Howard County varsity roundup, April 17

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Here’s a roundup of the varsity action around Howard County on Tuesday, April 17:

BOYS LACROSSE:

Severna Park (6-2) — 9, Glenelg (3-0 county, 6-1 overall) — 5

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Marriotts Ridge (1-2, 7-2) — 7, South River — 2

Goals: MR — Troy Hettinger, 5, Peter Geier, Charlie Reynolds; SR — Kendall 2

Assists: MR — Brett Gladstone 2; SR — None

Saves: MR — Colin Kelley 11; SR — Robertson 8

Halftime: 5-1, Marriotts Ridge

Broadneck — 13, Mt. Hebron (1-3, 3-6) — 10

Goals: B — Vinny Facciponti 5, Keegan Houser 4, Carter Hall, Brian Schwab, Hayden Goursey, Sebastian Radonen; MH — Garrett Snyder 3, Mateo Brown 3, Nick Nordhausen 2, Joey Schwartz, Simon Perna

Assists: B — Hayden Goursey 4, Keegan Houser 2; MH — Brown, Danny Herlihy, Perna

Saves: B — Brandon Hall 7; MH — Cody Stockenberg 13

Halftime: 5-3, Broadneck

Centennial (4-0, 7-1) — 15, Northeast — 4

Goals: C — Charlie Hockersmith 4, Peter Krawcyzk 4, Jeremy Wilson 2, Thomas Thurmond 2, Ty Sams, Michael Pellegrini

Assists: C — Wilson 4, Sams 2, Krawcyzk 2, Pellegrini

Saves: C — Jack Schlossberg 10

Halftime: 4-1, Centennial

Annapolis — 11, Reservoir (1-4, 2-5) — 4

Goals: A — Ben Wood 4, Sam Bullen 2, Presley Miller 2, Nick Bullen 2, Erik Nelson; Re — Talon Campbell 2, Alex Barila, Sam Lavine

Assists: A — Nelson 2, Bullen 2, Wood, Connor Kaule, Luke Mueller; Re — Campbell 2, Alex Ahn 2

Saves: A — Colby Missel 2, Nick Marsh 4; Re — Phil Sommerkamp 8

Halftime: 6-1, Annapolis

Atholton (3-2, 4-4) — 15, Old Mill — 12

Goals: A — Justin Ahmuty 4, Keenan Long 3, Jake Peretti 2, Tristan Rhodovi 2, Nolan Krasnick 2, Paul Ciccone, Brian Tarantino

Assists: A — Krasnick 3, Ciccone 2, Peretti 2, Long 2

Saves: A — Ben Dotson 13

Oakland Mills (1-2, 5-3) — 11, North County — 9

Goals: OM — Joe Thompson 5, Zyon Turner 3, Toby Baldwin 2, Nick Miller

Assists: OM — Miller 2, Jonald Semprit

Saves: OM — Billy Quesenberry 12

Halftime: 7-4, Glen Burnie

Wilde Lake (0-2, 1-4) — 20, Meade — 1

Goals: WL — Andrew Tiffey 6, Jonathan Fontana 5, Jackson Pittman 2, Andrew Van Tassel 2, Noah Sutker, Saleem Jackson, Matthew Stralka, Connor Mackey, JP Dixon

Assists: WL — Tiffey 4, Fontana 3, Pittman, Sutker

Saves: WL — Kenji Tsukamoto 2, Tommy Park 3

Chapelgate (3-4 MIAA C, 5-4) — 12, Pallotti — 5

Goals: CCA — Mark Rolewicz 4, Matt Cavrak 4, Eric Yang 3, Jake Perfater

Assists: CCA — Rolewicz 2, Cavrak, Yang, Perfater, Garrett Hunt, Andrew Phillips

Cheapeake — 20, Hammond (0-2, 1-6) — 2

Goals: Ha — Nick Pekins, Tre Smith

Arundel — 9, River Hill (3-2, 5-5) — 6

Glen Burnie — 14, Long Reach (0-2, 3-3) — 0

GIRLS LACROSSE:

Long Reach (2-4) — 14, Glen Burnie — 9

Goals: LR — Angelina Casserly 3, Erin O’Reilly 3, Lindsey Smith 3, Valerie Haney 2, Leah McCelland, Karis Owens, Samantha Ponsford.

Assists: LR — Dumebi Adigwe, Lydia Awebwa, Angelina Casserly, Leah McCelland, Samantha Ponsford, .

Marriotts Ridge (8-1) — 15, South River (8-1) — 11

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Glenelg (7-2) — 17, Broadneck — 6

Goals: G — Georgia Esmond 5, Anna Callahan 4, Sarah Cipolla 4, Jenny Giampalmo 2, Caitlyn Baehr, Rachel Scheinberg.

Assists: G — Anna Callahan 4, Sarah Cipolla, Georgia Esmond, Mallory Jubb.

Saves: G — Maddie McSally 9.

Halftime: 9-4, Glenelg

Chesapeake (AA) — 17, Reservoir (2-5) — 7

Goals: Re — Sarah Nam 4, Elena Martino 3.

Assists: Re — Elena Martino.

Old Mill — 6, Atholton (2-6) — 5

Goals: A — Olivia Chory 2, Ella Farris, Christianna Kelley, Madison Park.

Assists: A — Ella Farris.

Saves: A — Madison Eaton 6.

Halftime: 5-1, Old Mill

North County — 18, Oakland Mills (1-6) — 1

Goals: OM — Diya Biswas.

Saves: OM — Alex Sellman 11

Meade — 12, Wilde Lake (0-5) — 11

Goals: WL — Katie Aubin 3, Josie Pittman 3, Nicki Blair 2, Aliyah Hodges, Maddie Ives, Diamonique Service.

Assists: WL — Katie Aubin 2, Hope Kahn.

Saves: WL — Laura McHale 10.

Halftime: 6-5, Wilde Lake

Severna Park — 15, Centennial (2-5) — 8

Northeast — 19, Hammond (3-5) — 4

Arundel — 17, River Hill (3-6) — 7

Mt. Hebron (7-1) — 13, Annapolis — 8

SOFTBALL:

Glenelg (7-1, 8-3) — 11, Howard (6-2, 7-4) — 10

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Ho ... 005 500 0 10-15-2

G ..... 000 092 x 11-14-3

Glenelg’s Sage Huber went 4-for-5 and had a game-winning double that scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. The Gladiators trailed 10-0 when they scored nine runs in the bottom of the fifth inning, and the offense was led by Katie Dustin, Madison Wingert, Luci Vallor and Katie McIntyre, who all had RBIs in the frame. McIntyre, Dustin and Vallor all had home runs and Vallor also had a double.

Howard’s Sophie Morton went 2-for-3 with a grand slam and six RBIs, Emily Polimeni went 2-for-5 with two RBIs, Julia Colton went 2-for-4 with an RBI, Becky Merson went 2-for-4, and Paige Eakes and Katie Unkls went 2-for-5.

Reservoir (8-1, 8-3) — 17, Wilde Lake (1-8, 1-8) — 2

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Re ..... 448 10x x 17-20-0

WL ... 000 11x x 2-5-4

Reservoir’s Hunter Little had a home run and a double to lead the way offensively.

Wilde Lake’s Rachel Van Osdel went 2-for-2 with a walk and a run scored. Kasey Baird also had a big day going 1-for-2 with a double and a run scored. Adanya Koger-Hobson and Izzy Cruz also tacked on hits and Cruz and Alyson Conover picked up RBIs.

Hammond (4-4, 5-4) — 19, Oakland Mills (0-9, 0-10) — 3

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Ha ..... 457 21x x 19-6-0

OM ... 021 00x x 3-1-8

Hammond’s Olivia Goyne got her first start of the year and allowed one hit and three runs over three innings while striking out three. Jordan Rodriguez came in for the final two frames and allowed no hits and no runs. Brittany Brewer went 3-for-4 with a double and two triples and Makenzie Brooks and Amanda Weirich had doubles.

Marriotts Ridge (7-1, 7-2) — 14, Mt. Hebron (3-5, 3-6) — 4

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MR ... 634 100 0 14-18-3

MH ... 200 040 0 6-6-5

Marriotts Ridge’s Mikayla Barnard (2-for-4), Molly Nies (3-for-4) and Alex Lindahl (1-for-3) had three RBIs apiece, Ashleigh Gerber had three hits and Madi Costigan and Megan Hughes had two hits each. Hughes and Barnard combined to strike out nine batters in the first six innings.

North County — 13, Atholton (2-6, 2-7) — 3

Atholton’s Patty Drumheller went 2-for-2 and Juliet Nierle went 2-for-3 with a double.

Chapelgate (5-0 IAAM B, 6-0) — 10, St. John’s Catholic Prep — 3

BASEBALL:

Oakland Mills (3-6, 5-6) — 8, Hammond (1-8, 1-10) — 2

Senior pitcher Phil Carroll paced the Scorpions by recording 12 strikeouts and scattering three hits over 6.2 innings to earn his second victory of the season over Hammond. Golden Bears sophomore starting pitcher Tim Stryker, meanwhile, held Oakland Mills scoreless in the first two innings, striking out four of the first seven batters he faced.

In the home half of the third inning, junior Ben Atkins led off with a stand-up double, and by time the inning ended, Atkins and four other Scorpions players crossed the plate. Junior Ben Looper delivered a clutch two-RBI double in that five-run third. In the fourth, Atkins and senior Justin Birones reached on singles and Looper added an RBI double as the Scorpions scored three more runs to take an 8-0 lead. Senior Eric Barros and freshman Andrew Kell also added two hits. Tuesday’s win helped Oakland Mills match last season's win total.

Long Reach (3-6, 3-6) — 3, Atholton (4-5, 4-6) — 2

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LR — 000 030 0 3-10-2

A — 000 020 0 2-4-0

Junior Jeremy Huffman turned in another two-way gem on Tuesday afternoon. On the mound, he pitched five innings of two-run, three-hit ball while striking out seven in the win. At the plate, he went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs. He’s now batting .520 this season.

Mt. Hebron (7-2, 7-2) — 5, Howard (7-2, 9-3) — 3

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Ho — 111 000 0 3-4--2

MH — 005 000 0 5-6-2

Mt. Hebron pulled even with Howard and Reservoir for a three-way tie for second place in the county standings behind Marriotts Ridge. The Vikings did all of their offensive damage in the third inning, with Michael Mason (two hits) leading the way. Senior pitcher Alex Bolton earned the win, as he allowed three hits and struck out six over six innings. Magnus Dunn earned the save by pitching a scoreless seventh frame.

Reservoir (7-2, 8-2) — 14, Wilde Lake (1-8, 1-8) — 0 (F/5)

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Re — 205 61x x 14-13-3

WL — 000 00x x 0-2-6

Senior Patrick Joyce pitched the first four inning before giving way to junior Ryan Mahanand to close out the win. Seniors Cameron Hyder and Kevin Harrington each had three hits, while Todd DelTufo roped two doubles.

Severn — 8, Glenelg Country (6-3 MIAA B Conference, 6-5) — 2

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GCS — 000 020 0 2-6-3

SEV — 004 400 x 8-7-2

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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