Wright advances to North title game

Stallings excels in relief for Mustangs

Howard blanks Atholton in softball

May 21, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

The top-ranked C. Milton Wright baseball team fell behind early to Catonsville on Thursday before the bullpen settled down and the Mustangs won, 4-1, in a Class 4A North regional semifinal at the Ripken Stadium complex.

Starter Jon Cobo gave up a run in the first before reliever Nick Stallings came in, gave up two hits, walked one and struck out 11 in 62/3 innings for the Mustangs (20-0).

C. Milton Wright scored twice in the third and never looked back. The Comets finished 13-10.

Andrew Gilley (2-for-4) had two triples and an RBI to lead C.M. Wright. The Mustangs will face Towson in the region final today at 4 p.m. at the Ripken Stadium complex.

No. 4 Gilman 3, Loyola 2: The host Greyhounds (26-5) scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh to eliminate the Dons from the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association AConference tournament.

Gilman will face Calvert Hall in Sunday's championship at Ripken Stadium. The Cardinals (22-10) need two wins to capture their sixth straight title.

Park 3, Annapolis Area Christian School 1: Max Sellman had a no-hitter through five innings to lift the visiting Bruins (13-3) over AACS (14-2) in an MIAA B Conference third-round game.

Park advances to the championship. AACS will face Severn, an 8-7 winner over St. Vincent Pallotti, for a chance to face Park in the championship.

Softball

No. 7 Howard 3, No. 14 Atholton 0: Right-hander Kensey O'Neill (8-1) pitched a shutout, giving up three hits and two walks and striking out 11 for the host Lions (18-2) in a Class 3A East regional semifinal.

Howard will host Stephen Decatur today at 4 p.m. in the regional final.

No. 8 Franklin 5, North Harford 2: Right-hander Mary Sobota (16-0) threw a complete game, giving up two runs on four hits and striking out 11 as the host Indians (20-0) stayed perfect and defeated the Hawks in the Class 3A North regional semifinal.

There were no extra-base hits in the game.

Top-seeded Franklin will host second-seeded C. Milton Wright today at 4 p.m.

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