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Roundup: Led by Pipik's arm and bat, No. 6 Reservoir wins Gator Invitational

T.J. Pipik stepped up his game to help No. 6 Reservoir win its Gator Invitational on Wednesday.

In the first game, Pipik (3-for-4) hit a grand slam in the five-run fourth inning to beat Bowie, 14-1, and in the championship game, he pitched two innings of relief, striking out four for the win in a 2-0 shutout over Oakland Mills.

In the second game, the Gators (12-0) scored both runs in the sixth inning on a passed ball and a single to left field. Pipik finished 4-for-7 with a homer and four RBIs.

No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 6, St. Paul's 3: Winner Ryan Wagner struck out six in five innings for the visiting Cavaliers (9-4).

No. 9 Severna Park 19, Southern 2: Brent Jones (4-for-5) hit a grand slam in the third inning and had seven RBIs to become the career RBI leader for the Falcons (7-3) with 96. Alex Ramsey ('10) previously held the top spot with 92.

No. 11 C. Milton Wright 5, North Harford 2: Maryland-bound senior Bobby Ruse gave up two runs on seven hits, and the visiting Mustangs (8-2) used a three-run fifth inning to spark the win.

No. 15 Patterson Mill 26, Havre de Grace 3: Matt Golczewski went 4-for-4 with two doubles and six RBIs to power the host Huskies (10-1) past the Warriors. For the week, Golczewski is 8-for-9 (.889) with three doubles, eight runs, eight RBIs and 11 total bases.

Rising Sun 15, Edgewood 0: Winner Ben Dean gave up two hits and one walk and struck out eight in five innings, as the host Tigers shut out the Rams.


No. 3 Broadneck 13, Old Mill 3: Right-hander Rebekah Kiser (6-2) pitched three inings of relief and struck out four for the win. She also hit a leadoff double in the sixth inning for the host Bruins (7-2).

Girls lacrosse

No. 8 Century 13, Manchester Valley 10: Jill Remenapp had three goals and five assists to power the host Knights (6-0) past the Mavericks (5-1).

Tuesday boys lacrosse

No. 15 Loyola 8, No. 6 Boys' Latin 7: The visiting Dons (5-8) outscored the Lakers (6-5) in the second quarter by 5-1 and withstood a three-goal run in the fourth to pull off the upset.

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