Boys' Latin's streak ends at 30 games

Spring sports

April 08, 2007|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The No. 1 Boys' Latin lacrosse team lost to Haverford School (Pa.), 11-10, in overtime in the Boys' Latin STX Invitational yesterday, ending the Lakers' 30-game winning streak.

After squandering a 7-3 halftime lead, the Lakers led 10-9 late in the game, but the Fords' Kyle Wharton took over.

Wharton, who will play for Johns Hopkins next season, tied the score with 30 seconds left, then netted the winning goal 1:20 into overtime.

Travis Reed led the Lakers (9-1) with three goals and three assists.

More boys lacrosse

No. 2 St. Paul's 7, Malvern Prep (Pa.) 5 -- D.J. Hessler and Chris Clements each scored three goals as the host Crusaders came from behind to beat the Friars. Malvern Prep was leading 3-1 in the second quarter before Hessler sparked St. Paul's (10-1) with two straight goals. The Crusaders took a 4-3 lead before the Friars (5-2) tied it late in the third quarter. Clements then scored three of the game's next four goals to give St. Paul's the win. Peter Smyth went 8-for-8 on faceoffs for the Crusaders.

No. 3 McDonogh 11, Penn Charter (Pa.) 3 -- Andrew Feinberg had five goals and three assists in the title game as the Eagles won their Easter Tournament with wins over Worcester Prep and Penn Charter. Feinberg totaled nine goals and five assists in the two games for the Eagles (11-1).


North County 8, No. 6 Severna Park 4 -- The Knights used a six-run fourth inning to defeat the host Falcons (5-3) in the championship game of the Severna Park Easter Tournament. North County's Matt Pace was 1-for-3, but his one hit was a grand slam during the fourth inning that wound up being the difference in the game. Knights pitcher Mike Bronakowski went the distance to earn the victory.

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