Garrison Forest girls top Severn, 7-6

April 09, 1993|By From Staff Reports

Sarah Flaxenburg scored three goals to lead Garrison Forest (2-1) past Severn (1-4-1), 7-6, in an AIS A Division West girls lacrosse game. Robin Quinton scored three goals for Severn.

* John Carroll 16, IND 3: Nicole Sherrod scored four goals to lead host and No. 10 John Carroll (4-1).

Boys lacrosse

* Southwestern Tournament: City College, behind the scoring of Ben Posil, won the Southwestern Tournament, beating the host Sabres, 10-4, in the final game. Posil scored six goals in a 10-1 first round win over Cardinal Gibbons and had five in the championship against Southwestern. Nelson Mejia scored

five goals in Southwestern's 11-9 first-round win over Mervo.


* Oakland Mills 11, Wilde Lake 5: Sophomore Emon Gallagher went 3-for-4 to lead Oakland Mills (2-2) past Wilde Lake (0-2).

* John Carroll 20, Friends 2: Winning junior Rick McElroy pitched four innings, giving up three hits and one run to lead John Carroll (4-0) over visiting Friends in the MSA Armstrong Conference B League. Seniors Dave Davis (3-4) and Troy Walters (2-3) sparked John Carroll.

* Edgewood 6, North East 5: Wade Greason (2-0) came on in the fifth, pitched three and struck out five for the win, as host Edgewood (3-0) defeated North East (0-3). Greason produced the game-winner in the fifth on a one-out single when he stole second, reached third on an error and scored on John Cephalis' ground ball to short.

* Mount Carmel 13, Arlington Baptist 2: Freshman Dan Gittings pitched a complete game, giving up six hits, for the win as visiting Mount Carmel (3-1) defeated Arlington Baptist (1-1). Senior Ben Cummings hit a two-run double to spark Mount Carmel's nine-run third inning.


* Hammond 5, Glenelg 4: With the bases loaded and no one out in the seventh, senior Ashley Scott (1-for-4) broke a 4-4 tie with a squeeze bunt to score Becky Snyder (2-for-3), as Hammond (2-0, 2-0) defeated Glenelg (1-2, 1-2) in a Howard County League game.

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