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College Sports Summary (April 4)

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Here is a recap of the high school varsity action on Thursday, April 4th.

baseball

Westminster 5, North Harford 4: The Owls took a 2-0 lead early in the first period, but after the Hawks recovered, Westminster came back with two goals early in the fifth period to take the win. Will Mollman singled, doubled and scored two runs to secure the win. Griffin Vincent and Brandon Barrett also drove in runs. Tucker Deal doubled and drove in two runs for North Harford.

Harford Tech 3, Northeast 2: Ethan Prevost doubled in the go-ahead run in the bottom of the fifth and Max Swart's relief pitching made sure the ball held up. Swart pitched the final three innings with three strikeouts. Swart also had two hits at the plate. Ben Kiedrowski and Aiden Sullivan also drove in runs.

Girls lacrosse

Bel Air 11, Harford Tech 8: Paige Feick and Riley Manzo each scored four goals and the Bobcats edged the Cobras. Delaney Burrows scored two goals and one assist, while Darby Doehring had one goal and three assists. Jordan Strang scored three goals to lead Harford Tech.

Loch Raven 22, Dundalk 0: The Raiders took a 9-0 lead and never looked back from the shutout win. Charlotte Gongon scored four goals and led the attack. Molly Frey scored a team-best five points with two goals and three assists. Grace Landry and Joslen Klennert each scored a hat trick in the win. Alli Henning scored 6 for 6 and Sarah Watkeys 9 for 11 in the draws. Each also scored two goals.

Boys lacrosse

Owings Mills 7, Parkville 4: Ryshawn Byrd matched Parkville's tally with four goals in the Eagles' win. Alex Noguera assisted with two goals, while Andy Castro also scored. Charles Elendu provided two assists.

Mount St. Joseph 6, St. Ignatius (Ohio) 4: Reed Herbert scored two goals and the host Gaels (6-2) went on a 2-0 run to beat the Wildcats (3-3). Tyler Superczynski scored with an assist from Joey Fantinato to give Mount St. Joseph a 5-4 lead with 7:34 to play. Herbert added the game-winning goal with 6:58 to play. St. Ignatius went 0-2 against its Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference opponent after losing 15-8 to Gilman on Tuesday.


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