Roundup: No. 2 Gilman edges Hoyas, 7-6 in 2 OTs, on 3rd goal by Koerber

March 28, 2012|From Sun staff reports

Gordie Koerber finished his hat trick in the second overtime Tuesday as No. 2 Gilman beat host Georgetown Prep, 7-6, in lacrosse.

Both teams had several chances to win in the first overtime, but the Hoyas (6-1) committed a penalty in the closing seconds of the first overtime that created a man-up opportunity for the Greyhounds (2-0) in the second extra session.

Georgetown Prep led 7-6 with a minute left in regulation when Gilman's Jake Matthai scored the game-tying goal to force overtime.

Edmondson 21, Southside 0: Jamel Nesbit had seven goals and an assist and Mike Thomas (three saves) and Frank Barnes (one save) combined efforts in the shutout for the host Red Storm (1-1).

Northwestern 17, Carver 4: Kier Johnson had three goals and three assists to lead the host Wildcats (2-0) past the Bears.

Girls lacrosse

No. 3 Marriotts Ridge 19, Wilde Lake 1: Taylor Hensh and Zoe Stukenberg each scored three goals to power the host Mustangs (2-0) past the Wildecats.

No. 6 Century 18, Liberty 6: Morgan Marrale scored four goals to lead the host Knights (3-0) past the Lions.

Archbishop Curley 4, No. 3 Archbishop Spalding 3: The host Friars scored two runs in the seventh to upset the Cavaliers (1-3).


No. 2 Glen Burnie 16, Atholton 1: Ali Moos got the win, and the Raiders were held to one run in the fourth inning of a five-inning game. The Gophers improved to 3-0.

Atholton 9, No. 7 Severna Park 8: The host Hawks trailed 8-1 but rallied and scored four runs in both the sixth and seventh innings to upset the Falcons (2-1).

Kat Varga homered to start the fourth inning rally and had singles in the sixth and seventh innings for Atholton. Lauren Black finished the scoring with a two-run double in the seventh.

Reservoir 8, North County 4: The host Gators pulled ahead in a six-run fourth inning that featured a two-run double by Rachel Brown and a three-run double by Anna Bennet.

Reservoir scored eight runs on 10 hits.

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