Catonsville tops Dulaney in softball

Fefel shuts out Lions, 6-0

Winters Mill girls defeat South Carroll in lacrosse

Spring sports

High Schools

April 08, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Three runs in the first inning was plenty for junior pitcher Amanda Fefel, who tossed a two-hitter and retired the last 17 batters to lead the No. 12 Catonsville softball team to a 6-0 shutout over host Dulaney in the Baltimore County 4A-3A Division yesterday.

Fefel and Amber Helvig had run-scoring singles in the tone-setting first inning for the Comets, who added three runs in the seventh to improve to 6-1. Leadoff hitter Mallory Clary also had an RBI single and scored two runs for the winners.

--Glenn P. Graham

No. 13 Centennial 6, River Hill 2: Right-hander Alona Lawson (3-0) went seven innings, giving up five hits, two runs and one walk and striking out four for the visiting Eagles (5-0).

Perry Hall 12, Milford Mill 0: Right-hander Sarah Plummer (3-0) pitched a perfect game, going five innings and striking out 11 for the visiting Gators (3-0).

Kelsea Zeglin went 3-for-4 and had the only extra-base hit, a double in the second inning.

Girls lacrosse

Winters Mill 15, South Carroll 3: In the three days since her team's first loss of the season to Hereford, Winters Mill coach Courtney Vaughn drilled her team on the finer points of gaining and keeping possession of the ball. Last night against Carroll County rival South Carroll, the host Falcons made good use of that tutelage.

Winters Mill consistently won draws and controlled the ball for most of the game, establishing the Falcons as one of the early favorites in the county. Kristy Bosley scored five goals and freshman Jordan Neville had three to lead five players with multiple goals for Winters Mill (3-1 overall, 3-0 county), which broke away from the Cavaliers (3-2, 2-1) with 10 straight goals.

"I think we learned a lot from that Hereford game," Vaughn said. "We realized that we came out a little intimidated on Monday. We let them take some shots that they shouldn't have taken. We worked on boxing out and getting draws. Tonight, we really just worked as a team."

--Rich Scherr

Bryn Mawr 11, No. 7 Roland Park 10: Nina Emala scored the game-winner with 37.6 seconds left in the second overtime as the visiting Mawrtians upset the Reds (1-2).

With Roland Park leading 7-6, Catie Bray scored with 4.1 seconds remaining to send the game into overtime.

Roland Park led 10-9 in the first overtime before Bryn Mawr's Allie Emala scored her fourth goal with 36 seconds left to send the game into double overtime.

Brittany Kalkstein had two goals and an assist for the Reds.

Boys lacrosse

No. 1 St. Paul's 11, No. 8 St. Mary's 10: Gavin Gill scored his fourth goal, the game-winner with 3:14 left in the third overtime, to lift the Crusaders (7-1) over the host Saints (1-5).

With St. Paul's leading 10-9, St. Mary's Christian Pastirik, who led all scorers with six goals, sent the game into overtime with 1:47 left.

No. 11 Severn 8, No. 14 Dulaney 7: Duke Gibbons scored the game-winner with 2:40 left in regulation, his third, as the Admirals (4-3) defeated the host Lions (1-1).

Brian Phipps had 25 saves for the Admirals.

Geoff Hebert had 13 saves for the Lions .

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