Mustangs' Ruse perfect in 12-0 win against Harford Tech

April 30, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Right-hander Bobby Ruse threw the first perfect game of his high school career to lead top-ranked C. Milton Wright's baseball team past visiting Harford Tech, 12-0, on Thursday.

Ruse (6-0) struck out 11.

"He's been pitching good games all year," said C. Milton Wright head coach Tony Blackburn. "Today, he was on. They couldn't catch up to this fastball."

He added, "I knew if he brought his good stuff, he could shut them down, and he did."

Ryan Corn hit a two-run double in the first for the Mustangs (15-0).


No. 1 Chesapeake-AA 2, Northeast 0: Nikki Matheiy pitched a three-hitter with eight strikeouts, going 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBIs, as the host Cougars (12-1) shut out the Eagles.

Spalding 2, St. Vincent Pallotti 0: Right-hander Emily Weiman (14-2) pitched seven innings, gave up three walks and struck out 18 in her fourth no-hitter of the season for the host Cavaliers (14-2).

No. 7 Howard 11, Oakland Mills 0: Right-hander Sage McGrann (1-0) pitched a five-inning shutout, giving up one hit and striking out eight for the host Lions (12-1).

No. 11 Franklin 7, Fallston 0: Right-hander Mary Sobota (10-0) pitched a seven-inning shutout and gave up five hits, one walk and struck out 12 as the visiting Indians (11-0) shut out the Cougars.

Jordan Munk (3-for-4) had two doubles, an RBI and a run scored for Franklin.

Girls lacrosse

No. 4 John Carroll 15, Patterson Mill 11: Annie Thomas had a game-high five goals to power the visiting Patriots (11-3) past the Huskies.

No. 6 Winters Mill 17, South Carroll 0: Goalies Katie Horn and Casey Fogel combined efforts as the visiting Falcons (11-1) shut out the Cavaliers.

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