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Howard County varsity roundup, April 7

A roundup of the Howard County sports action from Friday, April 7:

BOYS LACROSSE:

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Centennial (3-2 county, 3-2 overall) — 17, Wilde Lake (1-2, 4-2) — 0

Howard (2-0, 4-2) — 11, Catonsville — 3

Goals: Ho — Will Rund 4, Mark Bruner 2, Jeff Bruner, Nathan Handwerk, Michael Travisano, Peyton Smith, Ben O'Connor; C — Luke Palmisano, Will Bredeck, Matt Palmisano

Assists: Ho — M. Bruner 2, J. Bruner, Rund; C — Sam Liberto

Saves: Ho — Matt Hubbard 5, Devlin Bradley 4, Davis Mauser 2; C — N/A

Spalding — 13, Glenelg Country (1-1 MIAA B, 1-4) — 4

Goals: GCS — Mikey Welsh 2, Riley Martin 2

Assists: GCS — Riley Schmidt 2, Cameron Martin, Nelson LeQuang

Saves: GCS — Brayden Franey 17

Halftime: 6-2, Spalding

Chapelgate (1-2 MIAA C, 3-3) — 5, Mt. Carmel — 4

BASEBALL:

Howard (5-3 county, 6-3 overall) — 17, Mt. Hebron (2-5, 2-5) — 8

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Sophomore Brian Jakubek had five RBI, senior Darian Kassiri had four RBI and sophomore Ryan Kulick had two doubles to lead the Lions' offense.

Glenelg (5-3, 6-3) — 18, Wilde Lake (0-8, 0-8) — 6 (6 innings)

Vince Gurfolino picked up the win and Hunter Forsyth went 3-for-4 with a double and a triple for the Gladiators.

Softball:

Glenelg 21, Wilde Lake 0

Amy Stetser helped the Gladiators clinch their fourth-straight victory as she pitched a three-hit shutout against the hosting Wildecats to earn the win.

Stetser threw five scoreless innings, while striking out four and walking one.

Kasey Baird took the loss for Wilde Lake, striking out two in five innings pitched.

Senior Sydney McNamara led the Wildecats offense, going 2-for-2 with a double, while junior Adanya Koger-Hobson also added a hit.

Katie Dustin led the Gladiators to victory, driving in seven runs, while going 3-for-4 at the plate with two home runs and a single. Maid Wingert also homered in the game, while Kathryn Hoffman, Katie McIntyre, and Gabby Browne each had a double. Koger-Hobson also had a good game, going 1-for-1 with a sacrifice bunt.

Glenelg registered 22 hits with Stetser, Katie Dustin, Molly Dustin, Wingert, Katie Grimm, McIntyre, Hoffman and Browne each collected multiple hits. Stetser, along with a stellar day in the circle also got it done at the plate, registering a game-high four hits.

The Gladiators didn't commit a single error in the field, while Grimm had seven chances in the field, the most on the team. Dustin caught all five innings for Glenelg and threw the lone steal attempt.

G (7-1 county, 7-2 overall), WL (1-4, 2-4)

G — 10 1 8 0 2           21 22 0

WL — 0 0 0 0 0          0 3 5

Pitching: G — Stetser and Dustin; WL — Baird and Leslie.

2B: G — McIntyre 1, Browne 1; WL — McNamara 1.

HR: G — Dustin (2), Wingert.

Chapelgate 13, Notre Dame Prep 12

CCA (1-1 IAAM B, 2-3 overall), NDP (1-2 IAAM B, 1-4)

Girls lacrosse:

Ho (2-1 county, 3-2 overall), MH (2-2, 4-3)

Goals: Ho — Schluederberg 5, Kinsey 4, Peed 1, Scott 1 Tsao 1; MH — Pallozzi 3, Miller 2, Demek 1, Connell 1.

Assists: Ho — Tsao 1; MH — Arens 1.

Saves: Ho — Sagi 8; MH — Schaaf 3, Ryan 1.

Halftime: 6-3, Howard.

Centennial 14, Wilde Lake 1

The Eagles rolled to their fourth win of the season Friday after a, 6-0, halftime lead propelled a 13-goal victory over the hosting Wildecats.

Tess Kostelec broke the shutout, scoring Wilde Lake's lone goal in the second half of play.

Marissa Lagera and Claudia Pilcher led the Eagles offensively with three goals apiece. Rasa Welsh followed with two, while Laurie Bracey and Madi Griffin added a goal and two assists each.

Sarah Thorman finished with four saves for Centennial, while Jenna Oler made 13 stops for the Wildecats.

C (3-2 county, 4-2 overall), WL (1-2, 2-4)

Goals: C — Lagera 3, Pilcher 3, Welsh 2, Pistner 1, Ahearn 1, Bracey 1, Fairley 1, Grable 1, Griffin 1; WL — Kostelec 1.

Assists: C — Bracey 2, Griffin 2, Chuasse 1,

Saves: C — Thorman 4; WL — Oler 13.

Halftime: 6-0, Centennial.

Glenelg Country 9, Maryvale Prep 8

The Dragons came back from a one-goal halftime deficit Friday to pull away with the 9-8 victory after scoring the game-winner in the final 18 seconds against the Lions.

It is the fourth one-goal game Glenelg Country has played in this season, and thus far it has come away with the win in three of those contests.

The offense was spread around for the Dragons, with Sarah Ayer and Julia Sheehan leading the way with two goals apiece. Avery Dyer had another big day in net, as the sophomore registered 12 saves to help her team to their fourth conference victory of the year.

GCS (4-1 IAAM A, 7-1 overall), MP (1-5 IAAM A, 4-5)

Goals: GCS — Ayer 2, Sheehan 2, Ahearn 1, Arnold 1, Glaros 1, Haney 1, Marshall 1; MP — Antaopolis 3, Furnari 2, Bockshie 1, Milcoicz 1, Wilkinson 1.

Saves: GCS — Dyer 12; MP — DeGozman 8.

Halftime: 4-3, Maryvale.

Marriotts Ridge 17, Liberty 7

The Mustangs picked up their fifth consecutive victory after handily defeating the hosting Lions Friday.

Marriotts Ridge got its selves a big 13-1 cushion at the break, but Liberty matched the Mustangs somewhat offensively in the following 25 minutes.

It was another balanced offensive night for Marriotts Ridge, with sophomore Victoria Hensh pacing the team with five goals. Sophomore Katie Thompson followed with three goals as well, while senior Caroline Blalock added three scores and a team-high three assists in the victory.

Olivia Ranta and Hannah Miller split time in net, with Ranta finishing with one save and Miller making two stops for Marriotts Ridge.

The Mustangs resume play on April 15 with two big matchups against IAAM A's Notre Dame Prep and defending 4A/3A state champion Dulaney at Western Regional Park.

MR (2-0 county, 5-0 overall)

Goals: MR — Hensh 5, Thompson 3, C. Blalock 3, E. Clevenger 2, L. Kennedy 1, G. Kennedy 1, Hend 1, S. Blalock 1; L — Griffin 3, Anuszewski 3, Renehan 1.

Assists: MR — C. Blalock 3, Christianson 1, L. Kennedy 1, G. Kennedy 1, E. Cleveneger 1, Cooke 1; L — Griffin 1.

Saves: MR — Ranta 1, Miller 2; L — Shraeder 1.

Halftime: 13-1, Marriotts Ridge.

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