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Fall sports: Curley tops Spalding in soccer, 3-0

Tre Pulliam and Michael Sauers combined for three goals and an assist in No. 2 Archbishop Curley's 3-0 victory over visiting Archbishop Spalding. It was the second time in two days the Friars (11-2) have beaten the Cavaliers (5-10) by three goals or more. Curley goalie Jake Ossie had three saves.


Wilde Lake 35, Long Reach 8: Malik Jackson had four catches for 102 yards and two touchdowns to lead the visiting Wildecats (4-3) past the Lightning (1-6). Wilde Lake scored 21 points in the second quarter to pull away.

Rob Carter completed a 10-yard touchdown pass to Steve Norsworthy and Xavier Irani rushed for the 2-point conversion for Long Reach's lone score in the fourth quarter.

Girls soccer

Severn 3, St. Mary's Ryken 1: Anna Ballard and Kate Bouchard each scored to give the host Admirals a 2-0 lead at the half. Kolbi Holmes scored the Knights' lone goal in the second half before Tori Graw finished the scoring, putting back a loose ball in the circle.

Field hockey

No. 10 Archbishop Spalding 2, Roland Park 1: Olivia Reiter scored her first varsity goal midway through the second half to help the visiting Cavaliers (13-4) beat the Reds. The game was a makeup of an earlier rained-out contest.


Friday boys soccer

No. 11 Perry Hall 2, Dundalk 1: Nicky Jones hit the 25-yard game-winner into the upper left corner at the 64-minute mark to break a 1-1 tie for the visiting Gators (10-3-1). Alex Holtschneider scored in the 23rd minute off a through ball by Justin Ornelas for a 1-0 Perry Hall lead. The Owls' Sean Gearky answered at the 62-minute mark, tying the score at 1.

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