Varsity roundup: Catonsville girls stay unbeaten in lacrosse, 13-12

No. 6 C.M. Wright's Fulton 1-hits Perryville in softball

April 11, 2013|Baltimore Sun Media Group

Catonsville senior Deb Milani (four goals, one assist) and sophomore Jenn Nonn (one goal, three assists) had four points each and senior Claudia Flister added three goals to lead the unbeaten Comets (6-0) to a 13-12 lacrosse victory Wednesday over visiting Hereford (3-3).

Hereford played the last 18:55 with leading scorer Noelle Funk (two goals, two assists) out after receiving a fourth yellow card, but the Bulls hung in until the final two minutes, thanks to goalie MC Abbott, who had seven of her 11 saves in the second half.

Caroline May (two goals, two assists) scored to tie it at 11 with 10:23 left, but Brooke Stevens converted a feed from Lauren McDonald with 9:43 left and the Comets never trailed again, thanks to strong efforts in the draw circle from Nonn and Flister and timely defense from Chloe Corbitt, Maddie Hunt and Maddie Schwaab.

"We were definitely a little rusty because we haven't played to that high of competition yet, but we handled it as well as we could and played our hardest and that definitely pushed us through," Hunt said. Sarah Ashwood, Lacey Aghazarian and Parissa Sakinejad each had two goals for the Bulls.

"It was a great game," Hereford coach Anne Ensor said.

The Comets beat their first five opponents by an average of 15 goals, but things will get even tougher today when they face No. 6 Mount Hebron, which beat Hereford, 13-4, in a tournament Saturday,

New Town 12, Chesapeake-BC 6: DaMarco Spears and Aaron Scott each scored five goals to power the visiting Titans (3-0) past the Bayhawks (1-3).


No. 2 South River 14, Annapolis 4: Brody Raimondo and Connor Cox each went 3-for-3 and the visiting Seahawks (7-2) bounced back from Tuesday's 12-3 loss to Bel Air.

No. 12 Liberty 11, Century 1: Shane Sweeney (4-0), who has a 0.00 ERA, threw a one-hitter, striking out seven for the host Lions (7-1).

Liberty's Chris McCall (3-for-3) singled, doubled and homered.


No. 6 C. Milton Wright 2, Perryville 0: In a game that featured only five hits, the visiting Mustangs (7-3) rallied and won on a one-hit shutout by Morgan Fulton.

C. Milton Wright got a bases-loaded walk to Holli Rutkowski and Kyralee Comeaux added an insurance run on a wild pitch in the two-run fourth inning. Fulton walked two and all the other Panther runners reached on errors. Perryville hit two balls to the outfield: the base hit and a popout.

No. 9 Broadneck 8, Southern 1: Right-hander Heather Ostrowski (5-4) worked seven innings, gave up one run on seven hits, walked one and struck out four for the host Bruins (5-4).

Kristina Dillard led Broadneck, going 3-for-4 with three RBIs.

No. 10 Chesapeake-AA 19, Meade 1: Emily Muller (1-1) struck out seven in four innings for the host Cougars (5-4).

No. 13 Severna Park 14, Arundel 0: Haley Simonds (4-2) pitched a one-hitter, striking out seven for the host Falcons (6-2).

No. 15 River Hill 17, Wilde Lake 0: Courtney Colosimo pitched a one-hitter and had a double for the visiting Hawks (7-0).

Garrison Forest 12, Bryn Mawr 1: Right-hander Mackenzie Wilson (4-2) struck out 11 and Chara Taylor (2-for-3) hit a bases-loaded triple in the first inning for the host Grizzlies (4-2).

Tuesday's boys lacrosse

No. 12 Westminster 17, Urbana 5: Hunter Davis scored five goals to power the visiting Owls (6-0) past the Hawks (6-1).

Westminster led 12-2 at the break.

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