Severna Park's Jenkins ties hits record

Spring Sports

May 16, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Severna Park's Kaila Jenkins tied a Maryland state record with her 139th career hit in the third inning of the Falcons' 6-1 win over visiting River Hill yesterday in Class 3A East softball regional quarterfinals.

Jenkins tied Kelly Shipman (Northeast, 1992-1995) and Katie Zitnay (Atholton, 1999-2002).

With her 17th win this season, the senior pitcher also broke the Anne Arundel County career record for wins with her 65th. She passed Jennifer Grinath (1986-1989) of Northeast.

No. 1 Chesapeake-AA 7, Old Mill 0 -- Lauren Gibson went 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs to pace the host Cougars (20-2) in a Class 4A East regional quarterfinal. She also pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts.

J.M. Bennett 3, No. 6 Centennial 2 -- The Clippers scored three runs in the fourth inning and held on to upset the Eagles (16-4) in the Class 3A East regional quarterfinals. Katie Hobson suffered the loss, giving up three runs on five hits and striking out seven.

Long Reach 12, Fallston 3 -- Amy Guyton scored four runs, stole five bases and went 3-for-3 to lead the host Lightning (17-4) in the Class 3A East regional quarterfinals.

Hammond 5, Reservoir 0 -- Stephanie Speierman struck out 16 and allowed one hit as the Golden Bears (14-5) advanced to a Class 2A South regional semifinal against McDonough tomorrow.

Baseball

No. 7 Chesapeake-AA 11, Thomas Stone 0 -- Justin Robey hit a grand slam and Troy Nickoles and Zach Moore also homered for the Cougars as they advanced to the Class 3A East regional semifinals.

Oakland Mills 1, McDonough 0 -- Drew Permison pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts for the Scorpions (13-8). Ian Frank singled to right field to drive in Brad Shepherd in the seventh inning to beat the visiting Rams in a Class 2A South game.

Severna Park 4, Long Reach 2 -- Stan Schwitalla hit a two-run homer and had a sacrifice fly to help advance the host Falcons to the Class 3A East regional semifinals.

Boys lacrosse

No. 15 River Hill 17, Walbrook 11 -- Josh White scored five goals as the Hawks (15-1) built a 15-3 halftime lead on the Warriors (14-2), earning their first Class 3A-2A South regional final berth in six years. River Hill will play host tomorrow to Mount Hebron, an 8-6 upset winner over No. 14 Glenelg (14-2), whose 14-game winning streak ended. The game will be a rematch of the Hawks' earlier 14-10 victory over Mount Hebron, which lost a 10-3 second-quarter lead in that game.

North Harford 13, Hereford 12 -- Mark Parks scored on a pass from Dean Thrasher (one goal, six assists) with five seconds remaining to give the host Hawks (16-2) the win over the Bulls in a Class 3A-2A North quarterfinal. Zack Buecker took a pass from David Taylor to tie the game at 12 with 29 seconds left. North Harford will host county foe Fallston in the regional semifinals tomorrow at 6:30 p.m.

Fallston 10, Franklin 8 -- Luke Raab scored four of his game-high six goals in the first half to propel the Cougars past the host Indians in the Class 3A-2A North regional quarterfinals. Behind Raab, Fallston (9-5) took a 7-4 halftime lead that was too much for the Indians (12-2) to overcome. Matt Higgins paced Franklin with four goals and an assist.

Girls lacrosse

Sparrows Point 13, Joppatowne 9 -- Misty Might scored four goals to lead the Pointers (12-2) past the visiting Mariners in the Class 2A-1A South regional quarterfinals.

Pikesville 22, Western Tech 6 -- Becca Kreshtool led the Panthers (9-5) with six first-half points (three goals, three assists) in a rout of the host Wolverines in Class 2A-1A North play.

North County 19, Parkville 14 -- Heidi Karaszkiewicz (nine goals, one assist) scored two of North County's five goals in the last six minutes to cap a comeback win over visiting Parkville in the Class 4A-3A South regional.

Sun reporters Lem Satterfield and Pat O'Malley contributed to this article.

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