High School sports

High school sports roundup (May 5)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action on Thursday, May 5.


Francis Scott Key 8, Pikesville 4: Nick Patterson threw a five-hitter for the Eagles. He held Pikesville scoreless through six innings until it scored four runs in the seventh. Colton Feister drove in two runs. Jacob Ingle was 4-for-4 with a single, two doubles and a triple.


Towson 3, Catonsville 1: The Generals scored three runs in the sixth to take the win. Samuel Bayne singled in two runs to highlight the spurt. Michael Stamatos had two hits on the day. Ryan Boice tossed a one-hitter with three strikeouts.

Chesapeake 10, Meade 0: Josh Boyd and Jayden Cieri combined to throw a five-inning no-hitter. Boyd struck out seven in 3 1/3 innings. Dillon Stevens led the offense with three hits and three RBIs. Nick Karls, Brendan Phillips and Sean Carroll all tacked on two hits.


South River 4, Glen Burnie 3: Quinn Yellin went 2-for-3 and drove in a run to help South River (7-11) edge Glen Burnie (11-8). Aiden Cassilly gave up two earned runs over 5 2/3 innings to earn the win on the mound. Alan Fangman had two hits for the Gophers and Dylan Kellner had a two-run single.

Annapolis Area Christian School 3, St. Vincent Pallotti 2: Andrew Fatusin’s bunt single scored Will Henderson in the bottom of the ninth, giving AACS the walk-off win. Ryan Jones pitched all nine innings, surrendering just six hits while striking out 10.

St. Mary’s 12, Gilman 5: Jon Madden went 3-for-4 and drove in three runs. He also was the winning pitcher for the Saints. Henry Carbone singled, doubled and drove in two for St. Mary’s. Damion Kenealy, Rocco Abdinoor, Brennan Moran, Ryan Merkel, Eric Chaney and Dominic Hicks also drove in runs.

Archbishop Spalding 10, Loyola Blakefield 1: Caleb Estes had two hits, including a home run, to drive in four runs and lead the Cavaliers (23-4) to victory. Spalding added another three runs in the fourth inning thanks to Ethan McNally and Mikey Roeder. Parker Thomas led Spalding on the mound, allowing only one run and three hits while striking out nine in five innings.

North County 7, Crofton 0: Thor Hildebrand limited the Cardinals to three hits in the shutout, striking out seven batters. Kevin Santos batted 2-for-3 with a run while Kyle Lowman drove in two runs for the Knights (13-6).

Key 11, Chapelgate 1: Armand Ortiz homered and drove in two for Key. Collin McNabb singled, doubled and drove in a run, while Chris Williams also picked up an RBI in the win.

Aberdeen 16, Joppatowne 5: Will Hart singled, doubled and drove in four to lead Aberdeen. Sean Deaner finished with three hits, including a triple, and two RBIs. KJ Miller, Connor Sullivan and Tyler Keeney all had two hits.

Mt. Hebron 6, Howard 0: Two pitchers combined on the six-hitter. Sam Cohen started and went six innings, striking out 11. Nick Hutchinson singled, doubled and drove in two to lead the Vikings’ offense. Brandon Arnold also doubled and drove in a run.


Sparrows Point 3, Dulaney 3: The game was ruled a tie after 14 innings. Mark Shelley pitched seven innings for the Pointers, giving up two runs. Austin Shifflett gave up one run in five innings and Logan Deene threw two scoreless innings. Nate Farlow gave up two runs in 6 1/3 innings for Dulaney. Grant Kirstukis threw 2 2/3 scoreless innings. Ibo Bakir gave up one run in four innings. Offensively, Shelley singled and tripled twice for the Pointers. Colson Felt was 3-for-5 with an RBI for Dulaney.


Dundalk 10, Patapsco 0: The Owls’ seniors led the way on senior night. Kassie Poling had three hits and two RBIs, Alex McCue singled, doubled and drove in two runs and Britney Thompson had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI. Lilyian Hafner and Alexis Elliott each added RBI doubles Alarya McCauley singled and scored a run.

Sparrows Point 14, Perry Hall 3: After giving up three runs in the top of the first, the Pointers rallied back to lead after three innings. Ava Johnson had three hits, including a home run, and four RBIs. Molly Shelley went 4-for-4.

Liberty 12, Manchester Valley 2: Liberty jumped in front with 10 runs in the top of the first inning. Erin Martin and Evelyn Connor each went 4-for-5 for the Lions, with Connor driving in two and Martin one. Kaelin Ault singled, doubled, tripled and drove in two. Hailey Seaton also drove in two. For Manchester Valley, Makenna Deane went 3-for-3.

North Harford 14, C. Milton Wright 4: After allowing the Mustangs to score four runs in the first inning, the Hawks jumped ahead with five in the bottom of the frame. Maggie Mullin picked up the win for the Hawks, striking out nine.

Archbishop Spalding 10, John Carroll 0: Amaya Carroll threw a five-inning one-hitter with six strikeouts for the Cavaliers. Jayda Betts went 3-for-3. Emma Scarfe, Carroll and Alex Bailey all had multiple hits for Spalding.


Atholton 20, Oakland Mills 3: The Raiders earned their second win of the season with a season-high 20 runs. Morgan Ryan and Katie Saylor each had two hits to lead the way. Kamryn Marable, Madeline Skaggs, Adara Baldini, Fiona Wallace, Marissa Palmer and Gianna Gregory also had hits in the win.

Mt. Hebron 3, Howard 0: Emma Behel shined in the circle, allowing just two hits through seven innings for the Vikings (10-5, 9-5 Howard County). Sophia Ginty led the way at the plate with a pair of RBIs. For Howard (10-5, 9-4), Maddie Coleman struck out 10 through six innings.

Wilde Lake 9, Marriotts Ridge 3: Lauren Jascewsky spearheaded the Wildecats’ offense, finishing 4-for-4 with an RBI. Veronica Goode tallied three RBIs, while Allison McQueeney added two. Wilde Lake (14-4, 12-4 Howard County) has won five in a row. For Marriotts Ridge (3-9), Jasmin Kirkland and Ashley Theimer each finished with two hits.

Severna Park 14, Annapolis 0: Christina Ballagh led the Falcons, going 2-for-3 with two RBIs, while Alexa Jimeno collected the win from the circle, allowing just one hit and striking out five.

South River 9, Glen Burnie 2: Brianna Ford tallied nine strikeouts and drove in two runs for the Seahawks, ending the Gophers’ six-game winning streak. Gracelyn Solarz hit a three-run home run in the sixth inning, while CJ Harris batted in two runs and Erin Tebbe drove in one. Alexis Abrams went 3-for-3 for Glen Burnie, bringing home a run herself.

Girls lacrosse

Eastern Tech 20, Patapsco 7: Five Mavericks — Lily Jones, Jess Urban, Leah Brammer, Keira Choi and Ashley Kyle — tallied hat tricks in the win. Maria Schneider added two goals and three assists. Monica Mumma made eight saves.


Century 16, C. Milton Wright 11: Lauren Hackett and Anna Hackett each scored five goals, and Caroline Little backed them with four goals and two assists in the Knights’ win. Becca Mullinex made nine saves.

South Carroll 13, Frederick 2: Shannon McTavish scored five goals and assisted on three others to lead the Cavaliers. Caroline Laur and Grace Laur each added two goals. Leah Miller, Isabelle Gapen, Cailin Yankle and Reese Athey also scored. Claire Vasquenza made six saves.

Hereford 14, North Harford 7: The Bulls got four goals from Maddison Izzo and three each from Jordan Peterson and Lindsey Moneymaker as they doubled up the Hawks. Jody Cadden and Claire McMahon each scored twice for North Harford.

Marriotts Ridge 17, Dulaney 9: Maisy Clevenger led the way for the Mustangs (10-4) with seven goals and added an assist. Sofie Bender scored four times, while Hayley Lettinga, Caroline Albert and Sophia Baxter each scored twice. Grace Hejeebu made seven saves.

Boys lacrosse

Varsity Highlights

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Northeast 13, Glen Burnie 1: Devin Wirth scored seven goals in the Eagles’ victory. RJ Breeden added three goals and an assist, while Caleb Jacobs contributed two goals and Trent Wise one. Scott Czyz dished off four assists, while Blaine Bennett collected 13 saves for Northeast.

Francis Scott Key 12, Pikesville 3: Evan Brown picked up a hat trick for the Eagles, while Graham Johns and Evan Austin each added two goals in the win. Gabe Dell, Ray Whittington and Nick Hoeflich all scored. Elijah Harris handed out two assists. Keith LaPierre made 14 saves.


Boys tennis

Marriotts Ridge 5, Long Reach 0: Sai Charan Chodavarapu and Rafa Feldman won their singles matches in dominant fashion. Pedro Arantes Gabriel and Shreyas Rath, Alex Yang and Arnav Srivastava, and Samuel Lim and Hamin Kim each won as doubles pairings. The Mustangs improved to 14-0.

Howard 3, Mt. Hebron 2: The Vikings’ Guy Scafidi and Jeff Li took both singles matches, but the Lions swept doubles play. Wins came from the teams of Alex Brousseau and Jeff Harvey, Tyson Nguyen and Hubert Yu, and Nathan Gong and Krish Shroff.

Girls tennis

Marriotts Ridge Girls 5, Long Reach 0: Charita Sandoze and Varsha Devireddy each won their singles matches 8-0. Anna Ottman and Hashini Amarasinghe, Megan Wagner and Leah Liu, and Vinita Badugu and Haeli Shah won their doubles matches. The Mustangs improved to 12-2.

Howard 3, Mt. Hebron 2: The doubles teams of Corinne Chau and Viola Yu, Presley Caroland and Marina Kim and Shannon Clifford and Amelia Kreig all won for the Lions to give them the win. Mt. Hebron’s Riya Rai and Nithiya Chilukuri were singles winners.

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