Glen Burnie (6-2) has had a rough week as the metro area's No. 1 softball team.
The Gophers lost, 11-6, to unranked Northeast on Tuesday, and host No. 8 Broadneck put together a five-run rally in the fourth Thursday to beat them, 5-1.
Eagles right-hander Emilee Pslueger (4-3) gave up one unearned run in the first inning before settling down. She gave up six hits and two walks and struck out three.
Broadneck's Nicole Blackwell hit an RBI double in the five-run fourth-inning rally.
No. 2 Seton Keough 2, No. 14 Mount de Sales 1: Robi Zimmerman pitched a complete game with six strikeouts, and Bridget O'Malley and Tiffany Kahl (2-for-3) hit doubles in the first inning for the host Gators (6-2).
The Sailors (6-4) and Seton Keough scored all their runs in the first.
River Hill 17, Oakland Mills 0: Freshman Sabrina Curtis worked four innings and struck out five, and Ashley Selby pitched one inning of relief as the host Hawks shut out the Scorpions. Katie Woolls (2-for-4) had a double and an RBI for River Hill, which led 10-0 after two innings.
Chesapeake-AA 11, Southern 0: Emily Muller (2-2) pitched a five-inning shutout for the visiting Cougars (5-5). The Bulldogs fell to 3-5.
No. 1 Calvert Hall 10, McDonogh 1: Alex Murphy hit two home runs and the top-ranked Cardinals (8-1) beat the Eagles.
South River 3, No. 8 Northeast 0: A scoreless duel ended when Jake Gratz hit an RBI single with two out in the bottom of the sixth for the host Seahawks (7-2). Austin Wright followed with a two-run double. Scott Mitchell worked seven innings, gave up five hits and one walk, and struck out seven. The Eagles fell to 8-2.
Glenelg Country School 10, Baltimore Lutheran 0: Jack Dougherty struck out nine in a five-inning no-hitter for the visiting Dragons. Will Seiferth hit an RBI triple in the first inning. Glenelg Country School extended its 1-0 lead with a seven-run second inning.
Fallston 6, Elkton 5: Winner John Hetterman (2-1) pitched 52/3 innings, striking out eight for the host Cougars. Fallston scored four runs in the first inning and held off a late rally in the sixth to win.
New Town 15, Western Tech 0: Donnell Green scored four goals and Prosper Odilatu had two goals and two assists to lead the host Titans (3-1) past the Wolverines (1-4).
Poly 19, Patterson 0: Nicholas Costas made 10 saves as the host Engineers (6-1) shut out the Clippers.
Malik Embree led the Poly offense with six goals and seven assists.
Kenwood 15, Sparrows Point 7: Jordan Boller had seven goals to power the host Bluebirds past the Pointers.
No. 12 C. Milton Wright 10, Fallston 6: Katie Gallagher scored four goals to lead the visiting Mustangs (5-2) past the Cougars. C.M. Wright led 6-3 at the half.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times