Howard split in two games in the Northeast Invitational on Sept. 8, but almost everyone on the Lions' roster took part in a big win.
The Lions swamped host Northeast, 7-0, in the opening game for their first win of the season. They were led in the scoring department by Nia Elbeck, who had two goals. Kara Bruzdzinski, Dana Wheeler, Sarah Cocozza, Catherine Sims and Brianna Brown.
Sims, Emma Bruzdzinski, Kara Bruzdzinski, Katie Cocozza, Sydney Mastalerz and Hanna Weaver had assists.
Howard got shut out by Patterson Mill, 1-0, in the second game of the tournament.
The Lions are now 1-2 overall and 0-1 in the county. They play Atholton Sept. 11 at Rockburn Park at 3:45 p.m. and Oakland Mills on Sept. 13, also at Rockburn Park.
Rain stops Mt. Hebron
Mt. Hebron needed a big second half for a come-from-behind, 3-1 win over La Plata in the Walter Johnson Tournament Saturday.
The Vikings' second game of the tournament, against Walter Johnson, was called because of the weather.
LaPlata got a goal in the first half off a "questionable " penalty kick call, said Mt. Hebron coach Tim Deppen.
"We dominated the entire game," he added.
The Vikings got three goals in the second half. Kelsi Folch scored off a penalty kick and Kelly Richards scored off a corner kick from Susie Halper. Mt. Hebron also got an own-goal off a cross from Yasmine Darrehmane.
Penalty kicks stop Glenelg
Glenelg split games in its own tournament last Saturday.
The Gladiators lost to Broadneck in penalty kicks and then beat Brunswick, 4-2, in regulation.
Against Broadneck, Glenelg took a 2-1 halftime lead on goals by Samantha Creese, assisted by Taylor Zucco, and Kayla Renehan, assisted by Creese.
Broadneck tied the game in the second half, and won, 3-2, in penalty kicks.
Creese scored two goals in the win over Brunswick, with Elena Symmes and Syndey Peirce also scoring. Renehan, Creese and Kristen Olive had assists for Glenelg.
In the other game in the tournament, John Carroll beat Brunswick, 5-1.
Glenelg Country prefect in conference
Deja Hursey had her second straight two-goal game to lead Glenelg Country School to a 3-0 win over conference rival Indian Creek.
Hursey, who had two goals against conference opponent Oldfields, now has four goals in two games.
Glenelg Country, now 2-0 overall and in the C Conference of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland, also got a goal from Chloe Lewis, who now has three goals this fall.
Catelyn Gamble and Hursey had assists in the win.
Minahil Choudry had five saves in goal for Glenelg Country.