No. 1 Boys' Latin tops No. 5 McDonogh

No. 9 St. Paul's overcomes No. 3 Mount St. Joseph, 16-12


High schools

April 20, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Senior Brian Read had four goals and Bob Griebe dished out five assists to lead top-ranked Boys' Latin to an 11-7 victory over No. 5 McDonogh in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference boys' lacrosse game yesterday at McDonogh.

The game was delayed over an hour because of lightning. When it started, the Eagles (10-5, 4-4) took a 2-0 lead, but the Lakers (12-1, 6-1) scored 11 of the next 13 goals to take control.

"We really played extremely well in the middle of the game," said Boys' Latin coach Bob Shriver. "We shut them down a little bit defensively and took advantage of our offensive opportunities."

No. 9 St. Paul's 16, No. 3 Mount St. Joseph 12: After fighting through a shaky second quarter in which they lost a 7-2 lead, the Crusaders (6-5) stormed back with eight goals in the third quarter to down the host Gaels (6-5).

St. Paul's, which got five goals from Sean Link and five assists from David Cornbrooks, gave up eight goals in the period to fall behind by two at halftime.

No. 6 St. Mary's 10, No. 4 Severn 9: Senior Scott Falatach scored 1:58 into the first overtime to lift the Saints (8-5) to an MIAA A Conference victory over the host Admirals (9-5).

Junior Nick Bonacci had two goals and two assists for St. Mary's, which led most of the game until Severn's Jason Werner scored at the 2:49 mark to force overtime.

No. 10 Severna Park 18, Old Mill 1: Senior attackman Michael Osborne had a big night for the Falcons (7-3), scoring six goals and handing out two assists in the rout of the host Patriots (1-8).

No. 12 Fallston 15, Edgewood 8: Seniors Matt Wade and Steve Mull combined for five goals and seven assists to lead the visiting Cougars (7-2).

Girls lacrosse

No. 1 Mount Hebron 22, Centennial 1: Kristen Waagbo scored five goals and had two assists as the top-ranked Vikings (8-0) easily defeated the Eagles at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.

No. 3 Severna Park 20, Old Mill 5: Midfielders Kate Hickman and Katie Pumphrey each scored two of their three goals in a 10-goal second-half run to power the host Falcons (6-0-1) over the Patriots.

No. 12 Broadneck 13, Northeast 2: Senior Kate Scott had four goals and an assist, and Brooke Richards had two goals and four assists in the seventh straight win for the host Bruins (7-2).


No. 2 Severna Park 19, Southern-AA 3: Andrew Jensen was 3-for-5 with four RBIs to lead the Falcons (10-2) over the host Bulldogs.

No. 9 Eastern Tech 13, Dundalk 1: A three-run home run by senior center fielder Jimmy Thomas capped off a seven-run fifth inning for the host Mavericks (11-2).


No. 2 Chesapeake-AA 6, Meade 0: Junior pitcher Lindsay Ettinger struck out 11 to lead the host Cougars (12-1) to a shutout win over the Mustangs.

Ettinger improved to 10-0.

No. 3 Atholton 7, Centennial 1: Sophomore right fielder Chelsea Barrett had three RBIs and senior pitcher Katie Zitnay limited the Raiders to two hits.

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