Emily Mohammad posted a pair of goals and Harley Jacobs added another score off assists from Rebecca Verdi, Christina Kendig, and Julia Bagnell in Old Mill’s 3-1 victory over Northeast on Thursday.
Kinlee Bruns netted Northeast’s first-half goal and Sydney Bell stopped six shots for the Eagles (2-5-1).
SOUTH RIVER 10, GLEN BURNIE 0: Madeline Lenkart and Kylie Lopez each scored a pair of goals, followed by single goals from Elizabeth Gleeson, Riley Dillahay, Lydia Boyer, Cat Scamurra, Kayley Feldhausen, and Lissette Carneiro for the Seahawks (7-2). Brooke McCormick came up with 12 saves for the Gophers (1-7-1).
SOUTHERN 4, MEADE 0: Sarah Reidlin scored on a free kick and had an assist and Alli VanSlyke, Brianne Potts and Kori Barnhill each scored for the Bulldogs.
Maddie Messina and Hannah Hayden had assists for Southern (4-3-1). Maddie Sturgell had three saves for Southern, while Meade’s Jenna Dade had 10 saves. Meade fell to 2-6-1.
ARUNDEL 6, ANNAPOLIS 0: Lauren Cummins and Tierney Crehan had two goals apiece to lead the Wildcats past the Panthers. Kelsi Ross and Grace Palmieri added goals for Arundel and Jenna Fulmer and Kenzie Kohrs had assists.
Arundel (3-7) outshot Annapolis (1-5-2), 18-3.
CHESAPEAKE 3, NORTH COUNTY 0: Haley Downin, Leia Black and Ashley Chew scored goals as the Cougars (5-4-1) blanked the Knights. Ellen Ziaja had two saves for Chesapeake, while Catherine Ault made 20 saves for North County (0-8).
PALLOTTI 6, INDIAN CREEK 1: Annie Shockley made 22 saves in the Eagles’ setback. Naomi Sheppard scored the lone goal off a penalty kick for Indian Creek, which had 24 shots.
SEVERN 4, BRYN MAWR 0: Michelle Money, Eileen Doherty, Reegan Morris and Mariah Saunders each had a goal for the Admirals (5-5-1, 4-3 IAAM B).
ST. MARY’S 3, CATHOLIC 1: Sarah DeWitt scored twice and Chloe Byrne also scored for the Saints (5-5-1). Shelby Sullivan stopped two shots. Catholic’s only goal came off a penalty kick.
PARK 5, AACS 0: Arissa Hendershot stopped eight shots for the Eagles (4-5-3).
ROCKBRIDGE 4, FCA 1: Mayowa Taiwo scored three goals and Alanna Craig tallied a goal and an assist as the undefeated Scots sealed their 11th victory. Leah Ball and Michaela Hughes combined for two saves.