Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action on Tuesday, May 17.
Towson 13, Poly 1: The Generals broke open a one-run game with four runs in the fifth and seven in the sixth to win the Class 3A North Region I championship. The Generals took advantage of seven Poly errors. Michael Stamatos had two hits and two RBIs. Noah Korman also drove in two. Chase Supensky and Tariq Talley combined on a four-hitter.
Dulaney 10, Perry Hall 0: John Kirstukas pitched three innings and earned the victory in Dulaney’s 10-0 victory over Perry Hall in the 4A North Region I championship game. Matt Dow, Liam Gaumont and Ian Frain each had two RBIs and Kirstukas scored two runs for the Lions.
Sparrows Point 8, Eastern Tech 4: The Pointers won their second straight region championship. Mark Shelley was the winning pitcher for the Pointers, throwing six innings, striking out seven. Wayne Brooks was 4-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs. Mike Gamble hit a two-run home run for the Pointers. Austin Shifflett had two hits. Tyler Zimmerman was 4-4 with two doubles and a triple for Eastern Tech.
Hereford 19, Randallstown 1: Drew Kinsey hit two home runs, tripled and drove in seven runs carrying the Bulls to the Class 2A North Region I championship. Nick Malchak and Trace Childs each drove in two. Five Bull pitchers combined on the four-hitter. Andrew Larkin struck out five in three innings.
Boys’ Latin 6, Indian Creek 3: Logan Frazier hit an opening home run for the Eagles, but the Lakers caught ground as Gavin Curtis, Peter Makris, Braeden Hammett and John Wedgeworth helped bring in six runs in the fourth inning.
Patterson Mill 3, Bo Manor 0: Michael Hemelt threw a four-hit shutout for the Huskies, striking out eight. Patterson Mill’s big inning came in the fifth, scoring two runs off a wild pitch and a balk on a double steal attempt. Hemelt drove in a run on a sacrifice fly and scored a run.
Spalding 1, John Carroll 0: Spalding picked up the walk-off win with a hit from Ethan McNally. John Carroll starter Matthew Archibald struck out 12 over six innings of work. Ethan Sargent and Cody Sharman combined to allow five hits and strike out eight for Spalding, which will host Calvert Hall Wednesday (4:30 p.m.) in the opening game of the championship series.
Glenelg Country 14, Annapolis Area Christian 4: GCS scored a run in each of the first four innings, starting with a six-spot in the bottom of the first. Four Glenelg players had multi-hit games as Brian Hammond led the team offensively, going 3-for-4 with two runs scored. Three players had multi-RBI days for GCS. Trey Miller struck out six in a complete-game.
Chesapeake 13, J.M. Bennett 2: Leadoff hitter Nick Karls went 3-for-3 with three runs scored, while center fielder Carter Drab went 3-for-3 with three RBI to lead Chesapeake in the Class 3A region championship game. Starting pitcher Noah Bowerman scattered three hits and allowed just one run over four innings.
Key 12, Concordia Prep 1: Key secured its first MIAA C Conference championship since 2010 with a dominating win. Armand Ortiz threw a complete game, striking out eight for the Obezags. He also went 2-for-2 at the plate with a home run and four RBIs. Sean Boomer also went 2-for-2 with a double and two RBIs.
Reservoir 4, River Hill 3: The Gators clinched the Class 3A East Region II Title outlasting the Hawks in 12 innings. Jordan Peguese had a pair of doubles and an RBI, also throwing 5 2/3 innings, striking out 12. Justin Gutierrez threw the final 6 1/3 innings, closing out the victory. Cameron Whitehead and Nate Del Tufo also had two hits each for Reservoir. For River Hill, Brady Young led the way offensively finishing 3-for-6 with a pair of RBIs. Henry Zatkowski threw the opening 6 2/3 innings, while Daniel Sheehan threw the final 5 1/3.
South Carroll 11, Western Tech 0: Maddie Karns threw a three-hitter with nine strikeouts as the fifth-seeded Cavaliers shut out the top-seed Wolverines in their 1A North Region I semifinal. Sam Rice homered and drove in three for South Carroll. Hailey Medrano drove in two runs.
Mt. Hebron 3, Manchester Valley 1: The Vikings scored two runs in the top of the ninth in their 3A East Region I semifinal. Ashley Cheung brought one in with a sacrifice bunt and Allison Sicoli singled home another. Sicoli had two RBIs on the day. Emma Behel threw a three-hitter with eight strikeouts. She outdueled Manchester Valley’s Makenna Deane who struck out 11. Makenna Murray drove in the Mavericks’ lone run.
Century 20, Winters Mill 0: Hannah Zabik struck out 12 in a five-inning one-hitter, leading the Knights to the win in a 2A West Region I semifinal. Century scored four in the first and nine in the second. Zabik had three hits and three RBIs offensively. Caylee Clark had two hits and three RBIs. Riley Schulze and Lucy Murr each drove in two.
Howard 10, Marriotts Ridge 0: The Lions advanced to the 3A East Region I final with the victory. Maddie Coleman got the win and had two doubles and three RBIs offensively. Both Kaylee Delossantos and Clara O’Conner also finished with multiple hits as Delossantos had two RBIs and O’Conner had one.
Reservoir 9, Long Reach 3: The Gators advanced to the 3A East Region II final as Maggie Frisvold finished drove in two runs. She also struck out 11 over seven innings pitched. Both Abbie Frisvold and Shelby Granzow had two hits. For Long Reach, Kaitlynne Streets and Amelia Bross each had a hit.
Middletown 10, Glenelg 2: The Gladiators surrendered three runs in both the third and fourth innings. For Glenelg, Jamie Shaw, Serafina Tinio and Lily Oakes each finished with two hits.
Carver A&T 16, Landsdowne 2: Lily Dennis threw a no-hitter as the Wildcats advanced to the 2A North Region I final. She allowed two unearned runs and struck out 10 in five innings. Emily Hamp led Carver with four RBIs while Maddie Golt and Sophomore Lauren Allender each had two RBIs.
Wilde Lake 5, River Hill 4: The Wildecats advanced to the 3A East Region II final as Veronica Goode delivered a walk-off hit in the bottom of the seventh. The Hawks were trailing 4-0 but battled back to tie the game.
Crofton 1, Chesapeake 0: The Cardinals advanced to the 3A South Region II final behind junior ace Kristin White, who tossed a one-hitter with four strikeouts. Marley Connor (2-for-3) homered to left field in the top of the seventh inning.
Stephen Decatur 10, Arundel 0: Sanaa Brown had the lone hit of the day for the Wildcats.
Northeast 17, Southern 0: An 11-run second inning set the tone. Six defensive errors by Southern contributed to six unearned runs. Caitlyn Cornwell had a multi-hit day with three RBI, four runs scored and four stolen bases. Kaylee Fyffe threw a three-hit shutout, striking out seven.
South River 5, Broadneck 1: Senior Brianna Ford drove in Gracelyn Solarz in the bottom of the first, Solarz repaid the favor with an RBI in the second. Hanna Grambo also secured an RBI in the inning, followed by Sara Blades in the third and then Ford again in the sixth. Ford allowed one run on six hits and threw 10 strikeouts as the Seahawks advance to the 4A East Region II final.
Severna Park 7, Old Mill 0: Savannah Drummond went 2-for-4 while Addison Bianco went 2-for-3 with four RBIs in the Falcons’ victory, advancing them to the Class 4A East Region I final.
Harford Tech 2, North East 0: Harford Tech gained revenge on North East after losing in the postseason last year by advancing to the 2A East Region I final on the back of a great pitching performance from Abby Reed. Reed threw a three-hit shutout with nine strikeouts. Aubrey Gump drove in both runs for the Cobras.
Towson 14, Franklin 9: Ben Ellis scored eight goals to lead the Generals to the 3A North Region II championship. Will Kennedy and Leo Mileto each scored twice with an assist, while Duncan Boudreau had goal and three assists. Hayden Tyler also scored.
Mt. Hebron 11, Westminster 7: Cooper Stockenberg led the way offensively for Mt. Hebron with four goals as the Vikings captured the 3A East Region I title. Gianni Karam had a hat trick, as Keegan Ryan added two goals. Everett Armstead made 14 saves. For Westminster, Zach Johnson had a hat trick and Austin Hardesty had two goals. Matt Kunert made 11 saves.
Severna Park 15, Arundel 4: Senior attackman Joaquin Villagomez scored four goals and assisted another to lead the Falcons. Parker Sealy totaled two goals and three assists, while Ganon Cope contributed a goal and three assists. James Ruppert, Ryan LaRocque and Nolan Zborai all added two goals and an assist. Noah Bell had three goals to lead the Wildcats in the loss.
North County 18, Old Mill 7: The Knights brought home their first regional championship in 30 years behind Josh Martell’s five goals and an assist, as well as Nick Mahoney’s four goals and an assist. Matthew Martell added had three goals and an assist. Adam Biggs notched three goals and three assists as well, followed by Marcus Ortiz with two goals.
Northeast 27, Frederick Douglass 0: The Eagles advance to the Class 2A state quarterfinal after the regional championship win. Eighteen different players scored to capture the first region crown since 2007, led by RJ Breeden with four goals. Trent Wise, Gage Bowers, Scott Williams, Caleb Jacobs, Aston Buras and Ethan Hill all scored two. Max Updegraff, Devin Wirth, Matthew Hieatzman, Andrew Pangalis, Cole Miller, Ethan Johnson, Tyler Rogers, Phil Lewy, Robert Makarovich, Sean Forster and Andrew Robinette each scored one.
Fallston 20, Patterson Mill 12: Fallston won the 1A East Region I title after dominating on the offensive end in the second half. Leading just 9-8 at halftime, Fallston outscored the Huskies, 11-4, in the second half. Gage McKenna led all scorers with six goals for Fallston, Quinn McLaughlin was right behind him with five.
Indian Creek 13, Friends 6: ICS saw four players record multi-goal games with Nick Stroble leading all scorers with four goals. Benny Carter added three goals and two assists, while goalie Ty Spencer made 17 saves for Indian Creek, which will play Archbishop Curley in Friday’s (5 p.m.) MIAA B Conference championship game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
Southern 20, Patuxent 0: Ryan Gregoire scored three goals and dished off four assists to spark the Bulldogs to the dominant win. Carter Moon totaled three goals and an assist, while Jordan Franzo also had a hat trick.
Broadneck 14, South River 4: Jake Schroll led all scorers with four goals, while Davis Fisher scored three in the win. Ryan Salazar and Tyler Hicks also had two goals each in the win for Broadneck, which controlled possession thanks to the work of faceoff specialist Graham Hartman (15-of-19).
Pallotti 6, Key 2: Uchenna Ahaghotu and Teddy Fleming scored the lone goals for Key, which closed the season with a 6-5 record after falling in the MIAA C Conference semifinals. Goalie Henry Robbins made 15 saves to keep the contest close.
Towson 10, Bel Air 9: Towson held a 10-6 lead with 10 minutes left and held off a furious Bel Air rally to win the 3A North Region II championship. Brigid Vaikness and Kara Janishefski each scored three goals for the Generals. Grace Lintz, Avery Briggs, Gabi Galvez and Jillian McNulty also scored. Gwen Barber had two assists. Logan Cook had six goals for Bel Air.
Eastern Tech 19, Patapsco 6: Abigail Schwartz-Mitchell scored six goals as the Mavericks won the 2A North Region II championship. Jess Urban had three goals and an assist, while Maria Schneider had two goals and three assists. Charlotte Miranda had two goals, while Lily Jones and Emily Reese also scored.
Marriotts Ridge 12, Westminster 10: The Mustangs captured the 3A East Region I title as Maisy Clevenger scored a team-high six goals, also adding an assist. Sofie Bender chipped in a hat trick as Grace Hejeebu made nine saves.
Fallston 17, Harford Tech 11: Despite five goals from Madison Partridge, Harford Tech fell to Fallston on the road in a six-goal loss. Goalies Jayci Carl and Mia Courtalis combined to make 10 saves.
Perryville 10, Rising Sun 6: Sarah Murrell led all scorers with seven goals for Perryville. Goalie Samantha Pearson made six saves on 12 shots. Brooke Murrell also had a goal and an assist for Perryville. In the loss, Rising Sun’s Allie Piccalo and Emily Stuart combined to score five goals.
River Hill 21, Reservoir 7: Claire Slade led the way offensively for the Hawks with eight goals as they captured the Class 3A East Region II final. Erin Devine finished with six goals as Molly Maloney also added a hat trick.
Old Mill 9, North County 3: Heather Titus totaled two goals and an assist, while Haley Hodak added two goals as the Patriots captured the region crown. Carsyn Smith and Elaina Creekmore both chipped in a goal and an assist. Goalie Jaclyn Bange stopped six shots for North County.
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