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Howard County varsity roundup, March 29

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Here’s a roundup of the varsity action around Howard County on Friday, March 29, 2019:

BOYS LACROSSE:

River Hill (2-1 county, 2-2 overall) — 10, Mt. Hebron (0-2, 1-2) — 9

Goals: RH — Max Friedman 6, Josh Weingrad 2, Jack Burns 1, Tyler Hopkins 1; MH — Mateo Brown 3, Jake Krell 2, Gavin Fleck 2, Danny Herlihy 1, Aaron Krafft 1

Assists: RH — Weingrad 2, Burns 1; MH — Brown 2, Fleck 1

Saves: RH — Kevin Hickey 9; MH — Cody Stockenberg 8

Halftime: 5-4, Mt. Hebron

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Glenelg (2-0, 3-0) — 20, Atholton (1-2, 1-2) — 5

Goals: G — Michael Doughty 3, Tyler Reiff 3, Eric Gruber 3, Ryan Hopkins 2, Cole Iannarino 2, Griffin Doyle 2, James Buch 2, Justin Silk 1, Kevin Doughty 1, Dom Galgano 1; A — Brian Tarantino 2, Nolan Krasnick 1, Malcolm Jones 1, Justin Ahmuty 1

Assists: G — M. Doughty 3, K. Doughty 2, Hopkins 2, Iannarino 1, Kyle Dry 1, John Goodman 1, Trey Fleece 1; A — None

Saves: G — Charlie Wendel 8; A — Ben Dotson 6

Halftime: 9-3, Glenelg

Centennial (3-0, 4-0) — 13, Reservoir (1-2, 1-3) — 7

Goals: C — Peter Krawczyk 5, Charlie Hockersmith 2, Jackson DeCarlo 2, Connor Carpenter 1, Ty Sams 1, Ryan Firebaugh 1, Thomas Morton 1; Re — Talon Campbell 4, Sean Maruschak 2, Ethan Gantz 1

Assists: C — Sams 3, Andrew Hockersmith 2, C. Hockersmith 1, Shawn Kruhm 1, Jake Ritter 1; Re — Campbell 3, S. Maruschak 1

Saves: C — Alex Kauffman 2, Masaki Maeda 6; Re — Nickolas Hoover 9, Xavier Ochoa 4

Halftime: 9-0, Centennial

Howard (1-1, 2-1) — 9, Bel Air — 5

Goals: Ho — Colin Sutch 2, Nathan Boone 2, Henry Frazier IV 2, Colin Hunter 2, Will Drnach 1

Assists: Ho — Jeff Bruner 1, Frazier IV 1, Drnach 1

Saves: Ho — Matt Hubbard 14, James Peters 1

Glenelg Country (3-0 MIAA-B, 4-1) — 12, Friends School — 9

Goals: GCS — R. Martin 2, T. McKneely 2, J. Welsh 2, M. Palmisano 1, C. Malone 1, R. Buscher 1, F. Schmidt 1, W. Hopkins 1, J. Bhatnagar 1

Assists: GCS — W. Hopkins 2, J. Welsh 1, R. Martin 1

Saves: GCS — B. Braney 16

Halftime: 8-7, Glenelg Country

Edgewood — 8, Hammond (0-1, 0-2) — 5

Goals: Ha — Nate Palmer 2, Chase Clark 2, Will Bradley 1

Assists: Ha — Clark 2, Bradley 1 Sebastian Reed 1

BASEBALL:

Reservoir (2-2, 2-2) — 12, Wilde Lake (0-4, 0-5) — 2 (5 innings)

Nick Helmick pitches all five Innings and had no earned runs for the Gators. He also hit a solo home run and scored three runs.

Howard (3-1, 3-1) — 11, Hammond (1-3, 1-3) — 1 (6 innings)

Senior Ryan Kulick started on the mound for the Lions and went three scoreless innings to get the win. Seniors Chris Horn (two innings) and Austin Foard (one inning) pitched in relief. At the plate, senior Jerras Murray led the offense with a three-hit day and junior Will Simmons had a double and three RBIs.

Mt. Hebron (4-0, 4-0) — 8, Centennial (2-2, 2-3) — 3

Finn Devine pitched 5.2 strong innings, scattering four hits and striking out four for the Vikings. Tim VanNetta earned the win in relief. Mt. Hebron’s offense was led by Josh Barke, who had two hits and three RBIs, and Nick Greco, who had two hits, including a triple.

Zach Steen pitched five strong innings for the Eagles and struck out nine.

Marriotts Ridge (3-1, 4-1) — 9, Oakland Mills (0-4, 1-4) — 1

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River Hill (3-1, 3-2) — 11, Long Reach (2-2, 2-2) — 6

GIRLS LACROSSE:

Glenelg (2-0, 3-0) — 21, Atholton (1-2, 2-2) — 0

Goals: G — Birckhead 4, Emma LeTellier 3, Sarah Cipolla 2, Arterburn 2, Murphy 2, Shumaker 2, Nalls 2, Kennedy 1, Giampalmo 1, Crawford 1, Morali 1.

Assists: G — Sarah Cipolla 3, Emma LeTellier 2, Shumaker 2, Kennedy 1, Nalls 1, Arterburn 1, Morali 1.

Saves: G — 0; A — Devin Bautz 6, Kyleigh Eaton 4.

Half: 14-0 G.

Centennial (3-0, 3-0) — 14, Reservoir (1-2, 1-3) — 3

Goals: C — Carolina Pellegrini 3, Marissa Lagera 3, Lou Lagera 2, Lily Sullivan 2, Rasa Welsh 2, Eliza Andrew 1, Samantha Suhrcke 1; Re — Kat Thayer 2, Annabelle Salkeld 1.

Assists: C — Lou Lagera 2, Marissa Lagera 1, Carolina Pellegrini 1.

Saves: C — Sarah Thorman 2; Re — Caileigh Sullivan 5.

Half: 11-0 C.

Bel Air — 13, Howard (1-2) — 9

SOFTBALL:

River Hill (4-0, 4-0) — 12, Long Reach (1-2, 1-2) — 0

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Hammond (4-0, 4-1) — 4, Howard (3-1, 3-2) — 1

The Golden Bears remained unbeaten in county play, scoring all four of their runs between the final two innings and getting a shutdown pitching performance from Brittany Brewer.

Brewer added two hits and a RBI at the plate. Abbie Weirich also added a pair of hits and a RBI for Hammond.

Paige Eakes had a pair of hits in the loss for Howard, while sophomore pitcher Samantha Hobert struck out seven in a complete-game effort.

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Centennial (2-2, 2-3) — 7, Mt. Hebron (2-2, 2-3) — 4 (10 innings)

A strong performance from junior Jordan Hinz at pitcher and at the plate helped the Eagles outlast the Vikings in a 10-inning instant classic. The game was scoreless through the first seven innings.

Hinz ended up going 3-3 with 2 RBI at the plate and holding the Vikings off as the game wore on.

In the top of the eighth, Lauren Marcotte doubled to score Sarah Phelps and Hinz hit a sacrifice fly to score Marcotte to give the Eagles a 2-0 lead. Mt. Hebron then answered with two runs of its own to keep the game going.

Neither team scored in the ninth, but Centennial finally got its bats going in the 10th. Hinz, Esther Kim and Jenna Torres all picked up RBI to make it 5-2 and then Gussie Ruckdeschel increased the lead to five runs with a 2-RBI double to right center.

Mt. Hebron kept pushing, getting two more runs in the bottom half of the 10th but ultimately fell just short. The Vikings were led on the afternoon by Bri Hoskinson (3-5), Eliza Munns (2-5, 2 RBI, 2 runs) and Alex Wendt (2-5, RBI).

Centennial’s offensive stars in addition to Hinz were Marcotte (2-3, RBI, 2 runs, double), Phelps (2-5, double, run) and Torres (2-5, RBI).

Big defensive plays for the Eagles came from Torres in right field in the bottom of the first and Phelps snagging a line drive in centerfield during the 10th inning.

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Marriotts Ridge (2-1, 2-1) — 22, Oakland Mills (0-4, 0-4) — 0

The Mustangs scored 11 in the first inning on the way to bouncing back from the team’s first loss of the season the other day. Olivia Buchwald led the Marriotts Ridge offense with a 3-3 day that included 6 RBI. Madi Costigan added three hits, including a triple and 4 RBI.

Other standouts at the plate were Megan Hughes (2-2), Ashleigh Gerber (2-2) and Sydney Parkent (1-1). Alex Lindahl (four strikeouts in three innings) and Madi Costigan (four strikeouts in two innings) split the pitching for Marriotts Ridge.

Anna Seldon had a double as one of two hits for Oakland Mills.

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Reservoir (1-3, 1-3) — 16, Wilde Lake (0-4, 0-4) — 2

The Gators won their first game of the season, scoring 13 times in the first two innings and never looking back.

Rhiannon Little (2-4, double, 3 RBI, 2 runs), Maddy Davis (2-2, 3 runs, RBI), Desi Hatzakos (2-3, double, 2 runs, RBI), Maddy Jones (2-2, 2 runs, 2 RBI) Macayla Allen (2-4, 2 RBI, 2 runs) and Alyssa Kelly (2-3, 2 runs, RBI) all had multi-hit day for Reservoir. Paige Bright also added a home run and 4 RBI.

Kylee Gunkel earned the win at pitcher, allowing one run and striking out six in four innings.

Brooke Webster (RBI), Kasey Baird and Lily Richards (double, RBI) all had multiple hits in the loss for Wilde Lake. Rachel Van Osdel and Macavia Miles scored the runs

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Glenelg (3-1, 3-1) — 15, Atholton (1-3, 1-3) — 3

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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