“Our defense, lead by Kate Glaros, Annie Hudec, Becca Riley and Amy Radcliffe (was) tremendous throughout the entire game,” Procida said. “I give props to Long Reach. We knew the game wasn’t over until the last whistle sounded.
“They were fighting the entire time and have some very skilled players.”
Marriotts Ridge stayed perfect on the season, traveling to Mt. Hebron to take down the Vikings 2-1.
Just over midway through the first half, Taylor Hensh took the keeper one-on-one and scored. Maria Plano scored on a Sam Price corner kick for the Mustangs to go up 2-0 before intermission.
Mt. Hebron’s Kelly Richards took a throw-in and scored with 28 minutes remaining in the second half, which cut Marriotts Ridge’s lead to one.
“Overall, I was pleased with the effort put forth by my girls tonight,” said Mustangs coach Robin Grey. “We had a strong first half. Hebron came out more aggressive in the second half and kept us on our toes.”
Reservoir defeated Hammond 5-0 on the road. The Gators were playing back-to-back games for the first time all season.
“I think this was a bit tough, but again (I was) pleased with the team effort,” coach Josh Sullivan said.
Paola Rosa, Keri Rager, Delaney Reiff, Darci Fehr and Lilly Hermina all scored for Reservoir.
Rager notched three assists as well.
River Hill traveled to Oakland Mills, defeating the Scorpions 3-0.
Sheridan Street recorded one goal and one assist, and Callie Allen scored off a Madison Haugh assist. Jen Voyton also added a goal for the Hawks.
Glenelg Country improved to 4-0 on the season, defeating visiting Oldfields School 8-0.
Goals were scored by Catelyn Gamble, Deja Hursey, Karli Lawrence, Chloe Lewis, Kiersten Moore, Nicole Scruggs and Alex Swaim.
Assists were recorded by Hursey (3), Lewis and Moore.
Chapelgate drew 0-0 with Catholic. Katherine Cameron had 19 saves for the Yellowjackets.