James' six goals carry Poly, 14-11

Dulaney upsets Western Tech in softball

Calvert Hall's unbeaten baseball run at 38

Spring sports

March 30, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore center Kiara James had a game-high six goals and one assist to lead host Poly to a 14-11 win over Western in girls lacrosse yesterday.

"She easily controlled [about] 60 percent of the draws, allowing us to play more of an offensive game," Poly coach Josh Headley said of James.

Down by six at halftime, the Doves scored the first three goals of the second half, but the Engineers were able to hold on for the win.

Alyssa Apolonio made 13 saves for Poly (3-0).

No.15 Seton Keough 14, Friends 5 -- Penn State-bound Maria Valderas recorded a career-high seven points (four goals, three assists) to lead the host Gators (3-2).


Dulaney 4, No.13 Western Tech 0 -- Jamie Eckenrode hit a home run and Katie Cole drove in two runs as the host Lions (3-1) upset the Wolverines (2-1).

No.2 Severna Park 16, Annapolis 0 -- Kaila Jenkins pitched a five-inning no-hitter and struck out 11 for the host Falcons (3-0). Jenkins hit two doubles and had three RBIs, and Katie Boloino went 3-for-4, scoring three runs and driving in two.

Boys lacrosse

Edgewood 8, Aberdeen 7 -- Chris Dinardi scored the eventual game-winner in the third quarter as he beat Eagles goalie Bryan Biefchke on a fast break. Zach McPherson led the host Rams (1-0) with three goals. The Eagles fell to 1-1.


No. 1 Calvert Hall 13, Loyola 2 -- Catcher Joe Velleggia had five RBIs and scored four runs as visiting Calvert Hall (7-0-1) remained unbeaten in 38 straight games. Right-hander Pat O'Keefe (1-0) went five innings, allowing four hits, one run and three walks with three strikeouts for the win. Britton Quayle pitched two innings of relief to earn his first save of the season.

No. 5 Severna Park 6, Annapolis 1 -- Cory Jensen went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs to power the host Falcons (2-0) past the Panthers (0-2).

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