No. 1 Gilman loses first in lacrosse to St. Mary's

St. Paul's rips Severn

Old Mill upset in baseball

Roundup

April 05, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

St. Mary's attackman Christian Pastirik scored on a broken play in the second half to break a tie and send the No. 4 Saints to a 9-7 upset of top-ranked Gilman in a boys lacrosse game at Weems-Whalen Field in Annapolis yesterday.

The Greyhounds (4-1) took a 7-6 lead - their only lead of the game - on a goal by Peter Formby with less than five minutes left in the third period. But less than three minutes later, Pastirik got behind Gilman's defense and scored the go-ahead goal on a breakaway after the Saints (5-2) won a scramble for loose ball in their end.

"It was a very physical game on both sides," St. Mary's coach Matt Hogan said. "But we won faceoffs, and we were able to get some breaks out of that."

Pastirik scored three times to lead all scorers, giving the sophomore 12 goals in his past three games.

No. 13 St. Paul's 16, No. 3 Severn 7: Sophomore attackmen Bart Wagner and Gavin Gill scored four times each as the host Crusaders (4-2) upset the Admirals (3-2).

No. 4 Loyola 19, Friends 2: Fourteen players scored for the Dons, who led 12-0 at halftime at Friends. Goalie Robert Wheeler made 10 saves for the Quakers (2-5).

No. 7 McDonogh 7, Cherry Creek (Colo.) 3: Eagles goalie Joe Pike didn't allow a goal until the fourth quarter at home.

No. 8 Dulaney 17, Owings Mills 11: The Lions scored 11 second-half goals to break a 6-6 halftime tie and beat the Eagles (3-2). Dulaney's Will Englehart led all scorers with five goals and an assist.

Girls lacrosse

No. 3 Notre Dame Prep 12, No. 13 C. Milton Wright 7: The host Blazers (4-1) held off the upset-minded Mustangs by scoring the last four goals in their non-league victory.

No. 2 Hereford 14, Eastern Tech 3: Carrie Bateman paced the host Bulls (3-0) with four goals as they routed the Mavericks (1-2).

No. 11 St. Mary's 16, Archbishop Spalding 7: Mary Key had 12 points (nine goals, three assists) for the Saints at home.

Baseball

South River 7, No. 2 Old Mill 3: Jeff Herbert's two-run homer gave Eddie Milligan a five-run cushion, which he turned into a complete-game upset for the Seahawks (2-3) against the Patriots (6-1).

Moore Catholic (N.Y.) 5, No. 6 Calvert Hall 0: The Cardinals (6-1) managed just three hits and committed four errors in their first loss.

No. 7 Parkville 5, Kenwood 1: A three-run first was enough to get the Knights (4-1) past the visiting Bluebirds.

Thomas Johnson 9, No. 8 South Carroll 8: The defending Class 4A state champion Patriots (3-1) topped the defending Class 3A state champion Cavaliers (2-1) with an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh. D.J. Payne and Corey Greene each drove in two runs for South Carroll.

Howard 5, No. 10 Atholton 3: A day after handing No. 4 River Hill a 10-7 loss, the Raiders fell to the Lions at home for their second loss of the season. Howard's Steve Dimarzo struck out nine in the win.

Softball

No. 5 Pallotti 7, Mercy 2, 8 innings: Pallotti (4-1) opened a six-run eighth inning with four straight hits.

No. 7 Archbishop Spalding 3, John Carroll 1: Caitlin Fisher pitched a complete-game one-hitter and had the game-winning two-run single in the fifth inning to lead the Cavaliers.

No. 8 North Carroll 8, Linganore 2: Junior second baseman Jessica Pickard went 3-for-5, including two doubles and two RBIs, for the Panthers (5-0).

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