McDonogh beats Boys' Latin, 10-6

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No. 6 McDonogh 10, No. 1 Boys' Latin 6: The Eagles (12-4) scored four unanswered goals in a stretch spanning the third and fourth quarters on their way to a victory over the visiting Lakers (11-3).

Ben Love, Brady Faby, Bryson Greene, Kyle Rice and Keegan Michel were among the players scoring goals for McDonogh.

"Boys' Latin is a great team and extremely well coached," Eagles coach Andy Hilgartner said. "Our kids just rose to the occasion, played for each other and worked extremely hard to get the win."

Boys' Latin lost its second straight game and dropped to 7-2 in the MIAA A Conference.

No. 2 Loyola 8, No. 5 St. Mary's 7, OT: Junior Dylan Bozel scored the winning goal with 1:20 left in overtime to give the Dons (11-3) the victory over visiting St. Mary's (9-5). T.J. Neubauer had three goals and Max Bradley recorded eight saves in the win. St. Mary's led 5-3 at the half.

No. 3 St. Paul's 9, No. 4 Archbishop Spalding 4: St. Paul's jumped out to a 4-0 first-quarter lead over the visiting Cavaliers and later scored two quick goals in the third. Jay Carlson scored five goals and Mike Faby won 12 out of 17 faceoffs in the win.


John Carroll 3, No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 0: The Patriots (5-3) scored three runs in the third inning on their way to a shutout of the host Cavaliers (13-2).

No. 7 Howard 1, Mount Hebron 0: The visiting Vikings battled the Lions (10-1) in a scoreless game until the fourth inning, when Kaci Frick hit a grounder to short with the bases loaded, scoring Alicia Grant on a fielder's choice.

No. 14 Maryvale 2, Annapolis Area Christian 0: Jessica Butler struck out 16 on her way to a perfect game in the Lions' win over the Eagles.

A previous version of this article gave the wrong team name for Loyola. The Baltimore Sun regrets the error.

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