Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action on Friday, April 29.
Bel Air 13, Havre de Grace 1: Maddie Hauff and Paige Feick each scored three for the Bobcats. Logan Cook added two goals and three assists. Natalie Burton scored the lone goal for Havre de Grace.
Severn 12, Gerstell 7: Ryan Dineen tallied three goals and two assists and Zoee Stencil added three goals and an assist to lead the Admirals to their fourth straight conference win by defeating the Falcons. Issy Leech pitched in a pair of goals and Cameron Christie, along with her defense, held Gerstell scoreless in the second half, totaling nine saves for Severn.
Liberty 19, Tuscarora 3: The Lions built a 13-2 halftime lead. Val Thompson poured in seven goals, while Riley Matthiesen had four goals and four assists. Kourtney Goff chipped in two goals. Ally Pond, Annika Wray, Caitlyn Marsicano, Jenna Evans, Emily Spampinato and Taylor Jendrek all scored.
Century 15, Mt. Hebron 11: Jasmine Stanton had five goals to lead Century. They built a commanding 11-3 lead at half. For Mt. Hebron (7-3), Jessie Barke and Olivia Hoover each had tricks. Audrey Harrington also had a hat trick for the Vikings adding two assists.
Glenelg County 17, Garrison Forest 7: Maggie Weisman led Glenelg Country with six goals in a double-digit victory. Six players scored overall and three recorded assists, including Jaclyn Marszal, who had a game-high five assists for Glenelg. Ella Kakinis and Gabby Laverghetta each had two goals in the loss for Garrison Forest.
Severna Park 12, Broadneck 8: Theresa Bragg and Karli Kirchenheiter each accounted for three goals, while Alyssa Gore-Chung netted two goals to lead the Falcons to the win over the Bruins. Charlotte Diez and Emma Marsh added a goal and an assist apiece. Sarah Krause made 11 saves for Severna Park. Olivia Orso recorded two goals and two assists for Broadneck.
Southern 12, Arundel 11: Lyndsey Miller registered five goals, two assists and five draw controls and Jordan Wheeler added two goals, one assist and a game-high 10 draw controls to lead the Bulldogs to the win over the Wildcats. Lia Huggins totaled three goals and an assist, while Emmie Mudd and Kaylee Bowen scored a goal apiece for Southern.
Old Mill 14, Northeast 3: Samantha Sobolewski had seven goals and Haley Hodak had four goals and an assist as the Patriots topped the Eagles. Heather Titus had a goal and three assists, Hannah Chavis and Addison Hoffman netted a goal apiece, Camryn Smith made two saves and Addison Guthrie stopped five shots for Old Mill. Shelby Frashure recorded two goals, Mackenzie Martini had a goa and Mackenzie Mull made eight saves for Northeast.
Long Reach 9, Hammond 7: The Lightning (3-7, 1-5 Howard County) picked up their first county victory of the season. Leah Sheinhorn, Jenna Wilson and Hannah Haber each scored twice for the Golden Bears (2-8, 0-7 Howard County).
St. Paul’s 10, McDonogh 4: The Crusaders (9-5, 3-4 MIAA A Conference) went on a 6-1 run in the second half to beat the host Eagles (8-6, 4-4). St. Paul’s bounced back from Friday’s 13-5 loss to undefeated St. Mary’s.
St. John’s Catholic Prep 10, Key 5: Reid Chapman deposited four goals and Teddy Fleming added a goal, but the Obezags fell to the Vikings. Jaeden Clark had two assists and Henry Robbins made nine saves for Key.
St. Mary’s 11, Gilman 3: The host Saints (14-0, 7-0 MIAA A Conference) opened with a 3-0 run and beat the Greyhounds (8-9, 2-5). St. Mary’s was led by Erik Chick, Jacob Adams and Nick Golini with two goals each. The Saints have three games left Boys’ Latin on Tuesday, Archbishop Spalding on Thursday and Severn on May 10.
Havre de Grace 9, Bel Air 8: In an overtime thriller, Havre de Grace scored the winner for a sudden-death victory. The score was tied at 5 at halftime and at 8 at the end of regulation. Devin Trzeciak scored a team-high four goals for Bel Air, tacking on an assist as well. Dylan Foughty led Bel Air with four assists as well and Grady Mumm had 15 saves in goal.
Northeast 12, Old Mill 7: RJ Breeden netted five goals and two assists and Matthew Hieatzman tallied three goals and two assists to lead the Eagles. Trent Wise recorded three goals, Devin Wirth added a goal and Blaine Bennett stopped 13 shots for Northeast. Cameron Neal scored four times, Jamal Wilson had two goals and Zack Guthrie-Pimpinella made 12 saves for Old Mill.
South River 13, Crofton 6: Connor Chick delivered four goals and four assists and Henry Sykes added another four goals to lead the Seahawks over the Cardinals. Kyle Matlick had two goals and two assists, Justin Martin added a goal and three assists, Fionn Casey and Trevor Phipps each chipped in a goal and Greg Usher made 17 saves for South River.
Annapolis 11, Chesapeake 4: Andrew Wasielewski provided four goals and an assist and Gage Berry added three goals and an assist as the Panthers handled the Cougars. Greg Durkin had a goal and two assists, Colton Swank pitched in a goal and an assist. Alec Gordon made 12 saves for Annapolis. Andrew Beal netted two goals and Ryan Rush stopped 21 shots for Chesapeake.
Arundel 13, Southern 4: Noah Bell provided six goals and two assists and Jack Schuette added four goals as the Wildcats defeated the Bulldogs. Brett Wilkins had a goal and an assist, Evan Davidson and Jacob Dy each netted a goal, Matteo Ciccarello won 13 of 19 faceoffs and John Tonrey made 14 saves for Arundel.
Mt. Hebron 11, Century 4: Leading 5-3 at half, the Vikings (11-1) took control in the second half. Maverick Smith, Gavin Fleck and Rich Tangires each scored twice to lead the way for Mt. Hebron as Everett Armstead made a season-high 19 saves. For Century, Brent Wehleud scored twice as Jarret Moyer made 11 saves.
Century 10, South Carroll 0: Bryson Prietz threw a five-hit shutout with five strikeouts. Kyle Grimsley and Owen Roach each homered for the Knights. Roach finished with three RBIs, Grimsley two. Brayden McGraw also drove in three runs.
Manchester Valley 9, Winters Mill 8: After Winters Mill scored three in the top of the sixth to take the lead, the Mavericks answered in the bottom of the frame, Hank Brown scoring the winning run on a passed ball. Gene Magin had a pair of triples for the Mavericks. Ryan Peacock had three RBIs and Coen Harvey doubled, tripled and drove in two for the Falcons.
Liberty 12, Westminster 2: The Lions scored eight in the third inning. Byron Blevins, Dom DiBlasi and Kevin Hyde each drove in two runs for Liberty. Three pitchers combined on a two-hitter.
Poly 16, City 6: The Knights plated five runs in the bottom of the first before Leo Boehringer came on in relief and shut them down. Boehringer also led the way at the plate for the Engineers with three hits and four RBIs. Brendan George added three hits for Poly. Leo Brody led the way with two hits, three runs and two RBIs for the Knights.
New Town 14, Carver A&T 4: David Sifford homered and drove in four runs for the Titans. Aaron Hopkins Jr. finished with a single, double, triple and three RBIs. On the mound, Jayden Tatum threw a complete-game to get the win.
Sparrows Point 6, Towson 5: After the Generals rallied with two runs in the fifth and one in the sixth to tie it, Sparrows Point walked off with the win when Ryan Karczmarek singled home the winner. Justin Mealey had three hits for Towson.
Randallstown 13, Loch Raven 10: The Rams a double, triple and six RBIs from Jaden Bannerman. Rob Jacobs added three hits and an RBI. Daniel Beverly had two hits and drove in a run.
Pikesville 10, Parkville 8: Ronald Jenkins singled home two runs in the top of the eighth to give the Panthers the win. Jenkins had three hits on the day. Brian Wilder Jr. and Jack Millman also had three hits. Nemeniah Mahn had three hits for Parkville.
Severn 4, AACS 2: Campbell Grimes drove in Benjamin Campion with the eventual game-winning run and later scored on an error in a two-run fifth inning to guide the Admirals over the Eagles. Sean Ward added three hits, including a double, and Campion had two hits. Caden Blanck went the distance to earn the win, allowing four hits and no earned runs, striking out seven for Severn. Caleb Gentry, Ryan Jones and Christian Proulx each doubled, with Gentry driving in a run for AACS.
North County 15, Glen Burnie 3: Landon Reyes went 3-for-3 with two doubles and three RBIs to lead the Knights over the Gophers. Andrew Myers, Cole Petraksa and Kyle Lowman all had two hits for North County (11-5), while Caleb Hartwell drove in two runs for Glen Burnie (11-6).
Severna Park 3, Northeast 1: Seamus Patenaude finished with two hits, including a double, while driving in two runs and Kody Phillips drove in another run to lead the Falcons over the Eagles. Luke Herz doubled and Michael Bowles allowed just one hit and no earned runs, striking out seven in the complete-game effort for Severna Park. Dakota Patton had the lone hit and RBI for Northeast.
South River 8, Meade 0: Jack Schrader went 3-for-4 with a double and scored two runs and Josh Long ended with two hits and three RBIs to get the Seahawks the victory over the Mustangs. Ryan Maddrey, Aiden Barbour, Tyler Fisher and Marvin Willard had hits for Meade.
Southern 3, Broadneck 2: Michael Martin had two triples, scored two runs and drove in a run. He also earned the win on the mound, pitching three innings of no-hit relief and striking out six, as the Bulldogs scored solo runs in the sixth and seventh inning to defeat the Bruins. Colby Waters had an RBI and Justin Knapp added a double for Southern (12-2). Calvin Cook, Nolan Banwell and Joe Robertson each stroked doubles for Broadneck.
Spalding 11, Calvert Hall 1: Caleb Estes had two base hits and drove in three runs, while Ethan McNally doubled and singled, driving in three runs to lead the Cavaliers past the Cardinals. Tyler Smith singled twice and drove in a run for winning pitcher Cody Sharman, who threw five innings, allowing two hits and just a solo home run to EJ Hankerson, striking out three for Spalding.
Arundel 10, Chesapeake 7: Five Arundel pitchers combined to hold down a potent Chesapeake offense. Jake Long led Arundel on offense, going 2-for-4 with a run scored and three RBIs. Brendan Phillips had a three-hit game for Chesapeake.
Catonsville 6, Dulaney 5: In an extra-innings affair, Catonsville edged Dulaney by one run. Nate Farlow took the mound for Dulaney in the loss.
John Carroll 11, Archbishop Curley 6: A seven-run fourth inning put the game away for John Carroll after a Ryan Edmonds home run gave Curley a boost early on. Matthew Archibald recording a two-run double in fourth and on the mound he allowed one run on two hits in three innings pitched. Edmonds, went 3-for-4 for Curley.
Spalding 17, McDonogh 3: Jayda Betts tripled, doubled and singled twice, driving in four runs and Taylor Barchanowoicz finished 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs as the Cavaliers posted seven runs in the first inning in the win over the Eagles. Alex Bailey ripped a pair of doubles and two RBIs, Dani Kallas doubled and drove in two runs and winning pitcher Amaya Carroll tripled and singled, while striking out eight for Spalding.
Crofton 2, Old Mill 1: Brynn Mulzer scattered four hits in a complete-game effort, yielding one earned run, but the Cardinals scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the seventh to defeat the Patriots. Jocelyn Degeyter singled in the only run in the top of the sixth for Old Mill.
Severna Park 13, Northeast 10: Caitlyn Cornwell led Northeast, going 4-for-5 in the game.
Patterson Mill 9, Bel Air 1: The Huskies scored five runs in the first inning. Ella Laurentius homered and drove in three runs in the win. Tara Caprinolo had two hits and two RBIs. Madison Knight struck out 12 in six innings.
North Harford 5, Elkton 2: Carmen Santoro got the win in the circle as the Hawks piled up 10 hits in the win.
South Carroll 8, Century 7: The Cavaliers took the lead with three runs in the bottom of the third and four in the bottom of the sixth. They held off a Century rally in the seventh. Maddie Karns and Haily Medrano each had two RBIs for the Cavaliers. Sydney O’Clery had three hits. Lucy Murr had three hits and two RBIs for the Knights.
Liberty 25, Westminster 11: It was a one-run game after five innings before the Lions scored 16 runs in the top of the sixth. Haleigh Hodges and Erin Martin each homered for Liberty. Hodges finished with three hits and four RBIs. Natalie Crane also drove in four runs. Evelyn Connor had four hits and two RBIs. For Westminster, Katelyn Barber had three hits, including a home run, and five RBIs.
Manchester Valley 10, Winters Mill 0: Makenna Deane threw a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts for the Mavericks. Offensively, Makenna Murry drove in three runs. April Bitzel singled, doubled, triple and drove in two runs.
Hammond 3, Long Reach 2: Kasey Smith pitched a two-hitter for the Golden Bears (5-7, 5-7 Howard County). Katie Aldous had an RBI for Hammond, while Kaylee Beahm doubled. Sara Yarnell drove in what turned out to be the winning run. Amelia Bross had one of the Lightning’s two hits.
Reservoir 6, Mt. Hebron 0: Maggie Frisvold was dominant in the circle for Reservoir (13-0, 13-0 Howard County), striking out 13 in the two-hitter. Frisvold also had a multi-hit game in the win.
Howard 15, Atholton 0: In Game 1 of a doubleheader, Maddie Coleman dominated in the circle, striking out 12 and allowing just one hit for the Lions. Erin Gorschboth was 2-for-4 with two RBIs, while Coleman was 3-for-3 with a pair of doubles. Nicole Parker had four RBIs.
Howard 11, Atholton 0: In Game 2 of the doubleheader, the Lions (10-3, 9-2 Howard County) continued to roll as Katie Green earned the victory, throwing four innings. Kaylee Delossantos went 3-for-3 with a home run and two RBIs. Maddie Coleman also had two RBIs. Jordan Howell was 2-for-3 with a double.
South River 17, Meade 0: Sarah Brookman and Emilee Terry each drove in three runs and Erin Tebbe added two RBIs as the Seahawks blanked the Mustangs in five innings. Bri Ford and CJ Harris combined in the circle for the shutout for South River.
Glenelg 10, Marriotts Ridge 9: The Gladiators (11-4, 10-4 Howard County) scored two runs in the top of the seventh to take the lead. Jamie Shaw led Glenelg with three hits and three runs scored. Lily Oakes, Reese Holden, Nia Stewart, Lily Dustin and Taylor Pence each had two hits and an RBI. For Marriotts Ridge (3-7), Jasmine Smith finished 4-for-4 with two RBIs.
Patapsco 11, Dundalk 10: Dundalk hit three home runs and scored 10 runs in the first four innings, but couldn’t hold its lead. Savannah Kelly hit two home runs and had four RBIs for the Owls. Lilyian Hafner also homered.
Century 5, South Carroll 0: The Knights were paced by singles wins from Jack Amerault and Kaushik Inguva. Doubles wins came from the teams of Mark Rolfes and Evan DeLawter, Curtis Cook and Matt Schuler, and Josh Chenoweth and Parker Thorpe.
Manchester Valley 4, Winters Mill 1: Ian Bartles won first singles for the Mavericks and doubles wins came from Tim Woodley and Zach Meyers, Anthony Davenport and Declan McGarry, and August Jones and Nick Valid. Micah Ober won second singles for the Falcons.
Liberty 5, Westminster 0: Honour Zan and Nikhil Andhavarapu won singles matches for the Lions. Doubles wins came from Arjun Mistry and Paul Chu, Connor Clapper and Austin Cirri, and Hayden Speace and Blake Vandenberge.
Century 4, South Carroll 1: Casey Reno won first singles for the Cavaliers but the Knights swept the rest of the day. Jillian Conway won second singles, while doubles wins came from Allison Carver and Danielle DeLawter, Emma Motter and Erin Welch, and Alyssa Hoffman and Olivia Kennedy.
Liberty 4, Westminster 1: Liberty (12-0) swept doubles play with wins from Madison Haggerty and Grace Maerten, Val Davis and Shannon Hope, and Mariah Talford and Amelia Mustico. Emma Meissner added a singles win. Daphnee Whitmore won first singles for the Owls.
South River 7, Arundel 2: Patrick Miller, Aidan Quiles, Katie Boetig and Natalie Teague each won in singles play to lead the Seahawks to the victory over the Wildcats. The doubles teams of Jack Casper and Luke Carter, Asha Barkat and Marissa McLean, as well as John Hooker and Caroline Finn also won for South River.
Broadneck 7, Meade 2: Alex Brandt, Olivia Mellynchuk and Natalie Hosie each won in straight sets, while the doubles duos of Elicia Aponte and Cailin Snider, along with Clara Kemp and Gavin Misner won in doubles action to lead the Bruins over the Mustangs. Ryan Ferrer, as well as the doubles pairing of Jack Deschamps and Tony Kephas, were victorious for Meade.
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