Varsity roundup: Boys' Latin lacrosse tops Hill Academy, 11-10

March 23, 2013|From Sun staff reports

The No. 2 Boys' Latin lacrosse team has done what only one other team, St. Paul's, has been able to do this season: hand Hill Academy (Canada) a loss.

The Lakers (5-0) were down 9-8 with four minutes to go and scored three goals and gave up only one to win, 11-10, Friday night.

T. Moyer led Boys' Latin with three goals. The Pride (8-2) have been playing the top teams in the Mid-Atlantic region for the past two weeks.

"We had a really good lead, but it was back-and-forth the whole game," Lakers coach Bob Shriver said. "They shut [Shack] Stanwick off. It was a very effective strategy."

Johns Hopkins-bound Stanwick was held to an assist in the game.

St. Paul's beat Hill Academy, 13-10, on March 11.

McCallie (Tenn.) 9, No. 12 Severn 8: The Admirals (3-1) led 7-6 going into the fourth quarter, where they were outscored 3-1 by the Blue Tornadoes (1-0).

Ryan Lamon scored five goals for Severn in a game played at a neutral site, St. Anne's Belfield (Va.)

Patterson Mill 7, No. 14 Winters Mill 6, 3OT: Sam Caretti scored the game-winner with two minutes left in the third overtime as the Huskies (1-0) upset the Falcons (1-1).

New Town 15, Randallstown 3: Rayshawn Clark scored a game-high nine goals to power the Titans (1-0) past the defending Class 3A Baltimore County Division III champion Rams (0-1).

John Carroll 10, Glenelg Country School 8: Tied 8-all with five minutes to go, the host Patriots (2-1, 2-0 MIAA B Conference) got goals from Eric Riley and Sully Gerety to beat the Dragons (0-3, 0-3).

Girls lacrosse

No. 14 Catonsville 16, Sparrows Point 4: Deb Milani scored a game-high five goals to power the host Comets (1-0) past the Pointers (0-1).

Mount de Sales 17, Liberty 10: Amanda Ignacio had seven points (four goals, three assists) to lead the host Sailors (2-1) past the Lions (0-1).


No. 13 Bel Air 10, Glen Burnie 0: Winner Ryan Gibson worked four innings and struck out two and the visiting Bobcats (1-0) scored five runs in the third inning against the Gophers (0-1).

Eastern Tech 6, Towson 5, 8 innings: Winner Chuckie Trentler worked five innings of relief, striking out two, and the host Mavericks (1-0) tied the game with a four-run seventh inning and scored one run per inning in the next two innings to win.

Hereford 20, Overlea 0: Right-hander Jacob Covington (1-0) contributed to a combined no-hitter, working three innings and striking out six as the visiting Bulls (2-0) shut out their second straight opponent.

Hereford beat Loch Raven, 12-0, Thursday.

Broadneck 14, Fallston 0: Tim Dould pitched a six-inning shutout, giving up one hit for the visiting Bruins (1-0).

Liberty 18, Frederick 0: Winner Shane Sweeney pitched a one-hit shutout for the host Lions (1-0).

Oakdale 8, Manchester Valley 3: Chris Lamont broke a 3-all tie with a grand slam in the top of the seventh inning for the host Oakies (1-0).

Severn 3, Glenelg Country School 1: Keenan Schlegel (2-0) struck out seven and allowed one unearned run and four hits over seven innings as the visiting Admirals (5-0, 3-1 MIAA B Conference) won their 10th straight regular-season game.


No. 11 C. Milton Wright 8, Glen Burnie 3: The visiting Mustangs (1-0) scored three runs in the top of the fourth inning to pull away from the Gophers (0-1).

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