Winters Mill girls top D.C.'s Good Counsel

Boys' Latin clobbers Mount St. Joseph

April 02, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

The No. 5 team from the Baltimore metropolitan area beat the No. 1 team from the Washington metropolitan area.

MacKenzie Cyr had four goals and two assists, and Winters Mill's girls lacrosse team defeated Our Lady of Good Counsel, 14-12, Thursday.

The Washington Post ranked Good Counsel (8-1) No. 1.

Winters Mill (2-0) led for most of the game and despite two ties, never lost the lead.

"It was a battle throughout for ground balls, draw controls," Winters Mill assistant coach Jessica Wynne said. "Both teams pressured out constantly."

No. 1 McDonogh 18, Mercy 3: Jennifer Cook had three goals and two assists as the host Eagles (2-0) beat the Magic. McDonogh built a 13-2 lead at the half.

No. 3 Broadneck 17, C. Milton Wright 11: Courtney Tomchik had a game-high eight goals for the host Bruins (2-0).

No. 8 Bryn Mawr 16, St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.) 9: Page Hanson had seven goals and the host Mawrtians (5-0) pulled away from the Saints (3-1) in the second half.

Boys lacrosse
No. 1 Boys' Latin 15, Mount St. Joseph 7: Kevin O'Neil had four goals to power the visiting Lakers (5-1) past the Gaels (0-5). Wells Stanwick added a hat trick and two assists for Boys' Latin, which outscored Mount St. Joseph 5-1 in the first and second quarters.

No. 5 Loyola 6, No. 12 Severn 5: Bobby Distler scored the game-winner with 40 seconds left to lift the host Dons (6-1) over the Admirals. Loyola never led by more than two goals.

No. 4 C. Milton Wright 12, No. 2 Severna Park 2: The host Mustangs (3-0) limited the Falcons (2-1) to two runs in the fifth inning.

Starter Bobby Ruse (1-0), a right-handed junior, went five innings for the win and struck out four. He is committed to the University of Maryland.

Andrew Gilley (2-for-4) hit a home run in the bottom of the fifth inning to drive in three runs and invoke the 10-run rule to end the game.

John Carroll 8, No. 5 Mount St. Joseph 4: Left-hander Mason Keene (1-0) went seven innings, gave up four runs and eight hits, walked four and struck out six as the visiting Patriots (6-3) upset the Gaels (5-2). Trent Shaw went 4-for-5 with an RBI for John Carroll. All of Mount St. Joseph's runs were scored on home runs.

South Florence (N.C.) 3, No. 8 Chesapeake-AA 1: The visiting Cougars (2-2) took a 1-0 lead before surrending a run each in the third, fourth and fifth.

Annapolis Area Christian School 12, CHEN 0: Left-hander Kyle Fowler (2-0) went five innings and struck out 13 as the host Eagles (3-2) no-hit the Chargers. Fowler went 4-for-4 with a double and three RBIs to lead the offense.

No. 3 Archbishop Spalding 3, Mount de Sales 0: Right-hander Emily Weiman (4-0) pitched a complete game, giving up one hit and two walks and striking out 15 for the host Cavaliers (4-0).

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