Mt. Hebron field hockey

Mt. Hebron's Molly Bishop sends a reverse pass down sideline around River Hill's Emily Marlatt and Katie Lawrence (background). (Photo by Renee Bishop / October 14, 2013)

With a 4-2 victory over River Hill on Monday, Mt. Hebron is one win away from the Howard County field hockey title. The Vikings and Glenelg have 9-1 county records. If both teams win Tuesday, they will share the county title.

Mt. Hebron has the more difficult opponent in archrival Centennial; Glenelg faces Long Reach.

Two goals by Katie Anderson helped fuel the Vikings’ win over River Hill.  Monica Linn goal came on a penalty stroke.

Erin Barker and Dani Schwab scored for the Hawks on their Senior Day.

Goals: MH – Katie Anderson 2, Monica Linn, Ally Unkenholz. RH – Erin Barker, Dani Schwab.

Assists: MH – Molly Bishop, Monica Linn, Tianna Wallpher. RH – Emily Marlatt, Maddie Rusenko.

Saves: MH – Chachi Kelehan 3. RH – Sierra Kelly 9.

Around the league 

Atholton 12, Long Reach 1

Atholton’s Rachel Day scored five goals and had two assists and teammate Jen Bleakney added three goals and three assists as the Raiders defeated Long Reach, 12-1.

Long Reach goalkeeper Nicole Cote has 21 saves.

“Their goalie did a great job,” said Atholton coach Martie Dyer.

Suki Sandhu scored the lone Lightning goal.

Goals: A – Rachel Day 5, Jen Bleakney 3, Faryn Katz, Meaghan Quinn, Kate Fales. LR – Suki Sandhu.

Assists: A – Jen Bleakney 3, Rachel Day 2, Jaimie Cardea 2.

Saves: A – Emily Clinch 1. Kaitlin Potter 2. LR – Nicole Cote 21.

Halftime: Atholton, 9-0.

 

Indian Creek 1, Glenelg Country 0 

Visiting Indian Creek held off Glenelg Country School, 1-0, in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference game.  The game was evenly played with Glenelg Country holding a slight 17-15 advantage in shots on goal.