John Carroll tops NDP in girls lacrosse

Carey's 3 goals lead No. 14 Patriots past No. 7 Blazers, 13-7

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March 25, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Allyson Carey finished with three goals and dominated the midfield as No. 14 John Carroll upset host and No. 7 Notre Dame Prep, 13-7, yesterday in a Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A conference girls lacrosse game.

"We really played well and dominated in ground balls and loose balls, and we knew we had to do that in order to win the game," Patriots coach John Hughes said.

Carey scored two of her goals in the first half to help the Patriots (3-1, 2-0) take a 7-4 halftime lead.

Chelsea Ford, Katlyn Strasdauskas, Courtney Aburn and Mary Zulty each added two goals for John Carroll.

"Right now things feel pretty good, but anything can happen in A conference lacrosse," Hughes said.

Caitlyn McFadden paced the Blazers (1-1, 0-1) with four goals and an assist.

No. 2 St. Mary's 11, Seton Keough 6 -- Caroline Cochran scored five goals and Sam Schrum added four goals and one assist to lead the visiting Saints (4-0).

No. 3 Severn 12, Spalding 9 -- Bret Bathras led the visiting Admirals (3-2) with five goals. Megan Jendrossek paced the Cavaliers (2-2) with three.

No. 8 Bryn Mawr 7, Mount de Sales 4 -- Tighe Hutchins and Courtney Burd each scored twice to lead the Mawrtians (1-1) past the Sailors (0-2). Ali Libertini had two goals for visiting Mount de Sales.

Park 16, Chapelgate 5 -- Jen Reis scored seven of her nine goals in first half for the host Bruins, giving Park a 9-1 lead going into the break.

Boys lacrosse

No. 1 Loyola 11, Penn Charter (Pa.) 6 -- Mike Kimmel led the host Greyhounds (4-1) with four goals and three assists. Steele Stanwick had three assists and one goal.

No. 7 St. Mary's 8, Landon 7 -- Rhett DePol (three goals, one assist) scored the game-winner with 2:06 left in overtime as the host Saints (3-0) defeated the Bears. St. Mary's Morgan Howler made nine saves.


No. 10 Chesapeake-AA 11, No. 4 Institute of Notre Dame 5 -- Lauren Gibson went 3-for-3 with five RBIs and two runs scored as the Cougars (1-0) upset the visiting Indians (1-2). Joanna Allen pitched a complete game and struck out eight to earn the win. Colleen Matthes walked nine and struck out five for the loss. "They're a really good club," said Cheapeake coach Don Ellenberger of IND. "We're a young a club and to be able to come out the first game of the season like this is a good sign for us."

No. 6 Catonsville 7, Eastern Tech 0 -- Mallory Clary had a homer and a double as the visiting Comets (2-0) beat the Mavericks (0-2).

No. 11 Centennial 6, River Hill 3 -- Right-hander Jessica Grimshaw (1-0) pitched seven innings, gave up three runs on two hits, walked two and struck out six for the host Eagles (3-0). Michelle Grap went 2-for-3 with a triple and an RBI.

No. 15 Western Tech 7, Perry Hall 5 -- Jasmine Ables hit two triples and had two RBIs to lead the Wolverines (2-0) past the host Panthers (1-1).

Dulaney 9, Hereford 2 -- Katie Cole had two of the Lions' four home runs as they defeated the visiting Bulls and improved to 1-1.


No. 7 Dulaney 3, Hereford 2 -- D.J. Poling hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the fifth inning to lead the host Lions (1-1) past the Bulls (0-2).

No. 14 Glenelg 18, Oakland Mills 5 -- Jake Anderson went 3-for-3 with four RBIs, a homer and a double as the Gladiators (1-1) defeated the host Patriots (0-3).

Gilman 12, Gibbons 0 -- Left-hander Marco Simmons (1-0) pitched a five-inning no-hitter, walking three, hitting one batter and striking out five for the visiting Greyhounds (1-0). Dustin Rogers-Little went 2-for-2 with two doubles and scored three runs for Gilman.

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