Digest: Kelly's goal lifts No. 17 North Carolina men's lacrosse over No. 11 Duke in OT, 17-16

Patrick Kelly (Calvert Hall) scored the winning goal in overtime to lift No. 17 North Carolina (6-4, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) to a 17-16 win over No. 11 Duke. The visiting Blue Devils (7-5, 1-1) scored twice in the final 1:15 of regulation to force overtime. Leading 8-6 with 7:38 to play in the second quarter, the Tar Heels were held scoreless for 16:44 as Duke took a 10-8 lead in the third quarter. Myles Jones had five goals and six assists for a career-high 11 points for the Blue Devils. Steve Pontrello scored six goals for North Carolina.

Women's lacrosse: No. 10 Stanford scored the game's final four goals and the Cardinal (6-2, 1-0 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) earned a 9-5 win over visiting Denver (4-5, 1-1). … Nicole Troost scored five goals to lead No. 16 Massachusetts (8-0, 1-0 Atlantic 10 Conference) to a 15-5 win over host Saint Joseph's (1-8, 0-1). … Olivia Monteiro scored five goals to help Stevenson (3-7, 1-0 Middle Atlantic Conference) earn a 15-6 win over host Alvernia (4-3, 0-1).


Men's basketball: Louisville's Damion Lee (Calvert Hall) had six points and three rebounds but the East fell to the West, 89-85, in the NCAA all-star game in Houston.

Baseball: Freshman Marty Costes (Archbishop Curley) hit a two-run home run in the sixth inning, but host Maryland (13-13) fell, 7-2, to High Point (19-7).


Gilman grad Jones, area prospects work out for team officials

Alabama cornerback Cyrus Jones, a former Gilman standout, worked out for Ravens team officials at the Under Armour Performance facility Friday, along with several other local prospects. Alabama inside linebacker Reggie Ragland, who is being featured on the NFL Network's "Path to the Draft," will be at the Ravens facility Sunday, according to the network. The Ravens worked out about 40 local draft prospects Friday. The group included Maryland defensive back Sean Davis, Maryland defensive lineman Quinton Jefferson, Auburn cornerback Blake Countess (Owings Mills, Good Counsel), Temple defensive back Tavon Young (Potomac), Toledo wide receiver Alonzo Russell (Washington) and Temple defensive back Alex Wells (Overlea).

--Jeff Zrebiec

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BCL Hall of Fame Banquet set for May 3 in Ellicott City

The Baltimore Catholic League will induct nine players, one coach, one contributor and one pathfinder at its annual Hall of Fame Banquet, set for 6:30 p.m. May 3 at Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City. The nine players to be inducted are Norman Black, Cardinal Gibbons, 1975; Keon Chavez, St.Frances, 1995; Jeff Cross, Mount Saint Joseph, 1976; Paul Feeley, Loyola Blakefield, 1971; Rodney Gibson, St. Maria Goretti, 2001; Leroy Keller, Archbishop Curley, 1980; Danny Robinson, Towson Catholic, 1991; Derrick Snowden, Archbishop Spalding, 2000; and James "Pop" Tubman, Calvert Hall, 1982. Legendary St. Frances coach William Wells also will be inducted, along with Cardinal Gibbons graduates Pat Maggio (1969) as a contributor, and Jean Fugett (1968) as a pathfinder. Saint Joseph's men's basketball coach Phil Martelli will be the ceremony's keynote speaker. Former Baltimore Sun sports reporter Paul McMullen will be the emcee. The banquet is open to the public for the first time with tickets limited. Cost is $75 per person or $750 per table of 10. For tickets, make checks payable to Baltimore Catholic League Hall of Fame. Send to Michele Connor, c/o Mount Saint Joseph High School, 4403 Frederick Road, Baltimore 21229. For more information, contact Connor at the school at 410-644-3300 ext. 330 or by email at

Glenn Graham

Boxing: The first televised bout Friday night of the Premier Boxing Champions on Spike TV featured Baltimore super featherweight Gervonta "Tank" Davis, a fighter with Floyd Mayweather Jr. Promotions, dispatching Mexico's Guillermo Avila 29 seconds into Round 6. Davis (15-0, 14 knockouts) landed four straight lefts, including a blow that dislodged Avila's mouthpiece, prompting referee Michelle Myers to halt the proceedings. In the main event, Adrien Broner (32-2, 24 KOs) stopped Ashley Theophane (39-7-1) in the ninth round, leaving the World Boxing Association super lightweight title vacant. The fight was supposed to be Broner's first defense, but he weighed in four-tenths of a pound over the 140-pound limit Thursday and was stripped of the title.

Gene Wang, The Washington Post

Baseball: Former Orioles right-hander Jeremy Guthrie has agreed to terms on a minor league deal with the San Diego Padres. Guthrie will be assigned to Triple-A El Paso. He was granted his release by the Texas Rangers on Monday.

American Professional Basketball League: The Bay Area Shuckers earned a No. 2 seed in the Atlantic Conference and a first-round bye for the postseason, which began Thursday. The Shuckers will host a second-round game at 7 p.m. next Saturday against the Rockville Victors or D.C. Funk House.