Pitching lifts AACS over Gilman, 5-3

Perry Hall shuts out Western in softball, 11-0

May 11, 2012|From Sun staff reports

Annapolis Area Christian School baseball coach Talbot Watkins credited starter Phil Michael with taking the ball to high-caliber teams this year. And Thursday he took it to top-ranked host Gilman, upsetting the Greyhounds, 5-3, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference game.

The Eagles (15-9, 13-2) scored all five runs in the first inning, including a two-run single by Albert Taylor. Michael held the Greyhounds (26-7, 15-2) to single runs in the first, second and fifth on groundouts.


Perry Hall 11, Western 0: Right-hander Emily Breidenbaugh (8-4) worked five innings, gave up two walks and struck out 11 to register her third shutout and second no-hitter of the season in the Class 4A North regional first round.

The Gators (14-5) host Dulaney in Monday's regional quarterfinal at 4 p.m.

No. 1 Eastern Tech 9, Franklin 1: Winner Jordan Cargile struck out seven and gave up one run on four hits as the host Mavericks (19-2) claimed the Baltimore County championship.

No. 2 Seton Keough 2, Mount de Sales 0: Winner Robbi Zimmerman pitched a five-hit shutout and had a leadoff double in the fourth for the host Gators (14-2) in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference semifinal.

Keough scored single runs in the fourth and sixth innings to win and faces Archbishop Spalding in Tuesday's final at 6 p.m. at Bachman Sports Complex.

No. 10 Archbishop Spalding 7, Mercy 0: Right-hander Ali Caulkins gave up three hits, walked one and struck out eight as the visiting Cavaliers (13-9) shut out the Magic (11-5) in an IAAM semifinal.

No. 11 C. Milton Wright 8, Towson 1: Winner Brittany Stein pitched three innings and the visiting Mustangs (12-6) collected five extra-base hits to beat the Generals in Class 3A North.

C. Milton Wright faces host Franklin on Monday at 4 p.m.

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