Odenton's Henry takes Marine Corps 17.75K in Va.

Mooney secures Maryland's baseball win over Va. Tech.

  • Steven Henry wins the Marine Corps 17.75K on Saturday in Prince William County, Va.
Steven Henry wins the Marine Corps 17.75K on Saturday in Prince… (Marine Corps Marathon photo )
April 13, 2014|Sports Digest


Odenton's Henry takes Marine Corps 17.75K in Va.

Former U.S. Army runner Steven Henry of Odenton won the Marine Corps 17.75K on Saturday in Prince William County, Va. Henry covered the twisting 11.03-mile course through Prince William Forest Park in 1 hour, 4 minutes, 25 seconds. "I guess I am in a lot better shape than I thought I was," joked Henry, 38, a retired infantry soldier and five-time Marine Corps Marathon finisher who previously completed the marathon while a member of the Army's running team. "It was challenging and very tough, but I really enjoy it." Jeremy Lynch, 33 of Springfield, Va., was second in 1:05:08. The race, named for the year the Marine Corps was founded, had 1,749 finishers.


Mooney secures Maryland's baseball win over Va. Tech.

Maryland sophomore closer Kevin Mooney (North Harford) worked out of bases-loaded jams in the seventh and the ninth innings to help secure a 4-2 victory for visiting Maryland (21-12, 7-9 Atlantic Coast Conference) over Virginia Tech (16-17-1, 6-11).

More baseball: Freshman left-hander Bruce Zimmermann (Loyola High) allowed one run on three hits as he led Towson (16-14, 1-4) to its first Colonial Athletic Association victory of the season, 3-1 over host Northeastern (14-17, 3-4). Zimmermann (4-3) held the Huskies to one run on three hits. ... Visiting UMBC (9-18, 5-6 America East) scored five runs in the top of the seventh inning for a 9-5 victory over Albany (7-18, 4-7) and a doubleheader sweep. The Retrievers won the opener, 4-2.

Women's lacrosse: Host Dickinson (8-5, 3-2 Centennial Conference) scored the final four goals, including Sydney Stern's game-winner with 20 seconds left, as the Red Devils beat Washington College (7-4, 3-2), 13-12. ... Host McDaniel (7-5, 3-3 Centennial) used four goals by Julia Jacobs (St. Mary's) to break a two-game losing streak and win, 15-10, over Muhlenberg (7-5, 1-4). ... Leah Warner (Northeast) had four goals and host Stevenson (9-4, 4-0 Commonwealth Conference) won its eighth straight, beating Lebanon Valley (11-3, 5-1), 13-6. ... Salisbury (14-0) opened the second half with a 4-0 run en route to a 9-6 win over host College of New Jersey (11-1). Shannon Carta (South River) had three goals and an assist and Shelby Nemecek (Liberty) had three goals for the Sea Gulls. ... Hannah Mae Brown had a game-high four goals, but Goucher (7-7, 2-2 Landmark Conference) lost, 12-9, to Scranton (3-7, 2-3). ... Ashley Kitzmiller (Manchester Valley) scored the lone goal for host Hood (5-6, 0-5 Commonwealth), which lost, 16-1, to Alvernia (9-5, 3-2). ... De'Ja Martin made 15 saves in a losing effort as host Notre Dame Maryland (2-9, 1-6 Colonial States Athletic Conference) fell, 15-4, to Marywood (6-8, 5-2).

Football: Redshirt sophomore Brian Gaia (Gilman), who has transitioned from defensive line to offensive guard, earned the Red Worrell Award for his efforts during Penn State's spring practice. Trevor Williams (Calvert Hall) had an interception during the Blue-White game.

Softball: Sophomore Danielle O'Neill (Southern) had three hits and three walks in seven plate appearances as visiting UMBC (24-16, 2-6 America East) split with Maine (14-13, 6-5), losing, 8-0, then winning, 7-6.

Women's bowling: UMES, which finished third in the NCAA tournament Friday night in Wickliffe, Ohio, will leave next Sunday for Reno, Nev., to compete in the United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Team Championships, which the Hawks won last year.

Cheer: Morgan State finished with a program-high score of 94.78 and a second-place finish in the 2014 NCAA Collegiate Cheer Championship finals Friday in Daytona Beach, Fla. Sam Houston State won the title with a score of 95.63. Towson was third with 93.65.

Et cetera

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