Roundup: John Carroll's Hockaday ties Teixeira's HR mark in win

No. 2 Broadneck sweeps Annapolis in softball doubleheader

May 05, 2011|By From Sun Staff Reports

K.J. Hockaday tied a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association baseball record Thursday to start a 4-0 rally in the first for host No. 5 John Carroll as the Patriots (14-4) beat Mount St. Joseph, 15-7. The Maryland-bound senior tied the career home-run mark of 25 set by former Mount St. Joseph star Mark Teixeira, now a New York Yankee,

Hockaday finished 2-for-3 with a double, the homer and three RBIs.

John Carroll's last three regular-season games are as follows: Friday at McDonogh, Monday against Archbishop Curley and Tuesday at Loyola, all at with start times of 4 p.m.

No. 4 Westminster 9, Manchester Valley 1: Left-hander Brandon Taylor (5-0) gave up one run on five hits, walked five and struck out 10 for the Owls (16-0).

 

No. 2 Broadneck sweeps Annapolis: In the first game, right-hander Emilee Pflueger (3-0) struck out eight as the Bruins shut out the Panthers, 15-0, and in the second game, Broadneck put together an 11-run third inning and won, 20-5. Kristina Dillard was the only Bruin with extra-base hits in both games: a double in the first game and a triple in the second game.

No. 4 Archbishop Spalding 2, John Carroll 1: Winner Emily Weiman struck out seven and in the sixth inning, came home from second on a double by Melanie Gunning to break a 1-1 tie. The Cavaliers improved to (8-2) and the Patriots fell to 4-9.

No. 9 Lansdowne 10, Towson 0: Winner Maude McCourry worked five innings and gave up one hit to shut out the visiting Generals. McCourry also had the only extra-base hit, a double for the Vikings (10-1).

Girls lacrosse

No. 12 Winters Mill 8, No. 6 Fallston 5: Amalie Trentzsch scored three goals as the visiting Falcons (7-3) upset the Cougars (10-2).

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