Glenelg bounced Centennial, 8-1, in the Friday night Game of the Week. The Gladiators scored four in the first period (J. Lyons, M. Retzbach, J. Park, 2), and added four more in the second (J. Lyons, G. Birsa, M. Retzbach and G. Taylor). Danny Sterenberg scored Centennial's third period power play goal (assisted by Chang and Pomeranz). Glenelg's goalie, Chris Dillon, stopped eight shots, while Centennial's Owen Marcinek stopped 44.
Atholton slipped past Reservoir, 7-1. Max Bryant and Quentin Jones both scored their first goals for the Raiders this season, while Ryan Olsen racked up four assists. Trent Teodori had the lone unassisted goal for the Gators.
Atholton then went on to defeat Marriotts Ridge, 5-2, to remain undefeated. Eric Winik scored two unassisted goals for the Mustangs. Atholton goals were scored by Matt Haney, Jason Pazulski, Tre' White, Kyle Jacobs and Ryan Olsen. Raider goalies Matt Schaab and Kyle Brinker defended the Atholton goal. Brandon Barrett made 25 saves for the Mustangs.
The Howard Lions doubled up Long Reach, 8-4. Howard's Doug Noonan capitalized on a power play to put the first tally on the board. Anthony Valenza recorded a hat trick, and Dominic Sesto also scored for the Lightning. Patrick Roy, Erik Davis (hat trick), David Boudjeda and Matt Taylor all scored to clinch the win for the Lions. Howard goalie Alex Oslund faced 27 shots during the game.
Glenelg edged WHO (Wilde Lake, Hammond, Oakland Mills), 4-3. Early on, Ryan Allison and Aaron Matthews gave WHO a two-goal advantage. With just under four minutes left in the second, Glenelg would add a tally to the board on a power play by Johnny Lyons (assisted by K. Hudson). Griffin Birsa (assisted by Park) tied it up for Glenelg in the third. Liam Doherty (assisted by Allison) gave WHO back the lead. Less than a minute and a half later, Johnny Lyons tied it back up for Glenelg. At 4:49 in the third period, Glenelg's Gabe Taylor (assisted by Cipolla) put one between the pipes for the game-winning goal. WHO's goalie, Alexa Kanakry, stopped 31 shots, while Glenelg's net minder, Chris Dillon, blocked 20.
River Hill took down Reservoir, 11-2. Five minutes into the first period, Reservoir's Trent Teodori (assisted by R. Kuruvilla) scored to put the Gators out to an early lead. River Hill answered back with three goals of its own, scored by Dan Schulman, Liam Pedersen and Phillip Shebel. Teodori scored again five minutes into the second period. Unfortunately for the Gators, the Hawks put eight more in the net. Will Barrett, River Hill's goalie, faced 18 shots. Kris Westland stopped 29 for Reservoir.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun