High School Sports Roundup (April 21) – Baltimore Sun
Here’s a roundup of high school college action on Thursday, April 21.
Bel Air 16, Elkton 3: Logan Cook scored four goals to lead nine different Bobcats who found the net in victory. Madigan King, Brooke Keesey, Maddie Hauff and Paige Feick all scored twice. King and Feick each handed out two assists.
Havre de Grace 17, Patterson Mill 7: Addison Harmel and Ally Torgerson each had multi-goal games in a loss for Patterson Mill. Harmel led the team in scoring with three goals. Taylor Brown made 12 saves for the Huskies.
Indian Creek 15, Catholic 6: Sophie Gomberg has scored eight goals, while Mia Putzi has two goals and four assists for ICS. Abby Bunker and Molly Bunker each scored two goals. Avery Barnhill provided three assists.
Gerstell 12, Annapolis Area Christian School 0: Gavin Larson pitched a full game, shutting out two hits in five innings for Gerstell. Larson struck out three in the win. Landon Bell had four RBIs for the Falcons.
Century 13, Westminster 2: The Knights ended the game early with six runs in the fifth inning. Colin Perrier hit a two-run homer for Century, while RJ Branch had two hits and three RBIs. Brayden McGraw and Owen Roach also completed two runs. Josh LoPiccolo had two RBIs for Westminster.
Freedom 9, South Carroll 4: Down a run in the bottom of the sixth, Liberty busted for six runs to take the win. Anthony Zombro had three hits and two RBIs for the Lions. Joe Glass tripled and drove in two. For South Carroll, Logan Miller had three hits and an RBI, while Brady Etzel had two hits and two RBIs.
Marriotts Ridge 5, Long Range 0: Nick Russo threw a gem for Marriotts Ridge, picking up the win after throwing 5⅔ shutout innings, striking out nine and allowing just one hit. Jonah Obitz started the scoring for Marriotts Ridge with an RBI single in the second inning.
South 6, Old Mill 1: Justin Knapp, Quinn Waters and Thomas Martin led Southern offensively in victory. Waters and Martin each drove in two, while Knapp had three hits and scored two runs. Churchill Bridgman took the win on the mound, giving up an earned run in 5⅔ innings pitched, striking out eight for the Bulldogs (8-2).
Chesapeake 7, South River 0: A five-run first inning made all the difference for Chesapeake. Brendan Phillips and Noah Bowerman each had two RBI hits for the Cougars, and Carter Drab drove in two in the win. Bowerman went the distance on the mound, throwing a hit with eight strikeouts.
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Severna Park 3, North County 2: Mike Bowles got the win for Severna Park, allowing three hits and two runs in 6⅓ innings pitched, striking out seven. Nate Clark had a hit and an RBI in the win. For North County, Landon Reyes had a two-hit day.
River Hill 9, Hammond 1: The Hawks (10-2, 9-0 Howard County) continued to thrive offensively with 14 hits. Brady Young hit a three-run home run, while Eje Okojie and Will Zatkowski each finished with two RBIs. Michael Flaim pitched five innings for the victory, allowing one run on five of nine hits.
Freedom 14, South Carroll 4: Madison Cadieux went 3 for 3, all in doubles, with five RBIs to lead the Lions. Haleigh Hodges and Kaelin Ault each went 4 for 4 with Hodges leading in three runs and Ault tripling with an RBI. Erin Martin and Hailey Seaton each homered and Evelyn Conner had three hits. Sydney O’Cleary had two RBIs for South Carroll.
Glenelg 12, Centenary 6: Reese Holden, Madison Stouffer and Haley Markel each finished with two RBIs, leading the way for the Gladiators (7-3, 6-3 Howard County). Holden and Stouffer each had two hits. Kaylee Brogan picked up the win, pitching a full game with four strikeouts. Centennial (0-6, 0-6) trailed 12-3 entering the seventh and scored three in the final inning.
Hammond 6, Marriott’s Ridge 5: Maddi Berning tied the game in the bottom of the seventh for the Golden Bears (4-5, 4-5 Howard County) with an RBI brace scoring Kaylee Beahm. Then Maddie Holder kicked a brace from Kasey Smith, who also took the win in the circle. Ashley Theimer hit a home run for Marriotts Ridge (2-5, 2-5).
Chesapeake 11, South River 6: A seventh-inning rally propelled Chesapeake to a win as four Cougars recorded multi-hit games. Sam Larkin and Ali Pollack each hit a home run, with Pollack driving in three. Sophia Bianco also had a three RBI day.
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