Parkville advances in baseball

Spring sports

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Jason Sauter struck out seven, overpowering visiting Patterson in a 10-0 win for No. 14 Parkville in a Class 4A North baseball playoff game yesterday.

"Just solid pitching throughout the game," said Knights coach Jeff Markel of Sauter.

Sauter threw 41 strikes out of 54 pitches over five innings. Zach Samios-Uy (2-for-2, with two stolen bases) hit a single that scored Sauter and Dan McCleary to start a six-run first inning.

The Knights (16-5) will host C. Milton Wright today in the Class 4A North semifinals.

Gilman 18, Loyola 9 -- The host Greyhounds (12-9) got three RBIs on two singles and a double from Marco Simmons. Gilman travels to Mount St. Joseph for today's MIAA A Conference second-round game.

No. 2 Arundel 7, Old Mill 5 -- Corey Overholtzer (3-for-5, four RBIs) tied the game for the host Wildcats (19-3) in the fifth with a bases-empty home run and hit a bases-loaded two-run double to put Arundel ahead in the sixth of the Class 4A East game.

Dundalk 5, Towson 4 -- Ross Ratliff went 3-for-3 and was a home run shy of hitting for the cycle with two runs and two RBIs in a Class 3A North semifinal, and pitched a complete game with seven strikeouts in the host Owls' win.


No. 3 C. Milton Wright 14, Blake 0 -- Chelsea Funk struck out nine for her 19th win and second no-hitter of the season for the Mustangs (20-2) in the Class 4A North game.

Girls lacrosse

No. 8 Towson 14, No. 13 Fallston 9 -- Lacey Mahle scored six times to lead the Generals (15-1) over the visiting Cougars. Towson will host North Harford today in the Class 3A/2A North final.

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