J. Carroll softball a surprise champion

C.M. Wright falls

Mt. St. Joe takes baseball tourney

Spring sports

April 16, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Mary-Kate Smith hit a two-run triple to lead a seven-run seventh inning as the John Carroll softball team upset No. 2 C. Milton Wright, 10-4, yesterday in the championship game of the John Carroll tournament.

The Mustangs (9-1) led 3-0 after the third inning. The Patriots tied the score in the top of the sixth before C. Milton Wright took a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the inning.

Tori Ripple led the Patriots (7-4), going 2-for-4 with two singles and two RBIs. Angela DiBeneditto pitched seven innings, giving up four runs on 10 hits and striking out 11 for the win.

C. Milton Wright defeated North East of Cecil County, 8-2, and the Patriots beat county foe North Harford, 4-2, to reach the title game.

Baseball

No. 4 Mount St. Joseph 6, No. 11 South Carroll 1 -- Center fielder Ryan McDonald went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored to lead the host Gaels (12-2) to the win over the Cavaliers in the championship game of the Jack Conley tournament. McDonald also was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.

Broadneck 12, Old Mill 6 -- Jim Parreira hit a three-run homer in the top of the seventh as the Bruins (8-3) defeated the Patriots (2-6) in the championship of the Larry E. Knight tournament at Broadneck.

Annapolis 11, Edmondson 0 -- Senior Andrew Patterson threw a no-hitter against the Red Storm in a first-round game of the Kenny Dunn tournament at South River. He finished with seven strikeouts in five innings for the Panthers (3-7). Annapolis went on to defeat Forestville, 22-2, to win the tournament.

Dulaney 12, Overlea 5 -- Steve Bumbry had two home runs and five RBIs as the host Lions (5-5) defeated the Falcons in the Dr. David Allender tournament.

Boys lacrosse

No. 3 McDonogh 16, Penn Charter (Pa.) 12 -- Andrew Feinberg and Collins Carey combined for seven goals and two assists to lead the host Eagles (7-1) past the Quakers (9-4) in the McDonogh tournament. Ryan Kolansky made 15 saves for Penn Charter, six more than McDonogh's Ben Craft.

North Harford 14, Annapolis 13 -- The Hawks' Dean Thrasher (five goals, two assists) scored the game-winner with 7:11 remaining in the championship game of the North Harford tournament. The Hawks came back from a 10-6 halftime deficit and tied the game with 7:27 left on a goal by Mark Parks (five goals, two assists). Steven Galbreath won 21 of 27 faceoffs for North Harford (6-1).

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