Mt. Hebron vs. Marriotts Ridge field hockey

Marriotts Ridge's Maddie Courtney (right) tries to get the ball away from Mt. Hebron's Ally Unkenholz. Mt. Hebron won Monday's game, 1-0. (Photo submitted by Renee Bishop / September 16, 2013)

In a contest between neighbors, Mt. Hebron defeated Marriotts Ridge, 1-0, Monday afternoon to remain undefeated. The loss was the first of the season for the Mustangs.

As might be expected, the game went back and forth and was scoreless at halftime.

Tianna Wallpher scored the winning goal with about 10 minutes left in the game. Natalie Fyock provided the assist.

“We definitely had our opportunities and we couldn’t finish,” said Marriotts Ridge coach Stacie Gado. “Once again our defense is holding us up.”

Mt. Hebron faces Long Reach, another undefeated team, Sept. 17 at Long Reach.

Mt. Hebron 1, Marriotts Ridge 0

Goals: MH – Tianna Wallpher. MR – none

Assists: MH – Natalie Fyock. MR – none.

Saves: MH – Chachi Kelehan 8. MR – Sophie Hamilton 12.

Halftime: tied, 0-0.

Around the league

Long Reach 7, Wilde Lake 3

Jess Bates had three goals and Sadie McClelland, Cloe Dixon and Lillie Miller had one each as Long Reach defeated Wilde Lake to remain unbeaten in county play.

Eileen Mee got Wilde Lake’s scoring started. Brittany Kuntz had a goal and two assists. Lauren Comeaux had the other Wildecat goal.

“It was a great offensive game on both teams’ part,” said Wilde Lake coach Samantha McElvaney. “Long Reach capitalized by pressuring the defensive 16-yard restarts.”

“Wilde Lake kept us on our toes,” said Long Reach coach Rashmi Bhanot. “Our attack and midfield did a great job of keeping us in the game.”

The Lightning midfield was led by Lillie Miller. Other key players were McClelland and Patricia Anderson.

Wilde Lake’s Shaelyn Cavanaugh had a great defensive save in the game.

Goals: LR – Jess Bates 3, Sadie McClelland, Cloe Dixon, Lillie Miller. WL – Eileen Mee, Brittany Kuntz, Lauren Comeaux.

Assists: LR – Sadie McClelland, Cloe Dixon, Niang Zo. WL – Brittany Kuntz 2.

Saves: LR – Nicole Cote 6. WL – Paige Boyer 7.

 

River Hill 1, Howard 0

Caleigh Covell scored with 4:44 left to play as River Hill edged Howard, 1-0. Covell was assisted by Emily Hamburger.

Howard got into its offensive circle but could not get the ball across the goal line.

Goals: RH – Caleigh Covell. Ho – none

Assists: RH – Emily Hamburger.

Saves: RH – Sierra Kelly 10. Ho – Allison Jakubek 14.

Halftime: tied, 0-0.

 

Glenelg Country 6, Annapolis Area Christian 0

It’s been nearly two weeks since the Glenelg Country School team has taken the field for a real game. The tournament the Dragons were supposed to play in was cancelled and last week’s game against Seton Keough was postponed due to weather.

The long layoff didn’t hurt the Dragons’ offense, however.

Tessa More knocked in a loose all near the cage to start what became a 6-0 shutout.

Glenelg Country dominated the game in offensive opportunities. The Dragons outshot AACS, 37-2, and had a 17-2 advantage on offensive penalty corners.

More had three goals in the game. Lauren Smith, Julia Sheehan and Gabi Hernandez also scored. It was the first varsity goal for both Sheehan and Hernandez.

The Glenelg County defense, led by seniors Mallory Pappas and Gillie Lynch as well as freshman Tokunbo Olanyian, left little for keeper Kelly Johnson (two saves) to do.

Goals: GCS – Tessa More 3, Lauren Smith, Julia Sheehan, Gabi Hernandez. AACS – none.

Assists: GCS – Lauren Smith, Marissa Burks, Hannah Veater.

Saves: GCS – Kelly Johnson 2. AACS – Durk 31.

Halftime: Glenelg Country, 3-0.

 

Atholton 8, Centennial 0

Rachel Day had four goals and an assist and Jaimie Cardea had a goal and three assists as Atholton easily defeated Centennial.

Goals: A – Rachel Day 4, Jaimie Cardea, Jen Bleakney, Gina D’Asto, Kristen Quinn. C – none.

Assists: A – Jaimie Cardea 3, Rachel Day, Kristen Quinn, Katie Fales.

Saves: A - Emily Clinch 2, Kaitlin Potter 1. C – Anna Cosentino 29.

 

Bel Air 2, Reservoir 1 (OT)

Stephanie Roth scored and Connie Chung made 20 saves, but Reservoir lost to Bel Air, 2-1, in overtime.

Goals: BA – Judy Yurkofsky, Scarry. Re – Stephanie Roth.

Assists: BA – Judy Yurkofsky. Re – Monica Lamm.

Saves: BA – Garcia 4, DeMinico 1. Re – Connie Chung 20.