IND's Matthes: 12 K's in 2-1 win

Cal. Hall, No. 1 in baseball, loses


March 27, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Freshman Colleen Matthes struck out 12 and held Dulaney's Dani Woods without a hit to lead eighth-ranked Institute of Notre Dame to a 2-1 victory over the No. 5 and host Lions yesterday in softball.

Lindsay Lowder scored on a wild pitch in the fourth after a leadoff single and an error by the Lions. She singled in the eventual game-winner in the fifth for IND (3-0).

Dulaney pulled to within one run in the sixth. Woods, an All-Metro selection who hit .667 last year, struck out twice in the game, but reached on an error that inning and scored on a bloop single by Sarah Moelter.

The Lions (0-1) failed to score again against Matthes, who improved to 3-0. Brittany Woods had two singles for IND.


Cardinal Gibbons 7, No. 1 Calvert Hall 6: The host Crusaders (4-1) scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to erase a 6-4 deficit. Scott Green went 3-for-4, including the tying and winning RBIs. The Cardinals fell to 1-3.

No. 2 Severna Park 5, South River 2: Senior second baseman Dean Samuel went 2-for-3 with a double, triple, two runs and two stolen bases for the host Falcons (2-0). Andrew Bremer surrendered four hits and struck out four in four innings to pick up the win. South River fell to 0-1.

No. 7 Glenelg 6, No. 15 River Hill 4: The visiting Gladiators (1-1) built a 6-1 lead and held on after three fifth-inning errors led to three River Hill runs. Jeff Dulaney pitched four innings for Glenelg (1-1), and Erik Hufnagel closed things by pitching the final three innings. River Hill fell to 0-3.

Girls lacrosse

No. 2 Roland Park 8, McDonogh 4: Wendy Blue scored three goals to lead the host Reds (2-0) over the Eagles (0-2), who surrendered a 3-2 halftime lead.

Boys lacrosse

No. 7 McDonogh 16, Germantown, Pa. 6: Freshman attackman Travis Reed scored a game-high six goals for the Eagles (7-0). Bryn Holmes won 10 of 14 faceoffs as Germantown (Pa.) Academy fell to 5-1.

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