No. 2 Saints downed, 8-5, in lacrosse by McDonogh

Top-ranked Arundel loses 3rd of week in baseball


April 17, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Bobby Benson scored three goals and Ryan Floyd had two goals and two assists as No. 4-ranked McDonogh beat No. 2 St. Mary's, 8-5, in boys lacrosse in Owings Mills yesterday.

The score was tied 2-2 at halftime, but McDonogh (13-1) took control of the game by outscoring the once-No. 1 Saints, whose record slipped to 6-3, by 5-2 in the third quarter.

Floyd led the charge with two of his goals during that span. Matt Primm also had two goals for the Eagles.

No. 7 Calvert Hall 10, No. 10 Mount St. Joseph 8: Craig Rhodey scored three goals and an assist, and Brian Mulford and Kevin Frew added two goals and an assist each to help the host Cardinals win a game that was tied 7-7.

No. 8 Annapolis 16, Chesapeake-AA 4: Josh Lesko scored five goals, Drew Samaras had four, and Bret McConnaughhay added three to lead the host Panthers (7-1) to an easy win.

No. 9 Severn 12, No. 12 Friends 11: Marshall Feldman scored three goals and made four assists to power the Admirals (5-4). Scott MacMullan scored both of his goals in the final four minutes of the game, including the game-winner on an assist from Feldman.


Glen Burnie 3, No. 1 Arundel 1: Tim Hecker (4-0) pitched a four-hitter as the unranked Gophers (8-3, 5-2 league) gave the top-ranked Wildcats their third loss this week to an unranked team.

Glen Burnie scored its runs in the third inning. Freshman Keith Williams had the key hit, a two-run single.

No. 4 Severna Park 4, No. 10 Old Mill 2: Derek Dixon's two-out, three-run homer in the top of the seventh gave the visiting Falcons (9-2) a comeback win.

No. 9 Glenelg 11, Long Reach 7: Jeff Starcher went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs to power the Gladiators (8-2). Mike Rice and Matt Thrasher each went 2-for-4 with a double a piece.

No. 14 Atholton 15, River Hill 6: Adam Beaver pitched a complete game and added a two-run homer in the second inning to lead the visiting Raiders (6-3). Beaver (2-1) struck out six, walked four and gave up nine hits.

No. 16 McDonogh 11, Archbishop Spalding 6: Cap Poklemba knocked in three runs with two doubles, and Paul Winterling had a double, a single and two RBIs to help the visiting Eagles (5-6) creep closer to .500.


No. 1 North County 4, South River 0: Junior Brandi Schickton tossed a one-hitter and knocked in two runs to lead the host Knights.

No. 2 Northeast 22, Annapolis 0: Deana Benner and Alison Rode combined for a no-hitter for the host Eagles (10-1), who led 8-0 after the first inning and 16-0 after the second.

No. 4 Arundel 6, No. 7 Glen Burnie 2: Valerie McDowell went 3-for-3 with two runs and a walk, Brianna Kitchen had a double and a single, and Becky Carlson chipped in two singles to lead the visiting Wildcats (8-1).

No. 5 Archbishop Spalding 4, Catholic 1: Sabrina Ryals (4-2) gave up two hits and struck out 11 as the visiting Cavaliers (9-3) won.Spalding's Sara Merkl, 2-for-3, had the day's only extra-base hit, a triple.

No. 14 Atholton 12, No. 13 River Hill 2: The Raiders (8-0) scored their second upset of the week behind a 14-hit attack that featured Aubrey Barrett (4-for-5, two RBIs), Stacy DeFino (2-for-3, two runs) and Jess McDonogh (2-for-5, three RBIs). Atholton knocked off No. 8 Wilde Lake Wednesday.

Girls lacrosse

No. 4 Notre Dame Prep 13, Mercy 10: The Magic jumped to an 11-3 halftime lead and then held on against Mercy.

No. 5 Annapolis 18, Chesapeake-AA 1: Sarah Oliphant, Christy McNew and Kristy Dirks scored three goals each to lead the host Panthers (8-0).

No. 9 Towson 17, Parkville 7: Lindsay Buchanan and Katie Dolan each scored four goals, Jill Wienecke had three and Erin Rouse two as the host Generals (5-2) cruised.

No. 12 Broadneck 19, North County 0: Brooke Richards and Lauren Peck scored three goals each, and Heather Brice, Lacey Barry, Rachel Shuck and Kate Scott added two apiece for the visiting Bruins (7-1). Ellie Franz had 11 saves to register the shutout.

No. 14 North Carroll 13, Bel Air 4: Kellyn Hentz scored seven goals and added an assist to power the host Hawks (5-1).

Pub Date: 4/17/99

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