Mt. St. Joseph rallies to win, 7-6

In lacrosse, McDonogh loses

Liberty girls prevail

Roundup

High Schools

May 04, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Senior Chad Holmes scored with 18 seconds left as the Mount St. Joseph boys lacrosse team upended host McDonogh, 7-6, yesterday in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game.

The Eagles (9-7) led by three at halftime, but a 4-1 run from the Gaels (9-7) tied the score at six with 1:20 to play.

No. 4 Gilman 10, No. 8 Calvert Hall 9: The visiting Greyhounds (7-6) got three goals each from Clark Finney and Peter Formby.

No. 5 Severn 11, No. 11 St. Paul's 8: Michael Phipps had three goals and an assist as the host Admirals triumphed.

Girls lacrosse

No. 4 Liberty 24, South Carroll 13: The Lions scored the last three goals of the first half and the first four of the second, turning a tight game into a rout of the visiting Cavaliers (9-2).

Meagan Voight and Becky Trumbo combined for 12 goals for Liberty, which won the Central Maryland Conference title and its 12th Carroll County title in 13 years.

No. 5 Notre Dame Prep 11, No. 12 Mount de Sales 9: Marissa Giannerini had four goals for the host Blazers, who were victorious in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference game.

Baseball

Glenelg 2, No. 6 Mount Hebron 1: Brian Hollrah scored the go-ahead run on Mike Neubauer's sacrifice fly as the visiting Gladiators prevailed in eight innings.

The loss dropped the Vikings (12-4 league) into a tie for first place in Howard County with No. 12 Atholton.

Meade 7, No. 7 Broadneck 6: The Mustangs jumped out to a 6-1 lead after three innings, then held off the host Bruins (13-6).

No. 9 John Carroll 4, McDonogh 2: Mark Grissom drove in the winning run in the seventh for the visiting Patriots (8-6).

No. 10 Eastern Tech 2, Hereford 1: Brandon Berlett hit a two-out single with the bases loaded in the eighth to give the host Mavericks (15-3) the victory.

No. 12 Atholton 5, Howard 4: Winning pitcher Matt Revelle drew a bases-loaded walk with two outs in the seventh, allowing James Conrad to score the go-ahead run for the visiting Raiders.

Softball

No. 7 Fallston 3, North Harford 0: Heather Donhauser pitched the shutout, scattering three hits to help the host Cougars (17-1, 15-1 league) clinch the Harford County title.

Edgewood 5, No. 13 C.M. Wright 4: The visiting Rams (9-4) scored the winning run in the eighth on a bunt by Stacey Morse, upsetting the Mustangs (14-4).

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