Varsity roundup (March 27): Top-ranked Archbishop Spalding upset by Broadneck, 10-9, in baseball
From Sun Staff Reports|
Mar 27, 2018 at 11:17 PM
Host Broadneck scored eight runs in the second inning and held on to upset No. 1 Archbishop Spalding, 10-9, in baseball Tuesday.
The Bruins (2-1) took a five-run lead, 8-3, into the third inning. After both teams scored two runs in the third inning, Spalding scored twice in the fourth and fifth innings in the failed rally.
Broadneck scored runs in the second inning on doubles by Thomas Coble and Ryan Smolen, and fielder's choice by Ethan Soto and Dylan Tenney and a walk by Matt Isaac.
Starter Nicholas Gatton worked two innings, gave up two hits and three runs and struck out two in the win for the Bruins. Ryan Stolarczyk, Smolen and Mitch Bereznay were the relievers for Broadneck. Stolarczyk got the last nine outs and earned a save.
Nicholas Zehring took the loss for the Cavaliers (4-1).
No. 4 Calvert Hall 12, No. 5 Gilman 2: Winning pitcher Colin Flynn threw two innings of relief and JP Murphy went 3-for-4 with five RBIs to lead the host Cardinals (2-2, 2-2 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) past the Greyhounds (3-5, 1-2). Calvert Hall scored six runs in the fourth inning.
No. 5 Archbishop Spalding 14, No. 9 John Carroll 11: Winning pitcher Mackenzie Maenner worked seven innings, struck out five and walked four to lead the Cavaliers (1-1, 0-1 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) past the Patriots (0-1, 0-1).
No. 10 Mount de Sales 18, Catholic 8: Julie Rowe (3-for-4) had two home runs and five RBIs to lead the Sailors (1-0, 1-0 IAAM A Conference) past the Cubs (1-1, 0-1).
MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH 10, No. 11 WESTMINSTER 7: Kyle DeCrispino and Michael Kiley had hat tricks and Zach Rozgonyi, Eben Orbakowski, Griffin Corbett and Jack Callis all scored once for the Gaels. Conner Covey led Westminster with three goals.
No. 1 Calvert Hall 5, Garden City (N.Y.) 2: Grant Mitchell had a hat trick and Jacob Kelly had a goal and two assists to lead the Cardinals (6-1) past the Trojans (1-2) in Haverford, Pa.
Calvert Hall played man down nine times in the game.
No. 3 McDonogh 9, No. 9 Hereford 4: Liam Powderly had two goals and two assists to lead the visiting Eagles (4-2) past the Bulls (0-2). McDonogh held Hereford scoreless in the first and third quarters.
Malvern Prep (Pa.) 11, No. 5 Loyola Blakefield 9: The host Dons (5-1) went on a 4-0 run in the fourth quarter, but came up short against the Friars (2-1).
Connor Hume scored with 9:41 left in the game to bring Loyola within 10-9. Malvern Prep answered, and a combination of a two-goal lead and a man-down penalty against the Dons over the final 40 seconds sealed the win for the Friars.
Malvern Prep has beaten both No. 7 Gilman, 8-6 on Friday, and Loyola and lost to No. 1 Calvert Hall, 11-4 on March 17.
Glen Burnie 9, Hammond 7: Jackson Hall and Will Parker each scored three goals to lead the host Gophers (1-1) past the Bears (0-2).
Marriotts Ridge 14, Reservoir 3: Logan Frank and Charlie Reynolds each had a hat trick to lead the Mustangs (2-1) past the host Gators (0-2).
Broadneck 15, Easton 9: Kaala Puglisi had three goals and five assists to lead the host Bruins (2-0) past the Warriors (0-1). Sammy Dupcak and Alexis Sullivan each had four goals and Olivia Abe had three goals and two assists for Broadneck.
Mount Hebron 17, Atholton 3: Erin Demek and Ellie Miller scored four goals apiece as the Vikings rolled to their second straight blowout to open the season.
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Catonsville 11, Towson 9: Trailing 5-4 with under 10 seconds left in the first half, the Comets (1-1) scored three goals in 59 seconds to take a two-goal advantage on the visiting Generals (1-1), who never pulled even.
South River 10, Southern 5: After the Bulldogs' Alli VanSlyke tied the game at 5 at the 13:23 mark of the second half, the visiting Seahawks won the next six draws and scored five straight goals to open the season with the win and avenge a loss to Southern last year.
Madeline Cloyd led the Seahawks with four goals, including two during the late five-goal run. She scored on a free position to give South River a 7-5 lead, then capped the scoring with a goal at the 2:36 mark.