TRACK AND FIELD
At Georgetown Prep, Jordan Johnson and Hardee Bolivar combined to win the girls triple jump for Tuscarora. Dardlie Lefevre and Joelle Kimbembe combined to win the girls long jump.
Annapolis Area Christian 10, SJCP 6
Rachel Johnson led the Vikings with two goals. Madison Kamer, Bridget Scherer, Merryn Eaton and Erika Bealmear each had one goal. Goalie Angela Mason had nine saves.
Hood 24, Alvernia 7
Hood set a program record for wins in a season. The 24 goals rank second all-time for a single game in Hood history.
Patrick Hurley, Bentley LeBarron, and Grayson Zubradt each had four goals. Hurley had an assist. Jason Jaworski had two goals and two assists. Eddie Somerville had two goals with one assist. Zak Kooser had two assists. Vashon Davis, Khari Smart, and Daniel Kauffman each scored their first career goals.
Noah Waterlander, Trenton Lazorchak and Kyle Morgenroth combined for 12 saves.
MSM 12, Wagner 8
Mount St. Mary’s clinched a berth to the Northeast Conference playoffs for the first time since 2015. The victory was the Mount’s fifth straight and eighth in its last nine contests.
Brenden McCarthy had a hat trick. Joe Bethke and Luke Frankeny each had two goals. Matt Haggerty had one goal with one assist. Sophomore A’Santi Blackshear netted his first career goal in the contest.
Dylan Furnback had 14 saves for the Mount.
MSM 11, Wagner 9
Alayna Pagnotta had three goals for Mount St. Mary’s. Jordan Groover had two goals with one assist. Beanie Colson had two goals. Jordan Butler had one goal with two assists. Carly Miller had one goal with one assist.
Jillian Petito had 11 saves.
FDU 11, MSM 10
Myles Nicholson had a grand slam in the top of the ninth inning for Mount St. Mary’s. He went 3-for-5 with a team leading five RBIs.
Alex Kriss, Thomas Savastio, Thomas Bramley, Zack Costello, Ryan Fisher and Owen Wosleger each added multi-hit games in the loss. Kriss picked up his team leading 37th RBI of the year and his fourth home run of the year after he hit a grand slam in the sixth.
Cole Reeder and Noah Kirkland combined to pitch 2 1/3 innings of hitless relief while they struck out two.
Hood 1-2, Arcadia 0-0
Hood got a pair of complete-game shutouts from Nate Luscombe and Jordan Patterson to sweep the season series from Arcadia.
Both pitchers pitched four-hit shutouts. Luscombe struck out two and walked one, needing just 76 pitches to complete seven innings. In Game Two, Patterson struck out six and walked a pair.
Andrew Wenner had two hits on the day and drove in two runs.
Dylan Beck drove in one of Hood’s runs in the second game and scored the other.
Nathan Kessler had two hits, walked and was hit by a pitch.
LIU Brooklyn 6-8, MSM 3-1
Kate Wade had two hits in the first game for Mount St. Mary’s.
Lycoming 1-4, Hood 0-3
Maddie Walter pitched two complete games but took a pair of losses. In Game One, she held the Warriors to five hits and two walks but an error allowed the winning run to reach base in the sixth inning. In Game Two, she scattered 13 hits and two walks.
Jules Baker tied a school record with two triples in Game Two, matching a performance by Tamara Maggard in 2006.
Cailyn Barthlow and Katelyn Long both went 3-for-7 in the doubleheader.