Jamison, Westminster top Liberty in OT, 12-10

Spring sports

April 27, 2007|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Madalyn Jamison scored the game-winner with 16 seconds left in overtime and Lindsay Kibler added another goal at the buzzer as Westminster beat Liberty, 12-10, last night in a Carroll County girls lacrosse showdown.

Liberty upset defending champion Century early in the season, but the host Owls rallied to win last night even after the Lions came back to erase a two-goal Westminster lead late in overtime.

Kibler's transition goal with 2:14 left in overtime gave the Owls (10-1-1, 4-0 county) a 10-8 edge, but Liberty's Meghan Conaway and Amy Gladfelter tied it at 10 with back-to-back free-position goals.

In regulation, Shelby Nemecek scored what would have been the game-winner for the Lions (8-3, 3-1) with two minutes left, but her stick was illegal and the goal didn't count. Lions goalie Kristy Hankinson finished off a sensational half with two saves in the final 37 seconds to force overtime.



Cardinal Gibbons 5, No. 7 Mount St. Joseph 4 -- Andrew Parker broke a 4-4 tie in the bottom of the sixth with a sacrifice fly that scored John Koenig as the host Crusaders (8-6) upset the Gaels (6-6). Mount St. Joseph head coach Dave Norton was denied his 500th win.

St. Paul's 20, Spalding 3 -- St. Paul's bats caught fire to the tune of 20 runs and 22 hits as the Crusaders defeated the Cavaliers. Jack Carey had a career day for St. Paul's, going 4-for-5 with two home runs and nine RBIs.


Perry Hall 4, Franklin 0 -- Justine DiGregorio had 10 strikeouts as she pitched a three-hit shutout to lead the Gators (10-3) past the Indians (8-2).

Boys lacrosse

Walbrook 8, Edmondson 7 -- Jamar Peete and Jamel Andrews each scored three goals as the Warriors earned the victory over the Red Storm. Eugene Bouknight had 10 saves in the win.

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