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Athletic Scores and Results - Week of May 14
Posted 05/14/2018 08:00AM

Varsity Golf Defeats Spalding 17.5 – 3.5

Varsity golf hosted Spalding at Baltimore Country Club on Wednesday afternoon in a semifinal playoff match. The forecasted weather was rain and more rain, but fortunately it was good enough to get the match in. Under these circumstances getting out to a quick start is of the utmost importance. We responded to that challenge with solid golf throughout the line-up and were up 6-0 after the first 6 holes. Everybody played excellent golf and won or halved their match. Patrick Rowland nearly eagled the 6th hole and added a one foot birdie on the difficult 10th hole to close out his match.


St. Paul's



Score

Pts.

Spalding



Score

Pts.

1

Lou

Baker

'19

69

1.5

Chase

Goff

'18

69

1.5

2

Brandon

Wilson

'19

70

3

Scotty

Sellars

'20

82

0

Team

1

0

3

Joseph

Hudak

'19

73

2.5

Phillip

Maneval

'20

74

0.5

4

Palmer

Foote

'18

78

3

Sean

Kendall

'20

88

0

Team

1

0

5

TJ

Burkom

'21

76

1.5

John

Wampler

'20

77

1.5

6

Patrick

Rowland

'20

73

3

Alec

Foxen

'21

84

0

Team

1

Team

0

St. Paul's

17.5

Spalding

3.5

On Saturday, May 19th at 1:00pm we are scheduled to play the winner of the Gilman vs. Loyola semifinal match for the A Conference Varsity Golf Championship.




Varsity Tennis wrapped up a highly successful season with three players reaching the semifinals of the MIAA tournament. Jeremiah Williams, Desai Oula, and Jake Trone all fought hard against tough Calvert Hall opponents ultimately falling in two sets. The team would like to thank all those who came out to support a great season.

Varsity golf will host Spalding today in the MIAA golf semi-finals at BCC at 3:00. If you plan to attend please remember we are guests of BCC. Drive slowly, keep your music down and you must wear a collar shirt that is tucked in. the team would love to see some people attend.


Jv lacrosse defeated John Carroll yesterday 5-2

The Crusader Clax squad pulled off a stunning 6-5 upset of the highly ranked Loyola Clax team. The many errant passes led to several new ground-ball records in the venerable history of our Clax program. Every player on the roster—which almost doubles in size on game days—contributed to this important win, exciting to the last moment as the Crusaders ran out the clock to secure the victory. Clax next takes on FCA before a rematch with the Dons.

JV Golf lost to Calvert Hall 14.5 - 6.5

Jv baseball lost to Loyola yesterday 19-2.

Varsity Golf Defeats Calvert Hall 14.5 - 6.5

Varsity golf hosted Calvert Hall at Baltimore Country Club on Thursday when the weather once again reverted to all too familiar cold and windy ways. Lou Baker swept his match at the #1 spot. At the #2 spot, Brandon Wilson's match came down to the last hole and after two perfect shots was able to lag from 15 feet to secure a birdie and won the hole. Joseph Hudak and Palmer Foote both came back from being 2 down at the halfway mark and evened their respective matches up on the final green. Palmer holed a downhill 10 footer for birdie after Joseph holed a 40 foot putt for eagle. Patrick Rowland halved his match and TJ Burkom got 2.5 out of 3 points in his match.


St. Paul's



Score

Pts.

Calvert Hall



Score

Pts.

1

Lou

Baker

'19

70

3

Harrison

Silva

'20

76

0

2

Brandon

Wilson

'19

72

2.5

Austin

Steckler

'20

74

0.5

Team

1

0

3

Joseph

Hudak

'19

79

1.5

Michael

Crowley

'18

79

1.5

4

Palmer

Foote

'18

85

1.5

Evan

Crum

'18

85

1.5

Team

0

1

5

Patrick

Rowland

'20

88

1.5

Pat

Hurdle

'19

85

1.5

6

TJ

Burkom

'21

85

2.5

Josh

Hubbard

'18

89

0.5

Team

1

Team

0

St. Paul's

14.5

Calvert Hall

6.5

Our record in the A conference is now 7-0-1. Next week is the MIAA Individual Stroke Play tournament with the first round on Monday, April 23rd at Eagle's Nest and the second round is scheduled to be played on Wednesday, April 25th at Elkridge GC.

St. Paul's lost to Loyola 11-4. Errors hurt the Crusaders early. Kevin Madden helped lead the way offensively.



Varsity tennis is participating in the MIAA individual tournament this week. Yesterday Jeremiah Williams, Desai Oula and Jake Trone all won their first round matches and moved to today's semi-final round. I encourage you to stop down and see some great tennis.

Blue lacrosse put up a valiant effort Monday versus a strong McDonogh team. The Crusaders jumped out to a 4-1 lead and held a two-goal lead several times in the game, before finally succumbing to the host Eagles 11-10. Ryan Kness played a solid game in the net, turning back several McDonogh shooters. Braeden Klausner, Kabe Clark, Byron Newman, Chase Popel, Charlie Garliss, and Ryan Auman all contributed to the Crusader scoring column. Andrew Maupin and his wingmen dominated the faceoffs, and Sam Evins led the defensive effort. Overall, the boys played with great determination, heart, and teamwork. The Blue lacrosse team plays their final game Wednesday at home against Cockeysville Middle School

The Gold Lacrosse boys took to the field for their last week of lacrosse, and we were ready to give it our all against Franklin MS. The game started out with Franklin using their size to score first, but St. Paul's took advantage of a defensive breakdown, and Braeden Ballenger got us on the board to tie the game at one apiece. Franklin scored two straight goals, but Braeden once again came to the rescue and dodged by his defender and scored to make the score 3-2 headed into the second period. Two goals by Matthew Marino, sandwiched around a Cadigan Kimball goal, and St. Paul's had it's first lead of the day. After a few goals by Franklin, and another by St. Paul's, we went into the halftime break tied at 7-7. Marino's last goal of the half was a 45 yard rip from near midfield, surprising their goalie and getting us the much needed emotional lift.

As the second half started, Franklin scored twice taking a commanding 9-7 lead and putting the Gold team on their heals. After a St. Paul's timeout, the team refocused itself on stopping Franklin's big attack man, and sliding early to their dodgers up top. Quinn Matthews, Godwin Burger, Grant Willie, Thomas Boone, Will King, and Mason Bortner rose to the challenge, and repeatedly thwarted shot after shot from Franklin. Now, it was our time to shine. The fourth quarter started with Matthew Marino scoring on a great low, flip from the crease, and George Hardy ripping a 14 yard laser to tie the game, and Cadigan Kimball scored from a dodge from behind to put St. Paul's up 10-9. The last three minutes were stressful as we did everything in our power to turn the game over to Franklin. It was not meant to be as North Carroll made a big save, and Declan Brady made a strong clear to give us possession, and close out the game for a 10-9 victory over Franklin MS. Proud of this team, and proud of their resiliency, they showed up today to win, and win they did in heroic fashion.

SP Blue Tennis pulled off a close win 4-3 against Loyola yesterday afternoon. Please congratulate the following players on their matches:

#1 Singles: Hao C. 3-8 (L)

#2 Singles: Dessian O. 8-1 (W)

#3 Singles: Trey W. 8-0 (W)

#4 Singles: Vlad S 8-2 (W)

#1 Doubles: Braeden H. & Joseph M. 8-7 (L)

#2 Doubles: Russell S. & James V. 8-3 (L)

#3 Doubles: Carson F. & Isaac L. 8-6 (W)


St. Paul's won it's first ever MIAA Track & Field Championship!

After 2 days and 18 events, SP defeated all 10 B conference teams. SP won with 162 points. 2nd - Pallotti 145pts, 3rd - John Carroll 111pts, 4th - Severn 92pts, 5th - St. John's 41 pts.

SP led by its seniors set the tone early on Saturday morning in the field events. Kesler and Piazza scored 10 pts In Shot Put, with Kelsey in 3rd place.

AJ Sawyer jumped 20' to take 2nd place in the Long Jump followed by Trayon Wright's 19' to take 3rd place.

Everette McDuffie took 1st place in both the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles, making him the only athlete with 3 first place finishes (Triple Jump on Wed). Everette actually tripped on the 5th hurdle, doing an entire forward roll before regaining momentum and still easily winning.

Ethan Shaffer took 3rd in the 300 hurdles.

Phillip Heflin ran. 4:39 mile to take 2nd place in the mile, and Timmy Knott ran an amazing 800m to take 1st place!

Jordan Steinbach who got hurt early in the long jump, limped through the 4x100 and 4x400 to make sure our team scored. David Kelly ran a 52 sec 400m for 3rd place.

This was SP's first year in the MIAA, an Amazing performance for our 37 guys who compete at a very high level considering they have no track. Please congratulate our boys on a wonderful season!

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