The Severn boys lacrosse team took a big step toward erasing the memories of a loss to Loyola on Tuesday, by beating No. 3 St. Paul's, 12-8, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game yesterday.
The visiting Admirals (7-2, 3-1 MIAA A) scored the game's first five goals in the victory over the Crusaders (5-3, 1-3).
Senior midfielder Todd MacMullan, junior midfielder Michael Biles and junior attackman Michael Phipps had three goals apiece and junior goalie Kip Turner made 12 saves for the Admirals.
No. 4 Boys' Latin 14, No. 13 Friends 7: Senior attackmen Ian Loizeaux and Bob Griebe combined for eight goals and four assists as the host Lakers (8-1, 3-1 MIAA B Conference) beat the Quakers (3-3, 0-3).
No. 5 Loyola 13, DeMatha 7: The visiting Stags (6-2) led 6-5 early in the third quarter, but the Dons (5-2) rallied with three goals - one from Chase Gahan and two from Andrew Baird - in 28 seconds and seven straight overall.
No. 11 Mount St. Joseph 11, No. 6 McDonogh 9: Midfielders Chad Holmes and Ryan Curley scored late goals to break a 9-9 tie and lift the Gaels (3-2) to the upset win over the host Eagles (6-4) in an MIAA A Conference game.
No. 7 Calvert Hall 14, Gonzaga 11: Sophomore Kevin Huntley had four goals and four assists and senior Ben Wolff had five goals as the Cardinals (6-2) took control to beat the host Eagles.
No. 8 Severna Park 14, Annapolis 8: Seniors Mike Osborne and Tommy Williams combined for nine goals, as the host Falcons (3-2, 3-0 Anne Arundel County) downed the Panthers (2-4, 1-2).
No. 2 Maryvale 12, Mercy 1: Senior Katie Chrest had four goals and senior Casey Hazel had a goal and four assists to lead the host Lions (2-0-1) to an easy victory over the Magic in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference game.
Mount de Sales 6, No. 5 Roland Park 5: Katie Kirby scored three goals and added an assist as the Sailors (3-1-2) upset the visiting Reds in an IAAM A Conference game.
No. 8 St. Mary's 9, Garrison Forest 3: Senior attack Ashley Stanwick had three goals to lead the host Saints (6-1-1) over the Grizzlies (0-4).
No. 4 Bryn Mawr 12, Glenelg 4: The Mawrtians (4-1-1) ran off a 7-0 run to end the first half en route to the victory in the Liberty Tournament. Olachi Oparah scored three goals.
No. 11 Hereford 10, No. 6 Liberty 9: In the other Liberty Tournament game, senior Scotty Hanley scored the game-winner in the second overtime to give the Bulls (2-1) the upset over the Lions (3-1).
No. 4 Centennial 4, Mount Hebron 0: Senior pitcher Tom Phelan threw a no-hitter to lead the Eagles (4-2) to a win over the host Vikings.
No. 8 Severna Park 8, No. 5 Broadneck 7: Trailing 7-6 with one out and a man on in the bottom of the seventh, designated hitter Kevin Smith drove an 0-2 pitch over the centerfield fence to give the Falcons (4-2) the victory over the Bruins (5-2) at Kinder Park.
No. 6 Glenelg 3, River Hill 1: Ross Hempel threw three shutout innings and gave up only one hit as the visiting Gladiators (4-2) dropped the Hawks in a Howard County league game.
Calvert Hall 12, No. 7 Gilman 2: The Cardinals (5-4, 4-0 MIAA A Conference) sandwiched six singles around three Greyhounds errors and a pair of wild pitches for a nine-run fifth inning and the upset victory.
No. 13 Hammond 11, Long Reach 8: Senior Bobby Miller hit two home runs, including a three-run shot, to pace the host Bears (5-1, 3-1 Howard County) to victory over the Lightning.
No. 15 C. Milton Wright 6, Fallston 4: The host Mustangs (5-2) scored three runs in the sixth inning to rally from a 4-3 deficit and beat the Cougars (4-3).
No. 2 Atholton 12, Wilde Lake 0: Senior Katie Zitnay, who has not allowed an earned run in 24 innings, pitched her third shutout as the host Raiders (3-1) routed the Wildecats (0-4) in a Howard County game.
No. 3 Spalding 10, No. 15 John Carroll 0: The first seven Spalding batters reached base to kick off a 10-run first inning, helping the visiting Cavaliers (4-1) to the easy win over the Patriots (1-4).
No. 12 Severna Park 5, No. 14 Broadneck 0: Laura Gibson struck out seven during a complete-game shutout for the Falcons (4-2) against the visiting Bruins (5-1).