Liberty goes without hit in 22-0 loss

April 01, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Frederick's Tracy Watts pitched a five-inning no-hitter as Frederick shut out Liberty, 22-0, in a nonleague softball game.

Shannon Connley hit a triple in the first and Rhonda Chalfant hit a three-run double in the third to take the Cadets to their fourth victory of the season.

* Francis Scott Key 7, Smithsburg 4: Karen Brooks ended a close game with a two-run single to bring Francis Scott Key (1-1) to a victory over Smithsburg from Washington County.

Baseball

* Mount St. Joseph 7, Spalding 0: Steve Matcuk had 10 strikeouts to bring No. 6 Mount St. Joseph (2-0) to its second shutout.

Eric Jeschke hit a home run for the Gaels.

* Severna Park 7, North County 1: In an Anne Arundel 4A League game, Brad Tippin and Tim Williams each had a home run to lead Severna Park (1-0) to a victory over No. 8 North County (0-1). This was the Falcons' first win.

* Edgewood 9, Dunbar 1: Edgewood pitcher Tim Hamulack allowed eight hits, struck out 11 and walked only one batter in a complete-game win over visiting Dunbar (0-2). No. 16 Edgewood improves to 2-1.

Boys lacrosse

* Boys' Latin 11, John Carroll 3: Chris Turner led No. 5 Boys Latin (5-1) with two goals and four assists as the Lakers beat the Patriots (0-1).

* Arundel 6, Landon 4: Senior midfielder Chris Turner scored three goals to lead No. 14 Arundel (2-0) to a victory over Landon (1-1) in the Horace Greeley Tournament at Arundel.

Tom Newberry, a junior goalie, made 17 saves for the Wildcats.

* Southwestern 9, Walbrook 8: Junior attackman Sean Cummings scored five goals as visiting Southwestern (1-1, 1-1) downed Walbrook (0-2, 0-2) in a Baltimore City League game. Southwestern broke a 4-4 halftime score by going on a 3-1 third-quarter scoring run. Senior midfielder Daryl Parker added two to Southwestern's cause.

* Bel Air 14, Chesapeake-BC 3: David Watts and Andy Cunningham scored three goals and one assist each to lead Bel Air (1-0) past Chesapeake of Baltimore County in a nonleague game.

* Mervo 4, Northern 2: Joseph Cole scored two goals as Mervo (1-3) edged Northern (0-4) in a Baltimore City-Wide League game. This was Mervo's first win in two years.

* Forest Park 12, Edmondson 3: James Heath, a senior midfielder, scored three goals and handed out three assists as Forest Park (3-0) beat Edmondson (2-1).

* Lake Clifton 4, City 2: Paul Preston scored with five minutes left to break a 2-2 tie as visiting Lake Clifton (3-0) edged City (1-2) in a Baltimore City-Wide League game. Lakers goalie David Fulgham, who held the Knights scoreless in the first half, made nine saves. Frank Hutson had 18 saves for City.

* Glen Burnie 4, Easton 3: Seth Murphy scored two goals to lead Glen Burnie (2-2) past Easton in the semifinals of the Griffin Tournament at Northeast.

* St. Ignatius (Cal.) 13, Spalding 3: In the first round of the Nort County Tournament, St. Ignatius (San Francisco) defeated Spalding (0-2). Steve Shaffer, Andy Scarborough and Jason Duffy each scored one goal for Spalding.

* North Harford 8, McDonogh 7: Jason Bellamy, a senior attackman, scored three goals and had two assists to lead North Harford (4-0) to a win over McDonogh.

Keith Smith and Mike Murray added two goals each for the Hawks.

Clint Fuchs led McDonogh with two goals while Andy Hood and Todd Markin had one goal and one assist.

* Carver 10, Southern-B 1: Anthony Jenney had three goals and two assists in leading visiting Carver (1-2) past Southern (0-3).

Girls lacrosse

* Mount de Sales 23, Franklin 5: Visiting No. 7 Mount de Sales (6-0) scored 12 first-half goals to take a solid win over Franklin.

* St. Mary's 15, Old Mill 6: Stephanie Fallon scored six goals to lead No. 10 St. Mary's (3-1) past Old Mill. Meghan Hill had three assists for St. Mary's.

* Bryn Mawr 7, Garrison Forest 7: Carol Fakhry led No. 14 Bryn Mawr (2-1-1) with three goals, but the Mawrtians ended in a tie with Garrison Forest (0-0-1).

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