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Howard County varsity roundup for Sept. 10, 2019.
Howard County varsity roundup for Sept. 10, 2019. (Doug Kapustin / Baltimore Sun Media Group)

Here is a roundup of varsity action in Howard County on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019:

BOYS SOCCER:

Mt. Hebron 1, Oakland Mills 0

Hammond 1, Marriotts Ridge 0

Kevin Hernandez scored the game’s only goal in the second half on a free kick after Hammond was fouled at the top of the box. Marriotts Ridge is 0-1.

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Box score:

Goals: Ha – Kevin Hernandez

Saves: Ha – Brandon Eschman 7

Halftime: 0-0

Howard 2, Centennial 1

Robbie Ryerson scored twice to lead the Lions (2-1) past the Eagles (1-2).

Box score:

Goals: Ho – Robbie Ryerson 2; C – Kevin Salazar

Assists: Ho – Victor Struck ; C – Darian Avery

Saves: Ho – Colin Sutch 4; C – Paul Russell 10

Halftime: 2-0, Ho

Reservoir 4, Long Reach 0

Theo Akuffo scored twice to lead the Gators (1-2) to their first win of the season.

Box score:

Goals: Re – Theo Akuffo 2, Glen Lee, Blake Cosner

Assists: Re – Nathan Macek, Cosner, Owen Bennertz, Lucas Turner

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Saves: Re – Aaron Klein 4

Halftime: 1-0, Re

Atholton 0, Glenelg 0

Saves: G – Tajalli 7

VOLLEYBALL:

Arundel def. Glenelg — 3-2

Reservoir def. Southern — 3-0 [25-13, 25-12, 25-13]

The Gators (1-0) opened their season with a home win over Southern of Anne Arundel County.

Top performers:

Reservoir stats: Tatiana Hamilton (90.5 serve percentage, 4 aces, 20 assists 20, 3 kills), Kayla Browne (.579 hit percentage, 12 kills), Gabby Allen (8 digs, 2.55 passer rating, 3 aces, 87.5 serve percentage), Mayah Tucker (5 kills .364 hit percentage)

Howard def. Annapolis — 3-0 [25-18, 25-20, 25-17]

Freshman Corinne Chau had 12 kills and 3 aces and senior Marisa Moore had 8 kills and 10 aces to lead the Lions (1-0).

Top performers:

Howard stats: Corrine Chau (12 kills, 3 aces, 7 digs, 2 blocks), Marisa Moore (8 kills, 10 aces), Jordan Redmiles (1 kill, 1 ace, 7 digs, 18 assists)

Marriotts Ridge def. Meade — 3-0 [25-8, 25-11, 25-13]

The Mustangs (1-0) kicked off their season with a commanding straight-set victory over Meade at home.

Top performers:

Marriotts Ridge stats: Brenna O’Reilly (10 assists, 1 ace), Julia Mamo (7 kills, 1 ace), Meghan Kwon (10 digs, 1 ace)

Long Reach def. Old Mill — 3-2 [13-25, 20-25, 25-19, 25-10, 15-12]

The Lightning (1-0) came from two sets behind to pull out a win.

Top performers:

Long Reach stats: Brianna Chinn (7 aces, 4 kills, 1 block), Shyla Harvin (5 aces, 4 kills, 6 digs), Rayna Livingston (6 aces, 4 kills, 7 digs)

Hammond def. Glen Burnie — 3-0 [25-16, 25-7, 25-16]

Hammond starts off its season 1-0 with a sweep over the Glen Burnie Gophers. The Lady Bears had some excellent serves, played smart and cannot wait for more competition.

Top performers:

Hammond stats: Jordan Kreh (6 kills, 4 aces, 10 digs), Kayla Hendershot (2 kills, 1 block, 6 aces), Jenna Kreh (9 assists, 7 aces, 4 digs)

River Hill def. Northeast-AA — 3-1 [25-11, 25-17, 20-25, 25-18]

The Hawks (1-0) opened their season with a victory on the road.

Top performers:

River Hill stats: Shannon Hill (10 kills), Shreeni Chikyala (9 kills, 2 blocks), Tabitha You (11 aces, 7 digs)

Wilde Lake def. North County — 3-2 [24-26, 24-26, 25-16, 25-22, 15-8]

The Wildecats (1-0) overcome a two-set hole and won the final three to beat North County in their season opener.

Top performers:

Wilde Lake stats: Jaleah Murray (9 kills), Aenilah Watkins (8 kills), Macayla Miles (14 assists), Valeria Malorodova (8 digs)

Beth Tfiloh def. Glenelg Country School — 3-2 [19-25, 25-22, 15-25, 25-15, 15-12]

The GCS Dragons (0-1 IAAM C, 0-2 overall) lost an IAAM C Conference match to Beth T’filoh in five sets. GCS got a team-high 28 kills from Sydni Williams, 35 digs from Kelly Rushe and 29 assists from Amber Garcia to lead the way.

Top performers:

GCS stats: Sydni Williams (28 kills, 17 digs, 3 aces), Kelly Rushe (35 digs, 3 aces), Amber Garcia (29 assists)

Bryn Mawr def. Chapelgate Christian Academy — 3-0 [25-13, 25-14, 25-22]

Atholton def. South River — 3-0

Broadneck def. Centennial — 3-0

BOYS GOLF:

River Hill — 87, Long Reach — 28

RH (6-0): Cam Deiuliis 27, Jackson Graves 24, Colin Regan 19, Robbie Graham 17.

LR (0-5): Ian Rullman 10, Sammy Hussain 9, Garrett Watt 6, Matt Peters 3.

Centennial — 72, Wilde Lake — 29

C (5-0): Dustin Stocksdale 23, Spencer Haythorn 21, Max Middleton 18, Noah Whipkey 10.

WL (1-4): Henry Hilger 13, Evan Schneider 13, Daniel Walker 2, DJ Figueroa 1.

Reservoir — 69, Glenelg — 64

Re (3-2): Justin Gutierrez 24, Trace Teodori 20, Ty Karbacka 13, John Welch 12.

G (3-2): Caleb Taylor 22, Roggen King 17, Michael Gloth 17, James Berry 8.

Mt. Hebron — 51, Oakland Mills — 30

MH (3-3): Jason Van Tine 15, Garrett Snyder 14, Ethan Kang 12, Tyler Kang 10.

OM (0-6): Alex Tamai 9, Heath Franklin 8, Paul Lebert 8, Mason Cowell 5.

Atholton — 77, Hammond — 47

A (3-3): Camden Campbell 24, Branden Nguyen 24, Nolan Chong 17, Luke Chory 12.

Ha (0-5): Cal Hewitt 16, Tim Stryker 15, Cole Smith 12, Justin Martin 4.

GIRLS GOLF:

River Hill — 38, Long Reach — 0

RH (6-0): Adrienne Lesho 19, Simran Mulchandani 10, Amy Zhao 8, Trinity Cheng 1.

LR (0-5): N/A.

Centennial — 62, Wilde Lake — 33

C (5-0): Morgan Taylor 19, Erin Jeong 19, Sussie Park 17, Cloe Moon 7.

WL (2-3): Clare Bowen 18, Lindsey Sands 14, Erica Sweitzer 1.

Glenelg — 37, Reservoir — 20

G (4-1): Ally Abruscato 20, Morgan Ruddo 8, Suki Sacks 6, Maddy Cassity 3.

Re (2-3): Kate Abunassar 15, Liela Withers 5.

Mt. Hebron — 10, Oakland Mills — 2

MH (3-3): Katie Katcheves 6, Veronica Kim 2, Zoe Perna 1, Co-Tu Doan 1.

OM (0-5-1): Ira Valeza 2.

Atholton — 16, Hammond — 8

A (1-4-1): Susie Jang 9, Saili Khorjekar 7.

Ha (0-5): Ashleigh Louie 4, Chinaza Ezeh 2, Gianna Caci 2.

GIRLS SOCCER:

Long Reach 2, Reservoir 2

Box score:

Goals: LR — Paige Rosenfeld, Payton Holmes.

Assists: LR — Aleena Harrington.

Saves: LR — Kailey Leibe 8.

Centennial 3, Howard 1

Centennial (1-0, 3-0) opened their county season at home against Howard (0-1, 2-1). Ashley Bilger led the Eagles in the net with 12 saves, and three different Centennial players scored in the victory.

Box score:

Goals: C — Carolina Pellegrini, Olivia Antonelli, Sarah Sopchick. Ho — Dani Farias.

Assists: C — Lauren Pellegrini.

Saves: C — Ashley Bilger 12. Ho — Kaitlyn Hertz 2, Caroline Otchet 1.

Halftime: 2-0, C

Edgewood 3, Hammond 0

Glenelg 4, Atholton 2

FIELD HOCKEY:

Arundel 4, Marriotts Ridge 2

Box score:

Goals: A — Lana Hamilton 2, Kaitlyn Lloyd, Nikki Seven; MR — Eloise Clevenger, Kayla Brusco.

Assists: A — Seven, Kylie Shape; MR — Leah Cavanaugh, Emma Gladstein.

Saves: MR — Grace Tolle 13.

Chesapeake 2, Centennial 1

Box score:

Goals: Ch — Alyssa Krueger, Madison Billing; C — Nicole Ouellette.

Assists: Ch — Marianna Donohue; C — Lily Sullivan.

Saves: Ch — Eve Vickery 5; C — Casey Stratton 14.

Halftime: 1-1

Old Mill 2, Howard 1

Jade Kakuk scored the game-winning goal three minutes into overtime to give the Patriots (2-0) the win. Howard fell to 2-1 with the loss.

Box score:

Goals: OM — Jade Kakuk 2; Ho — Katie Sloan.

Assists: OM — Elaina Creekmore, Kaiya Sabur; Ho — N/A.

Saves: OM — Patricia Sanchez 4; Ho — Rachel Murphy 7.

Halftime: 1-0, OM

Northeast 7, Long Reach 0

Box score:

Goals: Ne — Julia Rafiq 2, Ashley Gernert, Delaney Piechowiak, Alena Pangalis, Mykenzy Martini, Marissa Lynne; LR — N/A.

Assists: Ne — Piechowiak 2, Rafiq; LR — N/A.

Saves: Ne— Hannah Fox 0; LR — Daryan Allmond 8.

Halftime: 4-0, Ne

Oakland Mills 6, Glen Burnie 2

Kenzie Minarcin scored all 6 goals to lead the way for the Scorpions. Oakland Mills (1-0) had 22 shots on goal and five corners to Glen Burnie’s 15 shots and six corners.

Box score:

Goals: OM — Kenzi Minarcin 6; GB — Annalise Dominguez, Sehalee Locklear.

Assists: OM — Megan Gunther, Abigail Reed.

Saves: OM — Saige Soskil 6, Justis Steele 9.

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Halftime: 3-1, OM

Broadneck 5, Glenelg 1

Box score:

Goals: B — Julianna Harris 2, Sammie Dupcak 2, Alexis Abe. G — Sara Kang.

Assists: B — Caroline Hicks. G — N/A.

Saves: B — Alex Crough 10. G — Rachel Barker 12, Hala Silverstein 4.

Halftime: 1-0, B

Howard Community College

Women’s Soccer

Howard CC Dragons 4 vs. Frederick CC Cougars 0

Madalyn Nichols and Kylie Toler combined beautifully in the game to help Howard CC take down their rivals to the west. The Dragons outshot the Cougars 19-12 and commanded possession for much of the contest, as Howard won their first conference game of the season.

Box score:

Goals: Howard CC- Madalyn Nichols 2, Kayla Hatmaker 1, Kylie Toler 1; Frederick CC - None

Assists: Howard CC- Madalyn Nichols 1, Claudia Brush 1, Kylie Toler 1; Frederick CC - None

Saves: Howard CC- Hailey Murray 5; Frederick CC – Halle Houck 2, Mahala Sawyers 2

Halftime: 2-0 Howard CC

Volleyball

Howard CC Dragons def. Allegany College Trojans — 3-0 [25-20, 25-12, 25-11]

Highlights: The Dragons used a well-balanced effort to earn head coach Jake Achten his first collegiate victory in straight sets. Howard used 13 aces to jump start the scoring while limiting errors in the match.

Box score: (Top three performers)

Howard CC stats: Emily Aubertin (6 kills, 2 aces, 7 digs), Natalie Hosseini (3 kills, 1 block, 1 ace), Sabrina Lagomarsino (13 assists, 8 aces, 3 digs)

Allegany College stats: Joel Deloatch (6 kills, 2 aces, 7 digs), Madi Hott (2 kills, 1 assist, 8 digs), Kayla Riley (1 kill, 10 assists, 6 digs)

Don’t see scores or stats from your favorite team? Send results and any game information to reporter Tim Schwartz at timschwartz@baltsun.com, Jacob Meyer at jameyer@baltsun.com and mdscores@baltsun.com.

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