Seton Keough tops Bryn Mawr in girls lacrosse

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April 04, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Key stops by Seton Keough goalie Allie Levy and a big goal from Lauren Wise pulled the Gators past visiting Bryn Mawr, 10-9, in double overtime yesterday. The Mawrtians (3-3) tied the game with 45 seconds left to play in regulation on a goal by Tara Hutchins. Three seconds before the end of regulation, Wise made a save on a point-blank shot to keep the Gators (5-3) afloat.

While the Mawrtians were attempting to stall in the second overtime, Ashley Jones scooped a ground ball at midfield, raced downfield and shot and missed. She recovered her own rebound and then tied the game with 1:16 left.

With 19 seconds left in the second overtime, Morgan Widlake was attacking the goal during a free possession for Seton Keough and saw Wise to her left. She flipped a pass to Wise and Wise made her fourth goal.

Levy saved the game with three seconds left in the period when she stopped another point-blank shot. The shot would have sent the game into sudden death.

No. 2 St. Mary's 16, Archbishop Spalding 8 -- Sam Schrum (five goals, one assist) and Allison Perkins (six assists, one goal) led the host Saints (7-0) over the Cavaliers.


South River 7, No. 4 Severna Park 3 -- Freshman Bobby Hite went 2-for-2 with a triple and an RBI to spark the Seahawks (1-4) to an upset of the visiting Falcons (4-1).

Edmondson 8, Mervo 7 -- Dajuan Smith drove in Maurice Fisher as the host Redskins (4-1) beat the Mustangs in eight innings. Rex Gelb went 2-for-2 with a double, a home run, four RBIs. Fisher drove in three runs with a double and a triple against the Mustangs.

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