Varsity roundup (April 6): No. 1 McDonogh ladies rally to win, 8-7, in lacrosse


In a matchup of the highest two groups within the Beneath Armour/Inside Lacrosse Ladies’ High 25 Excessive Faculty Energy Rankings, visiting No. 1 McDonogh rallied from a late two-goal deficit Saturday to edge No. 2 Manhasset (N.Y.), 8-7.

Junior midfielder Kayla Abernathy scored the tying and go-ahead targets off feeds from North Carolina-bound midfielder Julia Dorsey, the latter coming with 11:28 remaining. Dorsey completed with two targets and two assists for the Eagles, and Abernathy added a pair of targets.

McDonogh (9-0), which has gained 207 of its previous 208 video games, took management between the 30s by profitable draw controls within the second half.

Kent Island 12, Mount de Gross sales 11: The visiting Buccaneers improved to 4-Zero and the Sailors (2-6) have misplaced two of their final three video games. Mount de Gross sales will host John Carroll, who misplaced 11-9 to Maryvale, on Tuesday at Four p.m.

Boys lacrosse

No. 6 Boys’ Latin 13, John Carroll 7: Ben Smith scored three of his game-high 4 targets within the first half because the Lakers (5-5, 1-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Affiliation A Convention) routed the Patriots (3-4, 0-2) at US Lacrosse.The victory snapped a three-game dropping streak for Boys Latin, which hosts No. Three McDonogh on Tuesday. John Carroll’s dropping streak acquired prolonged to 4 video games.


Mount Carmel 6, St. John’s Catholic Prep 4: Profitable pitcher Spencer Knotts improved to 3-1 because the host Cougars (7-5, 4-Four MIAA B Convention) beat the Vikings (2-9, 2-5).


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