High school sports roundup (May 1)

Below is a summary of high school events on Wednesday, May 1.

Girls lacrosse

Patterson mile 18, rising sun 2: Sam Chittum scored five goals and assisted on two more to lead the Huskies’ offense. Maddie Toney backed her up with three goals and two assists, while Riley Madsen, Riley Crane and Addison Harmel scored twice. In the net, Maddie Roby blocked seven shots.

Bel Air 19, La Plata 9: Big Vick scored five goals and assisted on two more to lead the Bobcats to a non-conference win. Riley Manzo finished with three goals and two assists, while Mia Jordan had two goals and three assists. Sophia Harrison and Delaney Burroughs each scored two goals. Faith Kriegel made three saves on goal.

Gerstell 19, Indian Creek 1: On Senior Day, Ava Reid made three saves, then came out of the net to score a goal and set up two more. Other seniors to score during their final home game were Sam Skelly with two goals and Lexi Larson, Riley Sullivan and Maddie Donovan scored one goal each. Liv Sprinkle returned to the field after missing most of this season due to injury and picked up a ground ball.

Boys lacrosse

Broadneck 18, Chesapeake 4: Tyler Stewart led all scorers with seven points, split between three goals and four assists. Tanner Boone scored a team-high five goals and assisted on another. Tyler Hicks scored three goals and Blake LeVeke scored two goals and an assist. In the loss, the Cougars scored goals from Nathan Wheeler, Chase Bivins, Jake Foreman and Cade Shannon. Talan Buhler had two assists. In goal, Hunter Cappy made 20 saves.

South River 20, Arundel 2: The Phipps contributed to half of the Seahawks’ goals – Trevor scored six and Gavin scored four. Jack Lay scored three goals and Kaden Travis scored two goals. Ethan Marcian and Ben Adams each had a goal and two assists.

Manchester Valley 11, Oakdale 10: Gabe Howard made eight big saves as the Mavericks beat the Bears. In a balanced offensive attack, Connor Vick was one of four Mavericks to score twice. He also delivered four assists. Grant Miller, Gavin Reid and Matt Foran scored two goals. Luca Brown had a goal and an assist and Ryan Clarke also scored.


Hereford 8, Kenwood 3: Ellie Lysse went 4-for-4 with a home run and a double, driving the Bulls in four runs to get past the Blue Birds. Taylor Roberts added two RBIs for the win. In the circle, Lauren Clement struck out nine while giving up one run on eight hits in seven innings.

Havre de Grace 10, C. Milton Wright 9: Bayleigh Carstetter hit an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh to give the Warriors a run-scoring win. Carstetter also homered and finished the day with four RBIs. Sarah Wetzel had three hits and an RBI, while Dayley Veres had two hits and two RBIs.

Marriott’s Ridge 16, Reservoir 5: The Mustangs (11-4) fought back early mistakes and scored 12 points over the fourth and fifth innings in the win. Jasmine Smith and Jasmine Kirkland each had four hits and two RBIs. Brynne Mellady had three hits, including a triple and three RBIs. Gianna Peluso also had two hits, including a home run, and three RBIs. For the Reservoirs (12-4, 11-3 Howard County) Abby Frisvold had two hits, while Katherine Yuryshyn had an RBI double.

Mount Hebron 26, Hammond 0: The Vikings (9-5) exploded to set a season-high in the dominant win. Mackenzie Brooks had a team-high four hits, driving in two runs. Danielle Green had two hits and two RBIs, while Kaelyn Cisna also had two RBIs. Mount Hebron scored 21 points during the first three rounds to take control.

River Hill 17, Wild Lake 0: The Hawks (9-7, 9-6 Howard County) won their fifth straight game. Annie Levine and Zoe Pachoca combined to shut out five innings, allowing just two hits and four baserunners. Levine hit six. At the plate, Kat Thompson had two high-scoring hits, while Emily Zagnet had two. For Wild Lake (1-15, 1-14), Olivia Bixler had a double.

Patterson Mill 9, Bohemia Manor 2: Savannah Reidy had a pair of hits and two RBIs, while Kenzie Knight went 3-for-3 with an RBI and three runs scored to lead the Huskies. Ava Ward also finished with three hits. Amanda Redmills threw a five-hit complete game, striking out seven.

Freedom 5, 2nd century: Sophia Steele distributed seven hits over seven innings while recording five strikeouts to earn the win for the Lions. Offensively, Kaylen Ault homered and Evelyn Connor finished with three hits and an RBI. Alison Bald, Jesse Shafer, and Nicole Cascio led their tours.

Francis Scott K10, South Carroll 0: Jasmine Klein tossed one hit in five innings with seven strikeouts. A home run and four RBIs helped her cause. Lilly Reiter finished with two hits and two RBIs. The Eagles also got RBIs from Emma Taff, Madi Rill, and Morgan Kenney.

Westminster 17, Winters Mill 4: Alyssa Ward had two hits and drove in four runs to lead the Owls’ powerful attack. Ryley Winebrunner and Katelyn Clark each finished with three hits and three RBIs. Leading hitter Jenna Sullivan went 3-for-4 with three runs scored. Elena Castonguay also had three hits, in addition to picking up the win in the circle. Ava Rutkowski singled, doubled and drove in two runs.


River Hill 12, Wild Lake 2: The Hawks (12-5, 12-4 Howard County) tallied 14 hits in the lopsided win. Henry Zatkowski had four of those hits, including a double and a home run, and finished with three RBIs. Avi Fields also added three hits, including a double and three RBIs in the win. Sam Antevil struck out six in four innings and earned the win on the mound.

Marriott’s Ridge 11, Reservoir 4: The Mustangs (6-9) won their third straight game. Sid Thomas led the offense with two hits and four RBIs. Jack Coughlin, Zach Wernick and Owen Snow each had two RBIs. Wins. Jonah Opitz hit a home run in the top of the first inning to start the scoring.

Pikesville 5, Randallstown 4: The Panthers were down 4-3 in the top of the seventh inning when Michael Payne scored twice. Jack Millman struck out 12 batters on the day. The starting pitcher also surrendered three hits and four runs over 5 innings.

Manchester Valley 11, Tuscarora 1: The Mavericks went on eight runs in the second inning and cruised to the victory. Gene Magin tossed two hitters with 11 strikeouts. Offensively, Brayden Becker went 3-for-3 with a triple and two RBIs. Nicholas Lobriato homered and had two RBIs. Colby Howdyshell also contributed two RBIs in the win.

Broadneck 5, Chesapeake 1: Noah Foreman (7-1) pitched the Bruins to the win, allowing an unearned run on four batters with three strikeouts. Senior Devin McGowan led the Bruins with two hits, including a double. Nick Cicale, Cade Schuetter and Mike Swick (double) drove the race.

Aberdeen 6, Perryville 4: The Eagles took control with four runs in the fourth inning and held off a late Panthers rally. Sean Doron had two RBIs in the win. Tyler Kinney went 3-for-4 with an RBI. Trevor Zakowski and Walton and I also led tours. Kenney picked up the win on the mound, throwing 4 1/3 innings giving up three runs, all unearned.

Mixed tennis

Fallston 6, Patterson Mile 5: The Cougars dominated the boys side of the lineup to earn the win over the Huskies. Tanner Boyd and Gordon Lefkowitz won second and third singles for the boys. Fallston also earned a sweep of the boys’ doubles with Ryan Blair and Colby Resch, and Zach Boczar and Luca Cangelosi picking up the victories. Gwen Karantonis won third in girls singles and the mixed doubles team of Camryn Barrett and Megan Perez won in girls doubles.

Boys tennis

Marriott’s Ridge 5, Tank 0: The Mustangs (12-0) finished with an undefeated regular season and a Howard County title. Mukunde Bhupathi and Rafa Feldman won in dominant fashion at No. 1 and No. 2 singles. The doubles duo of Tyler Wang and Jerry He, Felipe Arantes Gabriel and Toby Ejiemi, Sam Lim and Sai Anoj Chudavarapu each won.

Atholton 4, Howard 1: Tristan Carter and Aryan Singh won first and second places for the Individuals. The duo of Jason Lilley and Declan Kikanzira and Nikhil Ramani and Sam Lee all won their matches.

Freedom 5, Century 0: The Lions secured another sweep with Nikhil Andhavarapu and Lewis Major winning their singles matches. Arjun Mistry and Hayden Spice won first doubles, Austin Shedd and Jason Murphy won second doubles, and Chase King and Jayden Venable won third doubles.

Westminster 3, Winters Mill 2: The Owls won all three doubles matches to clinch the victory. Victories came from the teams of Michael Fronheiser, Jarome Hawes, Aidan Cignata, Abbott Holley, Nischal Patel and Luke Sjoberg. For Winters Mill, Micah Ober won first singles, 6-3, 6-0, and Logan Herwig won second singles in three sets.

Girls tennis

Marriott’s Ridge 3, Al Khazzan 2: The Mustang girls (10-2) finished the regular season with a win. Erika Kang won the No. 2 singles, while the No. 2 and No. 3 pairs of Hailey Shah, Maria Ottman, Mahika Juneja and Sana Huda each won.

Atholton 3, Howard 2: Chelsea Sun and Angelina Gizdova won their matches for first and second place respectively. The duo of Imani Smith and Clara Kadingo and Michelle Kim and Katie Blass won.

Freedom 3, Century 2: A sweep of doubles led to Liberty’s win. Grace Merten and Payton Oakley won Game 1, Mia Leonhart and Mallory Stevenson swept Game 2, and Aubrey Anderson and Lily Kashima closed out the win 6-0, 6-1. Century earned a 6-0, 6-0 win over Bela Filippi in first singles and Varshita Mahadevani won in three sets in second singles.

Westminster 3, Winters Mill 2: Daphne Whitmore’s 6-0, 6-0 win in the first singles match sealed the win for the Owls. They also got dual wins from Sophie Long, Stella Sjoberg, Megan McCampbell and Kelsey Baum. Winters Mill’s Sarah Gardner won second singles and the second doubles team of Maddie Milam and Angie Afanasinka won in three sets.

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