Rachel Fleig scored the last of her three goals 2:40 into overtime as Chesapeake rallied from a two-goal deficit to defeat Arundel, 3-2, on Friday in field hockey.
The Cougars trailed by 2-0 with 15 minutes to play in regulation when Fleig hit her first goal. She scored again two minutes later to tie it at 2-2.
Riley Sullivan assisted on the overtime goal while Eryn Beal also had an assist.
“It was a great comeback,” said coach Joan Johnson, who got her first win over Arundel in five years as the Cougars’ coach.
Arundel (3-3-1) had taken a 2-0 lead early in the game on scores by Mikayla Bornaman and Nikki Seven.
Eve Vickery, with five saves, and Alexis Wade, with three, shared the goal-tending duties for the Cougars, who are now 5-2.
Tia Lysse had four saves for the Wildcats.
SEVERNA PARK 4, ST. PAUL’S 1: Four different players scored for Severna Park, which remained undefeated with a 4-1 victory over St. Paul’s.
Lila Slattery, Ashley Bellotte, Emme Sayers and Bella Blumenberg all scored for Severna Park (6-0). Megan Brannon had two assists for the Falcons.
Severna Park enjoyed a 31-1 shot advantage.
Severna Park led 3-1 at halftime.
SPALDING 6, BRYN MAWR 2: Margot Lawn scored four goals and assisted on another to lead the Cavaliers past the Owls.
Lily Grant and Shelby Bungarner also scored for the Cavs and Jenna Garden, Olivia Picirilli and Lindsay Beardmore had assists.
Jess Norton and Peri Crofton shared goal-tending duties and had three saves each.
The Cavaliers are now 5-2.
Lara Weinstein and CeCe Slaughter scored for Bryn Mawr.
SEVERN 2, ANNAPOLIS AREA CHRISTIAN 0: Devon Beagan and Sydney Kirchenheiter scored goals for the Admirals (3-2).
Jillian North had three saves and Olivia Smith made a stick save.
Arianna Crawley had 13 saves for the Eagles (2-3-2).
QUEEN ANNE’S 9, NORTHEAST 0: The Eagles fell to the Lions.