Boys' Latin defeats top-ranked Gilman in lacrosse, 11-8

Lakers leap to leads of 3-0, 5-1, hold on for road win

Roundup

High Schools

April 17, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Chris Boland had a hand in eight of the Boys' Latin lacrosse team's 11 goals, leading the No. 6 Lakers to an 11-8 victory yesterday over top-ranked and host Gilman.

The Lakers (8-1, 2-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) scored the first three goals and carried a 5-1 lead into the half.

Gilman (8-1, 3-1) rallied, scoring the first three goals after halftime to cut the lead to 5-4, but the Lakers answered with a goal from Conor Larkin and coasted to the finish.

"It was a terrific day," said Boys' Latin coach Bob Shriver. [Boland] had a wonderful game. ... I hope he has a few more of them left because he's only a sophomore."

No. 3 Calvert Hall 11, Lafayette (N.Y.) 5: At Goucher College, the Cardinals (8-1) handed the visitors from Syracuse their first loss of the season, getting four goals and five assists from Kevin Huntley and nine saves from Jeremy Blevins.

Girls lacrosse

No. 3 Notre Dame Prep 16, Garrison Forrest 7: Lauren Cannon and Caitlyn McFadden each had three goals and one assist to lead the Blazers to the road victory over the Grizzlies.

No. 8 St. Mary's 9, No. 9 Seton Keough 8: Kimi Pastrana scored three times and Allison Buote made 11 saves for the Saints (5-3), who led the Gators the entire way.

No. 12 Roland Park 7, No. 15 Bryn Mawr 6: The Reds survived a 4-1 second-half run from the Mawrtians, who fell to 4-5-1 with the home loss.

Baseball

No. 1 Chesapeake-AA 8, No. 15 Southern-AA 1: Jake Shibilsky scattered one run and two hits and struck out seven through seven innings, and the visiting Cougars (8-0) pulled away with a four-run sixth inning.

No. 3 Archbishop Spalding 3, McDonogh 2: The host Cavaliers (11-3) outlasted the Eagles (5-8) in a nine-inning pitchers' duel, riding Andrew Germuth's complete-game six-hitter to escape with the win.

Long Reach 6, No. 6 Mount Hebron 4: Robbie O'Brien hit a two-run homer to spark a five-run fifth inning, and the host Lightning (6-3) handed the Vikings (7-1) their first loss.

No. 9 Severna Park 14, Century 9: Chris Crum went 3-for-5 with a double, a home run and seven RBIs to power the Falcons (6-3) past the Knights.

Liberty 8, No. 11 South Carroll 6: Wade Keenan singled in the go-ahead run, then scored an insurance run as the visiting Lions (8-2) knocked off the Cavaliers (7-2).

Bel Air 11, No. 13 North Harford 10: The host Hawks (5-3) rallied from an 11-3 deficit, but the Bobcats, who scored six runs in the first and four in the second, held on for the upset.

Baseball Factory Tournament: No. 8 Old Mill shut out No. 7 St. Paul's, 5-0, highlighting the opening round of the eight-team event at Joe Cannon Stadium. No. 12 Arundel beat Shenendehowa of New York, 2-1, after scoring twice in its last at-bat, and Gloucester Catholic of New Jersey battered Thomas Johnson, 10-6.

Softball

Grand Strand Classic: Fourth-ranked Institute of Notre Dame and fifth-ranked Pallotti each won their pools at the 32-team tournament in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

The Indians (10-1) beat Turpin of Ohio, 2-1, in eight innings, giving freshman pitcher Colleen Matthes her fourth win of the week.

The Panthers (9-2) improved to 4-0 this week with three wins yesterday, downing McNamara, 14-1; Notre Dame of Ohio, 6-3; and Howland of Ohio, 2-0. Becky Zanelotti picked up wins against Notre Dame and Howland for her second and third victories of the week.

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