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Carroll County High School Sports

Carroll Varsity Roundup (Sept. 8): Manchester Valley field hockey opens with shutout win over Tuscarora

Howard varsity roundup

Courtney Bell scored the game-winning goal off an assist from Maddie Fisher to help Manchester Valley (1-0) win its season opener by a score of 1-0 over Tuscarora.


Century 3, Bel Air 1

Riley Schulze scored a pair of goals and Mackenzie Feltz added one, as the Knights (1-1-1) won their first game of the season. Sophomores Julia Bornyek and Kendra Burns each registered assists.


Westminster 9, Middletown 0

After a tough season-opening loss to South River, the Owls (1-1) bounced back Wednesday behind a five-goal game from Jess Kent. Miranda Moshang (goal, three assists) and Caroline Beakes (goal, assist) also had big offensive days, while Paige Davis scored a goal as well.

At goalie, Anna Tippett wasn’t forced to make any saves for Westminster, while Middletown’s Gabby Pieko stopped 14 shots.


Notre Dame Prep 4, Winters Mill 0


Century 3, Catonsville 0

Westminster 3, Linganore 0

The Owls (1-0) opened the season with the sweep, getting big games from Cassi Shields (22 kills, 6 digs, 4 aces), Faith Mohr (33 assists, 2 aces) and Emma Reaves (7 kills, 2 blocks).


Century 5, Gerstell 0

In a non-county match, Caroline Little opened the scoring in the first two minutes with a goal off a corner that was redirected to the far post. Century (2-0) followed with unassisted scores from Haley Greenwade and Melody Leiva before the end of the opening half.

In the second half, Greenwade opened the scoring at the 15 minute mark on an assist from Megan Rusk. The final score came on a strike from Harli Hamlett.

Mia Graff collected five saves for Century before freshman Audrey Peterson made her varsity debut in the net. Solid defense by Katy Grow, Lauren Hackett and Natalie Mattox helped secure the shutout.


Winters Mill 172, South Carroll 177

South Carroll’s Michael Valerio took home medalist honors with a nine-hole score of 37.

Liberty 164, St. Maria Goretti 239, Francis Scott Key 247

Liberty’s duo of Drew Byrd and Spencer Trump shared medalist honors with rounds of 40 at the Links of Gettysburg. FSK (0-4, 0-5) was led by freshman Brandon Paugh with a score of 59.