Varsity roundup: No. 4 South River wins in baseball, 5-1

April 25, 2013|From Sun staff reports

Winning pitcher Craig Sheridan (3-2) allowed one earned run, five hits and three walks while striking out three over six innings Wednesday as No. 4 South River beat host host No. 7 Old Mill, 5-1.

Brody Raimondo had two singles and scored twice for the visiting Seahawks (11-4). Scott Mitchell had an RBI single, and Jake Gratz executed a squeeze bunt to pace the offense.  On defense, left fielder Connor Cox threw out Nestor Rentas at the plate in the bottom of the fifth, and Gratz caught Brent Orbell drifting off third in the bottom of the sixth as the Patriots (7-3) were trying to rally. 

Parkville 2, No. 12 Eastern Tech 1: Winning pitcher Patrick Elliot worked seven innings, giving up one hit and one walk and striking out four, as the host Knights (6-4) upset the Mavericks (8-4).

No. 13 Liberty 15, Francis Scott Key 4: Right-hander Travis Heffler (2-1) struck out six for the win and hit a two-run double to power the host Lions (10-3) past the Eagles.

No. 14 Dulaney 7, Franklin 2: Robert Picka threw a complete game, giving up three hits and four walks and striking out four, for the host Lions (10-4).

Jake Sousa (3-for-4) had a triple and three RBIs for Dulaney, which scored three runs in the bottom of the third inning. The Indians fell to 6-7.

Dundalk 11, Milford Mill 1: Zyle Babcock pitched five innings and struck out 11 as the host Owls (2-6) beat the Millers (2-6).

Babcock also went 2-for-2 with a homer and four RBIs.


No. 9 C. Milton Wright 9, Bel Air 3: Morghan Fulton got her 11th win and the visiting Mustangs (11-2) scored five runs in the third inning.

No. 10 Chesapeake-AA 6, Severna Park 1: The host Cougars (9-5) bounced back from Tuesday's loss to Broadneck as Crystal White (5-3) worked a complete game, striking out seven for the win.

DeJa Sutton hit a three-run homer in the third inning to bump Chesapeake-AA's lead from 2-1 to 5-1.

No. 13 Northeast 14, Annapolis 4: The visiting Eagles (12-2) opened with a 6-0 first inning and never looked back.

Brook Steinbach hit a grand slam, and Brittany Beckett had two doubles to lead the Northeast offense.

No. 15 Glen Burnie 4, Southern 0: Winning pitcher Ali Moos gave up two hits and two walks and struck out eight in seven innings for the host Gophers (6-5).

New Town 14, Milford Mill 8: Midfielder Rayshawn Clark scored a game-high five goals and midfielder DaMarco Spears and attackman Austin Dews each had three to power the host Titans (7-0) past the Millers (2-5).

No. 11 Archbishop Spalding 11, Garrison Forest 8: The host Cavaliers (8-7, 4-6 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) got off to a 5-0 start before the Grizzlies (4-10, 1-10) rallied to within 7-5 at the break.

Emily Cooper had five goals for Spalding, and Annie Pazulski had two goals and an assist.

St. Timothy's 13, Indian Creek 12, 2OT: Kirsten Kunaniec scored a game-high seven goals to pace the host Brownies (6-5) past the Eagles (14-4).

Tuesday's baseball

No. 15 Mount St. Joseph 6, No. 1 Calvert Hall 2: Winning pitcher Peter Solomon quieted the Cardinals bats late in the game as the host Gaels (11-9, 6-5 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) earned the upset.

Calvert Hall fell to 14-7 and 9-3.

Tuesday's softball

Broadneck 11, No. 10 Chesapeake-AA 3: The visiting Bruins (8-6) used 16 singles to upset the Cougars (8-5).

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