McDonogh edges St. Mary's, 8-7, on Cowdrey's goal in OT

No. 12 team pulls off upset

No. 1 Boys' Latin rolls, 11-3


High Schools

April 26, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Matt Cowdrey scored the game-winning goal, his fourth of the afternoon, on an extra-man opportunity with 2:38 left in overtime as No. 12 McDonogh upset fifth-ranked and host St. Mary's, 8-7, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference boys lacrosse game yesterday.

Skylar Hopkins (two goals, three assists) scored on an assist from Zach Hartman with 3:48 left in the game to tie the score at 7 and force overtime.

St. Mary's fell to 7-5, while McDonogh improved to 13-6.

"It was an important win for us in the A Conference to stay in the playoff hunt," said Eagles coach Jake Reed.

No. 1 Boys' Latin 11, Friends 3: Senior attackman Greg Baggan tied a season high with seven points to lead the Lakers (12-2, 7-2 MIAA A Conference) past the visiting Quakers (4-9, 1-9).

No. 6 Dulaney 13, Hereford 7: Seniors Kyle Batton and Cary Howard combined for 15 points as the host Lions (8-2, 7-0 in Baltimore County) rolled.

No. 9 Severn 16, No. 7 St. Paul's 10: Michael Phipps registered six goals and two assists as the host Admirals (7-7) beat the Crusaders (5-6).

Spalding 13, No. 14 Park 3: In a rematch of last year's MIAA B Conference championship game, the host Cavaliers got five goals and two assists from Matt Latonick.


No. 4 St. Paul's 8, McDonogh 6: Steven Johnson knocked in the winning run with a single in the top of the ninth for the Crusaders (16-5, 9-2 MIAA A Conference).

No. 6 Parkville 7, No. 11 Franklin 2: Knights starter Justin Griffith retired nine in a row at one point to help the host Knights (9-1, 6-1) beat the Indians (7-2).


No. 3 North County 3, Broadneck 0: Knights starter Beth Mullins out-dueled Jessie Battista through seven innings as the host Knights (12-2, 11-1 in Anne Arundel) won.

Mercy 5, No. 9 Mount de Sales 0: Amanda Barker provided the offense for the visiting Magic (3-7), driving in two runs with a double in the third inning.

No. 8 Spalding 2, No. 10 IND 1: Freshman Brittany Lounge hit a two-out single to right field to score Amanda Gerry in the bottom of the seventh to give the Cavaliers (8-3, 7-1 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) a comeback victory over the Indians (6-2 in league) at Randazzo Field.

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