Spalding beats Perry Hall in baseball

May 07, 2011|By From Sun Staff Reports

No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 8, Perry Hall 4: Austin Neary (2-for-3) had a triple, a homer and three RBIs to power the host Cavaliers (18-4) past the Gators.

Patterson 15, National Academy Foundation 0: Senior right-hander Mitchell Horner struck out 11 in his first career no-hitter for the visiting Clippers (7-3).


No. 3 Broadneck 3, Severna Park 0: Right-hander Rebekah Kiser (10-2) struck out eight as the host Bruins (14-2) shut out the Falcons.

No. 9 Lansdowne 10, Sparrows Point 0: Winner Maude McCourry pitched her second shutout in two days and hit a double for the Vikings (11-1). Lansdowne shut out Towson, 10-0, on Thursday and faces Eastern Tech in Monday's Baltimore County championship game 4 p.m. at CCBC-Catonsville.

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Friends 7, John Carroll 6: Jack Gibb scored twice and the visiting Quakers (15-1) withstood a four-goal run in the fourth quarter. Friends led 5-2 going into the fourth quarter, where the Patriots rallied to within one with a minute left, but no closer.

The original version of this story incorrectly stated that John Carroll baseball player K.J. Hockaday broke former Mount St. Joseph star and current New York Yankees player Mark Teixeira's career home runs record for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference. Teixeira holds the record with 27 home runs, while Hockaday has 25.

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