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Anne Arundel varsity roundup, May 12: Severna Park baseball blanks Glen Burnie to stay perfect

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action around Anne Arundel County on Wednesday, May 12, 2021:

BASEBALL

Severna Park 13, Glen Burnie 0: The Falcons (3-0) scored seven runs in the second inning and beat the Gophers (0-3) in five innings. Conor Eaton got the win for Severna Park, while Sean Foreman pitched three innings of scoreless relief with four strikeouts.

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Offensively, Tucker McDonough went 2-4 with five RBIs and Jackson Merrill finished 1-2 with a home run and two RBIs. Ben McLay and James Henson both had two hits and Drew Crowley had a double.

North County 2, Annapolis 1: Landon Reyes’s single in the bottom of the seventh inning lifted the Knights (3-0) to a walk-off win against the Panthers (0-3).

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The pitching was strong on both sides. North County’s Bobby Hardesty struck out nine, allowing three hits and one run while walking none in seven innings. For Annapolis, freshman Josh Ryan yielded six hits and two runs while striking out one over 6 ⅓ innings.

Donnie White, Austin Carter, Thor Hildebrand, Reyes, Carson Lowman, and Kyle Lowman all had one hit to lead the Knights.

South River 7, Northeast 4: Brian Ferranti pitched 6 ⅔ innings, giving up four hits and striking out six for the Seahawks (2-1). 

Offensively, South River was paced by Cael Huyer, who went 3-4 with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored, as well as Ferranti and Jack Donovan, who each finished the day 2-3.

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The Eagles (0-3) were led offensively by Aden Stankiewicz (1-3, double, two RBIs, run).

Old Mill 12, Southern 3: Eric Mondragon had two doubles and two RBI, Myles Fulton had three hits, and Daniel Villegas had two hits to pace the Patriots (3-0) against the Bulldogs (1-2). Christian Murphy pitched six innings and struck out six for Old Mill.

Arundel 14, Meade 5: Gary Gubbings picked up the win, going 4 ⅔ innings and scattering five hits for the Wildcats (2-1) against the Mustangs (1-2).

Leading the offense for the Arundel were Michael Taylor, who went 2-3 with a double, triple, and an RBI, Chris Ricks, who finished 3-3, and Corbin Warner, who had a triple and three RBIs. Anthony D’Urso and Jayden Borza had doubles and one RBI apiece, and Jake Long picked up a RBI.

Broadneck 8, Chesapeake 6

SOFTBALL

Northeast 12, South River 10: The Eagles (1-1) scored three runs in the top of the eighth inning and beat the Seahawks (2-1) in extras.

South River had four-run innings in the third and sixth. Catherine Shaffer went 4-5 with a triple, two doubles, and a single. Jaclyn Bredenkamp was 3-5 and drove in three runs. The Seahawks left the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh and eighth innings.

Old Mill 17, Southern 0: Reagan McCoy went 3-5 with three doubles and four RBIs, Grace Crawford finished 3-4 with two RBIs, and Olivia Byrd went 3-4 with a walk and an RBI as the Patriots (1-2) won their first game of the season. Madalyn Cooper pitched five shutout innings, allowing three hits and no runs or walks while striking out eight.

North County 21, Annapolis 0: Breanna Clayton pitched two innings and had four strikeouts and Rebecca Gottleib went three innings and had eight strikeouts to lead the Knights (3-0) past the Panthers (0-3).

Linsey Voorhese had three singles and two RBIs, Isabella Seaborn-Coates and Courtney Leisner each had two singles and two RBIs, and Rebecca Gottleib had three singles, a triple, and four RBIs for North County.

Chesapeake 20, Broadneck 0: The Cougars improved to 3-0 and scored double-digit runs for the third time to start the season.

Jerzie Nutile and Kendall Thomas combined on a one-hit shutout. Nutile recorded her second win while also going 2-3 with three runs scores, two doubles and two RBIs. Thomas went 1-4 and scored three runs while tallying an RBI. Devan Wenger went 1-2 with a triple, two RBIs and three runs scored, Sam Larkin went 2-3 with a triple and two RBIs, Ali Kunes went 1-2 with a triple and an RBI, and Sophia Bianco had four walks, an RBI and two runs scored.

Julia Kouhi had the sole hit for the Bruins (1-2) with a double.

Severna Park 11, Glen Burnie 10

GIRLS LACROSSE

Indian Creek 14, Pallotti 8: The Eagles won an IAAM C Conference semifinal to advance to the championship game, where the Eagles will face Beth Tfiloh at Mercy High School at noon on Sunday.

Indian Creek was led by Megan Bunker (7 goals, 1 assist and 15 draw controls), Mia Putzi (2 goals, 1 assist) and Sophee Gomberg (2 goals). Chipping in with a goal each were Kallie Huff and Abbi Bach, and Cali Schwerdtfeger also had a goal and distinguished herself all over the field with strong defensive play. Elia Alewine continued her strong season with 10 saves in the goal.

Park 13, AACS 10: The Eagles lost in an IAAM B Conference semifinal to end their season.

TENNIS

North County 5, Crofton 4: The Knights (2-0) won five of nine matches against the Cardinals (0-2).

In No. 1 boys singles, Crofton’s Sam Biddle beat Jimmy Flanagan 6-2, 6-3; in No. 1 girls’ singles, North County’s Elaina Budd defeated Sophie Cox 6-1, 6-1. In No. 2 boys’ singles, North County’s Owen Montgomery defeated Sam Dominguez 6-1, 6-4; in No. 2 girls’ singles, Crofton’s Eliana Lewis bested Aly Geckle 1-6, 6-4, 10-5.

In No. 1 boys’ doubles, North County’s Mahmoud and Mohamed Sary beat Jackson Smith and Owen Kramarsic 7-5, 6-0; in No. 1 girls’ doubles, Crofton’s Lily Haseltine and Isabel Madison defeated Kaylin Sheffield and Ella Morgan 6-4, 6-4. In No. 2 boys’ doubles, North County’s Hassan Khan and Alexander Doersam beat AJ Donnelly and Jaylin Harding 7-6, 6-3; in No. 2 girls’ doubles, North County’s Ema Rajala and Wendy Hogwin beat Sahmi Clark and Faith Kim 6-1, 6-1.

In mixed doubles, Crofton’s Myles Thorpe and Sophie Cox beat Mataus Passana and Elizabeth Voronin 6-1, 6-1.

Don’t see scores from your favorite team? Email scores and stats to timschwartz@capgaznews.com and kfominykh@baltsun.com.

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