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Field Hockey

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  • Marriotts Ridge gets first field hockey victory over Glenelg

    Marriotts Ridge gets first field hockey victory over Glenelg
    It’s taken more than seven years, but Marriotts Ridge has finally defeated Glenelg in varsity field hockey. Tuesday, the Mustangs were totally overwhelmed in the first half but managed to keep the game scoreless. “The first half, our defense...
  • CMW beats Century 3-0 in Wednesday field hockey contest

    The C. Milton Wright Mustangs took a field hockey victory on their home turf Wednesday, beating the Century High squad, 3-0. The game's first goal came late in the first half, when Madie Adams scored on a penalty corner with an assist by Audrey Boroshok....
  • Guest blogger: South River field hockey standout Maddy Ulery

    Guest blogger: South River field hockey standout Maddy Ulery
    During the school year, Varsity Letters will periodically ask student-athletes from various sports to step in as guest bloggers. They will share their personal thoughts as they approach a big game or enjoy a memorable moment over the course of a given...
  • South River defeats Broadneck in field hockey

    South River defeats Broadneck in field hockey
    South River struggled to find scoring chances in the second half of Monday night's field hockey game against Broadneck. But when Caitlin Blanche finally got one, that was all the Seahawks needed. Blanche took a pass from Emily Szachnowicz and scored...
  • North Harford dusts John Carroll in Monday field hockey contest

    In a Monday contest that had both teams playing outside their respective field hockey conferences, the North Harford Hawks cruised to a 7-1 win over visiting John Carroll. North Harford led the game, 3-0, at halftime. Jamie Rickey had two goals for...
  • No. 9 Hereford field hockey starts slow, wins big vs. No. 12 Catonsville, 4-1

    Hereford started slowly against visiting Catonsville in field hockey on Tuesday afternoon. The Bulls seemed flat and couldn't get going. Then they saw the Comets score the game's first goal. That seemed to awaken No. 9 Hereford. Layne Litsinger had...
  • Glenelg field hockey gets on track against Reservoir

    Glenelg field hockey gets on track against Reservoir
    Three games into the season Glenelg, sporting a 1-2 record, finally seems to be finding its stride. “We just had to do a little tweaking of our system. We had to put a different system than last out there because of personnel changes, and we...
  • Once again, Alice Puckett set to lead Fallston field hockey team

    Once again, Alice Puckett set to lead Fallston field hockey team
    The Fallston field hockey team advanced at least to the state semifinals in all four years after Alice Puckett stepped down as coach, winning three state championships. Although the Cougars’ success has continued since Puckett retired after...
  • Annual Sally E. Nyborg field hockey tournament set for Saturday

    Annual Sally E. Nyborg field hockey tournament set for Saturday
    Roland Park will host the Sally E. Nyborg Invitational tournament Saturday. In addition to the host Reds, No. 9 Westminster, No. 11 Severna Park, Fallston, Bethesda-Chevy Chase and St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.) will take part in the event. The...
  • Names, names and more names as I piece together preseason previews [Commentary]

    Each and every high school sports season is book ended by two fairly arduous tasks. At the end, and this is something I've written about more times than I care to count, there is the selection of All-Harford teams. That process is tough because we...
  • For Columbia's Karen and John Dye, officiating is a way of life

    For Columbia's Karen and John Dye, officiating is a way of life
    It's a typical summer Saturday for John and Karen Dye. Karen, 68, wearing a black skirt, black athletic shoes and a whistle around her neck, is darting across one of the fields at Columbia's Cedar Lane Park, refereeing a field hockey game. Her husband,...
  • Notebook: Hopkins grad Winter named MVP at Lake Placid Classic

    Notebook: Hopkins grad Winter named MVP at Lake Placid Classic
    Chase Winter, who recently finished his playing career as a Johns Hopkins midfielder, had four goals and an assist and was named Most Valuable Player of the Men's Open 1 championship game at the Lake Placid Summit Classic in North Elba, N.Y. on Sunday....