For the final two weeks of the regular season, Gilman boys soccer coach Jon Seal has asked his players to bring playoff-like intensity.
The No. 4 Greyhounds had it on full display Monday against No. 2 Archbishop Curley.
The defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champions showed up faster and more aggressive than the visiting Friars, coming away with a 3-0 victory to take over second place.
Senior Jake Matthai headed home the opening goal late in the first half, junior Tanner Vosvick and Sam Wancowicz impressively finished off two chances in the second half, and goalie Andrew Harris (seven saves) shined when called on. The Greyhounds...