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Varsity roundup (March 29): Maggie Hall helps Bel Air take control in girls lacrosse victory over Howard

Girls lacrosse

No. 3 Bel Air 13, Howard 7: Maggie Hall (two goals) had eight draw controls and Megan Dee provided strong defense as the host Bobcats (3-0) beat the Lions (0-2). Julia Henry had a hat trick for Bel Air.

Broadneck 10, Severn 9: The Bruins (3-0) led 8-2 at the half and held off a second-half rally by the Admirals (3-3) at the South River Showcase.

Kaala Puglisi, Sammy Dupcak and Alexis Sullivan all scored three goals for Broadneck.

Boys lacrosse

Gonzaga (D.C.) 11, No. 2 Boys' Latin 8: The visiting Lakers (5-1) had a four-goal advantage that evaporated in the second half. The Eagles (5-2) started both the third and fourth quarters with a 3-0 run.

Gonzaga took a 10-7 lead on the second run.

Brendan Grimes scored three of his four goals in the first half for Boys' Latin.

No. 5 Loyola Blakefield 14, Hill School (Pa.) 4: The host Dons (6-2) bounced back from Tuesday's 11-9 loss to Malvern Prep (Pa.) with a win over the Rams (0-3).

Loyola next faces No. 12 Archbishop Spalding, 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday.

No. 7 Gilman 10, Georgetown Prep 8: The visiting Greyhounds (4-2) used a 3-0 run in the third quarter to break the third and final tie of the game.

After the 3-0 run, Gilman took a 7-4 lead with a minute left in the third. The Hoyas (4-4) came within one goal three more times, but Billy Spillman (2 goals) and Will Godine scored the last two goals for Gilman.

No. 8 St. Paul's 17, Worthington Kilbourne (Ohio) 4: Troy Barthelme had a hat trick in the first half and the host Crusaders (4-2) rolled past the Wolves (2-1). St. Paul's took a 9-1 lead at the half.

No. 12 Archbishop Spalding 7, Annapolis 2: Nate Hutcheson made six saves and the visiting Cavaliers (6-2) beat the Panthers (1-3)

Mount Saint Joseph 8, No. 14 John Carroll 6: The host Gaels (4-1, 1-0 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) took a 6-2 lead at the half and held on to upset the Patriots (1-3, 0-1).

Chesapeake-AA 14, Oakland Mills 7: Dylan Wolfe had five goals and Thomas Bullen had four goals to lead the visiting Cougars (3-0) past the Scorpions (2-1).

Marriotts Ridge 16, South Carroll 1: Colin Kelley and Mitchell Evans each made three saves as the host Mustangs (3-1) beat the Cavaliers (0-1).

Seniors Luke Ingersoll and Peter Geier scored three goals apiece and seniors Logan Frank and Ellis Gloyd had two each for Marriotts Ridge. Freshman Charlie Reynolds also had two tallies.

It's the third straight year the Mustangs have beaten South Carroll.

—Tim Schwartz,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

 

Baseball

No. 1 Archbishop Spalding 11, Mount Saint Joseph 1: Winning pitcher Ethan McCormick gave up one run on one hit in the third inning as the host Cavaliers (5-2, 3-1 MIAA A Conference) beat the Gaels (2-2, 2-2).

Patterson Mill 10, No. 7 Loyola Blakefield 4: Winning pitcher Carson Uebersax went five innings, gave up three runs on four hits, walked four and struck out four as the host Huskies (1-1) upset the Dons (3-4).

No. 12 Dulaney 7, Eastern Tech 5, 10 innings: The visiting Lions (1-0) scored twice in the 10th innning to beat the Mavericks (1-1).

Nolana Matsko (2-for-4) had two RBIs, two runs scored and two stolen bases for Dulaney.

 

Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.

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