Long Reach 15, City 6
Lillie Miller (six goals) and Imani Sanders (five) were a formidable 1-2 punch on offense as the Lighting defeated Baltimore City College, 15-6.
Goals: LR — Lillie Miller 6, Imani Sanders 5, Olivia Carroll 2, Nicole Coté, Sadie McClelland. C — not available.
Saves: LR — Samantha Salenieks 7. C— not available.
Howard 19, Oakland Mills 4
Goals: Ho — Maddie Regal 4, Rosie O’Connor 3, Ella Orzechowski 2, Katie Schluederberg 2, Kendall Wells 2, Kelsey Savje 2, Kelly Aquino, Abbey Groft, Catherine Sims, Grace Regal. OM — Jordan Kerr 2, Yasmeen Saad, Jania Suryn.
River Hill 12, Atholton 9
River Hill’s transition attack found holes in Atholtn’s transition defense as the Hawks defeated the Raiders, 12-9, on Monday.
“We came out flat and did not play with a lot o enthusiasm, intensity or focus,” said Atholton coach Crystal Shelley. Playing on a Monday without practice the day before is always hard, she added.
Goals: RH — Emily Hamburger 4, Jenna Collins 3, Dana Stevens 2, Julia Collins, Katie Caddigan, Halley Seabold. A — Meaghan Quinn 6, Rachel Foster, Alanna Quinn, Rebecca Weinberg.
Assists: RH — Julia Collins, Emily Hamburger. A — Rachel Foster 2, Ashley Martin, Meaghan Quinn.
Saves: RH — Annie Maloney 9. A — Yasi Brewer 11 saves.
Friends 13, Glenelg Country 10
Friends used five goals from Abby Corkum and four from Rachel Kehoe to defeat Glenelg Country School, 13-10, on Monday. The victory keeps Friends in first place in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference standings.
Glenelg Country stays in third. Mallory Pappas led the Dragons with four goals.
Goals: F — Abby Corkum 5, Rachel Kehoe 4, Maggie Siegluin, Kallie Saudek, Caitlin Donovan, Weezie Foster. GCS — Mallory Pappas 2, Lizzie Rice 2, Alyssa Arnold 2, Julia Sheehan, Megan Hooper.
Assists: F — Rachel Kehoe 2, Kailie Saudek, Irene Lunt. GCS — Alyssa Arnold 3.
Saves: F — Rose Woolson 8. GCS — Cameron Baumgardner 7.
Halftime: tied, 7-7.
Centennial vs. Arundel