No. 2 McDonogh girls lose in lacrosse

Spring sports

May 03, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Notre Dame Prep's Maria Brooks scored off an interception with 3:37 left in the game to hand the second-ranked and visiting McDonogh girls lacrosse team its first loss of the season, 7-6, in a Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference game yesterday.

The No. 13 Blazers (10-6) were led by Caitlyn McFadden with three goals, and Brooks finished with a goal and an assist.

The Eagles (15-1), who already clinched the first seed in the IAAM tournament, were paced by Brittany Mallory with three goals and Kim Dubansky with two.

Caitlin Formby had 13 saves in goal for NDP. Natalie Pappas and Julia Schreiber each had three saves for McDonogh.

Severn 9, No. 12 John Carroll 8 -- Josie Owen scored her third goal of the game with about four minutes left in regulation to lift the host Admirals (9-7). Allyson Carey led the Patriots (10-6) with two goals.

Boys lacrosse

No. 1 Boys' Latin 10, No. 8 Mount St. Joseph 9 -- Despite scoring only one goal in the second half, the Lakers (18-0) escaped a dangerous comeback from the host Gaels (12-6). Travis Reed scored four goals to lead Boys' Latin. Kevin Benzing had a strong second half in goal for Mount St. Joseph with nine saves. Adam Hagelin also had nine saves for the Lakers.

No. 2 Gilman 14, No. 7 Calvert Hall 6 -- Griff Shay scored a game-high six goals and Will Keigler had three as the Greyhounds (11-4) defeated the visiting Cardinals (8-6). Kent Groff paced Calvert Hall with two goals.

No. 6 Loyola 15, No. 3 Severn 7 -- Mike Kimmel scored all five of his goals in the first half as the Dons (12-4) took a 7-1 halftime lead. Steele Stanwick added two goals for Loyola. Nick Elsmo led the host Admirals (13-8) with two goals and an assist. Brian Phipps had 11 saves for Severn while Tim Harrington had eight for the Dons.

No. 4 St. Paul's 16, Friends 4 -- Nate Matthews (four goals, one assist) and Cliff Larkin (three goals, two assists) led the host Crusaders (16-3) as they routed the Quakers.

No. 5 McDonogh 16, No. 13 Spalding 10 -- Bryn Holmes had all of his six points (three goals, three assists) in the first half to lead the Eagles (12-4) over the visiting Cavaliers (8-12).

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