Carroll Christian claimed its first Maryland Association of Christian Schools Athletic Conference girls soccer championship in more than a decade when the Patriots took down Rosedale Baptist 3-1 on Wednesday afternoon.
Sydney Wooden, Valeria Valencia, and Emily Wright each netted goals for the Patriots, who finished the season with an 11-4 record. Carroll led 2-0 at halftime, and got assists from Wooden and Leighann Truesdale.
Wooden earned tournament Most Valuable Player honors, and she was joined on the all-tourney team by Valencia, Mikaela Martin, and Camille Echegoyen.
First-team all-MACSAC honors went to Wooden, Echegoyen, and Valencia, while Martin and Kaylee Strickland received second-team status.
Carroll last won a MACSAC title in 2008, and before that 2002.
Carroll Christian 1, Granite Baptist 0
Round: MACSAC final
Recap: At Westminster, Kyle Williams scored in the first inning and tourney MVP Danny Blair tossed a shutout for the Patriots (14-2), who repeated as tournament champions. Earning all-MACSAC honors were Jinwoo An, Josiah Albaugh, Blair, Noah Reynolds, and Matt Reynolds. Albaugh, Blair, Matt Reynolds, and Cam Wooden made the all-tournament team.
Oakdale 8, Century 3
Round: 2A West Section 1 final
Recap: At Eldersburg on Wednesday, the Knights (10-10) got a double from Cait Pfarr. Hannah Zabik and Megan Hollander shared pitching duties for Century.