Passed ball in 9th lifts Parkville

Knights get 1-0 upset of No. 4 Catonsville

Spring sports

April 25, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Zack Samios-Uy scored the winning run on a passed ball in the ninth inning as the Parkville baseball team upset No. 4 Catonsville, 1-0, yesterday.

Right-hander Kevin Jacob went nine innings, gave up five hits, walked two and struck out 13 in the shutout for the visiting Knights (11-3).

Catonsville's Neal Davis also went the distance, striking out 13, and had the only extra-base hit, a double in the eighth inning, as the Comets fell to 9-4.

Loyola 6, No. 2 Calvert Hall 4 -- Hunter McIntyre went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and a run as the visiting Dons (12-6) upset the Cardinals (14-3).

No. 6 Severna Park 5, Glen Burnie 2 -- Left-hander Kyle Shifflette (5-0) went seven innings, gave up two runs, five hits, three walks and struck out nine as the visiting Falcons (11-2) beat the Gophers (6-7).

Bel Air 6, No. 14 North Harford 3 -- Doug Hicks got the Bobcats (9-5) out of a bases-loaded jam in the seventh, picking up the upset win over the Hawks (11-3).


No. 2 Glen Burnie 5, No. 6 Severna Park 0 -- Left-hander Kelly Leary (7-0) pitched her first no-hitter, going seven innings, walking one and striking out 11 for the host Gophers (12-2). Leary retired 19 batters in a row. Glen Burnie scored all five runs in the sixth inning. Holly Ross scored on a wild pitch to start the scoring and Jessica Sewell hit a two-run single.

No. 3 Chesapeake-AA 14, South River 0 -- Joanna Allen no-hit the Seahawks and got plenty of support from Darah Lamarsh and Lauren Gibson, who combined for seven RBIs for the visiting Cougars (12-1).

No. 5 Archbishop Spalding 6, St. Vincent Pallotti 5 -- Stephanie Weigman struck out 10 and Lauren O'Malley went 3-for-4 with an RBI for the host Cavaliers (11-4).

IND 9, McDonogh 0 -- Colleen Matthes had 12 strikeouts in a no-hitter against the host Eagles and Amanda Ward had two RBIs for the Indians (12-6).

Girls lacrosse

No. 3 St. Mary's 16, Urbana 4 -- The host Saints (12-2) broke the game open by outscoring the Hawks 10-1 in the second half. Caroline Cochran had five goals and two assists.

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