Marciniak and Sabres edge rival Mallards
EASTON — The Saints Peter and Paul High girls’ lacrosse team defeated rival Worcester Prep, 11-9 last Tuesday.
Maddie Marciniak paced attack with six goals, while Megan Hickey chipped in a hat trick and two assists. Karis Ward (two assists) registered the other goal, and one was uncredited when the Mallards knocked it in. Kate Sovero dished four helpers and Sunny Sturmer made 10 saves.
The Sabres are now 5-4 overall and 2-1 in Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference play, taking a 17-8 loss at Worcester Prep (earlier this campaign. Sts. Peter & Paul next plays April 24 at Delaware power Cape Henlopen.
SSPP 20, Salisbury School 2 EASTON — Caroline Murphy and Megan Hickey scored six goals each, and the Saints Peter and Paul High girls’ lacrosse team throttled Salisbury School, 20-2, on Wednesday.
Murphy added five assists while Hickey dished three for the Sabres, who are now 6-4 overall and 3-1 in the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference.
Maddie Marciniak (assist) chipped in a hat trick, and Maggie Porchman (six groundballs), Kate Sovero (six assists), Olivia Dissen, Julia D’Albora and Jen Douglas scored a goal apiece. Kelley Hertelendy caused three turnovers. HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL Severn 4 — SSPP 1 SEVERNA PARK — Despite playing its second straight error-free game last Thursday, the Saints Peter and Paul High baseball team lost to Severn School, 4-1. James Hastings took the loss for the Sabres. Hastings, Cole Koski, Drew Kramer, and Sam Weisman each singled. HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL Colonel 20, Kent Island 9 STEVENSVILLE — Camryn Plugge doubled twice and drove in four runs, and Jen Larrimore and Morgan Willoughby each had three hits to fuel the Colonels in a win last Monday.
Larrimore (4-1) earned the win, allowing five hits, walking two, and striking out five in the six-inning game. Kaylie Moore, Megan Stubbs, Cassidy Stubbs and Regan Tull each had two hits for Colonel Richardson (8-1).
Emily Blum homered for Kent Island (6-3).
Saints Peter and Paul’s Madi Marciniak, left, with ball during a game last season, scored six goals in a rout of Salisbury School last Tuesday.