WOODLAWN — Brunswick's Blaine Price received another major award this past week.

The all-time leading pass receiver in the state was named West Region winner at the Greater Baltimore Chapter National Football Foundation and College Football's Scholar-Athlete Banquet at Martin's West.

Price, a first-team all-area and all-state selection, was among five regional winners to receive $4,000 in scholarship money.

Other county nominees include Marcus Bosche (Catoctin), Parker Johnson (Middletown), Willliam Tharpe (Walkersville) and Brendan Wharton (Urbana).

Track and Field

EDGEWATER — Oakdale defeated North Point, 152-90, to win the Seahawk Invitational on Saturday at South River High School.

Laura Klosterman, Emma King, Adell Remsberg and Jackie McNulty were double-winners. Klosterman won the 100 and was on the winning 400 relay team. King won the pole vault and was on the winning 400 relay team. Remsberg won the 100 hurdles and was on the winning relay team. McNulty swept the long and triple jumps.

Maryah Wright also ran on the winning 400 relay team.

Urbana's Emily Mulhern won the girls 1,600. Crystal Yuille won the discus. Nora Baumgarten was third in the high jump.

The Hawks' Colin Sipe won the shot put and finished second in the discus. Mitch Holson was third in the triple jump.

Knight-Lion Invitational

ELDERSBURG — Thomas Johnson's Sam Shipley and Ben Freed were winners at Century High School.

Shipley won the boys pole vault (13 feet, 6 inches). Freed won the 3,200 (9:45). Thomas Trott was second in the 1,600.

The Patriots' Tamara Ovejera swept the shot put (38-5) and discus (121-0).

For Frederick, Justin Walker was second in the 110 hurdles. Muangu Bukasa was third in the triple jump.

Tuscarora's Tio Johnson and Steven Reid were double-winners. Both ran on the winning 400 and 800 relay teams. Xavier Hargrove and Dante Johnson were also on the winning 400 relay team. Marcus Foster and Steven Chavez ran on the winning 800 relay team. Foster was second in the 300 hurdles, Johnson was second in the triple jump.

Mary Mowoe won the girls 300 hurdles (47.84) for the Titans and was second in the 100 hurdles. Krystal Clarke was second in the long jump and third in the 400.

Boys Lacrosse

Old Mill Tournament

OLD MILL — Urbana swept host Old Mill, 10-4; and Annapolis Area Christian, 9-6, to win the tournament.

Rob Collins had five goals in the tournament for the Hawks. Jack Atmonavage and Brandon Plante each had four goals. Jay Borsady had a hat trick in the first game.

Girls Lacrosse

Oakdale sweeps

LINTHICUM — The Bears opened their season by winning a pair of games in the Northeast tournament, beating Havre de Grace, 20-1, and Northeast, 17-9.

Katherine DeLorenzo had four goals for Oakdale against Havre de Grace. Emily DeLorenzo and Sara Parnes each had three goals, while Dani Tunnell, Carly Heine and Erika Hollander each had two goals.

Goalie Melissa Semkiw had six saves.

Against Northeast, Parnes had six goals for Oakdale. Tunnell and Katherine DeLorenzo each had four goals, and Emily DeLorenzo had two goals. Semkiw had 10 saves.


Oakdale 11, Manchester Valley 3

Kayla Holman had three hits on Friday. Ciara Whipp struck out eight batters. Sierra Davis had two hits, including a home run and three RBIs.

Revised Oakdale Roster

Coach: Joe Whipp

Roster: Seniors—Kelly Barnhard, second base; Jesse Delph, outfield; Katy Delph, outfield; Alison Mills, outfield; Ciara Whipp, pitcher-first base. Juniors—Nicole Allen, outfield; Jaqueline Bracero, utility; Jess Coggins, shortstop; Sierra Davis, third base-center field; Kayla Holman, third base-utility. Sophomores—Emerald Green, pitcher-first base-designated hitter; Mackenzie Grove, catcher-outfield; Bridgett Holman, pitcher-first base. Freshman—Brenna Baran, utility.

College Baseball

FCC 7-6, Allegany 2-2

Mary Crosby was the winning pitcher for Frederick Community College (4-0) in the first game. Ashley O'Brien and Cady Baer each had two hits.

Olivia Lagos had three hits with a double for FCC in the second game. Michelle DeShazor had two hits with a double. Rachel Wolford also had a double. DeShazor was the winning pitcher with five strikeouts.

Bryant 7-5, Mount St. Mary's 3-2

SMITHFIELD, R.I. — Tom Healy had two hits with a home run for Mount St. Mary's (4-13) in the first game.

College Softball

Mount St. Mary's 1-3, Bryant 0-10

EMMITSBURG — Nicole Pagano hurled a four-hitter in the first game of the doubleheader for Mount St. Mary's (6-13).

Men's Lacrosse

UMBC 10, Mount St. Mary's 8

CATONSVILLE — Brett Schmidt had two goals and three assists for the Mount.

Frankie McCarthy and Adam Borgogelli combined for 11 saves for Mount St. Mary's (4-6).

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