C, 2-4 overall), CCA (1-8 IAAM C, 1-9)

Centennial 17, Oakland Mills 1 (Thursday, April 20)

The Eagles won their fourth straight county matchup on the road Thursday against the Scorpions.

Centennial got out to a 13-1 halftime lead, but Oakland Mills put up a good fight on its home turf.

Kerry Browne registered the only goal of the day for the Scorpions, while Alex Sellman made six saves in net.

Freshman Rasa Welsh led the Eagles with four goals and three assists, while sophomore Marissa Lagera followed with four goals and an assist. Claudia Pilcher had a game-high four assists on the day, while also adding two scores.

Both teams are back in action Tuesday, with the Scorpions taking on Reservoir and the Eagles hosting Atholton.

C (5-2 county, 6-4 overall), OM (0-2, 0-6)

Goals: C — Welsh 4, Lagera 4, Griffin 2, Pilcher 2, Lambert 1, Klomparens 1, Ahearn 1, Fairely 1, Grable 1; OM — Browne 1.

Assists: C — Pilcher 4, Welsh 3, Bracey 1, Lagera 1,

Saves: C — Thorman 4; OM — Sellman 6.

Halftime: 13-1, Centennial.

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