Carroll Varsity Roundup: Arbaugh leads Owls cross country at Hood Invite

Pat Stoetzer
Contact ReporterCarroll County Times

Westminster’s boys cross country team, led by two runners in the top 10, placed second in a field of 28 teams at the Hood High School Invite in Frederick on Saturday morning.

Senior Brandon Arbaugh placed seventh and Noah Griffin, another senior, came in 10th. The Owls totaled 143 points, and only Linganore had fewer (115). Liberty was fourth (170) and Winters Mill finished 12th, while Francis Scott Key was 25th.

Woodrow Kashima was the Lions’ top runner (12th), with WM’s Sean Gore was 36th. Jacob Watson came in 82nd for Key.

On the girls side, Liberty finished fifth (131 points) out of 21 teams. Winters Mill was seventh (178), Westminster ran 11th (320), and FSK was 17th (514). Northern won with 59 points.

Heidi Rinehart was the Lions’ top finisher in 10th place, but WM’s Makenzie Hopkins placed seventh. FSK’s Lakota Comeau was 75th.

Century boys 5th at Barnhart Invite

Recap: At Cockeysville, Jacob Spera finished in 14th place and the Knights came in fifth out of 28 teams with 199 points. Severna Park won at 44 points. Man Valley’s Andrew Jackson was 45th and the Mavericks placed 22nd.

Century’s girls were 10th, led by Colby Brodsky (38th place). MV was 25th ouf of 26 teams.Emily Harold finished 99th for the Mavs.

South Carroll boys at Oatlands Invite

Recap: At Leesburg, Va., the Cavaliers came in 30th in an event that had 499 runners and 74 teams. Jason Cave led SC with an 83rd-place finish.

Field Hockey

South Carroll 2-0 at Wilde Lake tourney

Recap: At Columbia, the Cavaliers (5-1) cruised to a pair of victories. They beat the host Wildecats 11-0, and took care of North Point 10-0. SC coach Julie Radnoff said the offense was balanced, with many players scoring goals over each game.

Boys Soccer

Westminster 0-2 at Wootton tourney

Recap: At Rockville, the Owls (1-3) lost to host Wootton 4-0 and fell to Bethesda-Chevy Chase 4-1. Parker Eysaman scored from an assist by Noah Roche against B-CC.


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