Shelby Harrison had a hat trick and 11 draw controls to lead the No. 9 St. Mary's (14-4, 7-4 IAAM A Conference) past Maryvale (4-11, 1-10) in girls lacrosse.

Softball

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Mount Hebron 9, No. 5 Howard 1: Almost exactly a month after one of the program's most lopsided losses in the past four years at the hands of the No. 5 Lions, the Vikings' softball team came out Thursday and returned the favor.

Mount Hebron (10-4 overall, 10-3 Howard County) jumped ahead of the first-place Lions early and rolled to a 9-1 victory, their sixth straight overall.

Howard (14-3, 13-1) lost its first county game.

Mt. Hebron softball hands Howard first county loss, 9-1

Howard travels to Mt. Hebron for a Howard County softball game on Thursday, May 5.

"We went through a rough spot for a week there … but as we showed out there today, we have come a long way and are a really good softball team that is playing extremely well right now," Vikings coach Chuck Struhar said.

Mount Hebron pitcher Evvie Buehlman struck out eight and went 4-for-5 with an RBI and two runs scored.

Other big efforts came from Rachel Cadigan (3-for-4, 2 runs, RBI), Megan Holquist (2-for-4, run, RBI), Rylee Kinsella (1-for-3, RBI double) and Steph Bluhm (2-RBI single) for the Vikings.

—Brent Kennedy, Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 4 Archbishop Spalding 13, Notre Dame Prep 2: Katie Seidl followed Wednesday's no-hitter against Catholic with a three-hitter against the host Blazers (2-11, 2-11 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference).

Seidl gave up two runs, walked two and struck out six for the Cavaliers (13-4, 11-2).

Calvert Hall baseball roughs up McDonogh

A high school team can't play that much better than Calvert Hall did Thursday in Towson.

Baseball

No. 4 Calvert Hall 10, McDonogh 0: The host Cardinals (16-9, 12-5 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) meshed pitching, hitting and defense into a victory over the Eagles (4-12, 4-12) in a game shortened to 41/2 innings by the 10-run rule.

Calvert Hall senior right-hander Bradley Weber gave up four singles across four innings to pick up the victory.

The Cardinals had eight hits, four for extra bases. Brandon Dorsey hit a two-run homer, Dariel Torres went 2-for-2 with four RBIs and Torres' brother Jose had two hits and scored a run.

—Tom Worgo, Baltimore Sun Media Group

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Mount Saint Joseph 6, Loyola Blakefield 5: Jack Stilling hit a two-run single in the seventh inning to lift the host Gaels (14-12, 7-10 MIAA A Conference) over the Dons (13-9, 7-8).

Boys lacrosse

No. 12 Hereford 17, Loch Raven 2: Matt Lewis had four goals to lead the Bulls (12-1) past the host Raiders (1-10).

Hereford travels to Towson for Saturday's Baltimore County championship.

Glenelg boys lacrosse beats C.M. Wright to capture first non-league win

Glenelg boys lacrosse took on C. Milton Wright High School on May 5, 2016.

Glenelg 8, C. Milton Wright 7: The host Gladiators (6-8) controlled possession for most of the final quarter and Kevin Wynne scored the eventual winner off a pass from Carson Marshall with 3:44 left.

The Mustangs (9-5) scored with 53.6 seconds left, but Glenelg, which allowed just three shots in the final quarter, spoiled a chance in the final seconds to hold on for the win.

—Tim Schwartz, Baltimore Sun Media Group

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