McDonogh hands Loyola 9-6 boys lacrosse loss

Spring Sports

April 12, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore goalie Tyler Fiorito made 11 of his 18 saves in the second half and Tim Brandau and Kyle O'Brien scored four and three goals, respectively, to hoist defending champion McDonogh to yesterday's come-from-behind, 9-6 victory over visiting Loyola.

Bryn Holmes (one goal, two assists), Andrew Feinberg (three assists) and Collins Cary (one goal) also contributed for the third-ranked Eagles (8-1, 3-1), whose six unanswered goals turned a 3-1 second-period deficit into a 7-3 lead late in the third quarter of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game.

Defenders Billy Geist, Tommy Cooper, Henry Andrews and David Reed helped limit No. 5 Loyola (7-4, 2-3) to its lowest goal output of the season in the Eagles' fifth straight win.

Steele Stanwick (one goal, two assists), Tim Donovan (two goals) and Mike Kimmel (one goal, one assist) led the Dons.

Lem Satterfield


No. 3 Spalding 3, IND 0 -- Nicole Nessio gave the Cavaliers (7-3) some insurance with a two-run double in the sixth. Stephanie Weigman struck out 13 in a one-hit shutout of the Indians (5-5) at Randazzo Field.

Girls lacrosse

No. 1 Mount Hebron 23, Hammond 0 -- Katie Rekart and Megan Bosica each recorded four goals and the visiting Vikings (5-0) scored 13 first-half goals in a rout of the Bears.

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