Carroll Varsity Roundup: Owls hold off Falcons in county golf clash

Westminster's Aaron Sorkin tees off on the first hole of the 4A-3A District I tournament at Westminster National Golf Course Friday, Oct 12, 2018.
Westminster's Aaron Sorkin tees off on the first hole of the 4A-3A District I tournament at Westminster National Golf Course Friday, Oct 12, 2018. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)

Aaron Sorkin finished with a 2-under par 34 to lead Westminster’s golf team past city rival Winters Mill 149-155, as the Owls and Falcons on Tuesday completed their match from last week that was suspended with three holes to go at Westminster National Golf Course.

Sorkin carded a pair of birdies for the Owls, who improved to 15-1 (6-0 county) and handed Winters Mill its first loss (15-1, 4-1). Westminster has 12 points headed into Friday’s county tournament (two for each official regular-season Carroll County Athletic League win).


Carroll’s golf county champion is determined by a combination of CCAL win points and the order of finish at the county tourney.

The Falcons, who were led by Brian Inglis’ 1-over 37, have 10 points.


Cory Campbell added a 37 for Westminster, while WM’s Ethan Wolbert and Avery Serafin each shot 39.

Century 166, Man Valley 173, FSK 239

Recap: At Oakmont Green, the Knights enjoyed a tri-meet sweep behind Justin Wunder’s 36 and Liam Wolf’s 39. Owen McCallum and Brandon Walker each fired 43 for MV, while Brody Brilhart shot 48 for Key.


Westminster 3, Liberty 1


Recap: At Eldersburg, the Owls held off the Lions to win 25-13, 25-14, 19-25, 25-20. Jilienne Widener led the way with 29 kills for Westminster (10-1, 9-1 county), and Emily Bartlett had 45 assists. Liberty fell to 6-4, 4-5 despite 20 kills and 17 digs from Lydia Leiner. Mia Dietz added 25 assists and 10 digs, and Grace Bauer had four aces.

JV result: Westminster, 2-0.

Winters Mill 3, Manchester Valley 0

Recap: At Manchester, Brynn Choplin had 16 kills in a 25-9, 25-17, 25-16 win for the Falcons (10-1, 9-0 county). Jordan Badorrek had 26 assists, and Megan Ruff added eight kills. MV is 2-11, 1-9.

Century 3, South Carroll 0

Recap: At Eldersburg, the Knights (9-3, 7-3 county) swept the Cavs 25-7, 25-13, 25-22. Carol Mastria had 14 kills and Maria Acaron had 12. Eva Brandt added seven kills. South Carroll fell to 0-11, 0-10.

JV result: Century, 2-0.

Liberty 3, Walkersville 1

Recap: At Eldersburg on Monday, the Lions won 26-28, 25-11, 25-15, 25-20. Lydia Leiner had 23 kills and 12 digs, and Riley Sams added 18 digs. Mia Dietz had 41 assists.

Field Hockey

Century 9, Walkersville 0

Recap: At Eldersburg, Maggie Bornyek and Grace Bruce had two goals apiece, as did Rachel Lippincott and Tierney Hall, and Kaitlin Conway added two assists for the Knights (11-3).

JV result: Century 2, Liberty 0.

Westminster 7, Franklin 1

Recap: At Reisterstown, Kirby Henneman had five goals and Haleigh Moore handed out four assists for the Owls (10-3). Lauren Jenne made seven saves.

JV result: Westminster, 3-0.

Howard 2, Manchester Valley 1 (2OT)

Recap: At Manchester, Madison Callahan scored for the Mavericks (4-9) but it wasn’t enough.

JV result: MV, 1-0 (Jazmyn Gouge goal).

Linganore 2, Winters Mill 1

Recap: At Westminster, Megan Thomas scored for the Falcons (3-10) and Sarah Ritchey made eight saves.

Boys Soccer

Carroll Christian 9, Calvary Baptist 0

Round: MACSAC quarterfinal

Recap: At Westminster, the Patriots (13-4) rolled behind two goals from Jhon Alzate and two assists from Ben Reede. Matt Brauer and Matt Reynolds had one goal and one assist each. Carroll advances to the tournament semifinals Thursday at home.

Girls Soccer

Glenelg Country School 1, Liberty 0

Recap: At Ellicott City, Caitlin Mulholland collected 11 saves for the Lions (5-5-1).

Hereford 3, Winters Mill 2

Recap: At Westminster, Kyla Holt had a goal and an assist for the Falcons, and Megan Paschall added a goal for the Falcons (3-4-3).

Boonsboro 3, Francis Scott Key 0

Recap: At Uniontown, Emily Dell made 10 saves and Haley Sawyer added seven for the Eagles (2-8).

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