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Anne Arundel varsity roundup, May 14: Breanna Clayton strikes out 16 in perfect game for North County softball

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action around Anne Arundel County on Friday, May 14, 2021:

SOFTBALL

North County 10, Glen Burnie 0: Breanna Clayton pitched a perfect game, striking out 16 out of the 18 batters she faced, to lead the Knights (4-0) past the Gophers (2-2).

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Offensively, Skylar Barton had a single, double and two RBIs. Isabella Seaborn Coates had a double and an RBI, Rebecca Gottleib had a single, triple, and an RBI, and Josephine Sears had a double and two RBIs for North County.

South River 16, Southern 2: The Seahawks (3-1) jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back against the Bulldogs (0-4).

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South River led by Alyssa Smith and Gracie Solarz, who both had three hits and three RBIs. Kenzie McLellan had two doubles and two RBIs, Catherine Shaffer had four hits and two RBIs, Dusty Nose had hits in all five at-bats, and Rose Riley had three hits and an RBI.

Selena Sanchez had the lone hit — a double — and scored a run for Southern.

Old Mill 4, Arundel 3: Bryn Mulzer had five strikeouts and walked two while Emily Gordon and Kaitlyn Matheny led the offense as the Patriots (2-2) beat the Wildcats (1-2).

For Arundel, Sam Cinotti and Savannah Brooks went 2-4, Meagan Walker went 1-2 and Sanaa Brown (double) and Sierra Williams (3 RBIs) went 1-4.

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Chesapeake 18, Annapolis 0: Ali Kunes threw a five-shutout innings, allowing one hit while striking out 15, and went 2-2 with three runs scored at the plate to lead the Cougars (4-0) past the Panthers (0-4).

Sam Larkin went 4-4 with two doubles a homer and three RBIs, Jerzie Nutile finished 3-4 with a triple, a home run, three RBIs and three runs scores, and Ava Cicchehi went 1-2 with a double, two runs scored and an RBI for Chesapeake.

BASEBALL

Spalding 9, McDonogh 0: Eddie Sargent pitched five shutout frames, allowing two hits and no runs while punching out 10 and walking one in to lead the No. 1 seed Cavaliers past the No. 9 seed Eagles in MIAA A Conference playoff action.

Spalding tallied three runs in the third inning. The offensive firepower was led by Brady Hannon and Cody Sharman, who each had RBIs in the inning.

The Cavs will host No. 4 Calvert Hall or No. 5 John Carroll on Monday.

South River 3, Southern 2: Aiden Cassilly pitched four innings allowing three hits and two runs while striking out seven for the Seahawks (3-1). Cael Huyer and Noah Reeder both went 2-3.

Noah Cullen threw four innings, allowing two hits and an earned run for the Bulldogs (1-3). Offensively, Southern was led by Michael Martin, who went 1-3 with a run scored.

Severna Park 5, Northeast 2: Daniel Parkison allowed five hits and two runs over 4 ⅔ innings, striking out five, as the Falcons (4-0) defeated the Eagles (0-4).

Northeast got things started in the first inning when Tyler Covahey doubled on a 2-1 count, scoring a run. Severna Park knotted the game up at one in the top of the third inning, when Jackson Merrill (3-4) tripled on a 3-1 count, scoring one run. After Severna Park scored one run in the top of the fifth, Northeast answered with one of their own.

Severna Park scored when Luke Herz hit a solo homer and the Eagles answered when Jake Connolly singled on a 1-0 count, scoring a run.

The Falcons pulled away for good with three runs in the fourth inning when Ben Horgan singled on a 3-1 count, driving in a run, Robert Weaver drew a walk to score another, and Merrill had an RBI single on a 1-1 count.

Tyler Covahey took the loss for Northeast as he allowed six hits and four runs over four innings, striking out three. Connolly went 2-2 at the plate.

Old Mill 7, Arundel 3: Ty Jacoby pitched 5 ⅓ innings, struck out nine and surrendered an earned run to earn the win for the Patriots (4-0) against the Wildcats (2-2).

Shane Emerson got the save with 1 ⅔ innings of relief. Christian Murphy and Myles Fulton each drove in two runs, and Stephen Mollhan had two hits for Old Mill.

Thomas Loughry pitched four innings of two-hit relief for Arundel. Michael Taylor went 2-3 and Blair Baisden finished 2-2 with an RBI. Jake Long added a triple and John Greenawalt contributed an RBI for the Wildcats.

Glen Burnie 1, North County 0: The Gophers (1-3) scored the only run of the game on an error in the first inning to hand the Knights (3-1) their first loss of the season.

Jacob McDonald earned the win for Glen Burnie, surrendering no runs on one hit while striking out 12 and walking two over 6 ⅔ innings. Mike Hanewich got the final out to earn the save. Alan Fangman and Colby James each had hits for Glen Burnie.

Thor Hildebrand took the loss for North County. He lasted 6 ⅓ innings, allowing two hits and one run while striking out five. Landon Reyes had the lone hit for the Knights.

Broadneck 14, Meade 6: Chase Stone pitched two innings, allowing three runs on three hits while striking out two and walking one, while Andrew Kille, Nick Stergiou and Andrew Holman all put in work in relief out of the bullpen to lead the Bruins (3-1) against the Mustangs (1-3).

Broadneck had nine hits to Meade’s five and pulled away in the second inning. Jack Holmes was hit by a pitch, driving in a run, Geisel drew a walk, scoring a run, and an error scored two more. Then Stergiou, who also homered in the sixth, doubled, driving in another, and Joe Robertson drove in two more with a double.

St. Paul’s 5, Severn 0: The No. 7 seed Admirals were shut out in MIAA B Conference playoff action by the second-seeded Crusaders.

Gavin Schut and Campbell Grimes did all they could on the mound to give Severn a chance but the offense couldn’t muster much with only Tommy Castleberry and Matthew Hoyt reaching base. The Admirals will get another shot to stay alive in the double-elimination tournament on Monday against an opponent to be determined.

Chesapeake 13, Annapolis 3

GIRLS LACROSSE

North County 20, Meade 0: Emily Hood scored three goals while Grace Barry, Lily Castle, Natalia Cosentino, Olivia Castle, Alyssa Yost, and Sydney Bolinger each netted a pair to lead the Knights (1-2) to a shutout win against the Mustangs (0-3).

Natalia Yost had three assists and Jaclyn Bange made three saves to aid North County, which led 16-0 at halftime.

Severna Park 16, Annapolis 1: Delanie Abere, Charlotte Diez (1 assist), Hailey Betch (5 draw controls), Kaila Stasulli (1 assist) and Sophia Miller each scored twice to lead the Falcons (2-1) versus the Panthers (1-2).

Maddy Goger (1 goal), Theresa Bragg (1 goal), Emma Marsh (1 goal, 4 assists), Gen Mullervy (1 assist), Emily Lamoureax (1 goal), Stella Bordone (1 goal), Abby Kavanaugh (1 goal), Molly Goeller (1 assist), Karli Kirchenheiter (3 draws), Sarah Krause (1 save) and Ada Munch (2 saves) also got on the scoresheet for Severna Park.

For Annapolis, Elsa Skinner had the goal while Cora Williams made 11 saves.

Southern 19, Northeast 2: Sierra Suplee had three goals and three assists, Erin Gulden had six goals and one assist, and Lyndsay Miller had four goals and one assist to help the Bulldogs (2-1) beat the Eagles (0-3).

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Emmie Mudd had four goals and Ashlynn Deans had one goal, while Jordan Wheeler led the game with seven draws and also had a goal for Southern.

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Chesapeake 18, Glen Burnie 2: Abby Warner had five goals and Charlotte Alexander scored four to lead the Cougars (2-1) against the Gophers (1-2).

Chole Giordano had a goal and three assists, Addison Widmer added two goals and a helper, Avery Sesney scored a goal and assisted two, and Lexi Myers, Abby Dunn, Rachel Snyder, Georgia Spangler each contributed a goal for Chesapeake, which won 14 draw controls.

Julia Dominguez and Megan Helinski scored for Glen Burnie, which trailed 12-1 at halftime. Madison Dietrich had five saves.

South River 16, Old Mill 13: Taylor Miles scored five goals and added an assist while Breelyn Geist added four goals and an assist as the Seahawks (3-0) topped the Patriots (1-2).

Caleb Norton added four goals and Kinley Parker and Reilly Masente scored one apiece. Natalie Flor had a goal and an assist, and Mylie Norton made four saves in goal for South River. Kara Hunt had three assists.

Allyna Threatt scored five goals and added an assist and Haley Hodak added five goals for Old Mill. Elaina Creekmore scored two goals, Carsyn Smith scored one goal and Olivia Olin had an assist. Alana Remillard made five saves in the loss.

The two teams were even at halftime, 5-5.

Broadneck 12, Arundel 5

BOYS LACROSSE

Indian Creek 15, Park 14: The Eagles (8-4) came from behind to beat Park in an MIAA B Conference quarterfinal.

Nick Stroble (3 goals) scored on an assist from Benny Carter (2 goals, 3 assists) to tie the game at 13 with three minutes left, and Stroble scored again to give Indian Creek the lead. Roddy House (1 goal, 1 assist) netted another to make it 15-13. Will Mercer scored a team-high five goals while Cole Turner had four goals and two assists in Indian Creek’s first-ever win in MIAA B tournament action.

The Eagles will play at top-seeded Archbishop Curley in the semifinals on Tuesday.

Key 18, Chapelgate 1: Owen Wood registered eight points on four goals and four assists while Reid Chapman also had eight point with a hat trick and five helpers in leading the No. 1 seed Obezags past the No. 8 seed Yellojackets in MIAA C Conference quarterfinal action.

Teddy Fleming added four goals and an assist and Hudson Smith and Jaeden Clarke both potted two goals. James Madison had a goal and won 13 of 16 faceoffs.

Key will host No. 4 seed Beth Tfiloh Wednesday at 4 p.m. in the semifinals.

North County 22, Meade 0: Austin Bishoff netted four goals and added an assist, Mitchell Bennett piled in five goals, Josh Martel totaled six points on two strikes and four helpers and Julian Burgess had a hat trick to go with his three assists as the Knights (1-2) cruised past the Mustangs (0-3).

Caelen Young (3 goals, 1 assist), Zach Fields (1 goal), Connor Lyons (1 assist), and Nick Mahoney (3 goals, 1 assist) also registered points for North County. Defensively, goalkeeper Richard Cromwell made two saves.

Severna Park 19, Annapolis 2: Charlie Evans had five goals and an assist, Kyle Griffith tallied four assists and a goal and Kurt Klaus has five points on three goals and two helpers to lead the Falcons (3-0) past the Panthers (1-2). Colin Shadowens won 16 out of 18 faceoffs.

Southern 12, Northeast 6: Ryan Gregoire had two goals and three assists, Carter Moon had two goals and three assists, and Josh Pomerleau tallied a hat trick to lead the Bulldogs (2-1) against the Eagles (0-3).

Garrett Simi (2 goals, 1 assist), Tyler Wedick (1 goal, 2 assists) and Mason McGivern (2 goals, 2 assists) also got on the scoresheet for Southern, which jumped out to a 7-1 lead in the first quarter. Brady Gaunter made 16 saves and Drew Ruel won 14 of 23 faceoffs.

Reece Cianfrani had three goals and an assist to lead Northeast, while Brian Abrams, Cole Miller and Scott Czyz each scored once.

Chesapeake 17, Glen Burnie 3: The Cougars (2-1) jumped out to an early 5-0 lead and rolled against the Gophers (1-2). improved to 2-1, while the Gophers fall to 1-2.

Eric Wagonhoffer had five goals and two assists, Blaine Smith added two goals and an assist and Nathaniel Enoch struck twice for Chesapeake. Dalton Young also had a goal and three assists, and Nate Rosado had two goals to go with two helpers.

For Glen Burnie, Caleb Smith, Travis Peach and Ben Locklear scored goals while David Tallman had an assist and won 15 of 18 faceoffs. The Gophers won the first seven faceoffs but Chesapeake took an early advantage anyway. Glen Burnie scored the first two goals of the second quarter, cutting the deficit to three before the Cougars pulled away.

South River 16, Old Mill 8: The Seahawks (3-0) won their road opener against the Patriots (1-2) as junior attackmen Connor Chick and Kyle Matlick led the way with six and five points, respectively. Chick had three goals and three assists while Matlick had five goals.

Kevin O’Brien was dominant at the faceoff X, winning 20 of 25, and Greg Usher recorded five saves and Kai Bender recorded three. Jackson Shoemaker (1 goal), Jacob Beyer (1 goal, 1 assist), Andy Foy (1 goal, 1 assist), Lucas Sipe (1 goal), Jake Travis (1 goal) Justin Martin (1 goal, 2 assists) and Henry Sykes (2 goals, 1 assist) also found the scoresheet for South River.

Broadneck 11, Arundel 7

TENNIS

Severna Park 9, Crofton 0: The Falcons improved to 2-0 with a sweep of the host Cardinals.

In boys’ action, No. 1 singles player Chris Preston beat Sam Biddle 6-0, 6-0. In No. 2 boys singles, John Melles defeated Sam Dominguez 6-0, 6-0. In No. 1 boys doubles, Charlie Herman and Lucas Fuhrmann beat Jackson Smith and Owen Kramarsic 6-0, 6-0. In No. 2 doubles, Ryan Davis and Nick Patrick defeated Kayin Harding and AJ Donnelly 6-0, 6-0.

In mixed doubles, Zoe Day and Kiran Spencer defeated Laihla Stevens and Myles Thorpe 6-0, 6-0.

In girls’ action, No. 1 singles player Sydney Mudd won her match due to Sophie Cox’s injury. In No. 2 singles, Severna Park’s Lylah Mudd defeated Eliana Lewis 6-0, 6-2. In No. 1 doubles, Katelyn Haufe and Grace Warner beat Lily Haseltine and Isabel Madison 6-1, 6-0. In No. 2 doubles, Marilyn Koppold and Elizabeth Opladen beat Faith Kim and Abby Baird 6-0, 6-0.

Annapolis 5, Arundel 4: The Panthers (1-1) won five of nine matches to get their first win.

In No. 1 boys singles, Wildcats’ J. Adams defeated Connor Walters, 6-2, 6-2. In No. 2 boys singles, Wildcats’ Sam Schut defeated Sean Johanson, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. In No. 1 girls singles, Panthers’ Catherine Gilman defeated Emily Dodd, 6-0, 6-0. In No. 2 girls singles, Panthers’ Camden Shultz defeated Phoebe Budd, 7-6, 6-3.

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In No. 1 boys doubles, Wildcats’ Matthew Linke and Luke Voge defeated Noah Heimann and Will Francis, 2-6, 7-5, 1-0. In No. 2 boys doubles, Panthers’ Danny Boy Fitzgerald and Will Smith defeated Wyatt Brown and Tyler Heyter, 6-3, 6-2. In No. 1 girls doubles, Panthers’ April Clagett and Leah Marcus defeated Ava Yost and Saffron Hayes, 6-3, 6-1. In No. 2 girls doubles, Wildcats’ Karley Patrick and Sariah Golfbrenner defeated Sammy Hooper and Jemma Bates, 7-5, 6-4.

In mixed, Panthers’ John Buell and Bella Nudelman won by default.

Old Mill 8, Glen Burnie 1: The Patriots (2-0) won their second straight while the Gophers fell to 0-2.

In singles action, Old Mill’s No. 1 Brendan She beat Nick Mullen 6-1, 6-1. At boys No. 2, Old Mill’s Ryan Williams defeated Sebastian Surprenant 6-0, 6-3. At girls No. 1, Glen Burnie’s Kristin Hall beat Siyu Chen 6-0, 6-1. At girls’ No. 2, Old Mill’s Madison Runk defeated Natalie Mullen 6-2, 6-1.

In doubles action, Old Mill’s boys No. 1 team of Yash Gulanti and Garrett DiBenio beat Matt Henson and George Schrauder III, 6-1, 6-0. At boys No. 2 doubles, Old Mill’s Rohan Sarnaik and Harvir Guhman beat Sokheng “Sunny” Ly and George Palm, 6-0, 6-0. In No. 1 girls doubles, Old Mill’s Maggie Hampson and Isana Williams defeated Princella Antwi and Patricia Santos 6-1, 3-6, 10-8. At No. 2 girls doubles, Old Mill’s Christine Cinquanto and Vivian Maneval beat Sabine Isheja Kezan and Laiba Saeed 6-1, 6-4.

In mixed doubles, Old Mill’s Tyler Blatzheim and Blessing Samuels won by forfeit.

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

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