Archive - Mar 8, 2012 - Sports Article
After dropping its past three softball games, St. Stephens received great play on the mound and timely double plays Thursday to knock off unbeaten Maiden, 3-1.
Up 3-0 in the sixth inning, the Lady Indians (2-3) dodged several potential tying chances by the Lady Blue Devils (5-1).
Maiden scored one run with one out in the sixth inning to cut its deficit to two, but a solid defensive play by the Lady Indians stopped the possibility of more Lady Blue Devil runs.
Taylor Rios and Liz Bell scored a pair of goals each to lift the Fred T. Foard soccer team past R.S. Central on Thursday, 6-0.
Caroline Durham and Ashley Jolly also scored one goal each for the Lady Tigers (4-1).
Foard's Hannah Skeen and Jennifer Montoya combined for the shutout in goal.
Bunker Hill 6, St. Stephens 2
Up one run heading after five innings, the Bears scored four runs in the sixth to distance themselves in a victory against the Indians.
Oliver Reitzel and Justin Aiken both scored two RBI each for Bunker Hill (3-2).
ATLANTA â€” Terrell Stoglin scored 25 points, including nine straight in a decisive 20-4 run to open the second half, and No. 8 Maryland ran past Wake Forest 82-60 on Thursday in the lopsided opening game of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
Ninth-seeded Wake Forest led 28-27 late in the first half before Stoglin's basket capped a 9-0 run that helped give Maryland a 36-31 lead at halftime. The Terrapins pulled away in the opening minutes of the second half.