No. 3 Boys' Latin edges No. 10 Gilman, 9-8

No. 5 South River girls roll to victory over Annapolis

May 05, 2010

Patrick Foster scored his third goal of the game with 2:15 left in regulation, propelling the visiting No. 3 Boys' Latin lacrosse team to a win over 10th-ranked Gilman, 9-8, Tuesday.

The Lakers (13-3, 9-2 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association AConference) led 7-2 before they allowed five unanswered goals by the Greyhounds (7-10, 4-7). With the Lakers trailing 8-7 with 7:10 left, Boys' Latin's Jeff Chase (three goals) scored to tie the game, leading to Foster's eventual game-winner.

No. 6 Calvert Hall 13, Severn 4: Kelton Black scored three goals and Patrick Kelly contributed five points for the host Cardinals (8-5) against the Admirals.

No. 9 Severna Park 12, Arundel 11: Ryan Norton scored the game-winning goal with 1.2 seconds left as the Falcons were able to hold off the resilient Wildcats (10-3). Kyle Zorn and Scotty Steele led the way with three goals each for Severna Park, which led 11-7 with 5:44 left but needed Norton's buzzer-beater to hang on for the win.

Girls lacrosse

No. 5 South River 21, Annapolis 7: Brooke Griffin scored eight goals as the Seahawks (12-2) routed the Panthers. South River outscored Annapolis 9-2 in the second half.

No. 6 Winters Mill 19, Century 8: Amalie Trentzsch scored a game-high nine goals to power the host Falcons (12-1) past the Knights.

No. 8 Bryn Mawr 12, Dulaney 9: Paige Hanson and Morgan Rubin combined for nine of the Mawrtians' 12 goals as they held off the Lions in the second half.


No. 4 Atholton 6, Howard 5: Kalvin Seamonson went 2-4 with three RBIs as visiting No.4 Atholton avoided the upset against Howard. The Raiders (15-2) scattered 12 hits and were able to hold on despite a late Lions rally.


No. 5 C. Milton Wright 5, Elkton 2: Winner Brittany Stein gave up two runs on five hits to lead the host Mustangs (17-2) past the Golden Elks.

No. 6 Glenelg 6, Wilde Lake 0: Reliever Amanda Segrist had the only extra-base hit, a triple, and combined efforts with starter Casey Schmidt to shut out the Wildcats.

No. 7 Howard 1, No. 15 Atholton 0: Kensey O'Neill went seven innings, gave up two hits, walked one and struck out 12 as the host Lions (14-1) shut out the Raiders (10-5).

In the first inning, Alicia Grant was hit by a pitch, stole second, moved to third on a passed ball and scored on a throwing error for the only run.

No. 8 Lansdowne 30, Towson 0: Winner Stephanie Loymer allowed five hits in the shutout and Maude McCourry had four hits, including two doubles, two triples and three RBIs, to power the visiting Vikings (14-1) past the Wildcats.

Lansdowne led 7-0 after two before scoring 16 runs in the third inning.

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