Halftime: Atholton, 9-0.

Other games:

Marriotts Ridge 3, South Carroll 1

Marriotts Ridge broke away from a 1-1 halftime tie to defeat South Carroll, 3-1. Marriotts Ridge goalie Sophie Hamilton saw little action in the game; she made one save. 


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Goals: MR — Maddie Courtney, Jenna Kerr, Kelly Ingersoll. SC — Katie Cooper.

Assists: MR — Kelly Ingersoll, Maddie Courtney, Joan Condron. SC — none.

Saves: MR — Sophia Hamilton 1. SC — Rebecca Picanso 20.

Halftime: tied, 1-1.

Northeast 7, Wilde Lake 3

Brittany Kuntz had two goals and assisted on another but it wasn’t enough as Wilde Lake lost to Northeast, 7-3.

“Both teams really worked the ball back and forth through the midfield,” said Wilde Lake coach Samantha McElvaney, who noted that the Wildecats’ passing was on point.

Northeast had a 5-2 halftime lead. The second half was more even.

“Our team has come a long way with passing through and working it out of the backfield,” McElvaney said. “We played really, really well.”

Goals: N — Hallikas 2, Plunkett, Schultz, Carr, Thurfield, Walter. WL — Brittany Kuntz 2, Bridget Cavanaugh.

Assists: N — not available.  WL — Kuntz.

Saves: N — Craft 3. WL — Paige Boyer 7.

Halftime: Northeast, 5-2.

Oakland Mills 3,  Lansdowne 0

Oakland Mills opened its season with a 3-0 shutout victory over Lansdowne.

“We had a bunch of shots on goal,” said Oakland Mills coach Nikki Trunzo, indicating that the score could have been worse. “We dominated but we could not put the ball in the cage.”

At one point Oakland Mills had six corners in three minutes.

Jordan Kerr provided assists to Christina Weston, Olivia Eldridge and Christina Devine. Keeper Erin Hull made three saves.

Old Mill 11, Hammond 0

Inexperience caught up to Hammond.

“We played a very tough game, never giving up,” said Hammond coach Terry Smith. “I have a great group of very positive and highly motivated and extremely supportive young ladies.”

First-year player, Brooke Britt made 12 saves in her debut as a goalkeeper. She was filling in for Hammond’s two injured goalkeepers.