Glenelg Country, Chapelgate win conference girls lacrosse games

After four consecutive losses to Indian Creek, including one in last year’s conference championship, Chapelgate found the win column, 9-2, on Monday.

In their final home game of the season, the Yellowjackets held the Eagles scoreless in the second half, something that is hard to do in a high-scoring game like girls lacrosse.

Ahead, 5-2, at the half, Chapelgate “came out even more determined,” said coach Colleen Norton.

The Yellowjackets’ defense, anchored by goalie Courtney Hayes (six saves), caused five turnovers and made three interceptions in keeping the reigning IAAM C Conference champions scoreless.

Emma Rufolo, Julia del Carmen and Abby Heffler each scored twice for Chapelgate, which upped its record to 6-4 in conference play.

Abbi O’Neil and Kacee Helm found the net for Indian Creek. The Eagles beat Chapelgate, 10-7, earlier this season.

Chapelgate 9, Indian Creek 2 

Goals: CCA — Emma Rufolo 2, Julia del Carmen 2, Abby Heffler 2, Jenna Winand, Katherine Cameron, Christina VanWingerden. IC — Abbi O’Neill, Kacee Helm.

Assists: CCA — Katherine Cameron, Emma Rufolo. IC — none.

Saves: CCA — Courtney Hayes 6. IC — Paige Kolbe 3.

Halftime: Chapelgate, 5-2.

Glenelg Country 9, IND 5

In an IAAM B Conference contest, Glenelg Country School pulled away from a 4-4 halftime tie to beat the Institute of Notre Dame for the second time this season.

Mallory Pappas had two goals and two assists for Glenelg Country; Marissa Burks also had two goals. Goalie Cameron Baumgardner came up with 16 saves.

Mackenzie Lane and Aurora Crum both scored twice for IND.

Goals: GCS — Marissa Burks 2, Mallory Pappas 2, Lizzie Rice 2, Megan Hooper, Julia Sheehan, Alyssa Arnold. IND — Mackenzie Lane 2, Aurora Crum 2, Haley Jackson.

Assists: GCS — Mallory Pappas 2, Alyssa Arnold 2, Julia Sheehan. IND — Haley Jackson 2.

Saves: GCS — Cameron Baumgardner 16. IND — Madeline Clark 6.

Halftime: tied, 4-4.

McDonogh 16, Marriotts Ridge 6

Marriotts Ridge’s 15-game win streak was bookended by a 16-9 loss to McDonogh Monday afternoon. McDonogh, the No. 1 team in Baltimore, dealt the Mustangs their only loss a year ago.

It was the 103rd consecutive victory for McDonogh, a mark that ties Mt. Hebron’s 2007 team and is one shy of Loch Raven’s 104 consecutive victories, which was set in 1982.

Goals: McD — Elizabeth George 5, Megan Whittle 3, Brindi Griffin 2, Aldave 2, Smith 2, Catie May, Cummings. MR — Carly Miller 4, Lexi Souder 2, Taylor Hensh 2, Jenna Kerr.

Assists: McD — Olivia Jenner 2, Elizabeth George, Smith. MR —  Jenna Kerr 3, Lexi Souder 2, Marissa Davey, Taylor Hensh.

Saves: McD — Gabbe Cadoux 10. MR — Rachel Ortell 17.

Halftime: McDonogh, 9-6.

Tuesday’s game:

Arundel at Centennial

(postponed; tentatively set for April 28)

Standings (as of April 15)

Mt. Hebron, 7-0 county, 8-0 overall

Marriotts Ridge, 7-0, 9-1

Glenelg, 6-1, 9-1

Centennial, 5-2, 5-2

Atholton, 4-2, 4-3

River Hill, 3-3, 4-4

Reservoir, 3-4, 4-4

Howard, 2-4, 2-5

Oakland Mills, 1-5, 2-5

Wilde Lake, 1-5, 1-6

Long Reach, 1-7, 1-7

Hammond, 0-7. 0-7

Glenelg Country, 8-3 (IAAM B), 8-3

Chapelgate, 6-4 (IAAM C), 8-4

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