Mallory Pappas, Megan Hooper and Alyssa Arnold each scored twice as Glenelg Country School defeated Seton Keough for the second time this spring. The score of Wednesday’s Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference game was 8-5.
Glenelg Country won the earlier meeting, 15-7.
Heading into a brief Easter break, the Dragons’ league record is 9-3.
Glenelg Country 8, Seton Keough 5
Goals: GCS — Mallory Pappas 2, Megan Hooper 2, Alyssa Arnold 2, Julia Sheehan, Jennifer Rushe. SK — Christine Tomasic 2, Emmi Webber, E. Lemanski, C. Giordano.
Assists: GCS — Alyssa Arnold, Mallory Pappas, Megan Hooper. SK — none.
Saves: GCS — Cameron Baumgardner 11. SK — S. Asseng 11,
Halftime: Glenelg Country, 4-3.
Chapelgate totally dominated Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, 15-0, in an IAAM C Conference game. Fourteen Chapelgate players scored and a 15th had an assist.
“We played a very well-rounded game today, collecting multiple caused turnovers and interceptions,” said Chapelgate coach Colleen Norton.
The Yellowjackets (7-4 league) were so in control that Mt. Carmel only crossed midfield five times and managed just one shot on goal.
Chapelgate 15, Mt. Carmel 0
Goals: CCA — Katie Rolewicz 2, Julia delCarmen, Abby Heffler, Christina VanWingerden, Emma Rufolo, Rachel delCarmen, Casey Garlic, Hailee Winand, Emma Linquist, Emily Frenz, Samantha Ricketts, Stephanie Dumas, Jenna Winand, Katherine Cameron. MC —none.
Assists: CCA — Emma Rufolo 2, Lexi Taylor.
Saves: CCA — Courtney Hayes 1. MC — Dawn Middleton 8.
Halftime: Chapelgate, 10-0.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun