Dons' Rogers blanks No. 3 Archbishop Spalding, 2-0

Right-hander Sam Rogers pitched a five-hit shutout Thursday as visiting Loyola upset No. 3 Archbishop Spalding, 2-0, in baseball.

Rogers (3-1) struck out six in his second consecutive shutout. He blanked Plum High School (Pittsburgh) in Tampa, Fla., last Friday by a score of 1-0.


No. 14 Mount de Sales 5, John Carroll 2: Right-hander Ashley Lewinski (2-2) struck out 13 for the host Sailors (2-2). The Patriots scored a run in the fifth and seventh innings.

No. 4 Seton Keough 2, Century 1: With the game tied at 1 in the eighth inning, Morgan Scardina hit a line drive to right field to bring home the winning run for the host Gators (1-1).

Boys lacrosse

No. 4 Boys' Latin 10, Culver Academy (Ind.) 9: The host Lakers (6-1) came back after being down a goal and held off a late rally by the Eagles (3-2).

Boys' Latin trailed 5-4 in the third quarter before going on a 5-0 run.

No. 7 McDonogh 11, Western Reserve Academy (Ohio) 5: Trey McGee had a hat trick to power the host Eagles (4-2) past the Pioneers. McDonogh broke a 3-3 halftime tie by scoring five straight in the second half.

Girls lacrosse

No. 3 Marriotts Ridge 9, Glenelg 7: Five unanswered goals in the second half gave the Gladiators a 7-6 lead over the defending Class 3A-2A state champion Mustangs before Marriotts Ridge pulled out a victory.

—Carol Gralia, Howard County Times

No. 6 Century 27, Urbana 4: Kailey Wolfe and Alice Mercer led the way with four goals apiece and the host Knights (4-0) had a 16-4 advantage at the break.

No. 13 Broadneck 11, Queen Anne's 10: Ellie McNulty had a hat trick to lead the host Bruins (3-1) past the Lions.

No. 15 Winters Mill 9, Westminster 8: Madison Cyr scored four of her five goals in the second half to lead the host Falcons (3-1) past the Owls (1-2).

Boys tennis

Loyola 3, McDonogh 2: The visiting Dons (2-0) beat the Eagles (1-1) for the first time in 12 years. The No. 1 doubles match became the deciding factor, with Loyola's Ross Stotesberry and Colin Densmore coming away with a 6-2, 7-5 decision. McDonogh has won 17 of 24 MIAA AConference championships.

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