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Mt. Hebron field hockey notches shutout victory over Howard

Mt. Hebron’s 5-0 victory over Howard on Wednesday keeps the Vikings in the thick of the county title race. With two county games left in the season, Mt. Hebron and Glenelg are tied with 8-1 county records.

Katie Anderson had a hat trick in the victory over Howard. Molly Bishop and Lauren Schaaf also scored.

Howard goalkeeper Allison Jakubek had seven saves.

Mt. Hebron 5, Howard 0

Goals: MH – Katie Anderson 3, Molly Bishop, Lauren Schaaf. Ho – none.

Assists: MH – Tianna Wallpher, Molly Bishop, Natalie Fyock.

Saves: MH – Chachi Kelehan 4. Ho – Allison Jakubek 7.

Other score:

Glenelg Country 2, John Carroll 0

A day after losing to Seton Keough in overtime, Glenelg Country School bounced back to beat John Carroll in an IAAM B Conference game. John Carroll tested Glenelg Country goalie Kelly Johnson, but she made 18 saves to maintain the shutout.

Goals:  GCS -  Alyssa Arnold, Marissa Burks. JC – none.

Assists: GCS – Megan Hooper, Lauren Smith.

Saves: GCS – Kelly Johnson 18. JC – not available.

Halftime: tied, 0-0.


Standings (as of Oct. 9)

Mt. Hebron, 8-1 county, 11-1 overall

Glenelg, 8-1, 10-2

Marriotts Ridge, 7-2, 10-2

Atholton, 7-2, 8-2

River Hill, 6-3, 7-4

Centennial, 5-4, 6-5

Long Reach, 4-5, 6-6

Howard, 4-5, 4-5

Reservoir, 3-6, 4-8

Oakland Mills, 1-8, 3-9

Hammond, 1-8, 1-9

Wilde Lake, 0-9, 0-10

Glenelg Country, 5-3 IAAM B, 6-4.

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