All-Metro senior George Campbell has been a steady scoring source during the McDonogh boys soccer team's undefeated season so far.
With the No. 1 Eagles getting a considerable push from No. 10 Gilman on Friday, he found more offense at the most opportune time. Campbell provided the game-winner with 6 minutes to play as the Eagles passed their toughest test to date in a 2-1 win over the Greyhounds.
McDonogh improves to 16-0 and 12-0 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, while Gilman falls to 7-6-2 and 5-6-1. When the visiting Greyhounds couldn't finish off three consecutive corner kicks with 10 minutes to play, Campbell (16 goals, 11 assists this season) struck shortly after.
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"He's done it all year long," McDonogh coach Steve Nichols said.
Sophomore Cole Thorne gave the Eagles a 1-0 lead in the first half before the Greyhounds tied the game early in the second when All-Metro forward Sam Wancowicz found the upper far corner from 20 yards out.
No. 6 Archbishop Curley 4, Archbishop Spalding 1: The visiting Friars (10-6, 7-5 MIAA A Conference) trailed 1-0 before scoring four unanswered goals. Eric Spalt scored twice for Curley. The Cavaliers fell to 5-9-1, 3-8-1.
No. 14 Mount St. Joseph 1, No. 7 Loyola 0: Michael Flynn scored the game-winner on a through ball passed by Kyle Veltre from 18 yards out 25 minutes into the first half for the host Gaels (6-8-1, 4-7-1 MIAA A Conference).
The Dons fell to 8-8-1, 5-7-1.
No. 7 St. Paul's 10, Severn 6: Jordan Duke kicked a 22-yard field goal and added the extra point on a 61-yard touchdown pass from Tre Hamer to Anthony Pino for the host Crusaders (7-0), who have won 18 straight. The Admirals fell to 4-3.
No. 11 Arundel 52, South River 33: The host Wildcats (6-1) were behind 19-7 in the first half before scoring seven straight touchdowns.
Anthony Messenger had 17 carries for 68 yards and three touchdowns for Arundel. The Seahawks fell to 2-5.
No. 13 Perry Hall 32, Parkville 6: Jeff Iweh completed four touchdown passes to lead the host Gators (6-1) past the Knights (1-6).
No. 7 Catonsville 6, North County 0: Renee Gast had two goals and two assists to lead the host Comets (11-0) past the Knights.
No. 12 Marriotts Ridge 5, Oakland Mills 1: Alexis Zadjura scored twice to lead the host Mustangs (10-2-2) past the Scorpions (2-9).
No. 11 Mount de Sales 5, Chesapeake-BC 0: Leah DiGiandomenico had two goals and an assist to power the host Sailors (15-1) past the Bayhawks (2-6).
No. 6 Dunbar 34, Poly 6: William Crest was 12-for-21 for 242 yards and three touchdown passes to power the Poets (6-1) past the Engineers (9-3).
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article