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Howard County varsity roundup, April 25

A roundup of action from around the league on Tuesday, April 25:

BOYS LACROSSE:

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Oakland Mills won its first county game against a current middle- or upper-tier team in more than a decade on Tuesday, as the Scorpions overcame a 7-4 deficit entering the fourth quarter to beat Reservoir, 8-7, in overtime.

Toby Baldwin's goal tied the game with nine seconds left in regulation and senior Evan Riss scored the game winner. Riss and Nick Miller each had a hat trick to lead the offense.

Oakland Mills (1-3, 5-5) — 8, Reservoir (2-6, 3-7) — 7

Goals: OM — Nick Miller 3, Evan Riss 3, Toby Baldwin 2

Assists: OM — Riss 2, Miller, Zyon Turner

Saves: OM — Chris McGlothan 12

Halftime: 5-3, Reservoir

Centennial (6-2, 9-2) — 12, Atholton (4-4, 6-5) — 3

Goals: C — Peter Krawczyk 4, Jeremy Wilson 3, Josiah Gavlin, Ty Sams, Stafford Smith, Michael Pellegrini, Thomas Thurmond

Assists: C — Wilson 3, Smith 2, Charlie Hockersmith, Ty Sams, Nick Good

Saves: C — Jack Schlossberg 12

Halftime: 6-1, Centennial

Arundel — 10, Mt. Hebron (2-2, 4-7) — 8

Goals: A — Eric Ranck 2, Ryan Haag 2, Max Galasso, Shane Green, Brett Robeson, Riley Newman; MH — Nick Nordhausen 3, Jake Edmondson 2, Danny Herlihy, Joey Schwartz, Simon Perna

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Assists: A — Galasso 2, Eric Rank, Robeson; MH — Perna 2, Mateo Brown 2

Saves: A — Patrick Sweeney 10; MH — Cody Stockenberg 12

Halftime: 6-3, Arundel

Annapolis — 11, Marriotts Ridge (4-0, 7-4) — 10 (OT)

Goals: A — N. Bullen 7, S. Bullen 2, Ostrowski, Aytes; MR — Lewy Anania 3, Logan Frank 2, Jake Polinsky 2, Brett Gladstone, Ellis Gloyd, Ricky Fedorchak

Assists: A — Ostrowski, Miller; MR — Geier 3, Ingersoll 2

Saves: A — Missel 9; MR — Colin Kelley 11

Halftime: 6-4, Marriotts Ridge

Howard (4-0, 8-3) — 11, River Hill (6-2, 7-4) — 9

Goals: Ho — Mark Bruner 4, Ben O'Connor 2, Patrick Sutch 2, Nathan Handwerk 2, Michael Travisano; RH — Max Friedman 3, Brendan Mckenna 3, Cory Marciniak 2, Josh Weingrad

Assists: Ho — Bruner 4, Travisano 2; RH — Weingrad, Marciniak, Wil Ferrer

Saves: Ho — Devlin Bradley 5; RH — Kevin Hickey 8

Halftime: 6-3, Howard

Glenelg Country (3-2 MIAA B, 5-5) — 20, Annapolis Area Christian — 6

Goals: GCS — Cameron Martin 5, Mikey Welsh 5, Nelson Lequang 3, Riley Schmidt 2, Grant Bannister 2, Camden Fisher, Justin Lucas, Phil Allen

Assists: GCS — Schmidt 5, Martin 4, Welsh 2, Hamzah Rushdan, Calder Vandenheuvel

Saves: GCS — Brayden Franey 5, Ryan Gilbert 2

Halftime: 8-0, Glenelg Country

Glenelg (2-2, 4-6) — 13, Chesapeake-AA — 3

Wilde Lake (1-3, 6-3) — 15, Glen Burnie —2

North County — 17, Hammond (0-4, 3-6) — 9

Girls lacrosse:

McD (9-0 IAAM A, 15-0 overall), GCS (6-3, 11-3)

Goals: McD — Hoffman 7, Aldave 2, Pearre 2, May 2, Shettig 1, Mix 1, Abernathy 1; GCS — Glaros 3, Ahearn 2, Haney 1.

Assists: McD — Aldave 4, Hoffman 2, Dorsey 1; GCS — Arnold 1, O'Leary 1.

Saves: McD — Cooper 3, Geoghan 1; GCS — Dyer 6.

Halftime: 8-2, McDonogh.

Glenelg 18, Chesapeake 5 

The Gladiators went on the road and earned a dominating victory over the Cougars Tuesday.

Alayna Pagnotta led the offensive onslaught, finishing with a game-high six goals, while Lindsay Letellier added two goals and five assists in the win. Anna Callahan finished with three goals and an assist, while Rachel Scheinberg registered two goals and an assist.

Maddie McSally finished with five saves for Glenelg.

The Gladiators are back in county play Thursday, as they hit the road to take on River Hill for a 5:30 p.m. game.

G (4-0, county, 11-0 overall)

Goals: — Pagnotta 6, Callahan 3, Letellier 2, Scheinberg 2, LePage 1, Esmond 1, Giampalmo 1, Renehan 1, Duncan 1.

Assists: — Letellier 5, Scheinberg 1, Callahan 1.

Saves: — McSally 5.

Halftime: 9-2, Glenelg.

Marriotts Ridge 19, Annapolis 3

The Mustangs quickly bounced back from just their second loss of the season with a convincing 16-point win over the visiting Panthers.

Marriotts Ridge didn't waste any time, jumping out in front to take a 9-1 halftime lead.

The Mustangs had a balanced offensive night, totaling 10 different goal scorers in the game with Victoria Hensh, Caroline Blalock and Casey Sullivan all scoring three goals apiece, while Erin Cooke, Eloise Clevenger and Hayleigh Simpson added two goals each, respectively.

Blalock and Gracie Kennedy also recorded two assists apiece in the win, while Hannah Miller finished with four saves in net.

Next up for Marriotts Ridge is Howard on Thursday. The Mustangs will visit the Lions for a 5:30 p.m. matchup.

MR (3-1 county, 8-2 overall)

Goals: MR — Hensh 3, C. Blalock 3, Sullivan 3, Cooke 2, E. Clevenger 2, Simpson 2, Thompson 1, S. Blalock 1, Ohnmacht 1, G. Kennedy 1; — Colon 1, Heyn 1, Mish 1.

Assists: MR — C. Blalock 2, G. Kennedy 2, Christianson 1, Thompson 1, L. Kennedy 1.

Saves: MR — Miller 4.

Halftime: 9-1, Marriotts Ridge.

Reservoir 20, Oakland Mills 4

Gators senior Alex Sadzewicz had a memorable afternoon against the Scorpions Tuesday.

She not only led her team with four goals and an assist in the 16-point win, but also eclipsed the 100-goal milestone with her third score of the day.

Haley Tiller also added four goals, along with two assists. Greta Schuster finished with three goals, while Juliet King and Elena Martino each added three assists apiece for Reservoir.

Elizabeth Hyde made two stops in net for the Gators.

Reservoir and Oakland Mills are back in action Thursday, with the Gators hosting Wilde Lake at 5 p.m. and the Scorpions going on the road to face Baltimore Poly at 4 p.m.

Re (5-3 county, 6-5 overall), OM (0-3, 0-7)

Goals: Re — Sadzewicz 4, Tiller 4, Schuster 3, Nam 2, Green 2, Armstrong 2, Guchait 1, Toibero 1, Geraghty 1.

Assists: Re — King 3, Martino 3, Tiller 2, Valentino 2, Sadzewicz 1.

Saves: Re — Hyde 2.

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Halftime: 13-1, Reservoir.

Howard 16, River Hill 3

The Lions stormed out to take an 11-1 lead over the hosting Hawks at the half Tuesday and limited them to one of their lowest scoring totals of the season en route to the 16-3 win.

Jenny Kinsey had a standout game for Howard. The senior totaled five goals and two assists to lead her team, while Jenna Peed followed with three goals, and Emileigh Scott, Leah Spalding and Jamie Tsao added two goals apiece. Spalding also registered an assist in the win.

Sam Sagi made three stops for the Lions, while Annie Maloney recorded 10 saves River Hill.

Shelby Brunett, Gaby Hamburger and Zarah Kelleher each scored for the Hawks, while Julia Smith added two assists.

Howard is back in action against Marriotts Ridge on Thursday, while River Hill hosts undefeated Glenelg. Both games are scheduled for 5:30 p.m.

Ho (3-1 county, 7-3 overall), RH (5-3, 6-3)

Goals: Ho — Kinsey 5, Peed 3, Scott 2, Spalding 2, Tsao 2, Schluederberg 1, Summa 1; RH — Brunett, Hamburger 1, Kelleher 1.

Assists: Ho — Kinsey 2, Schluederberg 1, Spalding 1, Vetter 1; RH — Smith 2.

Saves: Ho — Sagi 3; RH — Maloney 10.

Halftime: 11-1, Howard.

C (6-2 county, 7-4 overall), A (3-4, 3-8)

Goals: C — Lagera 4, Pilcher 3, Welsh 3, Pistner 1, Bracey  1, Grable 1, Griffin 1; A — Flynn 2, Gryski 1.

Assists: C — Bracey 2, Lagera 1.

Saves: C — Thorman 3; A — Bizokas 10.

Wilde Lake 14, Glen Burnie 10

The Wildecats won their second game in the last three contests after defeating the hosting Gophers Tuesday.

Wilde Lake took a 7-5 lead at the half, and held off Glen Burnie in the following 25 minutes to earn its fourth win of the season.

Julia Bohse (five goals, one assist) and Tess Kostelec (three goals, three assists) led the way offensively for the Wildecats, while Jenna Oler faced 26 shots in net and made 17 saves.

The Wildecats are back in action Thursday at Reservoir for a 5:30 p.m. game.

WL (1-3 county, 4-5 overall)

Goals: WL — Bohse 5, Kostelec 3, Tobias 2, Aubin 2, Christopher 1, Comeau 1.

Assists: WL — Kostelec 3, Comeau 2, Boshe 1, Tobias 1, Service 1.

Saves: WL — Oler 17.

Halftime: 7-5, Wilde Lake.

Arundel 12, Mt. Hebron 11

MH (2-2 county, 7-4 overall)

Goals: MH — Arens 3, Demek 3, Miller 2, DeBels 1, Pallozzi 1, Rice 1.

Assists: MH — Arens 2, Demek 1.

Saves: MH — Schaaf 7.

Halftime: 5-5.

North County 17, Hammond 15

Ha (0-3 county, 5-4 overall)

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