Boys' Latin survives late surge from Calvert Hall

Lamonica scores four in 11-8 win for No. 4 Lakers

Lacrosse roundup

April 10, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Fourth-ranked Boys' Latin rolled up an 8-0 halftime lead and held off No. 7 Calvert Hall, 11-8, in an Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference Division I boys game yesterday.

The host Lakers (9-1, 3-1 league) led 10-2 with eight minutes left, but Calvert Hall (2-3, 0-3) rallied for six goals in the final six minutes to make the game close.

Dan Lamonica scored four goals and had three assists for the Lakers, and Chris Edwards added three goals and an assist. Craig Rhodey had three goals and an assist for the Cardinals.

No. 5 McDonogh 17, Australia 7: Matt Primm had five goals and an assist, and Jed Prossner and Owen Daly each had three as the host Eagles (10-1) defeated Australia's under-19 national team.

Bobby Benson chipped in two goals and three assists for McDonogh, which trailed 4-3 after the first quarter. But the Eagles took control in the second period, getting two goals each from Daly and Primm to lead 8-5 at halftime.

No. 9 Severn 11, Orchard Park (N.Y.) 6: Drew Habeck scored three goals, and Aaron Lowe, Marshall Feldman and Scott MacMullen chipped in two each as the host Admirals (4-3) recovered from an early 3-0 deficit to register the win.

Feldman, who also had four assists, helped the Admirals pull away in the second half.

No. 13 Friends 16, John Carroll 2: Todd Spear scored five goals and had two assists, and Dan Sale and Warry Siebert added three goals apiece as the host Quakers (6-2) rolled.

Girls

No. 2 Roland Park 13, Downe House 6: The Reds (5-1) got four goals and two assists from Elizabeth Ryan en route to victory over the visiting team from England. Allison Higgins had three goals and an assist.

No. 4 Notre Dame Prep 17, No. 8 Towson 8: Wick Stanwick and Katie Laschinger each had four goals and an assist to lead the Pirates (3-1) past their hosts. Lauren Keller, Lauren Aumiller, Hollis Pica and Cary Chasney had two goals each for the Pirates while Katie Dolan had four goals and Lindsay Buchanan two goals and two assists for the Generals (3-2).

No. 5 Annapolis 17, Old Mill 0. Sarah Oliphant's four goals and three assists led the Panthers (6-0) to a second straight shutout.

No. 10 Loch Raven 8, Park 5: Laura Palazzi, Ashley Froman and Angie Ruocco scored two goals each to lead the Raiders (4-0).

Mount de Sales 10, No. 15 Dulaney 9: Gina Glorioso scored the game-winner with 2: 26 left as the Sailors (7-5) upset the host Lions (3-1). Gail Decker had five goals and two assists for the Sailors.

Pub Date: 4/10/99

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