Glenelg (1-3) notched its first win of the season with a 9-3 victory over Wilde Lake/Hammond/Oakland Mills (1-3). Senior goaltenders Tyler Hough (19 shots, 17 saves) and Stephen Condor (4 shots, 3 saves) were in net for Glenelg, with the scoring provided by Carlos Ramirez (1 goal, 2 assists), Charles Harrison (1 goal, 4 assists), Simon King (1 goal), Jake Valenze (2 goals), Jun Park (2 goals), Johnny Lyons (2 goals), Blake Heuer (2 assists), William Dalton Hawkins (2 assists), Drew Shaffer (2 assists), Tyler Stickley (1 assist) and Holly Erbe (1 assist).
Senior Andrew Amick scored all three of WHO's goals, with assists by Zach Johnson, Nalani Gallaher, Kat Mackey and Alexa Kanakry. Kanakry, WHO's goaltender, now has three assists in four games. She also faced 33 shots, making 24 saves in the losing effort.
Long Reach (3-0) continued its winning streak with a 9-1 victory over Mt. Hebron (0-2-1). The Lightning leaders were Pete Dudley (six goals, assist) and Jansen Earle (three goals, assist) with assists by Jeff Dudley, Robby Ouellette, Thomas Reboullet and Dominic Sesto. Connor DuBois scored Mt. Hebron's only goal with an assist by Mason Lichliter. Long Reach goalie Josh Fleming saved eleven of the twelve shots on net while Mt. Hebron's net time was split between Kasper Nilsson (27 shots, 8 goals) and Kevin Duke (4 shots, 1 goal).
Marriotts Ridge (3-0) defeated River Hill (2-2), 8-4, on Dec. 9. Kyler Barrett and Jon Hoskins each scored one goal for the Mustangs, while Jason Winik, Matt McNutt and Kyle Davis each scored two. Kyler Barrett (four), Kyle Davis (three), Jason Winik (two), Daniel Beschner (two), Troy Dunkle (one) and Hoskins (one) all had assists. River Hill goals were scored by Matt Gray (two), Nicholas Vukmer and Zachary Lynes with assists by Casey Carpenter and Gray. Marriotts Ridge goalie Dylan Schoen was peppered with 27 shots, allowing four, and River Hill's Will Barrett faced 20 shots, saving 12.
The Dragons mens basketball team split games this weekend, defeating Pittsburgh Community College, 75-58, and falling to Davidson, 95-80.
The women, meanwhile, dropped a pair of games, 68-50 to Westchester and 72-46 to Eerie Community College.
This weekend, Dec. 16 and 17, the women will take on the field at the Passaic Tournament while the men host Northern Virginia Community College Wednesday, Dec. 21, at 7 p.m.
On Jan. 4, the Dragons will host Montgomery-Rockville Community College for a double header with the women taking the court at 5 p.m. and the men at 7:30 p.m.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun