George Washington

found itself down by two runs at

Saul

when Eddie Sabara stepped to the plate yesterday.

The Razorbacks' lead didn't last longer than that as Sabara hit a second-inning grand slam to right field that gave the Eagles the lead for good in a 17-5 Public League baseball win.

Sabara, a senior first baseman, finished with six RBIs on two hits. Teammate Marquis Murray was 4 for 5.

In other league games:

Frankford got a big day from Jeffry Bru in a 12-1 win over visiting Edison. Bru stroked a pair of doubles and a triple and scored three runs.

Micah Winterstein pitched a two-hitter and Mike Braun drove in four runs as Central routed host Lincoln, 17-0.

Roosevelt Castro went 4 for 4 with four RBIs as host West Philadelphia outlasted Martin Luther King, 13-10, giving Shawn Hoffman his first varsity win as head coach. Arsenio Gates pitched all seven innings for the Speedboys, striking out 14.

Malik Marell's three-run double in the third inning helped host Swenson break open a close game and pound Germantown, 11-1.

Bartram got four hits from Tom Lloyd and three more from Mike Divers in a 16-11 win over visiting Nueva Esperanza.

Suburban One National. Devon Bailey pitched a three-hitter for Bensalem in its 1-0 win over visiting North Penn.

Suburban One Continental. Kyle Greenwalt pitched a complete-game two-hitter and struck out 11 as host Souderton nipped Council Rock North, 2-0.

Nonleague. In Fort Pierce, Fla., Chestnut Hill Academy got a two-hit complete game from pitcher Michael Mattei in a 7-0 win over Buckingham, Brown and Nichols Prep (N.Y.). Anthony Cafagna was 3 for 3 with a pair of RBIs for the Blue Devils (7-1), who have won five of their six games in Florida.

Three pitched combined for a no-hitter in host Cardinal O'Hara's 10-0 win over Cardinal Dougherty. Mike Smith, who pitched the first three innings, was credited with the win.

Boys' Lacrosse

Jeff Merrill's school-record eight goals highlighted

Great Valley

's 18-2 nonleague win at

Marple Newtown

.

Softball

Dobbins

' Cheri Carter pitched a no-hitter and barely broke a sweat.

Carter pitched three innings, striking out four and walking none, as Dobbins overwhelmed visiting Olney, 18-1, in a Public League game.

Due to the 15-run rule, the game was stopped after three innings.

Ashley Robinson struck out 14 for Lincoln in its 8-1 win at Washington. Justine Pearson had two of the Railsplitters' four hits.

Edison scored six runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to close out a 13-3 win over visiting Frankford. The Owls (2-0) were led by Stephanie Adoro, who had four RBIs.

Alissa Williams, back from an injury after missing all of last season, returned in style by pitching a no-hitter for host Central in an 11-1 win over Northeast. Williams struck out eight.

Girls' Soccer

Kanesha McEwen scored twice, once on a corner kick, to lead host

University City

past

Freire Charter

, 3-1, in a Public League game.

McEwen's corner was wind-aided and took one bounce and hopped over the Freire Charter goalie. McEwen also scored on a direct kick.

Ellen Kaufmann's two goals proved to be the difference for Central in a 3-1 win at Masterman.

Philadelphia Academy Charter got three goals from Jessica Davies in an 8-0 win over visiting Bodine. The Chargers led, 7-0, at the half.

Girls' Lacrosse

Garnet Valley

's Adrienne Shaw scored four goals, including her career 200th, in a 13-4 Del-Val League win at

Harriton

.

Suburban One American. Mary Dean's six goals and five assists powered Cheltenham to a 17-4 win at rival Upper Moreland.