No. 12 Mount de Sales' lacrosse team proved how dangerous it can be Wednesday. Carly Williams, who has committed to Old Dominion, scored a game-high five goals and the Sailors upset No. 5 Notre Dame Prep, 17-9.
Mount de Sales improved to 6-3 overall and 2-3 in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference. The Blazers fell to 8-5, 5-1.
The loss ended a three-game winning streak for Notre Dame Prep.
No. 1 McDonogh 19, No. 13 Roland Park 4: The host Eagles (8-0) opened with a 15-0 run. The Reds (5-5) got on the board with two minutes left in the first half. Sammi Burgess scored four goals and Megan Whittle had three for McDonogh.
No. 2 Bryn Mawr 14, Archbishop Spalding 8: The host Mawrtians (9-1) were powered by hat tricks from four players: Molly Danko, Nancy Dunbar, Erica Matz and Caroline Turco.
Bryn Mawr led 8-3 at halftime.
No. 6 Maryvale 15, St. Mary's 7: The host Lions (6-3) christened their new turf field with a victory. Sam Darcangelo had four goals, and Kaitlan Moynihan and Miranda Ibello each added a hat trick.
Winters Mill 11, Good Counsel 10: Felice Artuso had four goals to lead host Winters Mill.
Carver A&T 14, Woodlawn 4: Sydnie Nislow, Eliza Yachimowicz and Meredith Ward each had a hat trick for the visiting Wildcats.
Dundalk 7, Patapsco 6: Miguel Martinez scored three goals to power the host Patriots (3-3) past the Owls.
No. 6 North Harford 11, Elkton 1: Winner Kevin Mooney pitched a five-inning one-hitter, striking out nine for the visiting Hawks (12-1).
No. 7 C. Milton Wright 12, North East 4: Right-handed winner Chase DeMars (1-0) worked four innings and struck out four and the visiting Mustangs (8-4) broke the game open with four runs in the fourth inning.
No. 10 Reservoir 13, Long Reach 3: Right-hander Bryan Davidson (4-0) worked three innings, giving up two runs on one hit, walking three and striking out three for the win. The Gators are 11-1.
Dulaney 19, Dundalk 4: The Lions sent 12 batters to the plate in a six-run top of the second and never looked back in a game stopped in the fourth inning because of inclement weather.
Bryce Harrison had two hits, two walks and two runs scored for Dulaney (9-2-1), which drew 16 walks. Dundalk fell to 5-4.
No. 1 Reservoir 17, Long Reach 7: Winner Rachel Brown worked five innings and struck out two as the visiting Gators stayed perfect at 12-0.
No. 2 Eastern Tech 16, Owings Mills 0: Winner Jordan Cargile pitched a five-inning one-hitter, striking out eight for the visiting Mavericks (11-2). She also went 3-for-4 with a triple, a homer and three RBIs.
No. 9 Broadneck 11, Meade 2: Kristina Dillard (3-for-3) had a triple, a homer and three RBIs and right-handed winner Emilee Pflueger struck out five in three innings for the visiting Bruins (7-3).
The game was called after 41/2 innings because of poor field conditions.
No. 10 C. Milton Wright 5, North East 3: The visiting Mustangs (7-4) scored three runs in the third and never trailed.
Chesapeake-AA 10, South River 0: Freshman Emily Muller pitched a three-hit shutout and Deja Sutton hit a three-run homer in the third inning for the host Cougars (7-5).
No. 14 North Harford 14, Bohemia Manor 4: Winner Amanda Roberts pitched three innings and reliever Melissa Doering worked two as the visiting Hawks (7-2) beat the Eagles.