Sorkin tied with Winters Mill senior Brian Inglis at 7-over par 79 through 18 holes, then carded two pars to earn the individual county title before Inglis missed a par putt on the second extra hole (the par-4 11th).
The Owls gathered themselves, even after giving up another point coming out of the timeout on a big block at the net. The sweep was on, 25-18, 25-13, 25-15, and Westminster took claim to a third consecutive county championship.
The Eagles wanted to honor Tiffany Henning, a Francis Scott Key graduate and teacher at Sykesville Middle School who was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer in 2016. Henning died in August, 2019, at 34. They also honored Ann Worsham, Snader’s mother, who died in June at age 75.
Century and Liberty were tied 2-2 to set up overtime in a battle for the Carroll County Athletic League title Tuesday. Britos, a Lions sophomore, scored on a free kick with less than two minutes into the first overtime period to help the Lions capture second county title in three seasons.
The Falcons won their first three games of the season, but dropped their next six — all shutouts. Sophomore defender Leah Taylor made sure it wouldn’t happen for a seventh time, and scored a goal with three minutes, 38 seconds left in sudden-death overtime to give the Falcons the 1-0 victory over the Owls.
Juniors Landon Bruce and Dereik Crosby II led the Knights (4-2) with two touchdowns apiece. Bruce, who also performed at quarterback for most of the evening, led with 29 carries for 212 yards (unofficially).
After Winters Mill’s Alex Carr returned a South Carroll punt to the Cavalier 30-yard line, Cayden Beard hauled in a touchdown from Matheo Cuenca with 16 seconds remaining. South Carroll had two final chances, but came up empty.
Liberty senior forward Alanna Wray scored two goals in a little more than 2 minutes to give the Lions a 2-0 lead over Manchester Valley in the first 10 minutes of play, and the visiting Lions went on to win 3-0 in a Carroll County Athletic League contest Thursday.
South Carroll got goals from Madelyn Boyce, Grace Oetken, Brooke Flanigan, and Payton Wenczkowski en route to a 4-0 victory over Francis Scott Key on Thursday in Carroll County Athletic League girls soccer action.
Century, which boasts the county’s leading rusher in junior Landon Bruce, hosts Manchester Valley in sight of their third straight county victory. The Knights (3-2, 2-1 Carroll County Athletic League) routed Francis Scott Key 35-6 last week, and Bruce scored three touchdowns to help the Knights win.
The fall sports regular season is winding down, and the Carroll County Athletic League championship races are beginning to take shape. So let’s take a look at a few sports that have meaningful games coming up in the next week.
The FCA Bravehearts, a team made up of homeschooled players from around the area, that partners with the Fellowship of Christian athletes, rallied to win the second and third sets and hand Carroll (16-1) its first loss of the year. The Patriots fell 25-18, 25-22, 27-25 after leading 20-15 in the second set and 22-19 in the third.