“I felt that we held a constant lead,” said Mt. Hebron coach Trish Derwart. “Maddie Fisher came up big in goal and anchored the defense,” she added.
Fisher had 13 saves in the game.
River Hill shifted the momentum its way early in the second half.
“We came out of halftime with some good fire, which was good to see,” said River Hill coach Kelly Berger.
Mt. Hebron regained control, dominated the draw and capitalized on possessions, according to Derwart.
Julia Collins was River Hill’s top scorer with two goals. The Hawks are now 3-1 overall while Mt. Hebron is 3-0.
“It’s early in the season, there are still a lot of games to be played and a lot of practices to be held,” Berger said.
Mt. Hebron 15, River Hill 6
Goals: MH – Sam Brookhart 3, Jen Giles 3, Jamie Schwartz 3, Jordan Stevens 3, Haley Sutton 2, Lauren Schaaf. RH – Julia Collins 2, Jenna Collins, Emily Hamburger, Kelly Maloney, Abigail Thielemann.
Assists: MH – Jamie Schwartz 3, Meghan Doherty, Kieran Kelleher, Soran Lalrson, Haley Sutton. RH – none.
Saves: MH – Maddie Fisher 13. RH – Stephanie Paxon 7.
Halftime: Mt. Hebron, 8-2.
Marriotts Ridge 17, Centennial 5
Marriotts Ridge overpowered Centennial, 17-5, as Zoe Stukenberg, Marissa Davey and Taylor Hensh each popped in four goals. Twelve of Marriotts Ridge’s goals were assisted.
Martha Hutzell, Alicia Hsieh, Grace Paterson, Megan Oliver and Dani Wilson had single tallies for Centennial.
Goals: MR – Zoe Stukenberg 4, Marissa Davey 4, Taylor Hensh 4, Alexis Zadjura, Maggie Brooks, Alex McKay, Lexi Souder, Jenna Kerr. C – Martha Hutzell, Alicia Hsieh, Grace Paterson, Megan Oliver, Dani Wilson.
Assists: MR – Maggie Brooks 3, Caroline Corbliss 2, Taylor Hensh 2, Jenna Kerr, Zoe Stukenberg, Marissa Davey, Olivia Geiger, Alexis Zadjura.
Saves: MR – Rachel Ortell 6. C – Maddie Albornoz 3, Anna Cosentino 3.