High School sports

McDonogh upsets No. 1 Calvert Hall in boys lax

The No. 7 McDonogh boys lacrosse team did what no other area school had been able to — hand No. 1 Calvert Hall a loss.

Brinton Valis dodged and scored a top-shelf goal with 2:55 left in overtime as the host Eagles won, 7-6, on Friday.


The Cardinals (7-2) suffered their only other loss March 23 to Pennsylvania powerhouse Conestoga, 11-10.

Calvert Hall, led by Ryan Brown with a hat trick, took a 3-1 lead after the first quarter. McDonogh answered with a 3-1 run in the second quarter to tie the score at 4.


Calvert Hall took the last lead of regulation, 6-5, with 6:24 remaining. Trey McGee (three goals) scored the tying goal for McDonogh with 5:19 left to force overtime.

No. 3 Loyola 13, No. 4 Boys' Latin 6: Freshman Ryan Conrad and T.J.Neubauer each had a hat trick and the host Dons (10-1) used a patient offense to hand the Lakers (7-5) their second loss of the week.

Boys' Latin fell, 12-5, to top-ranked Calvert Hall on Tuesday.

Devin McNamara had a hand in two of the last three Loyola goals, assisting at 7:20 to make it 11-4 and scoring to make it 12-5 with 2:31 left in the game.

Before McNamara's goal, Johns Hopkins-bound Shack Stanwick scored on an extra-man possession with 4:37 left.

Keegan O'Connor scored for Boys' Latin with 28.2 seconds left, but Loyola answered on an open-net goal by Conor Dalton with 11.7 seconds left.

No. 5 St. Mary's 11, No. 9 St. Paul's 3: Mike Bonacci totaled seven points on four goals and three assists, and the visiting Saints (8-2) went on a 7-0 run in the second quarter to pull away from the Crusaders (3-7).

Girls lacrosse


No. 3 Century 23, South Carroll 2: Alexa McGovern scored four goals and the visiting Knights (9-0) took a 15-0 lead at halftime. Morgan Marrale and Kailey Wolfe each had a hat trick for Century.

No. 10 Broadneck 20, North County 5: Zoe Earnest scored five goals and Kelly Meehan had four to power the host Bruins (7-1) past the Knights.

No. 11 John Carroll 14, Garrison Forest 10: Mackenzie Reese had a game-high five goals and Erica Bodt added three to lead the visiting Patriots (4-4) past the Grizzlies.

No. 14 Roland Park 12, Archbishop Spalding 11: Audrey Todd scored a game-high five goals to power the host Reds (5-4) past the Cavaliers (3-7-1). Roland Park went up 12-10 late in the second half and held on to win. Kendall Garden had four goals for Spalding.

No. 2 Bryn Mawr 12, No. 6 Maryvale 11: The host Mawrtians (9-0) came back after being down by three goals at halftime to beat the Lions (5-3).

Kassandra Bowling had a hat trick for Bryn Mawr.



No. 7 Liberty 7, South Carroll 6: Jordan Reynolds drove in the tying run and scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning for the host Lions (8-1).

Andrew Massey hit an infield single to score Reynolds.

No. 9 Archbishop Curley 12, Mount St. Joseph 2: Winner Zach Salkowski (4-0) struck out six for the host Friars (10-5).

No. 11 Patterson Mill 13, Bel Air 3: Matt Golczewski went 4-for-4 with a double, triple, two home runs, four runs scored and three RBIs for the visiting Huskies (8-1).

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No. 12 Reservoir 4, Mount Hebron 0: Right-hander Cody Morris (3-1) gave up two hits and struck out 14 as the host Gators (9-1) shut out the Vikings.


No. 13 Hereford 14, Parkville 6: Jay Patti went 3-for-5 with a double, triple and five RBIs to power the visiting Bulls (7-0) past the Knights. Hereford scored four runs in the first.

St. Frances 5, Severn 0: Right-hander Darrold Adams (2-1) pitched a shutout, giving up three hits and striking out five for the Panthers (7-5) at Gibbons.


No. 6 Howard 3, Atholton 0: Samantha O'Connor pitched seven innings, gave up six hits and struck out six for the visiting Lions (7-2).

No. 9 Reservoir 6, Mount Hebron 4: Morgan Wolfe went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs for the host Gators (10-0).

Patterson Mill 9, Edgewood 0: Haley Horton pitched a shutout, giving up two hits and striking out 12 for the visiting Huskies.