No. 3 Century girls rally over Westminster

Owls had led 6-1 in lacrosse

Broadneck boys win in 2OT

New Town has winning season

May 04, 2012|From Sun staff reports

No. 3 Century was coming off a 15-8 loss to No. 1 McDonogh in girls lacrosse Monday and fell behind by five goals to host Westminster on senior night. But the Knights (13-1) ignited a second-half rally by winning draw controls and doubling the ball on defense Thursday and went on to gain a 14-8 victory in the regular-season finale.

The Owls opened with a 6-1 lead before the Knights cut the lead to 6-4 at the half. Century's Madi Hall led all scorers with four goals.

Boys lacrosse

No. 14 Broadneck 8, St. Mary's-Ryken 7, 2OT: Kevin Malenich scored his second goal and the game-winner with a minute left in the second overtime as the host Bruins (12-1) edged the Knights (13-4).

Broadneck nursed a one-goal lead until the Knights' Matt Yates evened the score with a minute left in regulation to force overtime.

New Town 16, Carver A&T 5: The Titans (8-2) won three straight this week and finished with the first winning season in school history. Donneal Green and Odilatu Prosper each scored three goals against the Wildcats at Meadowland Park.

Baseball

No. 1 Calvert Hall 5, John Carroll 1: Ben Deaver pitched two innings of relief to get the win and Alex Murphy (2-for-2) had a double for the host Cardinals (24-3).

Archbishop Spalding 16, McDonogh 2: Winner Ryan Wagner struck out four and Nick Freeberger (3-for-3) had two singles, seven RBIs and a grand slam in the fourth inning to power the host Cavaliers (14-13).

Severn 8, St. Vincent Pallotti 7: Jacob Lantz (3-for-4) hit a walk-off single and helped the host Admirals (13-6) stay in first place in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference. Lantz pitched 12/3 innings of scoreless relief.

Softball

No. 2 Seton Keough 6, Elizabeth Seton 2: Winner Hannah Tavik struck out nine and Bridget O'Malley (3-for-4) had the only extra-base hit, a double, as the host Gators (13-2) remain undefeated in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference.

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