No. 7 Calvert Hall tops No. 8 Spalding, 1-0, in baseball

Spring sports

Cardinals move closer to sixth consecutive conference title

May 19, 2010|By Nelson Coffin, Towson Times

For a team averaging a meager 2.3 runs per game in three Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoff contests, No. 7 Calvert Hall is still finding ways to win behind Dominic Sgroi and Ryan Swearingen.

On Wednesday, Sgroi led the top-seeded Cardinals (23-10) to a 1-0 win over No. 8 Archbishop Spalding at Carol Crispino Stadium.

Calvert Hall could capture a program-best sixth consecutive conference championship this weekend.

Alex Lenovitz's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh knocked the Cavaliers (24-8) out of the double-elimination postseason tournament.

Calvert Hall must now wait for the outcome of today's Loyola-Gilman game to know when it will play next.

— Nelson Coffin, Towson Times

No. 1 C. Milton Wright 5, North Harford 3: The Mustangs (19-0) scored twice in the bottom of the fifth and sixth innings to beat the Hawks in a Class 3A North regional quarterfinal.

Brad Markey pitched three innings, gave up two hits and struck out one for the win. C.M. Wright faces Catonsville in today's semifinal at 4 p.m. at Ripken Stadium.

No. 5 Atholton 7, Stephen Decatur 1: Right-hander Kory Britton (6-0) pitched seven innings, gave up one run on six hits, walked three and struck out five as the visiting Raiders (19-4) beat Decatur (16-4) in the Class 3A East regional semifinal.

No. 6 Westminster 4, Dulaney 3: Ryan Craig drew a one-out, bases-loaded walk in the eighth inning as the Owls (17-1) beat the Lions in Class 4A North.

Harford Tech 5, Patterson Mill 4: Kenny West pitched a complete game, gave up four hits and struck out nine for the host Cobras (10-10) in Class 1A North. Offensively, West went 2-for-3 with a triple, home run and two RBIs. Harford Tech faces the winner of the Loch Raven-Sparrows Point game.

Digital Harbor 14, City 4: Brandon Galbrieth homered twice and had six RBIs, and Nathan Pitts Jr. got the win for the host Rams (13-2).


No. 7 Howard 4, Mount Hebron 0: Right-hander Sammi O'Connor (8-1) pitched seven innings, gave up three hits and three walks and struck out nine as the Lions (17-2) shut out the Vikings (10-9) in Class 3A East.

Boys lacrosse

John Carroll 16, Park 8: Seth Hinder had four goals and three assists to power the host Patriots (14-2) past Park in the MIAA B Conference. John Carroll faces Glenelg Country School at 5 p.m. Saturday at Towson.

Girls lacrosse

No. 6 Winters Mill 10, Glenelg 9: McKenzie Cyr had a game-high four goals, including the game-winner with 5:49 left, as the Falcons (16-1) beat the Gladiators in a Class 2A-1A West regional final at McDaniel.

Baltimore Sun reporters contributed to this article.

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