John Carroll upsets No. 3 Spalding in baseball, 1-0

Cavaliers' Venitez pitches no-hitter but suffers loss

March 31, 2012|From Sun staff reports

JC Clayton hit a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the fifth inning to score the only run of the game as host John Carroll upset No. 3 Archbishop Spalding (3-5), 1-0, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference baseball game Friday.

Spalding's Joey Venitez pitched a no-hitter in a losing effort.

This is the second time this week the Cavaliers have lost to an unranked opponent.

No. 4 Severna Park 10, Annapolis 2: Johnny Mayer went 3-for-4 and scored three runs as the Falcons improved their record to 5-0 with a win over the host Panthers in Anne Arundel league play Friday. Brad Keith also went 3-for-4 with two RBIs, and Jake Siefert had a double and a home run.

No. 7 Northeast 5, Chesapeake-AA 1: Brandon O'Malley scattered five hits as the visiting Eagles (4-1) beat the Cougars. O'Malley allowed his first run after 15 consecutive scoreless innings and improved to 3-0.

No. 10 Patterson Mill 9, Fallston 0: Winner Blaine Sheesley struck out five and Matt Golczewski went 3-for-5 with an RBI as the visiting Huskies (4-0) shut out the Cougars.

Patterson Mill scored two runs in the second inning to take the lead for good.

No. 12 South River 2, Broadneck 0: Charlie Hardesty pitched a complete game, gave up two hits, two walks and struck out five in a 90-minute shutout for the host Seahawks (2-1).

Scott Mitchell went 3-for-3 with singles in the first, third and fifth innings.

No. 15 Reservoir 4, River Hill 1: Cody Morris and Lee Lawler led the Gators to a win over the visiting Hawks in Howard County league action. Each team had three hits and no errors.

Randallstown 15, Milford Mill 0: Right-hander Dyllon Sanchez (2-0) struck out 12 in a five-inning no-hitter for the host Rams (2-1).

Hereford 4, Perry Hall 3: Jay Patti hit a double in the top of the seventh to bring in two runs as the visiting Bulls (5-0) held off the Gators in Baltimore County action.

Left-hander Patrick Wetzelberger pitched a complete game and recorded four strikeouts.


No. 6 C. Milton Wright 7, No. 3 Archbishop Spalding 6: With the game tied at 6 in the eighth inning, MacKenzie Fitzgerald hit an RBI single to drive in the winning run as the host Mustangs (4-1) upset the Cavaliers (3-2).

C. Milton Wright moved Jessica Canami from first to third on a single by Kayleigh Allender.

Spalding had loaded the bases earlier in the inning but failed to score.

Northeast 8, No. 11 Chesapeake-AA 6: The visiting Eagles scored three runs in the top of the seventh to upset the Cougars (2-3).

Brooke Steinbach pitched a complete game, striking out seven in the win.

Hammond 17, Long Reach 0: Samantha Speierman struck out eight in a five-inning shutout for the visiting Bears.

Speierman gave up one hit, a double to Christina Doshim.

Boys lacrosse

No. 2 Gilman 10, Landon 4: Gordie Koerber scored four goals to power the host Greyhounds (3-0) past the Bears (3-3). Gilman outscored Landon 4-1 in the second half.

No. 3 Loyola 12, Lakeland-Panas (NY) 5: Devin McNamara scored three goals and T.J. Neubauer added two to lead the Dons (5-1) over Lakeland-Panas at Michie Stadium on the campus of the U.S. Military Academy in West Point.

Chris Thomas had 11 saves.

Loyola plays Trinity-Pawlings there at 3p.m. today.

No. 4 Boys' Latin 17, Bel Air 3: Colin Heacock scored four goals (7-1) and George Rice had three as the Lakers beat the host Bobcats in interleague play Friday.

Kolby Caplin had five saves in the win, Boys' Latin's third this week.

Girls lacrosse

No. 2 Bryn Mawr 5, St. Mary's 3: Kate Snouffer scored twice to lead the visiting Mawrtians (4-0) past the Saints.

Bryn Mawr led by two goals at the end of each half.

No. 9 Roland Park 14, Garrison Forest 8: The visiting Reds (3-1) held the Grizzlies to one goal in the second half and scored seven goals per half to win.

Audrey Todd led Roland Park with four goals.

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