Boys' Latin cruises to 16-6 lacrosse win over St. Andrew's

Ruse pitches Maryland to 5-2 baseball win over Delaware

  • The junior guard led the No. 8 Huskies to their first state title, a 33-30 victory over three-time defending Class 2A champion Calvert. Ismail, 6 feet 1, had 14 points and six rebounds in the final, but she was also the key player in the Huskies' zone that held Calvert's 6-3 center Daijha Thomas to just two points. In the 62-44 semifinal win over Walkersville, she had 26 points, five rebounds and five blocks. Ismail averaged 20.1 points, 7.8 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game this season and has 1,240 career points. She has a 3.78 GPA and is considering Princeton, Penn State, Stanford, Duke and Maryland, among other Division I programs.
The junior guard led the No. 8 Huskies to their first state title,… (Kenneth K. Lam, The Baltimore…)
March 19, 2014|Sports Digest

Varsity boys lacrosse

Boys' Latin cruises to 16-6 win over St. Andrew's (Fla.)

Shack Stanwick had four goals and three assists and Logan Wisnauskas had a goal and four assists to lead visiting Boys' Latin (2-0) to a 16-6 win over St. Andrew's (Fla.) on Tuesday. Boys' Latin took a 10-1 lead at the half. ... Andrew Fanshaw had four goals and two assists, and Timmy Kelly had two goals and two assists to lead host Calvert Hall (5-0) to a 9-4 victory over the Benjamin School (Fla.). ... Cole Robertson had five goals, but host St. Mary's (2-1) fell, 12-9, to Malvern Prep (Pa.) (2-0).

Colleges

Ruse pitches Maryland to 5-2 baseball win over Delaware

Junior right hander Bobby Ruse (C. Milton Wright) allowed four hits in a career-high six innings as Maryland (12-6) earned a 5-2 baseball victory over Delaware (9-9) at Harford Community College. The Terps had 11 hits, including three by shortstop Blake Schmit and two apiece by Jose Cuas and Charlie White. Catcher Kevin Martir and White each finished with two RBIs. ... Salisbury was ranked sixth by the American Baseball Coaches Association in its first Division III poll of the regular season. The Sea Gulls earned 368 points, 10 behind fifth-place Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Salisbury remained at No. 7 in the d3baseball.com poll.

Men's basketball: Towson (23-10) will make its first postseason appearance since 1991 when the Tigers play at USC Upstate (19-14) tonight in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. The game, set to tip off at 7 p.m., can be heard live on the Towson Sports Network and can be viewed at CollegeInsider.com.

Et cetera

Wood Haynes among Md. Swimming Hall inductees

Swimmers Brandelyn Wood Haynes and Beau Wiebel and broadcaster Keith Mills will be inducted into the Maryland Swimming Hall of Fame, the Maryland Local Swim Committee announced. Wood Haynes (Dulaney) represented the United States in the Pan-American Games in Havana in 1991, earning a bronze medal in the 400-meter individual medley. Wiebel (Middletown) represented the United States in the World University Games in Barcelona, Spain, winning gold medals in the 400 individual medley and 200 backstroke. Mills has covered swimming for 30-plus years. The committee considers candidates from the entire state except for Prince George's and Montgomery counties. The induction luncheon will be April 12 at noon at the Bryn Mawr Field House on Cottonworth Avenue. Tickets cost $24. For more information, email halloffame@mdswim.org or call 410-433-8300.

Journalism: The Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism will host a talk by Jimmy Roberts, Lou Ferrara and Theresa Moore on Tuesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Eaton Theater of Knight Hall on the University of Maryland campus. Roberts, a 1979 graduate and sports commentator for NBC Sports and the Golf Channel; Ferrara, a 1982 graduate and Associated Press vice president and managing editor; and Moore, president and founder of T-Time Productions and a film documentarian, will talk about their paths to success and answer questions from the audience.

NBA: The Washington Wizards signed forward Drew Gooden for the rest of the season. Goodenhas averaged 8.1 points and 4.6 rebounds in 14.6 minutes per game in eight games. Washington retained Gooden for a prorated veteran's minimum.

Michael Lee, The Washington Post

 

 

 

 

 

 

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