Connor Hume had a hat trick and No. 2 Loyola Blakefield won its sixth straight, beating No. 9 Gilman, 10-7, in boys lacrosse Tuesday.

The visiting Greyhounds (5-7, 1-5 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Associaton A Conference) tied the game at 6 with two minute left in the third quarter.


The Dons (12-3, 6-1) responded with a 4-1 run that spanned from 41 seconds remaining in the third quarter to 39 seconds left in the game.

No. 7 Severn 8, No. 3 Boys' Latin 7: The host Admirals (7-6, 4-4 MIAA A Conference) went on a 4-1 run in the third quarter to take control and hold on for the win.

Brendan Grimes had a hat trick for the Lakers (9-4, 4-3).

No. 4 Calvert Hall 11, No. 13 Mount Saint Joseph 10: Jack Sawyer had four goals and an assist to lead the visiting Cardinals (10-3, 4-2 MIAA A Conference) past the Gaels (6-6, 1-4). Mount Saint Joseph took an early 3-0 lead before Calvert Hall led 5-4 at the half.

"They [the Gaels] did a good job of taking us out of our rhythm," Cardinals coach Bryan Kelly said. "Then, we made some adjustments."

Calvert Hall played without Jacob Kelly, who was injured in the Boys' Latin game Friday.

No. 6 St. Paul's 11, No. 14 Archbishop Spalding 6: Troy Barthleme had a hat trick to pace the host Crusaders (6-5, 4-2 MIAA A Conference) past the Cavaliers (7-8, 5-6). St. Paul's led 6-3 at the half.

Glenelg Country 13, St. John's Catholic Prep 9: Mikey Welsh scored four goals to lead the host Dragons (4-7, 3-5 MIAA B Conference) past the Vikings (4-9, 0-7).

—Tim Schwartz,

Baltimore Sun Media Group


C. Milton Wright 13, Edgewood 1, 5 innings: Winning pitcher Ryan Kregel (1-0) worked five innings, gave up one run on four hits, walked one and struck out two for the host Mustangs (5-6).

Kregel is the grandson of the late Ernie Tyler, an Orioles umpire attendant. The Rams fell to 2-10.



Patterson Mill 4, Edgewood 2: Winning pitcher Dakota Pitts went seven innings, gave up two runs on five hits, walked three and struck out 10 as the Huskies (10-1) beat the host Rams (6-5).

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