Games To Watch

April 26, 2006

Baltimore City

Who

No. 3 Gilman at No. 5 McDonogh

Sport, When

Boys lacrosse, Friday, 4 p.m.

Outlook

The Greyhounds visit their Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference rival in a game with playoff implications. McDonogh, the defending league champion, had put together a five-game winning streak before last week's 13-12 loss at last season's league runner-up Boys' Latin. Gilman is led by the Carroll twins, Brian and Kevin, as well as defender Barney Ehrmann. McDonogh relies on attackmen Andrew Feinberg and Tim Brandau, midfielders Bryn Holmes and Kyle O'Brien and defender Billy Geist.

Baltimore County

Who

No. 4 St. Paul's at No. 2 Severn

Sport, When

Boys lacrosse, Friday, 4 p.m.

Outlook

This Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game involves two of the hotter teams in the league. St. Paul's last week defeated defending conference champion McDonogh, 9-6, holding the Eagles to what had been their lowest point total of the season. Severn, meanwhile, is having one of its best seasons ever under coach John Tucker, who has said this will be his final year of coaching.

Carroll

Who

Liberty at Westminster

Sport, When

Boys lacrosse, tomorrow, 7 p.m.

Outlook

The Lions, Class 2A-1A state finalists last season, will face another in a series of tough tests when they play the Owls, a Class 4A-3A semifinalist. Though young, Westminster has turned its season around by winning three straight heading into yesterday. Led by senior Matt Latham, Liberty has averaged 15 goals a game.

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