High School Varsity Action Roundup: March 25

A thrilling day of high school sports with standout performances across various disciplines.


Monday's high school varsity baseball action was full of thrilling comebacks, dominant pitching performances, and clutch hitting. In a showdown between Hereford and Magruder, the Bulls found themselves trailing through five innings before staging a remarkable comeback with seven runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. Kreis Metz played hero with a crucial two-run single, while Jack Kinsey, Leighton Alsip, Daniel Metz, and Andrew Larkin all contributed RBIs. The pitching duo of Andrew Smith and Gavin Jacker combined for a stellar performance, limiting Magruder to just two hits.

Meanwhile, Harford Tech put on an offensive clinic against Edgewood, scoring 20 runs in a commanding victory. Zach Lane led the charge with two hits and three RBIs, while Aiden Sullivan's extra-base hits fueled the Cobras' offensive onslaught. In another matchup, C. Milton Wright showcased their offensive firepower with a 7-2 win over North Harford. The Mustangs built an early lead with timely hitting and solid pitching, highlighted by Landon Melnick's two hits and two RBIs.

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The high school varsity softball games on Monday featured standout performances both in the circle and at the plate. Izzy Youngworth put on a pitching clinic for C. Milton Wright, striking out 17 batters and driving in three runs to lead her team to victory over Edgewood. Kendra Miller's offensive contributions were crucial, as she tallied multiple hits and RBIs to support Youngworth's dominant performance.

Elsewhere, Lilly Dalton showcased her pitching prowess for Havre de Grace, tossing a one-hit shutout with 12 strikeouts in a commanding win over Elkton. The Warriors' offense was equally impressive, with Kinsey Mentzer's two home runs and five RBIs leading the way. In another thrilling matchup, Patterson Mill emerged victorious behind Lily Baldwin's stellar hitting performance. The Huskies' offense clicked on all cylinders, with multiple players contributing key hits and RBIs.

Boys Lacrosse

Boys lacrosse action on Monday delivered intense matchups and standout performances on the field. In a tightly contested game between Springside Chesnut Hill and St. Mary's, Cole Kucinski's five-goal outing wasn't enough to secure a win for the Saints as they fell in overtime. Calvert Hall showcased their offensive prowess with a dominant win over Vandermont, highlighted by Owen Scott's six-goal performance.

Bel Air set the tone early in their matchup against Harford Tech, jumping out to an early lead and never looking back. The Bobcats' balanced scoring attack and solid defense propelled them to a convincing victory.

Girls Lacrosse

In girls lacrosse action, Gerstell dominated Severn with a strong first-half performance that set the tone for the rest of the game. Manchester Valley showcased their offensive firepower in a resounding win over Winters Mill, led by Taylor Fique's impressive 11-point outing.

Girls Tennis

The girls' tennis matches on Monday featured impressive doubles play and strong individual performances. South Carroll swept Century with wins across the board, showcasing their depth and skill on the court.

Boys Tennis

In boys' tennis action, South Carroll secured a narrow victory over Century with a strong showing in doubles play. Century's singles players put up a tough fight, but South Carroll's doubles teams proved to be the difference-makers in the match.

Coed Tennis

Fallston emerged victorious in a tightly contested coed tennis match against Harford Tech, with key doubles wins swinging the match in Fallston's favor. The match showcased the competitive spirit and skill of both teams on the court.

North Harford put on a dominant display against Joppatowne, sweeping girls' singles play and securing a convincing team victory. The players' strong performances in both singles and doubles highlighted their talent and determination.

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