HS Scoreboard Weekend of April 3

By Jerry Shank
Maryland Director of Scouting

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Archbishop Spalding 7, Hartsville 4 (Fri.)
David Harding goes 3-for-5 and Billy Godrick goes 2-for-2 with two RBI to lead Spalding over Hartsville on Friday.  Carter Sears adds two hits and an RBI in the Cavalier effort.  Spaliding scores four runs in the top of the seventh to overcome a 4-3 deficit and get the win in come-from-behind fashion

DeMatha 4, Good Counsel 0 (Sat.)
Jack Alkire gives up one hit and strikes out 16 in a complete game effort to lead the Stags to the win over Good Counsel. Aaron Brooks goes 2-for-3 with two RBI to lead the DeMatha offense.

JM Bennett 2, Chesapeake 1 (Sat.)
Caleb Taylor Pitches seven innings giving up one run and striking out seven and also hits a solo homerun which proves to be the difference maker in the 2-1 win over Chesapeake.  Logan Ridgeway got the hard luck loss for Chesapeake pitching seven innings giving up two runs and struck out 10.

Mount St. Joseph 9, St. Michaels 2 (Sat.)
Tim McManus goes 2-for-4 with four RBI to lead the Gaels in the victory. Andre Brown adds a hit and an RBI. Max Rogers gets the win throwing a complete game striking out five and scattering seven hits.

Old Mill 11, Broadneck 1 (Sat.)
DJ Biscoe goes 3-for-4 with four RBI to lead Old Mill to the victory.  Jeremy Arocho and David Marrocco add two hits apiece to pace the offense. Biscoe made the start for Old Mill going four innings giving up one run and striking out three. 

Patuxent 13, AACS 10 (Sat.)
AACS scores four runs in the bottom of the seventh to take the game into extra innings where both teams combine to score nine runs in the extra frame with the end result a 13-10 victory for Patuxent on Saturday.  Ryan Holtzman started for Patuxent and pitches four strong innings striking out eight and giving up one run.

Perry Hall 12, Catonsville 1 (Sat.)
Jake Chavis throws a five inning no-hitter as Perry Hall puts 12 runs on the board in the first three innings to pull away for the victory.  Chavis strikes out five in the Saturday game.

Riverdale Baptist 10, McDonogh 2 (Sat.)
Seth Williams goes 2-for-3 with two RBI to lead Riverdale Baptist to the victory. Brody Cook and Zack McPhearson each add two hits as well.  John Palin has two RBI and Adonte Rhodes homers knocking in two. Ricky Williamson gets two hits to lead McDonogh.

Severna Park 15, North Point 5 (Sat.)
The Falcons score five runs in the first and fifth innings for the win. Griffin Wild continues to be a hot bat for the Falcons going 3-for-4 with four RBI to lead the way.  Andrew Anawalt and Trae Singleton each add two RBI in the falcon effort.  Ryan Yesner gets the win going 4.2 innings giving up five runs (0 earned) and striking out eight.

South Hagerstown 20, Goretti 6 (Sat.)
South Hagerstown offense registers 20 hits in the victory.  Tyler Custer goes 3-for-5 with four RBI to lead the offense. McCoy Dutrow adds a special day with a 5-for-6 effort and two RBI. 

South River 11, South Hagerstown 3 (Sat.)
Ethan Falsone goes 2-for-3 with four RBI to lead South River in the win.  Jess McElree adds two hits and two RBI. Sean Healy gets the win for South River going complete game striking out 14 with one walk and scattering four hits.

Williamsport 12, South River 2 (Sat.)
Sinjin Shoop goes 3-for-3 with an RBI to lead Williamsport past South River.  Austin Golden, Matt Malphurs and JP Melby each have two RBI in the effort.

Friday Scores

Allegany 7, Smithsburg 5 (8 innings)

Loyola Blakefield 3, Avalon 1

Mountain Ridge 7, Smithsburg 3

Saturday Scores

Arundel 13, Northern 2

Brunswick 9, Tuscarora 5

Chesapeake 12, AACS 1

Flint Hill 9, St. James 6

Galesburg (IL) 6, Calvert Hall 4

Glenbrook (IL) 5, Calvert Hall 2

Huntingtown 17, North Point 5

Mount St. Joseph 8, South Carroll 3

Kent Island 9, Meade 3

Leonardtown 12, St. Charles 0

Leonardtown 13, Southern Maryland Christian 2

Middletown 6, Brunswick 4

Northern 8, Southern 6

Old Mill 16, Queen Anne’s 7

Queen Anne’s 11, Broadneck 7

Severna Park 4, Huntingtown 3

St. James 3, Flint Hill 2

St. Michaels 12, St. Mary’s Ryken 3

Williamsport 5, Goretti 0