Feinberg scores 4 to pull McDonogh past Calvert Hall

Fiorito contributes 14 saves for No. 2 Eagles

Spring sports

April 14, 2007|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Andrew Feinberg had four goals and an assist to lead No. 2 McDonogh past No. 5 Calvert Hall, 9-6, yesterday in boys lacrosse.

Tyler Fiorito made 14 saves for the host Eagles (12-2).

D.J. Comer was one of three players with two goals for the Cardinals (3-3).

No. 4 Loyola 18, Friends 1 -- The Dons (5-2) took an 11-0 lead into halftime and cruised past the host Quakers. Joe Cummings scored four goals and Steele Stanwick had five assists for Loyola.

No. 7 Mount St. Joseph 9, St. Mary's 8 -- Tom Beach scored a minute into the third overtime to propel the host Gaels over the Saints. St. Mary's overcame a 6-2 halftime deficit to tie the game at the end of regulation behind three goals from Rhett DePol. Pete Buppert had three goals and Andrew Adamson had two for Mount St. Joseph's.

No. 15 Annapolis 13, Canisius (N.Y.) 5 -- Brian Gehrdes scored three goals and added two assists to lead the Panthers (6-1) over the Crusaders in the Severna Park Tournament. Annapolis will play Severn tomorrow.

Girls lacrosse

Catonsville 9, Winters Mill 3 -- The visiting Comets received goals from five players in a win over the Falcons in the opening round of the Winters Mill Tournament. Catonsville, which led 8-1 at the half, advances to tomorrow's final.

Fallston 10, C.M. Wright 9 -- Sophomore Monica Fischer scored with two seconds left in overtime to lift Fallston. It was the second time in a week that Fischer scored a game-winning goal with seconds left. On Wednesday night, Fischer scored with 2.4 seconds left in regulation to boost Fallston over North Carroll, 8-7.


No. 3 Arundel 9, North County 0 -- Eric Potter threw six innings and recorded 13 strikeouts as Arundel defeated visiting North County. The Wildcats showed some power with five doubles, 11 hits and only one strikeout. Shawn Pleffner and Matt Skrenchuk each had two hits.

C. Milton Wright 8, No. 15 North Harford 1 -- The visiting Mustangs (9-1) stayed undefeated in the Upper Chesapeake division with a win over the Hawks (6-2). T.J. Vernes pitched a complete game for C.M. Wright, allowing only one run and striking out eight.


No. 3 Spalding 1, No. 4 Institute of Notre Dame 0 -- After hitting the first batter of the game, Stephanie Weigman threw a no-hitter and struck out seven to lead the visiting Cavaliers (9-2) over the Indians (12-2). Pitcher Colleen Matthes allowed two hits and had seven strikeouts for IND. Spalding scored in the top of the seventh when Delaney Bell's single brought home Kristin Nabor.

No. 10 Hammond 7, Marriotts Ridge 0 -- Right-hander Stephanie Speierman (8-0) went seven innings, gave up three hits, hit one batter and struck out 19 in a shutout for the visiting Bears (8-0). Speierman also hit a grand slam.

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