Late Loyola burst beats Calvert Hall

Dons score final 3 goals to prevail in lacrosse, 9-8


High schools

April 15, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

No. 2 Loyola scored the game's final three goals -- the last one by Andy White with 41 seconds remaining -- to edge No. 9 Calvert Hall, 9-8, in an MIAA A Conference boys lacrosse game yesterday at Calvert Hall.

A penalty against Calvert Hall (7-4) with 61 seconds remaining gave the Dons (8-2) a man advantage.

Calvert Hall's Dwight Bowman tied the game at 6-6 entering the final quarter. The Cardinals added goals by Tom Randisi and Bowman to take an 8-6 lead with just over seven minutes left.

Loyola, which plays host to top-ranked Gilman on Tuesday, tied the game on goals by Colin Burch and Brian Miller.

"I was extremely proud of the way our team hung in there," said Loyola coach John Tucker. "They showed a tremendous amount of heart and character to pull out a win against a very good and well-coached Calvert Hall team."

Calvert Hall coach Brian Kelly also praised his team's effort.

"I was very proud of our kids," Kelly said. "Our best player [Kevin Frew] has been out because of knee surgery, and I think our kids have come together and showed a tremendous amount of character."

The Cardinals took a 1-0 lead on Russell Radebaugh's goal, but Burch had three unanswered scores for a 3-1 Loyola lead. Calvert Hall's Tom Randisi scored to make it a 3-2 game at halftime.

No. 1 Gilman 12, No. 11 Severn 8: Rob Lindsey had three goals and Ryan Boyle and Andrew Lucas each added two goals and two assists to lead the host Greyhounds (9-0).

No. 6 Severna Park 15, Cape Henlopen 7: Dennis Cantwell scored five goals and Paul Burnett added three goals and three assists to lead the Falcons (7-0) over Delaware's Cape Henlopen (6-2) in the Faceoff Classic at Severna Park.

No. 8 Annapolis 15, Good Counsel 4: Will Phillips had five goals and three assists to lead the Panthers over the Falcons of Montgomery County in the Faceoff Classic at Severna Park. Annapolis goalie Rob Haberline set the tone early by making some point-blank saves.

No. 7 McDonogh 15, Mount St. Joseph 8: Walid Hajj led the Eagles with four goals and two assists and Pat Sheck added three goals and three assists.

Girls lacrosse

No. 14 Mount de Sales 15, McDonogh 9: Freshman Monica Buck's two goals and school-record eight assists led the Sailors (10-1) over the visiting Eagles. Mount de Sales led 9-4 at halftime, but McDonogh scored four straight to cut the Sailors' lead to 10-8. After a timeout, Gail Decker scored one of her four goals to push the Sailors' lead to 11-8.


No. 2 Fallston 10, Harford Tech 0: Senior left fielder Matt Toomey had two doubles and three RBIs for the host Cougars (10-0). Junior Adam Vaught allowed two hits for his third victory.

No. 7 Howard 16, Wilde Lake 6: Tony King homered twice and had six RBIs to lead the Lions (8-3) over the host Wildecats (2-9). Mike Burke and Justin Vonella each had a home run and three RBIs for Howard. Burke struck out seven and allowed one earned run.

Chesapeake-AA 6, No. 10 Calvert Hill 4: Chesapeake broke open a tie game with three runs in the top of the seventh on hits by Bo Danton, Jesse Palmisano and Scott Duncan.

No. 13 Glenelg 4, Atholton 1: Junior Chris Bowen struck out 10 and hit a bases-empty homer to lead the host Gladiators (9-2). The game was scoreless until the fifth, when Bowen homered off Atholton pitcher Bryan Adkins. Glenelg added three more runs in the sixth on doubles by Brian Hollrah and Andrew Wendell.


No. 8 Atholton 2, Glenelg 0: Tiffany Mathis' single scored Karen Lee as the visiting Raiders (10-1) broke open the extra-inning deadlock. Sarah Costa's single scored Mathis for an insurance run. Glenelg (7-4) has played four eight-inning games this season, dropping three of them.

No. 11 C. Milton Wright 6, North Harford 4: The Mustangs (10-0) increased their 2-1 lead with four runs in the bottom of the sixth, aided by RBI hits from Nicole Luber and Liz McSpadden. North Harford's Courtney Ness had a three-run homer in the seventh.

No. 12 IND 9, Mount de Sales 3: Senior second baseman Jamie Clingan had a double in the top of the fifth inning to help the Indians (9-3) rally for six runs. Erin Farrish, Stephanie Hauck and Kelly Gresdo each had an RBI in the fifth for the Indians.

No. 14 Catholic 8, John Carroll 3: Catholic pitcher Kelley Tiesi struck out 11 and drove in five runs with a triple and home run. Cubs catcher Kristen Topper drove in two runs with a triple and shortstop Megan McAulisse played well defensively.

Towson 9, No. 15 Perry Hall 6: Towson took advantage of three errors en route to a seven-run third inning. Perry Hall left a number of players on base, including twice with the bases loaded.

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