GOLF

A pair of Frederick County players made history Saturday in the first round of stroke play in the fifth U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship.

Aneka Seumanutafa, 18, of Emmitsburg, and Faith Choi, 16, of Frederick, posted a 12-under-par 60 at Timuquana Country Club in Jacksonville, Florida, shattering the 18-hole-play record of 64 that was set in 2017 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Seumanutafa, who attends Ohio State, had never seen the course in Jacksonville before prior to teeing it up, yet produced 10 of the duo’s 12 birdies on a bogey-free scorecard.

Choi, meanwhile, has committed to Ohio State for 2020.

MEN’S LACROSSE

Mount St. Mary’s 7, Saint Joseph’s 6

With the Mount’s victory Saturday and a loss by Hobart, the Mount clinched the Northeast Conference regular-season championship and the No. 1 seed in the NEC Tournament.

The Mount closes out the regular season at 9-6 overall and 5-1 in conference play. The 9-6 mark matches the team’s best record since the 2011 campaign, while the five wins in NEC action are the most for the Mountaineers.

Goalie Dylan Furnback had a career-high 20 saves for his 10th double-digit save effort of the season. The sophomore stopped eight shots in the fourth quarter, including multiple key saves in the waning minutes.

Brenden McCarthy had four assists, Luke Frankeny had two goals to lead the Mount on the offensive end. Joe Bethke, Brendan Doyle, Jared McMahon, Chris DiPretoro and Matt Haggerty each had one goal.

Lycoming 21, Hood 13

Patrick Hurley had three goals with one assist for Hood. Grayson Zubradt had a hat trick. Zak Kooser had two goals with three assists. Bentley LeBarron had two goals and two assists.

Noah Waterlander had 13 saves for the Blazers.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Lycoming 14, Hood 13, OT

Kelly McGinniss scored the game-winning goal, on an assist from Thamina Peti, with 4 minutes, 33 seconds left in overtime.

Jess Lyons had four goals with one assist for Hood (9-8). Tenley Reeder had three goals. Laura Skorobatsch had two goals. Nikki Lunn had three assists.

Danielle Holt had 12 saves for the Blazers.

COLLEGE BASEBALLL

FCC 10-5, AACC 0-1

Priamo Lozada had two RBIs in the first game for Frederick Community College (27-13). Brayden Coe (7-1) pitched a complete-game victory with six strikeouts.

Jacob Wetzel had two hits with a triple in the second game. Jacob Berry had a home run. Brandon Austin had a double.

Brad Foster (7-2) was the winning pitcher with five strikeouts. Max Proctor earned his first save of the season with six strikeouts over three innings.

Widener 13-10, Hood 6-5

Nathan Kessler and Joe Kroeger each had two hits for Hood in the first game. Jordan Patterson had a triple. One of Kessler’s hits was a double. Brady Ward had a double for the Blazers.

Brad Sawyer (4-1) had five strikeouts through 2 1-3 innings.

Kessler and Dylen Beck each had two hits in the second game. Kessler, Beck, Ward and Nick Rampone each had a double.

Patterson had five strikeouts through four innings.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Widener 11-6, Hood 2-5

Jules Baker had a double in the first game for Hood.

Cailyn Bartholow had two hits with a double in the second game. Baker, Jordan Specht and Kiley Banks each had two hits. Jasmine Webster had a double.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

MSM 4-2, CCSU 3-1

Kate Wade belted a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh for Mount St. Mary’s in the first game.

The Mountaineers improve to 24-25 overall and 8-6 in the Northeast Conference with the wins.

COLLEGE GOLF

NEC championships

Mount St. Mary’s is in sixth place following the second day of the Northeast Conference (NEC) Championship from LPGA International.

The Mountaineers posted a team score of 307 during their second round, and hold a two-round total of 622 with one day of competition remaining.

Robert Morris and Sacred Heart are tied atop the team standings with scores of 601 through two rounds of play.

MSN’s Nacho Gomez is tied for fourth place on the individual leaderboard with a two-round total of 148.

BASEBALL

Walkersville 4, Williamsport 2

Brett Ahalt had a double for Walkersville (7-8). Thomas Fogle was the winning pitcher with 10 strikeouts.

Urbana 4, Linganore 3

The Hawks’ Kam Walters got the win, going four innings, allowing two runs and striking out four.

Brendan Yagesh had two hits, while Armani Bullock drove in two runs for Urbana.

No information was provided for Linganore.

Tuscarora 11, Urbana 8

Gunner Crawford allowed one earned run over four innings pitched to earn the win for Tuscarora (4-9). He also struck out five.

At the plate, Crawford had a double. Teammate Justin Acal went 2-for-3 with a double. Acal also record the final five outs on the mound to pick up the save.

For Urbana (7-7), Armani Bullock drove in three runs, while Julian Samonte drove in two. The Hawks’ Kameron Walters hit a solo home run.

MSD 18, Model Secondary School for the Deaf 2

The Orioles (8-6) captured the Hoy tournament championship for the fourth straight year with the win.

Fabian Pufhan went 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Eric Long added a triple and three RBIs, while Miguel Pavao went 2-for-3.

SOFTBALL

MSD 19, Texas SD 17

Led by tournament MVP Crystal Salit, the Orioles (12-1) won the championship.

MSD’s leaders in the title game were Salit (double, three steals), Rajena Guettler (triple, two RBIs, three stolen bases), Brigitta Luttrell (two RBIs), Cassidy Perry (triple, three RBIs).

The Orioles won four games over three days for the title.

GIRLS LACROSSE

St. James 17, Catoctin 2

Kallan Latham and Cheyenne Van Echo each scored goals for the Cougars.

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