Greater Laurel United Soccer Club

U8 girls: Fire Girls 3 (Clara Garrick, Jenna Valtrin) — Blue Rockets 2 (Alyssa Wu, Neyla Carr).

U8 boys: Red Minions 3 (Xavier Vereen, Louis Panebianco) — Newcastle 3 (Jason Guevara, Christian Wilkening); Vipers 3 (Kyle Leonard, Anthony Betancourt) — Giants 1 (Benjamin Caldwell, Kisakye Kirabo); Black Lightning 0 (Oliver Justice, Jaxsen Allen) — Pumas 4 (Connor Reynolds, Jaden Ekiti).

U10 girls: Fire Rockets 2 (Senai Carr, Samantha Caldwell) — Ruanators 0 (Cire Barber, Nicole Saavedra); Juventus 4 (Brianne Bobb-Semple, Brooke Frederick) –2 Bombers (Olanna and Maranna Nwozo).

U10 boys: Ninjas 2 (Phi Huynh, Nolan Ngo) — Striking Tigers 3 (Oliver Betancourt, Omar Mendea); Jaguars 3 (Zach Gaynor, Kajuan Mason) — Inferno 0 (Julian Vereen, Drake Pearson).

U12 girls: Gummi Bears 4 (Anne Hicks, Helen Trimble) — SAC 0 Justice Leaguers 2 (Haley Zack, Samantha Frederick) – SAC 3.

U12 boys: Green Dragons 4 (Daniel Knight, Matthew Miller) – Barca 2 (David Reyes, Chinedu Okudoh) Juventus 6 (Samuel Giron, Ricardo Guerrero) - Pirates 4 (Steven Camarano, Daniel Finke).

U14 boys: United 4 (Nicholas Kern, Dabi Bolarinwa) — SAC 1.

Stoke 5 (Ryan Covington, Davin Coltes) — SAC 0.

High School boys: Vargas (Jairo Dumas, Vinnie Santoro) 2 — SAC 2.

Maryland City

3-4: Blue Sharks vs. Weeble Woobles. Owen Healy, Kevin Herrera and Cristiano Cunanan led the Sharks.

U8 boys: Mustangs, 5. Skidmore 3. Omar Chavarria had four goals for Mustangs and Noah McMahon added one. Bryan Lopez also shine on offense Faizaan Pettitt played well in goal. Mustangs 4, Davidsonville, 0. Chavarria scored 4 goals for the winners. Boris Sai-Palm played stanout defense Daniel Benitez was solid in goalie.

U8 girls: Mustangs 5, South County Soccer, 4. Sydney Alexander and Alana Middleton led the Mustangs' offense and Lisa Ozaki and Nakiya Walker led the defense.

U9 girls: Mustangs 3 Arden Soccer Club 2. Beckett Hummer (2 goals) and Saniya Antoine scored for Maryland City. Randi Hunter had an assist. Kayla Winn and Kaylin Allen and shined on defense.