High School sports

High school sports roundup (May 2)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action on Monday, May 2.


Century 9, Liberty 3: Brayden McGraw hit two home runs and drove in five runs to lead the Knights. Colin Perrier also homered for Century. Brody Comer and Ryan Von Stein combined to throw a five-hitter. Anthony Zombro and Ryan Smith homered for Liberty.


South Carroll 12, Francis Scott Key 2: South Carroll broke the game open with eight runs in the fifth inning. Logan Miller and Nate Boor each drove in two runs. Chris Durkin threw a three-hitter with six strikeouts. Jacob Ingle drove in two runs for FSK.

Westminster 21, Winters Mill 11: The Owls prevailed in a slugfest, scoring in each of the game’s six innings. Josh LoPiccolo went 4-for-5 with three RBIs. Robbie Bouthner, Konnor Walker and Gavin Fitzgeraled also drove in three runs each in the win. Ryan Peacock went 4-for-4 for Winters Mill. Kameron Becker was 3-for-4 including a pair of doubles and four RBIs.


C. Milton Wright 6, Manchester Valley 3: Ryan Niedzialkowski had two doubles and two RBIs to lead the Mustangs. Max Scurti tripled and drove in two runs. Ben Coleman had the Mavericks’ lone hit.

Harford Tech 11, Aberdeen 5: Brady Reise (3-for-4) doubled, tripled and drove in four runs to lead the host Cobras (6-10) past the Eagles (3-12) in nondivision action. Josh Kanner (two RBIs), Wyatt Dudeck (two RBIs) and Justin Graf each had two hits. The Eagles’ offense was led by Sean Deaner (2-for-4 with a triple); Tyler Sampson (1-for-2); and KJ Miller (2-for-3).

North Harford 9, Bo Manor 1: Senior Tim Steele four strong innings, striking out five and allowing no earned runs as the Hawks (8-7) celebrated senior night with a win over the Eagles (11-3). Wyatt Canapp added a scoreless inning and Colin Brosh retired six straight batters. Senior Brian Hauer was 2-for-2 with two RBIs, two runs and a double. Senior Vance Haire bounced a shot off the fence, driving in three runs.

Towson 8, Patterson Mill 2: Ryan Boice and Michael Stamatos each had two hits and two RBIs to lead the Generals. Tariq Talley doubled twice. Chase Supensky struck out seven in five innings to get the win.

John Carroll 16, Caravel 6: Frank Adamski went 4-for-4 with a pair of doubles, a triple and six RBIs to lead the Patriots. William Rhine added two hits and three RBIs.

Key 13, Jemicy 0: The Obezags (12-2, 11-0) claimed the No. 1 seed in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference tournament with a dominant win over Jemicy. Trey Brandon led at the plate, batting 2-for-4 with four RBIs, while Lachlan Armstrong hit a two-run home run. Colin MacNabb recorded 10 strikeouts in his five-inning one-hitter.

St. Mary’s 9, La Plata 2: Ty Sands started a second-inning scoring frenzy with his RBI. St. Mary’s (8-12) racked up another five runs for a six-run second inning. Designated hitter Damion Kenealy went 3-for-5, while Dom Hicks went 2-for-3. Three Saints combined for the win on the mound, led by Nick Hulme, who tossed three strikeouts and allowed two runs over five innings. Henry Carbone and Jon Madden held La Plata scoreless over an inning each.

St. Paul’s 14, AACS 0: Annapolis Area Christian School gave up 14 hits and 13 earned runs in its loss. Caleb Gentry and Ryan Jones batted 2-for-3 for the Eagles (5-12).


River Hill 3, Marriotts Ridge 2: The Hawks (15-2, 14-0 Howard County) scored one run in the second, third and fourth innings to clinch the win. Brady Young had an RBI double for River Hill, while Eje Okojie and Michael Flaim had the other RBIs. Henry Zatkowski excelled on the mound, throwing a complete game with 10 strikeouts. For Marriotts Ridge (10-5, 8-5), Griffin Roussell went 3-for-3 with an RBI, while Nick Russo struck out nine in 4 1/3 innings.

Reservoir 11, Hammond 0: Nick Usher led the Gators (13-3, 11-3 Howard County) finishing 3-for-4 with a pair of home runs and a triple. Travis Thompson pitched four scoreless innings, while Cam Whitehead threw two shutout innings.

Poly 17, Randallstown 3: A 10-run second inning powered the Engineers, who racked up 15 hits. Collin McLain went 3-for-3 at the plate with two RBIs and two runs scored. Grant Mellerson led Randallstown with two RBIs. Jack Overton got the win for Poly, striking out five over five innings.

Glenelg Country 12, Pallotti 8: Glenelg jumped out to a 10-3 lead before Pallotti came back with a five-run fourth inning. Trey Miller held down the fort for Glenelg in relief, throwing 2 1/3 scoreless innings while striking out three. Dylan Melton and Connor Wilson each had two hits and two RBIs. Andre Younger led Pallotti at the plate with two hits and two RBIs.


Towson 16, Perry Hall 0: The Generals opened with 13 runs in the first inning. Grace Hoey went 4-for-4 with two RBIs. Lexi Predmore drove in three runs and also earned the win in the circle. Trinity Alleyne, Eva Bartkowiak and Grace Cheevers all drove in two runs.

Carver A&T 6, Eastern Tech 5: Carver took the lead with two runs in the sixth and held on for the win. Mallory Cooper struck out 12 in a six-hitter. Maddie Golt hit a two-run home run. Cooper and Tegan Hoey also drove in runs.


Century 6, Liberty 5: Down a run in the bottom of the seventh, Hannah Zabik singled home the tying run for the Knights. In the eighth inning, Megan Hollander singled home the winning run. Emma Zuckerman and Riley Schulze homered for Century. Erin Martin homered for Liberty.

South Carroll 12, Francis Scott Key 6: The Cavaliers scored five first-inning runs. Hailey Wolfrey had four hits, including a home run and a double, and drove in three runs. Maddie Karns had two hits and drove in two. Jasmine Kline and Caitlyn Miller homered for the Eagles.

Westminster 13, Winters Mill 1: The Owls opened with seven first-inning runs and followed that with five in the second. Taylor Coyle singled, doubled and drove in three for the Owls. Aislin Cole had two hits and two RBIs.

Manchester Valley 18, C. Milton Wright 2: The game was tied through three innings before the Mavericks erupted for six runs in the fourth and 10 in the fifth. April Bitzel had three hits, including a pair of doubles, and five RBIs. Grace Wood also had three hits and drove in two.

Dundalk 16, Parkville 4: Lilyian Hafner and Britney Thompson each homered for the Owls, with Thompson driving in three runs and Hafner two. Oaklyn Johnson singled, doubled and drove in four runs and was the winning pitcher. Alex McCue also drove in two runs.

Glenelg 13, Howard 2: The Gladiators (12-4, 11-4 Howard County) tallied their third straight win. Haley Markel and Nia Stewart shined, each with three RBIs. Taylor Pence and Lily Oakes each chipped in multiple hits and two RBIs. Megan Ortwein pitched all six innings, striking out five. For Howard (10-4, 9-3), Maddie Coleman had two hits while striking out 11 in 4 1/3 innings.


Wilde Lake 19, Centennial 0: Justyce Richard dominated at the plate for the Wildecats (13-4, 11-4 Howard County), finishing 4-for-4 with a Howard County season-high eight RBIs, including a pair of home runs. Nokomis Styers and Veronica Goode had two hits and two RBIs. Brooke Weinig earned the win in the circle, throwing five scoreless innings, and added two hits and an RBI.

River Hill 7, Marriotts Ridge 4: The Hawks (9-4) continued to roll with their sixth straight win. Ellie Hasegawa was 2-for-3 with a run scored, while Kathleen Maiorana doubled and drove in two. Ella Wood and Zoe Pachoca also had hits for River Hill. For Marriotts Ridge (3-8) Melina Parson led the way, finishing 2-for-4.

Mt. Hebron 16, Atholton 3: Emma Kim and Alison Scoli had three RBIs for the Vikings (9-5, 8-5 Howard County) in the victory. Olivia Bashura, Becca Hutchinson and Sophia Ginty each chipped in two RBIs. Both Adara Baldini and Natalia Flores tallied hits for the Raiders in the defeat.

Long Reach 13, Oakland Mills 3: The Lightning broke open the game with five runs in the bottom of the first inning. Jazmin Yoshimura finished 3-for-3 for the Lightning. Kaitlynne Streets, Sierra Sims and Meave Morrison each finished with two hits. For the Scorpions, Paige Andrews had a home run with two RBIs. Viky Valverde also drove in a run.

Harford Tech 2, North East 1: The game was scoreless into the fifth inning when Lillie Uttenreither tripled home Brianna Lunenfeld. Hayden Kobert and Lacey Swart each had two hits for the Cobras. Abbey Reed threw a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts.

Girls lacrosse

Notre Dame Prep 13, Severn 9: Cameron Christie collected eight saves in the final regular-season game for the Admirals. Casey Ulehla and Ryan Dineen led the team with two goals each. Zoee Stencil, Sage Whiteside, Erin Hooper, Faith Bradley, Issy Leech and Claire Hill (one assist) all chipped in a goal.


Harford Tech 18, Edgewood 4: Molly Re had three goals and three assists to lead the Cobras (7-3). Arleah Brown and Lauren Kunes also scored three goals, with Kunes handing out two assists. Jordan Strang and Madison Partridge each scored twice.

Roland Park 21, Patterson Mill 3: Gabby Eraso, Addison Harmel and Caitlyn Welker all scored for Patterson Mill. Taylor Brown made 14 saves.

Oakland Mills 18, Hammond 8: Sara Novak shined for the Scorpions (3-8, 1-6 Howard County) with a Howard County season-high 11 goals, as well as an assist. Novak was also dominant in the circle with 18 draw controls. Kaity Browne had five goals and two assists, while Katie Oliver made seven saves. For Hammond (2-9, 0-8), Hannah Haber led the way with five goals, while Leah Sheinhorn had two.

Wilde Lake 13, Reservoir 12: The Wildecats (4-6, 4-5 Howard County) earned the win in overtime, as Cassy Montgomery scored a team-high six goals. Kayla Hunter scored four times as Safaa Sattar added two goals. Alana Leak scored five goals to lead Reservoir (5-7, 3-6 Howard County). Alex Ripkin scored four goals, while Kat Thayer scored twice and added four assists. Karla Carranza made eight saves.

Mt. Hebron 15, Liberty 8: Jessie Barke scored a season-high five goals, leading the Vikings (8-3) to victory. Audrey Harrington chipped in four goals, while Olivia Hoover had a hat trick. Mt. Hebron built a commanding 11-4 lead at half. For Liberty, Riley Matthiesen led the way with three goals and three assists, and Val Thompson also scored twice.

Boys lacrosse

River Hill 16, Atholton 4: The Hawks (6-4, 5-4 Howard County) built a commanding 8-2 halftime lead. For Atholton (3-7, 3-6), Glen Billard had a goal, while Spencer Krasnick had a goal and an assist. Max Halpern made 11 saves for the Raiders.


Boys tennis

Marriotts Ridge 5, River Hill 0: The Mustangs got singles wins from Mukundh Boopathi and Rafa Feldman. Doubles wins came from the teams of Pedro Arantes Gabriel and Shreyas Rath, Sai Charan Chodavarapu and Colin Wang, and Jerry He and Alex Yang.

Century 3, Liberty 2: Jack Amerault picked up a 6-1, 6-1 win at first singles. Doubles teams of Mark Rolfes and Evan DeLawter, and Parker Thorpe and Josh Chenoweth added wins for Century (13-1, 11-1 Carroll County). Liberty’s wins came from second singles Nikhil Andhavarapu and the second doubles team of Connor Clapper and Austin Cirri.

Westminster 4, Winters Mill 1: The Falcons’ Kanul Shah wo first singles, but the Owls swept the rest of the matches. Michael Fronheiser won second singles and doubles wins came from Everett Costley and Landon Davidson, Jake Cotoia and Michael Pohuski, and Abbott Houle and Jarom Hawes.

C. Milton Wright 4, Manchester Valley 1: Jacob Kegley and Deron Zhu won singles matches for the Mustangs. Xavier Moeddel and Chase Medinger won first doubles, while Colin Blanton and Gabe Greathouse won third doubles. Declan McGarry and Kamden Estes picked up Manchester Valley’s lone win.

South Carroll 4, Francis Scott Key 1: Stephen Cox won the lone contested singles match for the Cavaliers. Frederick Fritchie Jr. and Zac Sealfon, and Sean Mossman and Chase Loden added doubles wins. Cole Tate and Gavin Bussells won first doubles for FSK.

Severn 3, Calvert Hall 2: Matt McNair collected a win at No. 1 singles 6-0, 6-1, while brother Daniel McNair won 6-2, 6-1 at No. 2 singles. Nate Krall also tallied victory at No. 3 singles, 6-1, 6-1.


Howard 4, Glenelg 1: Alex Brousseau won first singles for the Lions, who also swept doubles play. Wins came from Jeff Harvey and Tyson Nguyen, Prim Shah and Krish Shroff, and Nathan Gong and Hubert Yu.

Girls tennis

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River Hill 5, Marriotts Ridge 0: Adele Lair and Julia Cabacar won singles matches for the Hawks. Doubles wins came from Adelaide Houston and Priyanka Ramulu, Defne Demirekler and Pooja Swamykumar, and Ella Jiao and Ellnor Tn.

C. Milton Wright 3, Manchester Valley 2: Frances Ceballos and Emily Modell swept their singles matches for the Mustangs, while Caroline Gallant and Emma Sheridan won first doubles in three sets. Manchester Valley got doubles wins from Kara Chwang and Katy Resh, and Lilly Hicks and Alyssa Miller.

Liberty 4, Century 1: The Lions move to 13-0, 12-0 in county play. Kara Barolotwits won first singles for the Lions. They also got a doubles sweep with wins coming from Madison Haggerty and Grace Maerten, Val Davis and Shannon Hope and Mariah Talford and Amelia Mustico. Allison Embrey won second singles for Century.

Westminster 5, Winters Mill 0: Daphne Whitmore and Meredith Hoppenstein each recorded singles victories for Westminster as the doubles teams of Jennifer Sorkin and Katherine Raab, Miranda Moshang and Gillian Blubaugh, and Sophie Long and Stella Schoberg all recorded wins.

South Carroll 4, Francis Scott Key 1: Casey Reno and Audrey Lilycrop won singles matches for the Cavaliers. Caroline Aliftiras and Callie Chesney, and Sophie Kebede and Sydney Mossman added doubles wins. Caroline Kohr and Anna Scott earned a win for FSK.


Howard 5, Glenelg 0: Corinne Chau swept her first singles match, while Presley Caroland and Viola Yu swept first doubles. Varsha Kantheti added a singles win for the Lions. Doubles wins also came from Shannon Clifford and Amelia Krieg, and Charlotte Harvey and Riley Randolph.

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