North Carolina State-bound senior Emily Weiman proved again why she was The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year last year.
Weiman went seven innings and struck out 14 in a perfect-game performance against host Mercy as No. 4 Archbishop Spalding (6-2) won, 7-0, on Wednesday. Weiman also had the only extra-base hit of the game, a two-run homer in the fourth inning.
No. 2 Broadneck 12, South River 2: Right-hander Emilee Tslueger (2-0) struck out seven for the host Bruins (9-2).
No. 3 Seton Keough 13, John Carroll 1: Winner Hannah Tavik gave up one run in the fourth inning and the Gators (8-1) beat the Patriots (2-8).
No. 6 Howard 11, River Hill 1, 5 innings: Right-hander Kensey O'Neill (6-0) struck out nine and and the visiting Lions (11-1) led 11-0 after two innnings.
Mount Hebron 7, No. 13 Glenelg 6: With the score tied at 6 in the sixth inning, Aaliyah Montague-Bass singled to left to score Ali Bluhm as the host Vikings (4-5) upset the Gladiators (6-4).
No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 13, Poland Seminary (Ohio) 3: Austin Neary had a double, a homer and two RBIs and Ben Smallenbroek hit a three-run homer in the fourth inning for the host Cavaliers (12-4).
No. 5 Reservoir 4, Wilde Lake 2: Geoff Stone and Bryan Davidson each batted 2-for-3 to lead the host Gators (14-0) past the Wildecats.
No. 6 Westminster 16, Liberty 8: Mitch McVerry (3-for-5) scored three runs, had eight RBIs and hit a grand slam and a three-run homer for the visiting Owls (12-0).
No. 9 Atholton 9, Long Reach 2: Left-hander Karter Seamonson (1-0) gave up two runs in the first inning, before settling down and striking our five for the win. The Raiders improved to 11-2.
No. 12 C. Milton Wright 9, Harford Tech 0: Winner Justin Martin (3-0) pitched four innings and Nick Testa (3-for-4) missed the cycle by a double and had five RBIs in the shutout for the host Mustangs (11-4).
No. 14 Dulaney 15, Towson 10: Kara Burke scored a game-high five goals to power the visiting Lions (9-2-1) past the Generals.
No. 5 John Carroll 20, Archbishop Spalding 11: Cat Gordon scored a game-high seven goals and Erica Bodt and Annie Thomas each had four to power the visiting Patriots (7-2) past the Cavaliers.