Carroll Varsity Roundup: Stankewicz sets school record, powers SC golf

Carroll Varsity Roundup: Stankewicz sets school record, powers SC golf
South Carroll's Ryan Stankewicz and Westminster's Nate Burnett watch Stankewicz's tee shot on the 10th hole of Friday's season-opening golf tournament at Westminster National Golf Course Friday, Aug. 17, 2018. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)

South Carroll senior Ryan Stankewicz, the reigning Times Player of the Year, fired a 4-under par 32 at Links at Challedon in leading the Cavaliers past visiting Francis Scott Key 152-242 on Wednesday in Mount Airy.

Stankewicz set a Cavs program record for a nine-hole score, and coach Matt Joseph said his standout was 5-under at one point during the round.


Nick Amateau and Jack Hopwood each shot 40 for the Cavaliers in victory. Brody Brilhart led FSK with a 55.

Middletown 168, Liberty 170, Frederick 208

Recap: At River Downs on Tuesday, the Lions split their home tri-meet and got a 3-over 39 from Justin Bartolowits. Gavin Greer carded a 42.

Boys Soccer

Winters Mill 1, Hereford 0 (2OT)

Recap: At Westminster on Wednesday, Ben Weller netted the game-winner on an assist from Matt Inglis. Josh Kappes made 17 saves.

Century 3, Atholton 0

Recap: At Columbia, the Knights (2-0) got goals from Mason Motter, Even Montgomery, and Bennett Bodner.

JV result: Atholton, 1-0.

Francis Scott Key 6, Catoctin 0

Recap: At Uniontown on Tuesday, Jakub Mihulka had two goals and two assists to power the Eagles in their opener.

Westminster 4, Linganore 0

Recap: At Westminster on Tuesday, Nikolai Haldorsen racked up three goals for the Owls.

Wilde Lake 6, Man Valley 5 (2OT)

Recap: At Manchester on Tuesday, Connor Allen had two goals and an assist but the Mavs fell short.

Girls Soccer

Linganore 1, Westminster 0

Recap: At New Market on Tuesday, Kristen Janeczek made four saves for the visitors in their opener.

Field Hockey

Manchester Valley 1, Linganore 0

Recap: At New Market on Wednesday, Madi Callahan’s goal gave the Mavericks a win in their season opener.


Westminster 3, Linganore 0

Recap: At New Market on Tuesday, the Owls rolled 25-16, 25-23, 25-21. Jilienne Widener had 20 kills and Emily Bartlett had 35 assists.

JV result: Westminster, 2-1.

JV Football

Manchester Valley 12, N. Hagerstown 6: Dillon Shipley and Owen Murphy scored TDs for the Mavericks.