Unbeaten McDonogh upsets No. 5 NDP in girls lacrosse, 9-6

No. 4 Gilman boys lacrosse falls to top D.C.-area team

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April 02, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

A second-half surge by McDonogh carried it to a 9-6 victory over fifth-ranked Notre Dame Prep yesterday in girls lacrosse.

The Eagles (3-0) scored five straight goals early in the second half after leading 4-3 at intermission. They then held off a late rally from the visiting Blazers (3-2).

Kim Dubansky had three goals for the Eagles and Jenna Block, Brittany Mallory, and Casey Pugatch each added two goals apiece.

Charline Morin had a hat trick for the Blazers.

No. 6 North Harford 12, Maryvale 9: Loyola-bound midfielder Megan Joines scored the game-winning goal in overtime as the visiting Hawks (3-0) notched the victory.

James Madison-bound midfielder Kim Griffin led North Harford with four goals and sophomore attackman Cory Donohoe added three goals.

Ilsa Vandenberg had three goals for the Lions (0-4) in the loss.

No. 4 Broadneck 11, Arundel 5: Junior Allie Flurry had three goals as the visiting Bruins (2-1) got the win. Lauren Clear had a pair of goals for the Wildcats (0-1).

Boys lacrosse

Landon 9, No. 4 Gilman 8: The Bears, who are ranked No. 1 in the Washington Post poll, withstood a three-goal rally by the Greyhounds (4-1) and took the lead for good when midfielder Stoddie Nibley scored the winning goal off an assist from Mark Kovler with 3:05 remaining in the game.

Dartmouth-bound Patrick Marshall and Vermont-bound Mike Silber had four saves apiece for Gilman.

Goalie John Bolen had 10 saves for Landon.

No. 11 Broadneck 16, Arundel 6: Attackman Josh Peck led the visiting Bruins (4-0) with 11 points (seven goals and four assists) and attackman Lucas Hill paced the Panthers (0-4) with three goals.

Bel Air 14, Aberdeen 4: Attackmen Tom Master (four goals) and Jon Matta (three goals, one assist) and midfielder Alex Pfau (three goals, one assist) paced the visiting Bobcats (4-1).

The Eagles fell to 2-1.

Towson Catholic 13, Mount Carmel 0: Freshman Brad Ruzika (five goals, two assists) and junior Colin Lichtfuss (four goals, two assists) carried the host Owls as they shut out the Cougars.


No. 10 North Harford 12, Edgewood 2: John Carlos pitched five innings, only allowing two hits with eight strikeouts as the visiting Hawks (4-0) overpowered the Rams (0-4).

Center fielder Kevin Jubb went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs for the Hawks.

No. 11 Severna Park 4, North County 0: Catcher Greg Zingler had a two-run homer in the fourth inning to break up a scoreless game for the host Falcons (2-2).


No. 7 Fallston 10, Joppatowne 0: First baseman Caitlin Stein went 1-for-2 with a triple and an RBI to lead the way for the host Cougars (3-0) over the Mariners.

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