Varsity roundup: No. 15 Mt. St. Joe stays hot, beats No. 2 Gilman in baseball, 4-3

April 26, 2013|From Sun staff reports

No. 15 Mount St. Joseph's baseball team has been playing much bigger than its ranking.

After upsetting No. 1 Calvert Hall on Tuesday, the Gaels beat No. 2 Gilman, 4-3, on Thursday.

The Gaels (12-9, 7-5 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) defeated the Cardinals, 6-2. Joel Kenney pitched seven innings, gave up seven hits and one walk and struck out four against the Greyhounds (19-8, 10-3).

Peter Solomon (1-for-3) had a double and an RBI to lead the Mount St. Joseph offense. Solomon has a .333 batting average and got the win against Calvert Hall on Tuesday.

No. 1 Calvert Hall 13, St. Paul's 4: The host Cardinals (15-7, 10-3 MIAA AConference) shook off Tuesday's loss to No.15 Mount St. Joseph.

Winning pitcher Manny Rodriguez worked four innings, gave up four hits, three runs and six walks, and struck out four. Alex Murphy had a home run for Calvert Hall. The Crusaders dropped to 7-12 and 4-8.

St. Vincent Pallotti 10, Severn 0: Nico Marchetti pitched a one-hitter, striking out five for the host Panthers (11-5).

Pallotti took a 1-0 lead in the third before scoring nine runs in the bottom of the seventh. Every batter in the lineup scored, and freshman Robert Colvin had a two-run single. The Admirals fell to 14-2.

No. 1 Eastern Tech 8, Sparrows Point 0: Winning pitcher Jordan Cargile struck out 14 in a seven-inning three-hitter for the visiting Mavericks (14-0) against the Pointers (4-4).

Cargile had one of two extra-base hits by Eastern Tech, a triple. Allison Meyers had a double.

No. 12 Westminster 13, Middletown 6: Ryan Drenner had five goals and four assists, and Hunter Davis had five goals to power the visiting Owls (11-0) past the Knights (10-2).

Bluford Drew Jemison 11, Douglass 10, OT: Brian Chase scored the game-tying goal with two minutes left in regulation and the game-winner one minute into overtime as the host Rockets (7-1, 6-0) downed the Ducks (7-1, 5-1) and took first place in the Baltimore City West Division.

Chase finished with a game-high five goals and two assists. Jaquan Parker had three goals, Ronald Carney had two goals and two assists, and Kaon Brand had one goal and three assists.

No. 2 St. Paul's 17, St. Mary's 11: The visiting Gators (10-3, 9-2 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) built a 9-2 halftime lead to beat the Saints (1-9, 1-9).

Shelby Wells had five goals and an assist, and Haley McDonnell had two goals and five assists for St. Paul's.

No. 4 Maryvale 8, Notre Dame Prep 6: Maryvale senior goalie Caroline Federico recorded 14 saves to lead a fine defensive effort for the Lions (10-3, 7-3 IAAM A Conference) over the archrival Blazers (4-11, 4-6).

Seniors Amanda Bochniak, Emma Tizard and Julie Doyle scored two goals each for Maryvale, and juniors Caroline Drusano and Katie Wills did the same for Notre Dame Prep.

Nelson Coffin

Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 6 Bryn Mawr 8, John Carroll 6, OT: Molly Danko had a hat trick and Ellie DeGarmo made nine saves to lead the host Mawrtians (10-4) past the Patriots (4-7).

John Carroll was down by two at halftime and outscored Bryn Mawr 4-2 in the second half to force overtime.

Roland Park 11, No. 9 Mount de Sales 9: Francesca Whitehurst scored a game-high five goals and the Reds (6-9, 5-6 IAAM A Conference) upset the host Sailors (9-5).

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