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Carroll Varsity Roundup (Oct. 16): Century-Liberty girls soccer clash moved to Friday

The Carroll County Athletic League girls soccer championship chase got a little makeover because of Wednesday’s inclement weather that washed out most of the day’s prep sporting events.

Liberty (10-2, 4-0 in the CCAL) was set to host Century (12-0, 5-0) on Wednesday evening, but that game was postponed and rescheduled for Friday night at 6:30. The Lions now visit South Carroll (10-1, 4-1) on Thursday before their clash with the Knights.

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Century would win the CCAL title if SC defeats Liberty. Even if the Knights lost Friday, they’d still take the county crown because of their head-to-head tiebreaker win over the Cavaliers on Oct. 3. A Lions win over the Cavs, however, sets up Friday’s game as the county championship tilt.

South Carroll 4, Westminster 1

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Highlight: On Tuesday, the Cavaliers got a pair of goals from Brooke Flanigan, and markers from Grace Oetken and Peyton Golueke. Arianna Piluk scored for the Owls (4-8-1, 1-4-1).

Boys Soccer

Winters Mill 4, FSK 2

Highlight: On Tuesday, Ed Romero netted a pair of goals and the Falcons earned their first county win of the season (6-8, 1-5). Jack Mitzelfelt added a goal and an assist for WM. Griffin Garvis and Carter Shipley each scored for the Eagles (5-5-1, 2-4).

South Carroll 1, Westminster 1

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Highlight: On Tuesday, Carter Chesney gave the Cavs (7-4-1, 3-2-1 CCAL) their goal, while Noah Bowen netted one for the Owls (4-7-2, 2-3-1). Micah Lopiccolo had nine saves for Westminster, which tied Hereford 1-1 on Friday.

Field Hockey

FSK 2, Middletown 0

Highlight: The Eagles (9-3) won their sixth in a row behind goals from Faith Haines and Rachel Wright. Emma Buzby made three saves in Key’s regular-season finale.

Century 3, Patterson Mill 0

Highlight: Century posted its 10th win (10-4) in its regular-season finale. Maria Rekus, Demma Hall, and Rachel Rubenstein each had goals for the Knights.

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