Daly scores with 1:23 left to lift McDonogh in boys lacrosse

Spring sports

High Schools

April 13, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jimmy Daly scored on a pass from Travis Reed with 1:23 remaining in regulation to give top-ranked McDonogh an 8-7 victory over fourth-ranked Loyola in boys lacrosse yesterday.

The Dons had an opportunity to send the game into overtime with 32 seconds left, but Eagles goalkeeper Joe Pike stopped a Mike Kimmel shot to preserve the win.

After being down 6-3 at halftime, Loyola battled back to tie the game on an unassisted goal by Tyler Tolson with 3:51 left.

The Eagles improved to 13-0 and 4-0 in the A Conference of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association. The Dons dropped to 7-2 and 2-2.

No. 3 Boys" Latin 11, No. 5 Gilman 8: The Lakers (10-1 , 4-1 MIAA) took a quick 3-0 lead and held off a late comeback for the win over the Greyhounds (6-3, 2-2).

Brett Weiss had two goals and three assists for the host Lakers.

Girls lacrosse

No. 4 Notre Dame Prep 12, John Carroll 11: Charlene Morin scored her second goal and the game-winner with one second left in the second overtime to lift the Blazers (6-3 ) over the Patriots (5-3).

With the host Patriots trailing 10-9, Casey Amcarrow sent the game into overtime with less than a minute left in regulation.

Seton Keough 12, No. 14 Mount de Sales 11: Kerry Shea scored her game-high seventh goal with 32 seconds left in the second overtime as the visiting Gators (1-5) upset the Sailors (3-5 ).

Mount de Sales led 8-3 five minutes into the second half before Seton Keough went on a 7-0 run.


No. 2 North County 9, No. 11 Glen Burnie 0: Beth Mullins pitched all seven innings while going 2-for-4 to lead the Knights (6-0) over the visiting Gophers (3-4).


No. 6 Chesapeake-AA 6, No. 2 Old Mill 5: Jake Shibilsky scored from third on a wild pitch by Alex Buchholz in the top of the seventh inning to upset the host Patriots (5-1).

Shibilsky also hit two homers in the game and Buchholz had a home run for the Cougars (5-1).

No. 15 Reservoir 9, Long Reach 8: David Lee hit an RBI single in the fifth inning to drive in what turned out to be the winning run for the host Gators (9-0).

Lee went 3-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run scored.

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