In the top of the sixth inning Lansdowne pitcher Jordyn Goodman broke the school record for strikeouts, and in the bottom of the eighth inning, she knocked in the game-winning run with a liner over center fielder Akirra Pullen's head as the No. 2 Vikings (13-1) defeated Dulaney 4-3 in softball action on Friday.
Goodman finished with 14 strikeouts, but it was her 11th that was the 540th of her four-year varsity career and that broke the mark of 539 previously held by Maude McCourry.
"That was a great game on both parts," Goodman said, "They played awesome, they always play awesome and that was the greatest game I think we had this season."
Goodman allowed four hits and didn't walk a batter.
"That is as well as I've ever seen her pitch, she hit her locations and she pulverized the outside corner on us which we couldn't get to," Dulaney coach Dave Barwick said.
Pullen had a home run for Dulaney (8-7) and Lansdowne got a pair of hits from Jasmine Schouster, a triple by Jessie Trott and a double by Katie Amoss.
Dulaney junior pitcher Shannon Musolf allowed six hits and fanned nine.
No. 15 Patterson Mill 10, Elkton 0: Winning pitcher Dakota Pitts struck out seven in a five-inning no-hitter for the Huskies (15-2). The Golden Elks fell to 7-11. Patterson Mill won the Susquehanna Division title for the first time in school history. The Huskies regular-season finale is Monday at North East at 3:30 p.m.
No. 10 Howard 6, No. 8 Reservoir 4: The host Lions (14-5, 13-3 Howard) scored six runs in the first two innings and held off the Gators (14-5, 13-3).
No. 11 Marriotts Ridge (14-3, 14-2) beat Hammond, 8-5, to earn at least a share of its first county championship. The Mustangs can win the title outright with a win against Mt. Hebron on Tuesday, while Howard and Reservoir can get a share if they beat Oakland Mills on Monday and Tuesday, respectively, and if Marriotts Ridge loses to the Vikings.
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Edgewood 18, Joppatowne 1: Winning pitcher Lexi Buchanan gave up one run on two hits and struck out five as the host Rams (8-6) beat the Mariners (0-14). Julia Spinner had a double, a home run and two RBIs for Edgewood.
No. 4 Marriotts Ridge 10, Hammond 0: The Mustangs (15-3) cruised to a five-inning shutout over the host Golden Bears (2-16) to secure the program its second straight county title.
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No. 10 Dulaney 10, Towson 0: Winning pitcher Todd Mozoki threw a one-hitter as the host Lions (16-1) shut out the Generals (7-7). Dulaney scored five runs in the fourth and fifth innings.
No. 1 McDonogh 12, No. 13 Mount Saint Joseph 4: Dane Swanson scored a game-high four goals in the first half to lead the Eagles (12-4, 8-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) past the host Gaels (6-9, 1-7).
No. 4 Boys' Latin 15, No. 14 Archbishop Spalding 5: Matt Brandau scored a game-high four goals and Brendan Grimes had three goals to lead the host Lakers (11-4, 6-3 MIAA A Conference) past the Cavaliers (7-9, 2-7). Boys' Latin opened with a 9-0 run.
No. 9 Gilman 9, John Carroll 8: Noah Klein made seven saves in the first half and nine players scored for the Greyhounds (8-7, 4-5 MIAA A Conference). The host Patriots (4-12, 0-8) went on a 5-0 run in the second half.
Archbishop Curley 11, Glenelg Country 9: Jacob Cunningham had a hat trick to lead the host Friars (10-6, 9-1 MIAA B Conference) past the Dragons (5-9, 4-6). Curley led 6-3 at the half.
Broadneck 18, Northeast 10: Vinny Facciponti scored five goals to lead the host Bruins (7-5) past the Eagles (5-11). Broadneck finished strong on an 8-1 run in the fourth quarter.
No. 8 St. Mary's 14, No. 15 John Carroll 13: Maggie Aumiller had three goals and three assists to lead the host Saints (10-7) past the Patriots (9-10) in a Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference first-round game.
No. 10 St. Paul's 18, Severn 6: Shelton Sawers had four goals and Darby Welsh had a hat trick to pace the host Gators (11-5) past the Admirals (3-16) in a IAAM A Conference first round game. St. Paul's faces host Archbishop Spalding, Monday at 4:30 p.m.
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.