No. 8-ranked Patterson Mill outscored No. 14 Harford Tech 8-1 through the first four innings, cruising to a 15-4 victory Tuesday in the second round of the Class 2A East baseball playoffs.
The visiting Huskies outhit the Cobras 17-7 and scored six runs in the last two innings.
Matt Golczewski went 5-for-6 with four RBIs, five runs and three doubles.
Patterson Mill faces Rising Sun or Fallston in the quarterfinals.
Archbishop Curley 3, Gilman 1: The Friars took a 2-1 lead in the first inning and would not look back, defeating the host No. 1-seed Greyhounds in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs.
Zach Ridgley pitched seven innings and gave up one earned run while allowing just four hits in the win.
Brandon Casas also went seven innings and struck out 14 batters in the losing effort. Archbishop Curley will face No. 2 seed Calvert Hall or No. 6 seed Loyola in the quarterfinals.
No. 14 North Harford 6, Bel Air 1:An impressive two-way performance from Melissa Doering led the host Hawks to a win over the Bobcats in the second round of the 3A North playoffs.. Doering pitched seven innings and allowed one earned run, six hits and three walks while striking out four. She also doubled in the third and fifth innings.
North Harford scored four runs in the fifth inning, with Doering leading off with a double and scoring on an error by Amanda Roberts.
Perry Hall 3, Dulaney 1: Brittany Kingery hit a triple to help the host Gators (15-5) defeat the Lions in a 4A North quarterfinal.
The Gators scored three unanswered runs after going down 1-0 early. Dulaney outhit its opponent 6-5.
Perry Hall will take on Sherwood or Blake in the semifinals.
Winters Mill 17, Francis Scott Key 8: A 14-4 halftime deficit put the Eagles away early in a convincing victory for the Falcons at Franklin High School in the 2A-1A West quarterfinal.
Felise Artuso and Morgan Maier combined for 10 of the Winters Mill goals.
Winters Mill will face North Carroll or Manchester Valley in the semifinals.
Monday girls lacrosse
Chapelgate Christian 15, St. Timothy's 13: The Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland C Conference lacrosse championship game victory wrapped up an undefeated season and gave the Yellowjackets (17-0) their second IAAM title. The other came in 2005.
The first thing Chapelgate had on its side this season was schoolmate Tyler McGinn, who was diagnosed with leukemia in September and died just as the lacrosse season got under way this spring. The girls lacrosse team made him an honorary team member and dedicated its season to him.
"If we didn't have Tyler as our inspiration, I don't think we would have made it this far," Chapelgate coach Colleen Norton said.
Chapelgate's second secret weapon was freshman Emma Rufolo. She scored five goals in the championship game, as did Amy Tragesar. Sydney Ackman added four goals.
Rufolo played sparingly when Chapelgate and St. Tim's met for the first time this season, and she missed the rematch because of a family funeral.
"Emma had a big hand in the goals today. St. Tim's didn't know about her and they weren't ready for her," Norton said.
The Yellowjackets had a 12-5 lead at the half but then had to withstand some shaky moments.
Yellowjackets goalie Kaitlyn Wetzel made 10 saves in the second half to help keep St. Tim's at bay. Her freshman year, Wetzel said, Chapelgate went 0-16. To go 17-0 "shows how much effort we have put in and how great a coach we have to have come this far."
—Carol Gralia, Howard County Times