In softball, Dulaney upsets Catonsville

Lions' 2 runs in eighth foil No. 6 Comets

Spring Sports

March 28, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Dulaney softball team had an opportunity slip away in extra innings at defending Class 4A state champion North County last week. The Lions put that lesson to good use yesterday at Baltimore County rival Catonsville, scoring two runs in the top of the eighth inning to upset the No. 6 Comets, 4-2.

Dulaney's Sarah Moetter struck out 11 and drove home the winning run with a sacrifice fly to outlast Catonsville All-Metro senior pitcher Amanda Fefel. It was the first time the Lions defeated Catonsville since Fefel's arrival four years ago. Both teams are 2-1. Katie Cole (two doubles, one RBI, one run scored) and Michelle Barwick (two doubles, one run scored) led the Lions' nine-hit attack.

Brittany Frankenfeld started the Lions' eighth on second base with the international rule in play, moved to third on a sacrifice bunt by Barwick and scored on Moetter's sacrifice fly to left. Cole then doubled and scored on Jamie Eckenrode's single.

Glenn Graham

No. 3 C.M. Wright 25, Edgewood 0 -- Chelsea Funk had seven strikeouts in a no-hitter, which was called after four innings. Katie McCauley went 3-for-3 with two doubles and three RBIs.

No. 8Westminster 2, Frances Scott Key 1 -- Megan Lahner's walk-off home run lifted the Owls (2-0) past the Eagles (2-1). Lahner pitched seven innings, allowing two hits and one earned run. She struck out 13.

Franklin 21, New Town 0 -- Jordan Eades pitched a perfect game with 14 strikeouts in five innings to lead the host Indians (3-0) past the Titans (0-3).

Glenelg 12, Reservoir 0 -- Becky Schmidt stuck out 10 and pitched a perfect five-inning game as the Gladiators (3-1) cruised past the Gators (2-2). Schmidt also went 3-for-3 with a grand slam.

Loch Raven 19, Randallstown 0 -- Kelly Ports tossed a near-perfect game for the Raiders and went 2-for-2 with a double and a triple, two runs scored and four RBIs.

Fallston 9, Bel Air 8 -- Megan Gravell pitched eight innings for the Cougars (4-0), striking out 12. Lisa Bilski hit two home runs for Fallston.

Boys lacrosse

No.12 Broadneck 8, No. 15 Westminster 4 -- Logan Rausse (two goals, one assist) and Brett Johnson (two goals) paced the visiting Bruins (2-0) over the Owls (0-1).

Baseball

No. 1 Calvert Hall 17, St. Paul's 4 -- Jeff Guthridge had a two-run homer and a triple to lead the host Cardinals (5-0-1) past the Crusaders (4-5).

Loyola 7, No.2 Mount St. Joseph 2 -- Creg Hill struck out three and allowed one earned run in 4 2/3 innings as the Dons (3-0) upset the Gaels.

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