After the No. 3 Gilman baseball team lost by one run to No. 1 Calvert Hall on Friday, the host Greyhounds turned the tables on the Cardinals on Wednesday night.

With the Greyhounds trailing 5-4 with the bases loaded, two outs and an 0-2 pitch count, Greg Wills hit a line drive up the middle that was misplayed by the Calvert Hall infield, allowing two runs to score and Gilman to win, 6-5, in eight innings.


In the eighth, Charlie Darby hit a single and Drew Ehrlich and Emmanuel Engermann walked to load the bases for the Greyhounds (9-3, 7-2 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference).

The Cardinals (12-5, 7-1) opened with a three-run first inning. Each team scored a run in the third inning before Gilman scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to tie the score at 4. Neither team scored in the seventh, forcing the extra inning.

No. 2 Reservoir 5, River Hill 2: Right-hander Jack Barry (3-0) worked six innings, gave up two runs on four hits, walked four, hit two and struck out five as the Gators (7-1) beat the host Hawks (4-5).

Barry gave up a run in the first and second innings before pitching four scoreless innings.

No. 5 Mount Saint Joseph 11, McDonogh 1: The visiting Gaels (10-4, 5-3 MIAA A Conference) scored 11 runs in the third inning to beat the Eagles (7-8, 1-8).

Liberty 5, No. 10 South Carroll 3:

The host Lions (5-2, 4-2) got timely hitting, played much-improved defense and Austin Bode recorded key outs when needed in a win over the Cavaliers (7-3, 5-1).

Jake Rill,

Baltimore Sun Media Group


No. 2 Seton Keough 10, John Carroll 1: Right-hander Kelly Lynch (9-0) gave up one run on four hits, walked one and struck out 11 as the Gators (9-0, 6-0 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) beat the host Patriots (1-4, 1-4).

Seton Keough scored two runs in the first and fifth innings before a six-run seventh inning. Amber Cosgrove (3-for-4) had a double in the sixth.

No. 5 Liberty 7, South Carroll 4: The visiting Lions (8-1, 6-0 Carroll County) had four runs after two innings, piled up six extra-base hits, and scored all their runs with two outs. Lexi Jones led the way, going 4-for-4 with a double, a triple and three RBIs. Liberty's win avenged last year's playoff loss to the Cavaliers (5-2, 3-2).

Pat Stoetzer,


Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 8 Perry Hall 13, Owings Mills 1: The host Gators (7-1) scored five runs in the bottom of the first and cruised past the Eagles (0-5).

No. 14 North County 5, No. 9 Arundel 4: Ciana Bayza gave up four hits in five innings, and Alyssa Allender pitched two shutout innings to lead the host Knights (9-3) past the Wildcats (9-2).

North County won its eighth straight and ended Arundel's eight-game winning streak.

No. 10 Severna Park 5, Glen Burnie 1: Winning pitcher Haley Simonds worked seven innings, gave up one run on six hits, walked one and struck out eight as the Falcons (8-4) beat the host Gophers (4-5).

Severna Park scored three runs in the top of the sixth to outdistance Glen Burnie. The Falcons' Maggie Praley (3-for-3) had two doubles, and Simonds had one.

No. 12 Northeast 10, Southern 0: Jenna Matulonis pitched five innings, gave up three hits and struck out six as the Eagles (5-1) shut out the visiting Bulldogs (1-8).

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No. 13 Broadneck 14, Southern 4: Josh Iffland and Kevin Smith each had a hat trick to lead the host Bruins (7-3) past the Bulldogs (4-5).

Broadneck led 6-4 at the break.

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