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DeMatha baseball upset in WCAC playoffs

On Sunday, the DeMatha Catholic High School baseball team saw its bid for a second straight Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title come to an early end when the Stags were defeated by Our Lady of Good Counsel 5-4 at Riverdale Recreation Park. DeMatha (15-9) should compete in the eight-team Maryland Private Schools Championships May 18-24.

“Both teams got nine hits, but they got timely hits and we left too many runners on base,” DeMatha coach Sean O’Connor said. “I think we struck out too many times. We had runners on base every inning, but we left them there too often. I know it was disappointing for our seniors. They’re a great group of kids and I know they didn’t want the league playoffs to end this way.”

— Ted Black

Bowie native wins IAAM A golf title

Bowie resident Micaa Thomas, a junior at Archbishop Spalding, shot a two-under-par round of 34 for nine holes to win the individual title of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference golf championships on Monday at Fox Hollow Golf Course. Thomas also helped the Cavaliers capture the girls’ team title.

— Ted Black

Athletes sign with PGCC

On May 1, seven county residents signed national letters of intent to play for the Prince George’s Community College women’s basketball team in 2014-15. Marsalis Carter (Potomac), Samantha Spencer (Parkdale), Diane White (Douglass), Dekymma Henderson (Laurel), Keyonna Williams (Laurel), Tierra Hawkins (Forestville), Ashley Kelly (Suitland) and Valerie Mallory (Anacostia) signed.

— Ted Black

Pallotti baseball wins with perfection

St. Vincent Pallotti sophomore pitcher Rob Colvin recorded a five-inning perfect game Monday and the Panthers defeated Baltimore Lutheran 10-0. Colvin struck out nine batters and needed only 41 pitches to retire all 15 batters he faced.

— Ted Black