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April 23, 2024
By: Chris Pika

Next A Conference Game of the Week:
Tuesday, April 23rd @ 4:15pm




Races continue to be tight in all three MIAA divisions with key games on the horizon this week.

Boys’ Latin (6-0) leads the way in the A Conference, while both Gilman and Calvert Hall are 4-1. Right behind that group is Archbishop Spalding and McDonogh, each at 4-2, and St. Paul’s is in the mix at 3-2.

The Kelly Benefits MIAA Game of the Week Tuesday is a massive matchup as McDonogh is at Boys’ Latin at 4:15 pm, livestreamed on, Blackbyrd Events YouTube channel, ForTheFan Network, Lacrosse TV and WBAL-TV Very Local app. The Lakers will try to stay undefeated in the conference, while McDonogh needs a victory to stay in the top six.

Another key game Tuesday is a battle of the current second-place teams as Calvert Hall visits Gilman.
Last Friday in the Game of the Week, McDonogh broke a two-game losing streak with a 16-6 victory over Loyola (2-3). Luke Miller scored four goals and added an assist for the Eagles.

Other A Conference games Friday saw Boys’ Latin beat St. Mary’s (0-6) 9-5, and Archbishop Spalding defeated John Carroll (1-5) 16-9.

Saturday, one of the most entertaining games of the season happened at Gilman as St. Paul’s gave Gilman its first conference loss of the season with a 17-15 decision. Jack Iannantuono posted a five-goal game with an assist, including a key goal with 32 seconds to play to halt a Greyhounds late rally. Jay Wilkerson scored five times for Gilman.
Other games Tuesday in the A have St. Mary’s at Mount St. Joseph (1-4), John Carroll at Loyola and Severn (1-4) at St. Paul’s.

This Friday, Calvert Hall travels to St. Paul’s, McDonogh is at Mount St. Joseph, Archbishop Spalding visits Severn, Gilman hosts Loyola and John Carroll hosts St. Mary’s.

In the B Conference, unbeaten Archbishop Curley (5-0) and Saints Peter & Paul (4-0) hold the advantage near the halfway point of the league schedule. St. Vincent Pallotti (3-2) is third, while Park and Gerstell are tied for fourth at 1-3.
Tuesday at 4 pm, Curley hosts Saints Peter & Paul, and the winner will be the only remaining undefeated team in the B Conference. Also, St. Vincent Pallotti hosts Gerstell in another important game between teams in the current top four. Wednesday, Park travels to Indian Creek (0-5).

Last Saturday, Saints Peter & Paul stayed unbeaten in B play after a 12-6 home victory over St. Vincent Pallotti. The day before, Curley also stayed perfect in league action with a 15-8 decision over Gerstell. Saints Peter & Paul also beat Indian Creek 19-7, and St. Vincent Pallotti survived a 10-9 victory over Park.

This Friday, Park visits Gerstell, and Saints Peter & Paul head to Pallotti in conference clashes.

Looking at the C Conference, St. John’s Catholic Prep holds the top spot with a 5-0 record, while Concordia Prep is second at 6-1. Glenelg Country is third at 4-2, and there is a three-way tie for fourth as Annapolis Area Christian, Friends and Key all hold 3-2 league marks.

Tuesday, Friends visits St. John’s, while Key heads to Concordia Prep in games that have huge implications on the order of the top six. Also, Annapolis Area Christian hosts Mount Carmel (0-4).

Friday, Mount Carmel hosts St. John’s, Glenelg Country goes to Chapelgate Christian (1-4) and Cristo Rey (0-5) travels to Annapolis Area Christian.

In the most recent C Conference games, Concordia Prep defeated Chapelgate Christian 26-3 last Friday, and St. John’s shut out Cristo Rey 15-0 Monday afternoon.

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