Culver Military Academy, visiting from Indiana, scored the winner with 2:25 left in the game to beat No. 3 Gilman, 11-10, in lacrosse on a snowy Tuesday afternoon.
The Eagles improved to 3-0.
Gilman's Chase Wittich shot, got his own rebound and fed Will McBride to tie the game at 10 with a little over three minutes left in the game.
The Greyhounds (2-1) played catch-up most of the game, falling behind 4-1 after the first quarter and 7-4 at the half.
Gilman started to claw its way back into the game in the second half, using a 3-1 run in the fourth quarter.
No. 8 John Carroll 12, Bel Air 5: The visiting Patriots (3-1) didn't let a little snow stand in their way Tuesday against the neighboring Bobcats (1-1).
The Patriots got scoring from six players en route to their nonleague win.
Caroline Sdanowich led the Patriots with four goals and an assist, while Alice Cumpston netted three goals.
Grace Richards added two goals and one assist.
Meredith Haggerty, Emory Gaeng (one assist) and Kara Klages also had goals for the winners.
Rebekah Riley and Anna Farley paced Bel Air with two goals and one assist each, while Sam Keesey added a single goal.
—Randall L. McRoberts
Baltimore Sun Media Group
Centennial 9, No. 10 Glenelg 6: After 60 consecutive wins against Howard County opponents in regular and postseason play since 2009, the Gladiators dropped their opener to the Eagles at Western Regional Park.
Quinn Western scored two goals within the first two minutes of the contest and tacked on another score and two assists for the Eagles in the victory.
"It's something that we've worked very hard for, for a long time," said Kellinger, whose team fell to Glenelg by one goal in each of the past two seasons.
"They are the class of the county. But, at the end of the day, I told these guys that no team had won any games yet this year. It's the start of a new season."
From Austin Kraisser's dominance at the faceoff position, to the defense throughout the game, Glenelg coach Josh Hatmaker said Centennial (1-0) just outplayed his team overall.
"They played with more energy," the nine-year coach said. "That's on me. I don't think our kids were as prepared as they should be."
The opening minutes of Centennial's 2014 season were filled with precision and a high-tempo style of play.
Western's two goals came within one minute of each other, digging a hole that the Gladiators (0-1) fought to climb out of for the entirety of the first half.
"Quinn is just an incredibly dynamic player," Kellinger said. "There's just so much that kid can do."
Glenelg finally scored inside the four-minute mark of the first quarter, when Nick Forrest found Luke Cheswick for the Gladiators' first goal of the season.
"This is just one win. We're not guaranteed anything by beating Glenelg," Western said.
"But it's still a big one. And it feels good."
—Matt OwingsBaltimore Sun Media Group