No. 11 Curley wins two at Broadneck Invitational; Broadneck and Old Mill each come away with one win
No. 11 Archbishop Curley baseball completed an impressive week by sweeping two games at the Broadneck Invitational, Saturday, downing Old Mill, 6-4, in the first game and hammering host Broadneck 15-6, in the second.
Curley (9-1) has now won nine straight since a season-opening loss to Riverdale Baptist and the Friars went 5-0 this week, including a 2-1 win over second-ranked Archbishop Spalding on Wednesday.
In the victory over Old Mill, Curley hit a pair of home runs as Trent Gast-Woodward got his first of the year and Paul Nixon hit his fourth. Nick Brown went 3-for-3 with a double, a hit by pitch and two RBI. Nick Richardson earned the win on the mound.
Against Broadneck, Tyler Locklear went 2-for-3, with two doubles and six RBI to pace the Curley lineup. Locklear also scored two runs and was hit by pitches twice.
It was the first loss of the year for both Broadneck and Old Mill, who are each now 3-1 on the season. Both teams defeated Cambridge-South Dorchester on Saturday with the Bruins winning 12-7 and the Patriots prevailing 11-5.
Broadneck’s Cameron Urlock was 4-for-4 with five runs and three RBI in the Bruins’ victory and Unlock also went 2-for-3 with two runs scored against Curley.
In Old Mill’s loss to Curley, Nick Cinquanto hit a double and a triple in three at bats, drove in three runs and scored one. He then went 3-for-3 with two more doubles, two runs scored and three RBI in the Patriots’ win over Cambridge. Ian Adams, who also doubled against Curley, went 3-for-3 against the Vikings with three runs scored and two RBI.
Pictured above: Curley senior Tyler Locklear hit two doubles and drove in six runs in Curley’s 15-6 win over Broadneck.