Junior attack/midfielder Sarah Farrall scored six goals as Oakland Mills won its first game of the season. In a non-league contest Monday, the Scorpions needed overtime to defeat Meade, 13-11. Yasmeen Saad added three goals to the winning effort.
Oakland Mills 13, Meade 11 (OT)
Goals: OM — Sarah Farrall 6, Yasmeen Saad 3, Jordan Kerr 2, Jania Suryn 2. Meade — not available.
Saves: OM — Candace Hammond 3, Ashley Ramirez 3.
Chapelgate 12, FCA 7
Chapelgate pulled away from a 4-3 halftime lead to defeat Northern Maryland Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 12-7.
“At the start of the second half we began winning the draws and connecting on offense,” said Chapelgate coach Colleen Norton.
Chapelgate’s Emma Rufolo led all scorers with five goals. Katherine Cameron and Christina VanWingerden each had two goals for the Yellowjackets.
Gretchen Pabst scored three of FCA’s goals.
The victory moves Chapelgate to 4-0 on the season.
Goals: CCA — Emma Rufolo 5, Katherine Cameron 2, Christina VanWingerden 2, Abby Heffler, Julia DelCArmen, Jenna Winand. FCA — Gretchen Pabst 3, Leah Fondelheit, Olivia D, Emily Plack.
Assists: CCA — Jenna Winand.
Saves: CCA — Courtney Hayes 5. FCA — not available.
Halftime: Chapelgate, 4-3.
Reservoir 14, Edgewood 10
South Carroll 14, Wilde Lake 4
Mercy 12, Glenelg Country 9
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