Varsity roundup (April 20): Patterson Mill edges C. Milton Wright in baseball

From Sun staff reports
Patterson Mill edged C.M. Wright in baseball.

Eric Raley hit a two-run single in the bottom of the sixth inning to lift host Patterson Mill over C. Milton Wright, 3-2, in baseball Wednesday.

The Huskies improved to 10-3, and the Mustangs fell to 6-6.

In the sixth inning, Patterson Mill's Kyle Goudy singled and stole second. Max Elliott drew a walk before Raley brought them home.

The game featured 11 hits, all singles, and one walk.

No. 14 St. Mary's 12, Edgewood 0: The visiting Saints (13-6) scored six runs in the second inning and beat the Rams (7-5).

Three pitchers — starter and winning pitcher Brandon Cook, and relievers Jake Norris and Robert Chaney — combined to throw a one-hitter.

Harford Tech 5, Elkton 0: Winning pitcher Josh Hucke gave up four hits and struck out four as the host Cobras (6-7) shut out the Golden Elks (4-7).

Harford Tech scored three runs in the first inning and two in the second.


No. 1 Eastern Tech 8, Patapsco 1: Winning pitcher Jodie Bronushas worked seven innings, gave up one run on two hits and struck out six as the visiting Mavericks (11-0) beat the Patriots (0-8).

Sarah Ciekot went 3-for-4 with a triple and an RBI for Eastern Tech.

No. 7 Severna Park 16, Annapolis 1: Winning pitcher Campbell Kline worked three innings, gave up two hits and struck out six as the host Falcons (11-2) beat the Panthers (0-11).

Offensively, Kline went 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI.

Boys lacrosse

Havre de Grace 9, Patterson Mill 8, OT: Colin Dean scored a game-high five goals to lead the Warriors (4-6) past the host Huskies (2-7).

The halftime score was tied at 5. Noah Holloway had four goals for Patterson Mill.

Girls lacrosse

No. 4 Roland Park 17, Bryn Mawr 9: The host Reds (11-1, 7-1 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) broke away from the Mawrtians (5-5, 4-4) in the last 11 minutes.

After visiting Bryn Mawr cut the lead to 11-9 on Sophie Murphy's free-position shot with 13:09 remaining in the second half, the Reds scored six straight goals.

Senior midfielder Anna Hauser had two during that stretch and finished with five goals and two assists.

Cameron McGee (two goals, two assists) and Kiki Shaw (three goals) also shined for Roland Park.

AP Smith led Bryn Mawr with three goals.

—Tom Worgo, Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 7 Glenelg 10, Broadneck 5: Georgia Esmond scored four goals and the host Gladiators (7-2) beat the Bruins (4-3).

Esmond either scored or assisted on every scoring play in the first half for Glenelg.

She opened the game with back-to-back scores, taking it herself on the game's first goal, then finishing off a pass from Lindsay LeTellier to give the Gladiators a 2-0 lead.

Esmond added her third goal after finishing on a free position. She worked her way through and placed her shot to put the Gladiators up 4-0.

—Monica D'Ippolito, Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 11 St. Mary's 10, Mount de Sales 9: Shelby Harrison scored a game-high five goals and the visiting Saints (10-3, 5-3 IAAM A Conference) outlasted the Sailors (3-9, 2-7).

No. 12 St. Paul's 13, Garrison Forest 9: Ashlyn McGovern scored a game-high six goals to lead the visiting Gators (7-5, 5-4 IAAM A Conference) past the Grizzlies (4-7, 2-6).

St. Paul's used a 7-4 run in the second half to pull away.

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