HS Scoreboard: March 25



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By Jerry Shank
Maryland Director of Scouting

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Calvert Hall 3, Archbishop Spalding 0
In an early MIAA battle of top teams, Calvert Hall came away with victory off of another strong pitching performance by Cardinal starter Nick Delp. Delp pitched a complete game two-hit shutout holding the Spalding offense at bay.
The game was a pitcher’s duel heading into the sixth inning with Delp and Cavs starter Jordan Carr both pitching gems.  The Cardinal half of the sixth turned out to be the difference. Dariel Torres led off the inning with a single and Jack Finn reached on an error.  Spalding then was able to get two quick outs by thwarting a sac bunt attempt and striking out the next hitter.  With two outs and two on, 2017 grad and UNC commit Brandon Dorsey hit a go ahead three run home run that was all the offense Calvert Hall would need. 
Carr pitched six strong innings for Spalding, giving up three runs (all unearned) and scattering two hits with nine strikeouts. 

Gaithersburg 3, Whitman 2
The Trojans were able to hold off a late inning comeback to beat Whitman on Wednesday afternoon.  Nick Pantos made the start for Gaithersburg and went four strong innings giving up two hits while striking out four.  Pantos helped his cause going 2-for-3 at the plate.
Whitman made a push in the sixth inning after Andrew Cashmere hit a one-out single off of Trojan reliever Brad Sawyer. Alex Clark then hit a triple to right field, knocking in Cashmere and later scored off of an infield single by Danny Mills. Anthony Felitti came in for the Trojans and thwarted the Whitman rally by striking out two, leaving two runners on.  Felitti pitched a perfect seventh to close the game out. 
Sawyer went 1-for-3 at the plate and his sixth inning single knocked in two which proved to be the difference in the game. 

In other games from around the state

Chesapeake 8 Glen Burnie 3
Dustin Gosnell strikes out seven and gives up one hit over five innings.  Brett Marsh has three RBI and Matthew Seiss has two hits.  The three Glen Burnie runs are of the unearned variety after Chesapeake commits five errors.

DeMatha 7, Bishop McNamara 1
Stags put up five runs in the top of the seventh to pull away with the victory.  Andrew Keith has two hits with an RBI and Bradly Thaxton knocks in two for DeMatha. Andy Rozylowicz goes five strong innings for DeMatha giving up one earned with seven strikeouts and scattering six hits. Will Vickers and Tim Hanible each have two hits for Bishop McNamara.

La Plata 10, Lackey 0
Tyler Stockwell goes 3-for-3 with three RBI to lead the Warriors.  Brett Konzen adds two hits and two RBI. Scott Logue pitches five innings of one-hit ball striking out seven. La Plata scores a run in every inning highlighted by a five run second frame.   

Severna Park 11 Broadneck 7
Falcon offense go for 14 hits en route to victory. Colby Mueller leads the way going 3-for-5.  Matt Thomas, Griffin Wild, Kody Milton, and Trae Singleton all add two hits.

Southern 8, South River 0
The bulldogs scored eight runs after the fifth inning en route to victory.  DJ Coleman led the Southern offense with two hits and three RBI.  Truman Thomas added two hits and two RBI of his own.  Thomas also pitched a complete game two-hit shutout striking out nine.

Other Scores from yesterday

Brunswick 6, Smithsburg 4
Brunswick breaks a 4-4 tie with two runs in the bottom of the sixth.

Bullis 11, Haverford (PA) 4
Bulldogs get 11 Stolen Bases and a strong pitching performance from Raffy Baumgardner (4 IP, 7 K, 1 ER).  

Crossland 16, Largo 7
Nine run fourth is too much for Largo to handle.

Dulaney 13, Lansdowne 3
Mike Trietley goes 3-for-3 for Lansdowne.  Bossi goes 3-for-4 for Dulaney

Easton 9 Kent Island 7
Easton able to put nine runs on the board despite getting out hit seven to four. Brady Allewalt goes 3-for-3 for Kent Island.

Friends 11, Annapolis Area 2
A seven run fifth inning proves to be the difference in the game. AACS commit eight errors in the loss.

Gilman 14, McDonogh 6
John Firzgerald goes 3-for-5 with four RBI to lead Gilman over McDonogh.  Paul DiPino leads McDonogh with two hits and four RBI.

North Carroll 8, Westminster 3
Justin Buberl goes 3-for-4 in the Westminster loss.  North Carroll has a 10 run fifth inning to be the difference.

North County 14, Meade 3
Knights score 14 unanswered after Meade take a three run lead after the first inning.

St. Mary’s 11, Park 1
Ryan Davis pitches four strong innings striking out five.  Connor Kringel and Ben Rankin each have two hits apiece.  Max Hammond adds three RBI.

Reported Scores
Arundel 18, Annapolis 1

Calvert 6, North Point 4

Catoctin 8, South Hagerstown 0

Leonardtown 9, Great Mills 0

Huntingtown 2, Patuxent 1

Mt. Hebron 7, Glenelg 6

Paint Branch 6, B-CC 2

St. Mary’s Ryken 4, Northern 2

Williamsport 14, Clear Spring 5