Campbell Kline has helped Severna Park to a 9-1 record and a No. 1 softball ranking
Campbell Kline has helped Severna Park to a 9-1 record and a No. 1 softball ranking (Nicole Munchel For Baltimore Sun / Capital Gazette)

The polls through Sunday, April 14, events:

BOYS LACROSSE

No. School , Record

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1. Calvert Hall, 9-1

2. St. Mary’s, 7-4

3. St. Paul’s, 7-2

4. Gilman, 7-3

5. Boys’ Latin, 7-4

6. Loyola Blakefield, 6-4

7. McDonogh, 7-4

8. Westminster, 8-0

9. Severna Park, 6-0

10. Arch. Spalding, 6-5

11. Marriotts Ridge, 6-1

12. Severn, 3-7

13. Century, 7-1

14. Broadneck, 4-1

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15. Patterson Mill, 7-0

Others considered: Centennial (7-1), Hereford (6-3), Howard (5-2), South River (6-1), Towson (6-2)

GIRLS LACROSSE

No. School, Record

1. McDonogh, 12-0

2. Glenelg, 7-1

3. Notre Dame Prep, 11-2

4. South River, 7-1

5. Glenelg Country, 10-3

6. Severna Park, 8-0

7. Marriotts Ridge, 6-1

8. Archbishop Spalding, 8-3

9. Hereford, 6-0

10. Roland Park, 8-4

11. South Carroll, 7-0

12. Century, 8-1

13. St. Paul’s, 6-7

14. Bryn Mawr, 7-4

15. Catonsville, 5-2

Others considered: John Carroll (5-6), Maryvale (5-6-1), St. Mary’s (5-7), Westminster (3-3)

BASEBALL

No. School, Record

1. Calvert Hall, 15-2

2. Howard, 10-1

3. Dulaney, 8-1

4. Gilman, 13-7

5. Broadneck, 9-1

6. Severna Park, 9-2

7. Mount Hebron, 8-1

8. South River, 8-1

9. John Carroll, 10 -4

10. Arch. Spalding, 9-6

11. Bel Air, 6-2

12. Chesapeake-AA, 7-3

13. McDonogh, 9-6

14. Mount Saint Joseph, 8-4

15. Harford Tech, 9-2

Others considered: Atholton (7-3), Catonsville (7-2), Century (7-3), City (7-0), Glenelg Country (11-1), Marriotts Ridge (5-3), Towson (7-2)

SOFTBALL

No. School, Record

1. Severna Park, 9-1

2. Mount de Sales, 7-3

3. Arch. Spalding, 6-2

4. McDonogh, 8-2

5. Chesapeake, 8-1

6. Glen Burnie, 10-1

7. Towson, 7-0

8. Hammond, 8-1

9. Eastern Tech, 6-2

10. Howard, 8-3

11. Patterson Mill, 7-1

12. Catonsville, 8-2

13. Westminster, 7-3

14. Glenelg, 7-3

15. River Hill, 7-3

Others considered: Manchester Valley (7-3), Northeast (7-3), Sparrows Point (5-4), C. Milton Wright (4-4), North County (6-3), Bel Air (5-2)

Pietramala's instant offensive surge lifts Boys' Latin lacrosse past Loyola Blakefield, 15-8

The freshman attackman, playing in his second varsity game, finished with seven goals and two assists

BOYS OUTDOOR TRACK

No. School

1. Gilman

2. Calvert Hall

3. Arundel

4. Dulaney

5. South River

6. Howard

7. Harford Tech

8. Mount St. Joseph

9. Manchester Valley

10. Century

Others considered: Atholton, Digital Harbor, Dundalk, Loyola, Mount Hebron, Oakland Mills

GIRLS OUTDOOR TRACK

No. School

1. McDonogh

2. Mount de Sales

3. Hereford

4. Severna Park

5. Harford Tech

6. Mount Hebron

7. Notre Dame Prep

8. Maryvale

9. Reservoir

10. South Carroll

Others considered: Atholton, Arundel, City, Dulaney, Franklin, Howard, South River

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