High school sports roundup (March 27)

Thank you for supporting our journalism. This article is available exclusively for our subscribers, who help fund our work at The Baltimore Sun.

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Monday, March 27.


Aberdeen 2, Perryville 1: Tyler Kenney pitched a complete game giving up one run on five hits with six strikeouts to earn the win. Both of the Eagles’ runs came in the fifth inning. The first was courtesy of a wild pitch scoring K.J. Miller. Jack Morrill then crossed the plate on an RBI groundout from Connor Sullivan.


Havre de Grace 10, Edgewood 0: Bryce Bauer and Mason Weller combined on the two-hit, five-inning shutout, with Bauer striking out seven in three hitless innings. He also drove in three runs offensively. Taylor Blevens and Dyllon Zachary-Nance also drove in runs.

North Harford 1, Patterson Mill 0: The game’s only run came in the bottom of the seventh, when John Manzari doubled in Sean Babiak. Wyatt Canapp and Andrew Robinson combined to throw a one-hitter. Canapp struck out nine in five innings. For Patterson Mill, Michael Hemelt struck out 13 in 4 ⅔ hitless innings.


John Carroll 13, St. Mary’s 1: Will Rhine tripled, singled twice and drove in five runs to lead the Patriots. Frank Adamski added a double, a pair of triples and three RBIs. Casey Carpenter also had three hits and Ethan Ruiz drove in two runs. Four pitchers combined on the five-inning two-hitter.

Archbishop Curley 3, Archbishop Spalding 1: Cody Sharman went 2-for-3 with a run scored in the loss for Spalding. Parker Thomas also went 2-for-3 for the Cavaliers, who were limited to five hits.

McDonogh 17, Indian Creek 9: Patrick Smith went 3-for-4 with two runs driven in, while Riley Handwerger went 2-for-3 with a solo homer to start the offense for Indian Creek.

Fallston 5, Bel Air 0: The Cougars won their season opener in shut-out fashion. Paul Kvech pitched a complete game allowing just two hits and striking out four. Three runs in the bottom of the third and two more in the sixth was all Fallston needed in the win.

Lansdowne 5, Western Tech 1: The Vikings broke open a tie game with four runs in the top of the seventh, highlighted by a Derek Ervin two-run single. Kade Gregory, Evan Spisak and Matt McCartin also drove in runs. Logan Harkleroad threw a complete-game five-hitter with six strikeouts.

Dulaney 6, Franklin 3: The Lions got three hits and two RBIs from Matt Dow. Thomas Mezzullo, Nate Musselman and Liam Gaumont also drove in runs. Nate Farlow struck out seven in 5 1/3 innings to get the win.

Hereford 6, Eastern Tech 1: Liam Diehl and Andrew Larkin combined to pitch a no-hitter. Diehl struck out 10 in five innings. Leighton Alsip had a pair of RBIs for the Bulls. Jack Kinsey and Willie DeSantis also drove in runs.

North County 3, Old Mill 1: Sophomore Colin Voss earned the victory on the hill for North County, throwing a complete-game four-hitter, striking out four without a walk. Augustin Murillo, Andrew Myers, Kyle Lowman and Kevin Santos each had hits in the win.


Arundel 2, Annapolis 1: Down 1-0 in the bottom of the seventh, the Wildcats tied the game on Dominic Wilder’s RBI single. They won it in the eighth when Chris Ricks walked with the bases loaded. Caden Houck threw a complete-game five-hitter with eight strikeouts.

Severna Park 11, Broadneck 3: The Falcons were powered by a seven-run fourth inning. Sheamus Patenaude singled, doubled and drove in two runs. Matt Fleisher also had two RBIs in the win. Devin McGowan homered for Broadneck.

Northeast 5, Southern 3: Reliever Andrew Blick pitched out of a jam in the sixth inning and picked up his first career win after the Eagles scored twice in the top of the seventh. Blick came on with runners on first and second and induced two pop outs to keep the contest tied. LJ Drummond set down the side in order in the bottom of the seventh to earn the save.

Liberty 8, Manchester Valley 1: Dom DiBlasi struck out seven over five innings to lead the Lions to a 3-0 start. Camden Hodges singled, doubled and drove in two. Jeremy Fratalli also had two RBIs. Luke Burger had two hits and Rocco Dietz had two RBIs.

Gerstell 9, Our Lady of Mount Carmel 2: John DelGado struck out 10 in 5 ⅔ innings to earn the win. Jack Bruffey had three hits and three RBIs to lead the Falcons’ offense. Aaron Hammond doubled and drove in two.

South Carroll 14, Westminster 9: A seven-run sixth inning lifted the Cavaliers over the Owls. Drake Hebron went 4-for-4 with a double and four RBIs in the win. Sammy Gapen had three hits and two RBIs. Jackson Strzelczyk and Caleb Evans each had two hits and two RBIs.


Marriotts Ridge 7, Howard 6: Chase Kamerman hit a walkoff double in the eighth inning for his fourth hit of the game. The Mustangs (2-0) battled back from a 5-1 deficit as Logan Anderson and Jack Coughlin had doubles and 2 RBIs. Adam Macfarlane got the save for Marriotts Ridge. For Howard (1-1), Drake Sherman had three hits and two RBIs.

River Hill 16, Wilde Lake 2: Demetre Koutras dominated at the plate for the Hawks (2-0), finishing 4-for-4 with seven RBIs, including a pair of doubles and a home run. Eje Okojie went 3-for-4 with a trio of RBIs. For Wilde Lake (0-2), Derek Fermaint had two hits, while Andrew Varga hit a two-run home run.


Francis Scott Key 13, Winters Mill 3: The Eagles spotted the Falcons three runs in the top of the first, but rallied back, scoring in all five innings including crossing the plate six times in the third. Jasmine Kline got the win in the circle, striking out 12 in five innings. She also hit a home run, doubled and drove in three runs. Lilly Reiter homered, tripled and had three RBIs. Kendall Jackman drove in two runs.

South Carroll 16, Westminster 12: The teams went back-and-forth with South Carroll coming out on top after four runs in the top of the seventh. Sam Rice hit a grand slam in the third inning. Myla Bell also homered with three RBIs. Amanda Warehime had two hits and three RBIs, while Maddie Karns had three hits and two RBIs. Bree Witter had a home run and three RBIs for Westminster. Gina Sullivan and three hits, including a double, and two RBIs.

Liberty 10, Manchester Valley 5: The Mavericks led 5-2 after four innings. But the Lions put up four runs in each the fifth and sixth innings. Layla Hoffman tripled and drove in three runs to lead the win. Erin Martin and Evelyn Conner each drove in two runs. Brooke Sims had three RBIs for Manchester Valley.

Harford Tech 6, Fallston 5: Hayden Kolbert singled in two runs in the bottom of the sixth that lifted the Cobras past the Cougars. Kolbert had three RBIs on the day. Lyric Strong, Abbey Reed and Arianna Blum all had two-hit days. Reed also got the win in the circle with 11 strikeouts.


Patterson Mill 17, North Harford 0: Savannah Reedy led the Huskies’ offensive eruption with three hits, including a home run, and two RBIs. Kenzie Knight had four hits from the lead-off spot. Kaylyn Pulket, Audrey March, Lily Hofmeister, Paige Caprinolo and Kelsey Price all finished with two RBIs.

Havre de Grace 4, Edgewood 0: Lillia Dalton threw a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts to lead the Warriors (2-1) to their second win in a row. Kinsey Mentzer had a two-run triple to put the Warriors on the board. Ryleigh Curry had two hits with an RBI, while Sophia Fruchey also drove in a run.

Reservoir 28, Oakland Mills 3: Courtney Johnson led the way for the Gators (2-0) going 5-for-5 with a pair of doubles and five RBIs. Andaiye Smith was also 4-for-5 with a home run and five RBIs. Campbell Sagin also went 4-for-4 with two doubles and four RBIs.

Mt. Hebron 19, Hammond 0: Abby Magdar threw a complete game shutout for the Vikings (1-1), striking out nine. Becca Hutchinson went for 3-for-4 at the plate with four RBIs, while Mt. Hebron completely broke the game open with 12 runs in the second inning.

Marriotts Ridge 3, Howard 1: The Mustangs (1-1) scored the go-ahead two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning as Jasmine Smith and Addie Flynn both had two hits. Olivia Ober earned the win in a complete game, striking out nine. For Howard (0-2), Katie Green pitched six innings and struck out seven.

Long Reach 18, Atholton 8: The Lightning advanced to 2-0 with the win, scoring 13 runs in the first three innings. For Atholton (1-1) Kyra Holtje went 3-for-3 a home run short of the cycle, while Adara Baldini and Kam Marable had singles and Morgan Ryan had a double.


Hereford 19, Parkville 9: The Bulls scored eight runs in the first inning and never looked back. Alyssa McCaffery had three doubles and five RBIs. Taylor Roberts and Aleia Yeager each drove in four runs.

Eastern Tech 15, Lansdowne 0: Layla Bugarini threw a five-inning one-hitter with six strikeouts. Sydney Weaver went 4-for-4 with two doubles and two RBIs to lead the offense. Malorie Gogel and Madison Bohart each drove in two runs.

North County 11, Old Mill 5: Kayla Musgrove smacked a two-run homer and Alexa Cooper hit two off the fence for the Patriots, who scored eight times in the second inning.

Arundel 16, Annapolis 1: Anna Bristol allowed just one hit and recorded seven strikeouts through three innings to earn the win, helping her own cause by going 2-for-2 with a triple and three RBIs. Brian Sewell went 2-for-2 with an RBI triple, while Ava Overton also went 2-for-2.

Crofton 12, Chesapeake 4: In a rematch of their last meeting in the 3A playoffs, the Cardinals handed the Cougars a much more definitive defeat. In the loss, senior Sam Larkin batted 2-for-4 with a triple and a RBI. Emilee Leone had two RBIs. Ava Cicchetti added a RBI.

Girls lacrosse

Patterson Mill 20, Sparrows Point 6: Addison Harmel led all scorers with seven goals, followed by six more from Ava Lopano. Each recorded one assist in the win. Goalie Taylor Brown made three saves in net.


South Carroll 12, Mount de Sales 11: Shannon McTavish scored four times, including the game-winner in overtime to lift the Cavaliers to 2-0. Caroline Laur and Leah Miller each added three goals to the win, while Cailin Yankle and Anna Jane Dassoulous also scored. Laur and Miller each had two assists. Syd Luber made 10 saves in goal.

Winters Mill 20, Pikesville 6: Kaitlin Clements led with five goals and Annie Pruitt had four in the Falcons’ win. Grace Adkins, Marissa Carter and Reese Ormiston each scored twice. Sienna Perryman had a goal and six assists. In the loss, the Panthers got three goals from Morgan Robb, two from Emma Rasoulov and one from Jaclyn Koman.

Boys lacrosse

Fallston 14, Towson 2: Quinn McLaughlin and Greg Hoer each recorded hat tricks. Nick Nikola and Gage McKenna chipped in two more goals apiece. Jacob McMillan assisted on five of the Cougars’ goals while Landon Mills saved 11 shots. Alex Tyler and Zach Hochrein scored for the Generals.

Severn 15, Episcopal 9: Senior attackman Jacob Todd scored five goals and dished off two assists to lead the Admirals. Andrew Beard totaled three goals and an assist along with seven ground balls, while fellow junior midfielder Chase Hallam had a hat trick. Jackson Barroll scored two goals and fellow midfielder Tanner Huber had two assists, while senior goalie Will Perez junior recorded 17 saves.

Patterson Mill 20, Aberdeen 13: Fletcher Steinkraus’ five goals led the Huskies. He was backed by Jake Matson with four and Carson Gebhard with three. Drew Pape had three assists to go with two goals. RJ Wilhelm and Samir Manning each added two goals, while Adam Lingelbach and Matt Bechtel scored once. Sean Catalono had nine saves in goal for the Huskies. For Aberdeen. Max Williams and John Okougbo both had four goals, Chase Allen had three.

Glen Burnie 23, Digital Harbor 1: Joseph Crenshaw led the with seven goals and two assists. Jeremiah Smith was next with four goals; Basillio King followed up with three goals. Mikey Dabrowski added two goals and an assist, while Colin Flannery added two of his own goals. Five Gophers buried a goal apiece: Gavin Lesiner, Patrick Frazier, Talon Booth, Killian Stavartak and Omari Payne (four assists). Alejandro Buruca had three assists; Gio Tant had one. Adeshola Adeleke held down the cage with three saves.


Liberty 16, Franklin 8: Aiden Ventura poured in seven goals and assisted on two more to lead the Lions. Mason Ambrose and Edwin Blyden each had three goals. Riley Wicklein handed out five assists. Ethan Addison had two goals and an assist.

Girls tennis

Westminster 4, South Carroll 1: Daphnee Whitmore and Katherine Raab earned identical 6-0, 6-1 singles wins for the Owls. Meredith Hoppenstein and Gillian Blubaugh won second doubles and Sophie Long and Megan McCampbell won third doubles. South Carroll’s Audrey Lilicrop and Caroline Aliftiras won the top doubles match.

Liberty 3, Manchester Valley 2: At second singles, Liberty’s Gabriela Kroma won a 10-8 third-set tiebreaker to win her match, and give the Lions the overall win. The Lions’ other wins came from Grace Maerten and Mariah Talford at No. 1 doubles and Amelia Musfico and Payton Oakley in the second doubles match. Katy Resh won the top singles match for Manchester Valley. The Mavericks added a doubles win from Talula Costanzo and Tori Kelley.

Winters Mill 4, Francis Scott Key 1: Sara Gardner and Maya Medline won singles matches for the Falcons by matching 6-1, 6-0 scores. Doubles wins came from Keira Milam and Molly Sneska, and Emma Jewell and Madelyn Stickles. FSK’s win came at No. 1 doubles from the team of Caroline Kohr and Anne Scott.

Boys tennis

Varsity Highlights


Get the latest high school sports stories, photos and video from around the region.

Liberty 4, Manchester Valley 1: Honour Zan and Nikhil Andhavarapu swept singles play, while the Lions added doubles wins from Hayden Spence and Arjun Mistry, and Paul Chu and Blake Vandenberge. Manchester Valley’s win came at second doubles from Tim Woodley and Anthony Davenport.

South Carroll 3, Westminster 2: Steven Cox’s 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 1 singles led the Cavaliers. They also got doubles wins from Colby Dixon and Sean Mossman, and Michael Mooney and Kyle Hastings. Westminster’s Jarom Hawes won second singles and the Owls’ Randy Rong and Michael Fronheiser also won the top doubles match.


Winters Mill 5, Francis Scott Key 0: The Falcons swept the match with Micah Ober and Logan Herwig getting singles wins. Doubles wins came from the teams of Wade Hayes and Peter Towle, Landon Baker and Renzo Balsamo, and Cole Geiman and Patrick Towle.

Coed tennis

Broadneck 7, Crofton 2: The Bruins swept No. 1 and No. 2 singles for boys and girls: Gustav Kemp, Charlie Ernst, Olivia Mellynchuk and Natalie Hosie. Broadneck’s No. 1 boys doubles, Ryan Sar and Koa Hamilton also won, as did both of Broadneck’s girls doubles: No. 1 Anissa Jean-Claude and Zoe Pierreuse and No. 2 Clara Kemp and Rebecca Terry. Crofton took its victories in No. 2 boys doubles, Tommy Lazo and Owen Lucas, and mixed doubles, Andy Hong and Annalise Shwarz.

Old Mill 5, Southern 4: Yash Gulati and Ryan Williams both won in straight sets in boys singles, while Emily Erlewine did the same at No. 2 girls singles to lead the Patriots.

Severn 4, Indian Creek 1: The Admirals’ top three singles players caimed wins: Daniel McNair, Aiden Gilroy and Charlie Friedrich, respectively. No. 1 doubles also won for Severn: Colin Buckley and Jagan Som. The Eagles’ No. 2 doubles, Graden Laycook and Nick Pucciarella, gave Indian Creek its lone win.

To submit scores and stats, email with a full box score, including first and last names of the players.