Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action on Wednesday, May 4.
Bel Air 7, Elkton 3: The Bobcats jumped ahead with four runs in the bottom of the fifth. Alayna LeVee homered and drove in two in the win. Kyrsten Coppage had three hits, including a double, and two RBIs. Coppage got the win in the circle.
Crofton 29, Southern 1: Sophomore Lynsie Herman was 4-for-4 with six RBIs to fuel her Cardinals’ dominant win. Herman, combined with five other hitters, piled 18 runs into the second inning. Marley Connor allowed only two hits and struck out 10.
Chesapeake 7, Old Mill 3: After the Patriots’ Danica Lease tied the game at 2 in the fourth, the Cougars broke through. Norah Hart homered in the third and fifth innings and drove in a run in the sixth. Riley Kellner brought the game within a run, 4-3, in the fifth, but Chesapeake surged away in the sixth with runs from Emilee Leone, Sophia Bianco and Hart.
Glen Burnie 3, Broadneck 2: The Gophers won their sixth in a row thanks to a go-ahead run by Olivia Bowers in the eighth inning.
Edgewood 7, Bohemia Manor 1: Winner Miranda Badham struck out 10 as the host Rams beat the Eagles. Edgewood scored three runs in the first inning.
Liberty 12, Manchester Valley 0: Three pitchers combined on the four-hit shutout for the Lions. Anthony Zombro led a balanced offense with a double and three RBIs. Trevor Coombs drove in two runs, while Ryan Smith, Camden Hodges, Byron Blevins and Nathan Martin had RBIs.
Boonsboro 12, Westminster 1: The Owls surrendered seven runs in the second inning. Robbie Bouthner doubled and drove in a run for Westminster. Adam Price also doubled.
North County 9, South River 4: Andrew Myers, Evan Pollman and Aaron Wharton had three RBIs collectively in the fifth inning to energize North County’s win. Three Knights pitchers, Dustin Danckwerth, Riley Brister and Quinn Yellin, combined over seven innings for four strikeouts.
Meade 1, Northeast 0: Noah Mitchell drove in the lone run for the victorious Mustangs. Aiden Barbour pitched a complete game for Meade, striking out 11, walking two and allowing three hits.
Broadneck 6, Glen Burnie 1: The Bruins had the upper hand from the start as Nolan Banwell hit a two-run home run in the first inning. Calvin Cook and Josh Ehrlich generated three runs in the fifth as well. Nick Stergiou struck out three without a walk in five innings, allowing six hits.
Indian Creek 8, McDonogh 3: After the Eagles took a one-run lead early, Indian Creek broke out in the fourth. Andrew Harris drove in two runs with a double, followed by Anders Liimatainen, who drove in a run with a single. Another three Eagles runs shipped home in the sixth, thanks to Chris Kokoski, Julian Butler and Patrick Smith. On the hill, Logan Frazier struck out three while permitting six hits and three runs over five innings. Butler came in relief without allowing a hit.
Harford Tech 19, Patterson Mill 4: Arleah Brown and Sofia Albi each scored four goals for the Cobras. Molly Re added three goals, while Lauren Kunes had two goals and two assists. For the Huskies, Caroline Gebhard scored three goals and Taylor Brown made eight saves.
Arundel 13, North County 7: The Wildcats rode a powerful opening half to triumph, led by senior Morgan Gore, who had nine goals on the day. Kylie Sharpe recorded 11 saves against the Knights (9-4), who were anchored by Maggie Blandford (three goals) and Alyssa Yost (two goals and an assist).
Centennial 18, Howard 16: The Eagles, led by Abby Cudzilo with six goals and three assists, edged the Lions. Alaina Kelly backed her with four goals and an assist. In goal, Ava and Adria Welsh each made eight saves. For Howard, Sam Brothers scored six goals.
Oakland Mills 20, Long Reach 15: Sara Novak led the Scorpions (4-8, 2-6 Howard County) with 10 goals and two assists, her second consecutive game with 10 or more goals. Kaity Browne had six goals and three assists, while Katie Oliver made nine saves. For the Lightning (3-8, 1-6), Lucy Paulhaumus had five goals and three assists, while Chiara Pompei also had five goals.
Glenelg 22, Mt. Hebron 3: Glenelg (13-0, 8-0 Howard County) completed an undefeated regular season as Lauren LaPointe scored a season-high six goals. Isa Torres had a season-high five goals as Carleigh Callahan chipped in four goals and an assist. Jocelyn Torres made seven saves. For Mt. Hebron (8-4, 6-2), Peyton Sims, Ellie Smith and Olivia Hoover scored.
Garrison Forest 12, Severn 10: Casey Ulehla had four goals and an assist and Erin Hooper and Sage Whiteside had two goals each, but the host Admirals (7-8, 6-7 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) fell to the Grizzlies (7-8, 5-8). The win ended a four-game losing streak.
No. 7 Notre Dame Prep 15, No. 10 St. Mary’s 11
Severna Park 20, Chesapeake 0
Arundel 13, North County 6: Senior Noah Bell had five goals and two assists in the Wildcats’ victory. Jack Schuette added two goals and two assists while Jacob Dy had two goals. John Tonrey, who also added an assist, recorded 15 saves. Matteo Ciccarello won 19 of 20 faceoffs.
Annapolis 19, Meade 2: Jack Torney (five goals), Andrew Wasielewski (four goals and an assist) and Greg Durkin (two goals and four assists) led the Panthers on offense while Nik Antonelli and Ronan Keohan led their team at the faceoff circle, going 9-for-11 and 6-for-10 respectively.
Broadneck 18, Old Mill 2: Jackson Shaw had six goals and an assist for the Bruins in a victory lap following the Bruins’ momentous win against rival Severna Park on Friday. Jake Schroll added two goals and three assists, while Davis Fisher had two goals and two assists. Graham Hartman went 15-for-16 at the circle, followed by Brayden Schmidt, who went 3-for-5. Matt Tettemer made eight saves.
Severna Park 19, Chesapeake 1: The Falcons overwhelmed the Cougars, led by William Morgan and James Ruppert (three goals each) and two goals from Nolan Zborai (four assists), Joaquin Villagomez (two assists), Andrew Meyers (three goals), Ryan LaRocque and Parker Sealy. Ryan Rush had 10 saves for the Cougars in the loss.
Howard 8, Centennial 7: The Lions won in overtime for their third straight win as Dominic Giangrosso led the way with a hat trick. Lucas Mena scored twice and Jayden Denicola added one goal and two assists.
Reservoir 17, Atholton 7: Both Joey Schinner and Graham Leary shined for the Gators (7-5, 5-5 Howard County) with seven and six goals, respectively. Schinner had five assists, while Leary had six. Nolan Baer made seven saves as the Gators built a 10-2 halftime lead before securing their fifth win in a row.
Track and field
Hereford’s boys and girls bested seven other Baltimore County schools during the Northside Last Chance meet.
The girls won with 185 points but it was a close race behind the Bulls. Towson took second with 69, with Parkville (66), Dulaney (65) and Franklin (64) rounding out the top five. The Bulls won eight individual events and the 4x400 relay.
Piper Lentz won the 400 meters (1:00.4) and 800 (2:27.35). Olivia Barnard won the shot put (28-9) and discus (83-2). Also, Estelle Snider won the 1,600 (5:33.08), Sylvia Snider won the 3,200 (11:50.64), Sarah Lime won the 300 hurdles (48.31) and Riley Wilson won the pole vault (6-6).
Dulaney’s Devin DeGannes won the long jump (14-7) and triple jump (31-5). Carver A&T got wins from Shantae Samms in the 100 (13.01) and Marissa Bookoff in the 100 hurdles (18.18). Franklin’s Kaylyn Johnson won the 200 (26.85) and Reece Dell won the high jump (4-10).
In relays, Towson won the 4x100, Parkville won the 4x200 and Dulaney won the 4x800.
Hereford won the boys meet with 120 points, edging out Towson, who finished with 110. Dulaney (91), Franklin (75) and Parkville (56.5) rounded out the top five.
Hereford won just two events, both from Jadon Gaines. The sophomore won the pole vault (7-6) and triple jump (38-11 1/2). The Bulls also got seconds from Eugene Shannon in the 200, Kyle Turnbaugh in the 1,600 and the 4x800 relay team.
Towson’s Kyle Reser won the shot put (45-4), Ryan Wahler won the 800 (2:02.43) and Max Abubucker won the 3,200 (10:49.38). Towson also won the 4x400 and 4x800 relays.
Dulaney had the most first-place finishes. Derek Schultz won the 110 hurdles, Andrews Hoffmaster won the discus (112-6), Wayne White won the high jump (5-10) and James Northey won the long jump (18-8). The Lions also won the 4x100 and 4x200 relays.
Parkville got firsts from Zion Abdul-Wahid in the 100 (11.28), Aiden Patrick in the 200 (23.75) and Aaron Lippman in the 400 (52.09). Carver A&T’s Evan Calderon won the 1,600 (4:54.44) and Loch Raven’s Kennedy Obah won the 300 hurdles (45.73).
Marriotts Ridge 5, Wilde Lake 0: Both Rafa Feldman and Colin Wang cruised to singles victories as the Mustangs swept all three doubles matches. Pedro Arantes Gabriel and Shreyas Rath, Jerry He and Alex Yang, and Hamin Kim and Samuel Lim each won as pairings.
Marriotts Ridge Girls 3, Wilde Lake 2: After losing both singles matches, the Mustangs won all three doubles matches behind Charita Sandoze and Vinita Badugu, Leah Liu and Megan Wagner, and Haeli Shah and Maria Ottman.
AACS 14.5, Archbishop Curley 6.5
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