(championship)

Goals: Ha — Brigid Mangan 4, Zoe Pekins 4, Keara Miller 2. P — Anna Cardarella 6, Tessa Hom, Carly Tweed.

Assists: Ha — Zoe Pekins. P — Tessa Hom.

Saves: Ha — Tina Asare 8, Ewurafua Asiedu 4. P — not available.


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Halftime: Hammond, 5-1.

Oakland Mills 12, Meade 10

(consolation)

First round

Hammond 6, Meade 5

Goals:  Ha — Keara Miller 2, Brigid Mangan 2, Zoe Pekins 2. M —Kristi King 2, Abigael Kigame, Nicole Krug, Averi Ayala.

Saves: Ha — Ewurafua Asiedu 5, Tina Asare 5. M — Alexis Clark 0, Karen Harris 5.

Halftime: Hammond, 3-1.

First round

Patapsco 13, Oakland Mills 10

Goals: P — Carly Tweed 4, Anna Cardarella 4, Tessa Hom, Julianna Darpino. OM — Sarah Farrall 5, Jordan Kerr 4, Yasmeen Saad 1. 

Fight for 5 Tournament

McDonogh, the No. 1 team in Maryland and the top team in the nation, extended its win streak to a national record 106 games by defeating North Harford and Mt. Hebron in the Fight for 5 tournament.

McDonogh’s win streak betters Mt. Hebron’s 103-game win streak (set in 2007) and Loch Raven’s 104 (set in 1982).

As irony would have it, McDonogh coach Chris Robinson is a graduate of Loch Raven and the Mt. Hebron win streak started when he was coaching there.

McDonogh 15, Mt. Hebron 7