In Northern Virginia, Westfield right-hander Joe Clancy put together a stellar performance by striking out 15 batters in a complete game win Tuesday. The senior carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning.
The Bulldogs have not allowed a run this season, propelling them into this week’s Top 10.
St. John’s appears to be the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference’s top team, beating DeMatha, 14-0, on Saturday in a rematch of last year’s league championship.
Potomac School and Howard, which entered this season as top state contenders, suffered early-season defeats, while seven ranked teams remain undefeated entering the bulk of their respective conference schedules.
In a rematch of last year’s WCAC championship, the Cadets topped DeMatha, 14-0.
The Bobcats won back-to-back games by multiple runs for the first time this season.
Coach Sean Davis’s squad topped Springbrook and Northwood by a combined score of 57-0.
George Mason commit Lyle Miller-Green scored three runs and homered in the Bruins’ 10-0 win over W.T. Woodson.
Following up their victory over Northern, the Hurricanes beat Chopticon, 10-7.
Joe Clancy struck out 15 batters in the Bulldogs’ 3-0 win against Centreville.
Virginia commit Riley Eikhoff notched four RBI in the Pioneers’ win over Stonewall Jackson.
Outfielder Joe Eisenberg knocked a grand slam in the Barons’ victory over Kennedy.
Duke commit Collin Bosley-Smith allowed no earned runs in five innings in the Tigers’ 7-3 win over DeMatha.
Outfielder Mason Davidson is hitting .600 with 12 RBI.
On the bubble: Potomac (Va.), Howard, Whitman.