WASHINGTON D.C. – D.C. United fell to FC Dallas, 3-0 on Mar. 26. D.C. United failed to net a goal despite attempting 15 shots (two on goal). Michael Barrios of FC Dallas scored two goals, while teammate Mauro Diaz accounted for two assists to help lead his team to victory. D.C. United will be back […]
WASHINGTON D.C. – D.C. United fell to FC Dallas, 3-0 on Mar. 26. D.C. United failed to net a goal despite attempting 15 shots (two on goal).
Michael Barrios of FC Dallas scored two goals, while teammate Mauro Diaz accounted for two assists to help lead his team to victory. D.C. United will be back in action against San Jose on April 2.
Riverdale Baptist’s baseball squad shut out NOVA HomeSchool, 12-0 on Mar. 26. Riverdale senior pitcher Chris Caulfield earned his fourth win of the season (4-0). Riverdale junior Jose Rivera was perfect at the plate (4-for-4) and he accounted for two runs and five RBI.
Charles H. Flowers’ baseball team defeated Friendly, 12-0 on Mar. 24. Flowers freshman Tremayne Cobb, Jr. pitched three innings and struck out six out of the 11 batters he faced. Cobb was also a force to be reckoned with offensively as he had two hits and scored two runs.
On March 24, Northwestern struggled with Largo, but pulled through in the end to win by a final score of 13-9. Northwestern looked as if they would dominate Largo from start to finish, as the Wildcats were up 5-2 at the time. However, trailing by two at the start of the fifth, Northwestern took the lead by putting three on the board. Rafael Calcano pitched six innings for Northwestern to secure the win and had 13 strikeouts. Northwestern is now 2-1. Its next game is at home against Potomac High School on April 6.
Elizabeth Seton’s softball team shut out Holy Cross, 15-0 on March 23. Seton senior catcher Leslie Lopez was on fire with three hits and two RBI by game’s end. Another player for Seton who had a big game was freshman infielder Amelia Theobald. Theobald accounted for one hit, two runs scored and two RBI. Elizabeth Seton will face Paul VI on April 4.
Bowie State’s bowling squad has won its second consecutive CIAA Bowling Championship title by defeating Fayetteville State University in the championship round. The Bulldogs’ Makyra Bankston was named the Most Valuable Player. The CIAA Bowling Championship All-Tournament team also included teammates Sierra Davis and Diamond Carter.