John Carroll beats Boys' Latin, 7-2Junior catcher Brian...

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April 01, 1993

John Carroll beats Boys' Latin, 7-2

Junior catcher Brian Vollmer had three RBI as host John Carroll (1-0) broke a 2-2 tie with five runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and went on to defeat Boys' Latin, 7-2, yesterday. The game was called in the fifth inning because of darkness.

* Mount St. Joseph 15, Gibbons 0: Tim Trotta pitched a two-hitter as the No. 11 Gaels beat No. 8 Gibbons.

* Thomas Johnson 8, Westminster 3: Catcher Kevin Breckenridge went 2-for-3 and had four RBI to lead Thomas Johnson (1-0) past No. 14 Westminster (1-1).

* Broadneck 12, South River 0: Junior left fielder Brian xTC Zimmerman hit two home runs and Sean Ryan and Dan Lynch combined for a seven-hitter as Broadneck (1-0) defeated visiting South River (0-1) in an Anne Arundel County League opener.

* St. Paul's 9, Lake Clifton 7: Carim Khouzami and Greg Yin each had two doubles to highlight a 12-hit attack as St. Paul's (1-0) defeated visiting Lake Clifton (0-1).

Boys lacrosse

* Perry Hall 19, Kenwood 2: Nick Cowan scored six goals and assisted on four to lead Perry Hall (2-0, 2-0) over visiting Kenwood (0-1, 0-1) in a Baltimore County 4A-3A game. Jeff Taylor added five goals and two assists for the Gators.

* Dulaney 20, Parkville 0: Junior attackman Matthew Stile scored seven goals and had four assists, leading No. 7 Dulaney (2-0, 2-0) past visiting Parkville in a Baltimore County 4A-3A game. Dan Sherwood, Mike Hall and Chris Karppall each added three goals. Scott Macowske, Jeff Brooks and Chad Cavolo combined for 10 saves for the shutout.

* Southern-Balto. 18, Northern 1: Robert Turner had five goals and three assists as Southern (2-0) defeated visiting Northern (0-1). Thomas Fleming added four goals and four assists for the Bulldogs.

* South Carroll 10, Atholton 4: Greg Blair and Brad Blizzard each scored two goals as South Carroll (1-0) defeated host Atholton (1-1).

* Forest Park 4, Lake Clifton 0: Ronald Foster scored two goals to lead Forest Park (1-0) over visiting Lake Clifton (0-2).

* Oakland Mills 8, Bel Air 1: Shannon Hiteschew scored two goals and had two assists to lead Oakland Mills past Bel Air.

* North County 11, Southern-AA 6: Matt Collins had four goals and two assists as North County (1-0) beat Southern (0-1) in Anne Arundel County action. Matt Kitchens scored three goals for Southern.


* Spalding 13, Mount de Sales 0: Junior Rachel Synowski had 13 strikeouts and pitched a no-hitter to lead No. 2 Spalding past Mount de Sales in the opener for both teams. Senior Amy Povloski went 2-for-4 with three RBI for Spalding.

* McDonogh 7, IND 6: Trailing 6-5 entering the bottom of the seventh, McDonogh (1-0) rallied for two runs for a victory over No. 11 IND as a wild pitch by IND (0-1) forced in the game-winning run in the Catholic League opener for both teams.

* Glenelg 3, Centennial 3: Glenelg was leading 3-1 in the top of the seventh inning when Centennial scored two runs to tie. The game was called on account of darkness and will be finished at a later date.

* Bel Air 5, Fallston 3: Betsy Rice's single in the 10th inning scored Donna Carter with the go-ahead run and visiting Bel Air (1-0) defeated Fallston (0-1) in a Harford County League game.

Girls lacrosse

* Mount Hebron 16, Seton Keough 7: Cathy Nelson had eight goals and one assist to lead No. 1 Mount Hebron (1-0) past No. 10 Seton Keough (0-2).

* Chesapeake-AA 19, Edgewood 5: Denise Perrone scored four goals and had one assist to lead Chesapeake-AA (2-0) past Edgewood (1-1).

* Bryn Mawr 14, Potomac 2: Carol Fakhri and Ramsey Neal each scored four goals to lead host Bryn Mawr (3-0) to an easy victory over Potomac.

* Mount de Sales 21, Towson Catholic 1: Senior Jiovanna Webster scored seven goals and Lisa Banberry had four, leading Mount de Sales (3-0) past visiting Towson Catholic (0-1). Paige Regan added three goals and Amy Buck had three goals and five assists.

* Liberty 18, Glenelg 4: Sophomore midfielder Amy Rose scored five goals and Chrissy Primavera had four goals and two assists, leading Liberty (1-0) past host Glenelg (1-1).

* North Carroll 14, Hammond 12: Tammy Giffi and Laura Burkhouse each scored five goals to lead the Panthers (1-0) past the Bears (0-2).

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