Cipra's kick, goal-line stand lift Mariners over Raiders, 49-45

March 29, 2010|By Sports Digest

J.R. Cipra broke a tie with a 40-yard field goal with 4:09 remaining and added one point by splitting the uprights on the ensuing kickoff and the Mariners used a last-minute goal-line stand to defeat the visiting Richmond Raiders, 49-45, and improve their American Indoor Football Association record to 4-0. Mariners defenders Adam Goloboski (Hereford) and Fearon Wright stopped a sneak by Robbie Jenkins with 54 seconds to go on fourth down and inches away from the end zone. The Mariners' Richard Johnson (Milford Mill) scored touchdowns on a 39-yard interception return and 53-yard return of a missed field-goal try.

College baseball: Mount St. Mary's senior Kent Worthington pitched a no-hitter and struck out nine to lead Mount St. Mary's to an 18-0 win over host Quinnipiac. ... Senior pinch hitter Jonathan Berkowitz delivered a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth to score sophomore pinch runner Andrew Hahn (Loyola) and give host Navy (17-7) a 4-3 victory over UMBC (4-12).

College softball: Salisbury senior shortstop Kelly Waskewicz hit two home runs, moving her into a tie for fourth place on the NCAA Division III career list with 48. The No. 17 Sea Gulls (19-2, 6-0 CAC) earned a 10-0, 4-2 sweep of Hood (7-9, 2-2).

- From Sun staff and news services

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