This time, St. Paul's beats No. 1 Loyola

DiPietro scores three as No. 5 Crusaders hand Dons second straight lacrosse loss, 8-7

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High Schools

April 08, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Cryder DiPietro scored a game-high three goals as fifth-ranked and host St. Paul's handed the top-ranked Loyola boys lacrosse team its second loss of the week in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game yesterday.

DiPietro scored the eventual game-winning goal with 2:52 left in regulation to give the Crusaders (12-1, 3-1) an 8-5 lead.

The Dons, however, came back and scored two quick goals, the last coming from Mike Kimmel with 1:05 remaining to cut the lead to 8-7, and that's the way it ended.

Chris Kunhardt had a solid game in goal for St. Paul's, finishing with 17 saves.

"They're a good team and I really felt we had them a little off balance. Our defense played very well, especially with Chris in goal," Crusaders coach Rick Brocato said.

Nate Matthews had two goals for St. Paul's and DiPietro also had an assist. Kimmel scored two goals and assisted on another for the Dons (7-3, 2-2), who lost to No. 2 Boys' Latin on Tuesday.

No. 2 Boys' Latin 10, No. 7 Calvert Hall 6 -- The Lakers' first attack line of Brett Weiss, Travis Reed and Chris Boland provided most of the offense (five goals, three assists) as Boys' Latin (11-0) beat the visiting Cardinals (6-2).

No. 3 Gilman 13, No. 7 Mt. St. Joseph 9 -- Brian Carroll (five goals) and Kevin Carroll (three goals) combined for nine points as the visiting Greyhounds (5-3) scored eight second-half goals in a comeback win over the host Gaels.

No. 4 McDonogh 16, Friends 7 -- Andrew Fein scored six times and Kyle O'Brien had three for the host Eagles (6-1) in the rout of the visiting Quakers (4-3).

No. 8 St. Mary's 7, Spalding 4 -- Matt Bell led the host Saints (4-3) in scoring with two goals while John Laymon had two assists against the visiting Friars.

No. 10 Severn 11, Southern 2 -- Chase Sutton and Carter Loetz each had two goals as the host Admirals (7-4) routed the Bulldogs.

Poly 18, City 10 -- Brent Hayward had four goals and four assists to pace the visiting Engineers (3-2).

Girls lacrosse

No. 2 St. Mary's 15, No. 9 Notre Dame Prep 13 -- Caroline Cochran had a game-high seven points (six goals, one assist) and Sam Schrum had four (three goals, one assist) as the visiting Saints (8-0) defeated the Blazers. Erin Laschinger led NDP with three goals and an assist.

No. 4 McDonogh 14, Seton Keough 11 -- Kim Dubansky led the Eagles (9-0) with four goals and two assists as they defeated the visiting Gators. Jenna Block added three goals and an assist for McDonogh, while Brittany Mallory had two goals and two assists. Maria Valderas led the Gators with four goals.


No. 1 Calvert Hall 22, McDonogh 4 -- Nick Wojnowski went 2-for-2 -- a double and triple -- for three RBIs as the host Cardinals (10-1) cruised past the Eagles. Michael Dillon hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the fourth inning for Calvert Hall.

No. 3 Catonsville 13, Overlea 5 -- Chris Smith went 3-for-5 for the host Comets (6-2) and also struck out seven in the win over the Falcons (5-3).

No. 7 Mount St. Joseph 11, No. 6 Spalding 1 -- Brian Hamilton hit a three-run homer and was 3-for-4. On the mound, he had five strikeouts as the visiting Gaels (7-2) beat the Cavaliers (8-5).

No. 9 Westminster 6, Thomas Johnson 5 -- Dan Stone hit a single with two outs and the bases loaded as the host Owls (6-1) edged the Patriots (5-3).

Northeast 3, No. 15 Old Mill 1 -- Rich Poronavi went 4-for-4, including a double and a homer, as the visiting Eagles (1-4) upset the Patriots (1-4).


No. 1 Severna Park 9, Arundel 1 -- Desirae Sullivan had a bases-empty home run in the second inning and a two-run homer in the sixth to lead the visiting Falcons (7-0) over the Wildcats (6-1).

No. 5 Chesapeake-AA 10, Meade 0 -- Lauren Gibson pitched a no-hitter for the host Cougars (6-1) with nine strikeouts and a walk as they powered past the visiting Mustangs (1-6). She, along with teammates Erika Stash and Samantha Pettie, had two RBIs.

No. 13 Catonsville 11, Overlea 1 -- Amanda Fefel had seven strikeouts for the host Comets (5-2) in their victory over the visiting Falcons (5-3). Sami Johnston entered in the fifth inning and struck out five for Catonsville. Mallorie Clary was 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBIs for the Comets.

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