Mount St. Joseph baseball shuts out McDonogh, 6-0

End of makeup game helps Parks get 2 wins

Spring sports

High Schools

April 26, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

David Parks (4-1) pitched six innings of shutout baseball and struck out three McDonogh batters as host No. 13 Mount St. Joseph triumphed over McDonogh, 6-0.

Powered by Mike Bianca's 3-for-3 effort, the Gaels (12-8, 7-6 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) beat the visiting Eagles (6-10, 5-8) in back-to-back MIAA A Conference games.

Parks pitched in both the first game, a makeup game that only lasted one inning, and the second game for two wins on the day.

Overlea 7, Pikesville 1: With the bases loaded in the bottom of the first, the host Falcons (7-5) took an early lead over the Panthers (5-7) thanks to a triple by junior third baseman Eric Wright. Senior Akeem Richards held Pikesville to one run, striking out five and allowing only two walks over seven innings.

No. 7 Fallston 4, North East 3: Shortstop Sean Kelly hit a two-run double in the bottom of the fourth to put the Cougars up 4-1.

Host Fallston improves to 11-2 overall and 7-1 in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Chesapeake Division. The Indians dropped to 8-5 and 3-5.

Softball

Southwestern 25, Lake Clifton 1: Caprice Singleton (5-0) stayed undefeated and led her Sabers (8-2) to the win over the visiting Lakers (1-4).

Singleton also went 3-for-3 with a home run, triple, single and walk. She was a double short of the cycle.

Girls lacrosse

Maryvale 17, Perry Hall 6: Gina Ibello scored two of her three goals in the first half to lead the Lions over the visiting Gators (5-3).

Amy Lauenstein had a game-high 25 saves for Perry Hall.

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