Calvert Hall baseball stays on a roll

Winning streak hits 35

Severna Park's Jenkins shines in softball

Spring sports

High schools

March 26, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Top-ranked Calvert Hall stretched its winning streak to 35 games by picking up two wins at yesterday's Riverdale Baptist tournament in Upper Marlboro.

In the first game against St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School of Virginia, the Cardinals had a tough time with the Saints as they trailed late in the game.

Cardinal reliever Jesse Cunningham came in at the top of the sixth, picked off two Saints base runners and added a strikeout.

Nick Wojnowski drove in two runs with a double in the seventh inning as the Cardinals walked off with an 8-7 win.

In the second game, Calvert Hall took on Riverdale Baptist and had a much more dominant performance, leading from the start to take an 11-2 victory.

Jeff Guthridge finished the game 4-for-4 with five RBIs to lead the Cardinals. Nick Caddick had 12 strikeouts as his team raised its record to 4-0 this season.

Softball

No. 2 Severna Park 4, Pallotti 1 -- Kaila Jenkins had an outstanding performance for the Falcons (1-0). She pitched a complete game with 19 strikeouts and went 1-for-2 from the plate, drawing a walk to drive in the first run as well as hitting a double to overtake the Panthers.

Boys lacrosse

Calvert Hall 7, LaSalle (Pa.) 6 -- Tyler Dolphin (three goals, one assist) scored the game-winner with four seconds remaining on a feed from Kevin Kelly to lift the Cardinals (4-0) over the visiting Explorers (2-3).

St. Paul's 9, Western Reserve Academy (Ohio) 8 -- Down by two with 1:10 left, the Crusaders (9-0) quickly tied the game and then went ahead for good as Austin Boykin scored the game-winner in the waning seconds. Nate Matthews led St. Paul's with two goals and one assist.

Girls lacrosse

Seton Keough 13, No. 12 Centennial 8 -- Maria Valderas scored four goals as the Gators (3-2) upset the Eagles (2-1). Seton Keough, which took a 9-3 lead at the half and never trailed, hopes to carry momentum into tomorrow's game when it faces Good Counsel.

No. 3 Severn 17, Agnes Irwin (Pa.) 4 -- Josie Owen (four goals, one assist) and Bretton Bathras (three goals, two assists) paced the Admirals as they improved to 2-2.

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