Offense rules in field hockey COUNTY FIELD HOCKEY AT A GLANCE


Scoring, or at least the attempt to do so, could be on the rise among county field hockey teams this fall.

As coaches scrutinized their players during practices and scrimmages this summer, many of them saw the potential for more offense from their squads.

Broadneck's Phoebe Kelly: "They're doing a lot of scoring lately. There isn't anyone who can't score."

Severna Park's Lil Shelton: "The attack is going to be very strong. We're going for lots of goals this year."

Old Mill's Jo Funk: "I'm really looking forward to the team scoring many more goals than they did in the past."

St. Mary's Lisa Howe: "I have a lot more scorers and a more-balanced front line."

And this from Annapolis' Tammy Janoskie: "Our goal this year is to rack up the goals."

Will the 1-0 game become a thing of the past, like the Hula-Hoop and eight-track tapes? Stay tuned.

A few things haven't changed, of course, like Severna Park being favored to return to the state playoffs. But other teams are capable of doing the same.

The following is a closer look at the county's field hockey teams:

4A League

So what if Severna Park lost four members of the first-team All-County pool? The program is festering with talented players like front-liners Gabrielle Cormier, Colleen Gately and Tressa Campbell and midfielders Elizabeth Wilson and Katie Kuch. Cormier and Kuch were second-team All-County a year ago.

You want defense? The Falcons offer seniors Tracy McGarry, Jenny Collins and Melissa Ventrudo, plus returning keeper Rachel Kidwell. Two other keepers, junior Karen Schultz and senior Kristie Hartman, will be kept on the roster.

Among the more promising newcomers are sophomores Megan Smith (midfield) and Diane Mooney (wing) and junior Mary Jo Mahoney (defense).

"I've got a lot of speed up front. They move to the ball nicely and they know what to do with it when they get to it," Shelton said.

"The defense is pretty strong and the midfield is strong. They feed the front-line players well."

The Falcons won their first 15 games before losing to Westminster, 1-0, on a disputed goal in the 4A state final. They'll be trying for the school's sixth title.

"I think the girls this year realize what it takes to get to the tournament," Shelton said, "and they understand what we're trying to get them to do to get there."

Old Mill got there last year, but lost to Severna Park, 1-0, in the semifinal. The Patriots then lost four starting defensive players, including first-team All-County keeper Kim Greenlee and Karin Gleason.

"That's our big concern," said Funk, who has little else to worry about. The offense returns inners Kerith Spicknall and Amy Cox and wings Aimee Buschman and Maryte Uleckas, and the midfield is in decent shape, as well.

Even the replacements on defense, like seniors Jillian Hewitt and Jenny Tate and junior keepers Terri Appleman -- the probable starter -- and Kelli Knode have shown promise.

"Practicing every day with an experienced offense coming down on them makes a difference," Funk said. "Hewitt and Tate played a fair amount last year, so it's not like I lost all four [starters] and had nothing to replace them with. I think we're looking good."

So is Broadneck, which also fell victim to Severna Park last year, this time in the regional finals, 2-0. The roster has undergone some changes, but Kelly still has reason to be optimistic.

"We'll be a contender," she said. "I imagine a lot of people are in the same boat this year, a lot of new players, a lot of talent."

Seniors Karen Chesley and Melissa Monalto are back at the midfield, and senior Hillary Frye, who started half of the games in goal, also has returned. None of the other players started last year, but Kelly said, "I've got an awful lot of talent."

That description fits Annapolis perfectly. The Panthers have more depth than Janoskie can remember in her six years at the helm.

"This is the first year that I feel like I have two players per position," she said. "I feel confident that they're going to do a good job when I put them on the field. Before, I haven't had the numbers. I'm kind of excited about that."

Her front line is potent with seniors Shannon Cordell, Heather Knudson and Nicole DesChamps, the latter displaying the ability to become "one of the top scorers," Janoskie said. The defense is led by Lauren Fienstein -- "she has awesome stickwork," Janoskie said -- and goalie Kristen Butler, the Panthers' Most Valuable Player last season.

Annapolis was the top seed in the Region III playoffs, but lost to fourth-seeded La Plata, 1-0, in the semifinal. Janoskie said she feels "something is going to click this year."

After reaching the playoffs in 1991, Arundel coach Clint Gosnell expects to see his club perform at an even higher level.

"We've got a quality team this year. No real superstars, but lots of good role players," said Gosnell, whose Wildcats went 6-6-2, losing to Old Mill, 2-1, in the regional playoffs.

Gosnell said the 'Cats will depend on Amy Lettis, Heidi Motzer and Lesley Knowles, his "best all-around players," to do most of the scoring and ball-handling.

Chesapeake coach Jerry Raab has her largest team ever in her 16 years at the Pasadena school, but few of those players are returning to the defense.

Seniors Nicole Merzendorf and Angela Ball are the only field defenders back, joining senior goalie Ellie Beziat.

"I think my offense and midfield will be strong because they're all returning," said Raab, who is relying on seniors Tracey Brown and Monica Gibson to provide much of the scoring. "I think we're in the top five, but we have to be able to put the ball in net."

After coming within a whisper of losing its varsity program, South River begins its season with just one returning player, Mary Sears, and a new coach, Michelle Lamarre-Walden.

"I think we'll be relying on our midfield, especially with Mary there. She's just an amazing player," said Lamarre-Walden. "Hopefully, Shannon Collinson and Abby Schultz will be able to score plenty of goals for us, because it looks like we'll have to outscore teams in order to be successful."

Versatility may help Southern in its bid to improve on last year's 3-7-2 record.

"The way this team has been playing, I can put anyone in any position," said Bulldogs coach Carolyn Knowles.

Knowles hopes senior captains Mollie Benz and Karen Mauck can give the Bulldogs an early jump-start before they face Annapolis, Broadneck, South River, Old Mill and Chesapeake in their last five games.

"We have a very enthusiastic group here, especially the juniors," Knowles said.

Meade's leading scorers of a year ago, Toni Sellner (seven goals), Jen Bosking and Leigh Rexroad, again share the burden of carrying the offensive.

"This year is going to be a learning experience for us," said coach Kelly Holden. "I lost two girls to injuries [Thursday] and four other girls didn't come out because of injuries."

North County went 0-12 last year, and the junior varsity won just two games. The varsity lost most of its starters to graduation. The rebuilding continues.

"We're looking better," said Knights assistant Patti Sinnen, who works with head coach Julie Schubert. "If we can get the ball in the goal, I expect much better results."

The defense is anchored by senior Natalie Wass, one of the few returning starters. Senior goalie Laura Malinas is back, and senior Amy Hennessey returns at attack.

Private schools

For six seasons, Howe has been answering questions about St. Mary's source of motivation.

With no conference to call their own and no postseason to look forward to, the Saints still find a way to manufacture an impressive record. And each fall, Howe gives the same response to the inevitable question.

"We're motivated by our own record," she said, noting her team's 13-2-1 mark last season. "Hopefully, one day we'll be in a league, but that hasn't happened, so we have to get motivated for each game. That's all we have."

What the Saints don't have is the county's leading scorer of last year, Melissa Wasowski, the Anne Arundel County Sun's Player of the Year. Wasowski has moved on to Wake Forest, but St. Mary's has a trio of capable scorers in forwards Meghan Coakley, Jen Davis and Sheldy Lord.

"These three girls always seem to know where the ball is," Howe said. "We're sort of reworking the defense, moving people around and trying new things."

At Severn, Ann Eisinger has taken over for Cathy Schorreck, last year's Anne Arundel County Sun Coach of the Year. She inherits a veteran attack that includes last year's leading scorer, Brenna Ryan, in addition to Kelly Duffy, Kristin Bauer and Melissa Weeks.

Senior Christy Cole is back in goal after posting 11 shutouts and leading the Admirals to a 13-2-2 record. But she is surrounded by a new cast of defenders.

Spalding third-year coach Mary "Each individual has good skills," Eisinger said of her defense. "It's just a matter of getting them to mesh as a team. I think we'll do better as the season progresses.

"The difficult part for us is getting our midfield and defense to talk more on the field. Individually, they are fantastic, but they just need time to start working together and they need to communicate."

Pat Bozel is hoping her team's improved defense will help the Cavaliers forget about last season's 3-11-1 record.

"We just have to play the game like we know how," she said. "Wdon't have to play beyond ourselves, like in the past. We have a real, real strong defense."

That defense includes junior Marie Swartwood, whom Bozedescribes as "one of the best defenders in county."

Senior Angie Frazetti and sophomore Amanda Gildark will setime in the goal, while senior attackers Alice Matos, Karen Mayernick and Lori Grimes are expected to supply the bulk of the scoring.

"This is the best team I've ever had here, without a doubt," Bozel said.

"My first two years we reallly struggled, but this is the first time I've ever said we'll be strong."

Key School has two returning starters in senior link Jenny Regalia and senior forward Lara Hoffman.

"This is a big year for rebuilding," said Obezags coach Pinky Slingluff, "a very big year, huge, tremendous."

Key School began practicing on Wednesday, so Slingluff stilwas working on a starting lineup.

"Nothing is in concrete," she said.

"It's not even in mud."

She added that Regalia and Hoffman will have to providleadership to a team that won twice and tied twice last year.

"Their shoulders will have to be pretty broad," she said.

Annapolis Panthers

Head coach: Tammy Janoskie (sixth season).

Assistant coach: Jen Russell.

1991 record: 8-5-2, lost to LaPlata in regional semifinals.

Returnees: Seniors Shannon Cordell (att), Heather Knudson (att), Nicole DesChamps (att), Lauren Feinstein (def), Karen Linynski (sweep) and Kristen Butler (g).

Newcomers: Juniors Dana Burl (sweep) and Jen Dunleavy (mid); sophomore Sharon Carswell (def).

Coach's outlook: "I'm looking forward to a good year. I expect them to go in as the first seed in the [regional] playoffs again. And I expect to go to the states."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: This team badly wants to put the memory of last year's playoff disappointment behind it, and what better way than to reach the state tournament? And that's not too far-fetched. They're certainly playoff caliber.

Arundel Wildcats

Head coach: Clint Gosnell (third season).

Assistant coaches: Lynn Kanzler, Page Theilman.

1991 record: 6-6-2, lost to Old Mill, 2-1, in first round of 4A Region III playoffs.

Returnees: Seniors Heather Sinclair (att), Katie Lawson (def), Amy Lettis (att), Cathy Aucock (def), Julie Harmon (wing), Julie Benoit (wing); juniors Lesley Knowles (att), Katherine Morris (def), Leann Turner (def), Heidi Motzer (att), Jackie DeVeau (wing).

Newcomers: Sophomores Amanda Gottshall (g) and Jessica Dorr (g).

Coach's outlook: "I think we can have an even better season this year. We have better team speed, experience, plus a deeper bench. Now that we've gone to the playoffs the pressure is on for us to get back."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: If the Wildcats are as deep as Gosnell says they are, a return to postseason action is likely.

Broadneck Bruins

Head coach: Phoebe Kelly (eighth season)

Assistant coach: Judy Svec.

1991 record: 9-5, lost to Severna Park in regional final.

Returnees: Seniors Karen Chesley (link), Melissa Monalto (mid), Kelly McGinnis (def), Alli Collier (half) and Hillary Frye (g); juniors Jaime Casey (mid) and Katie Gosnell (att).

Newcomers: Juniors Rachel Lenzi (g), Melissa Kvichak (half) and Ali Lang (half); sophomores Ann Rodriguez (att), Jaime Coy (fwd), Anna Banks (half), Heather Vale (def), Sara Smith (mid), Jaime Greene (mid) and Mandy Tucker (att); freshmen Meredith Bendi (mid) and Lisa Foertsch (att).

Coach's outlook: "Basically, I've got an awful lot of talent. And a lot of enthusiasm."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: Best bet to supplant Severna Park as regional champions.

Chesapeake Cougars

Head coach: Jerry Raab (16th season)

Assistant coaches: Jim Buchan and Kim Tayman.

1991 record: 7-4-2, lost to Broadneck in regional semifinals.

Returnees: Seniors Angela Ball (def), April Barrett (att), Ellie Beziat (g), Tracey Brown (att), Erin Dreyer (mid), Monica Gibson (att), Jennifer Herr (def), Jennifer Light (mid), Nicole Merzendorf (def), Dana Pirone (att) and Jennifer Ragen (mid); junior Natalie Schmitz (def).

Newcomers: Juniors Mandy Hart (att) and Tara Morgan (mid); sophomore Cami Owens (att).

Coach's outlook: "With so many returning players, I'm expecting to have a good season. I'd like to see us go 11-5, but 9-6 might be more realistic."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: If Chesapeake can win more 1-0 ballgames than it loses, look for the Cougars to make a run at perennial-power Severna Park.

Key School Obezags

Head coach: Pinky Slingluff (12th season)

Assistant coach: Mary Iliff.

1991 record: 2-7-2.

Returnees: Seniors Jenny Regalia (mid) and Lara Hoffman (fwd); juniors Helen Tujab (fwd), Tanya Paul (def) and Rebecca Lurz (def); sophomore Lindsey Campbell (mid).

Newcomers: Senior Susan Matthews (g); sophomore Hope Menocal (mid).

Coach's outlook: "We have a rebuilding year ahead of us, but we have a good JV program that is leading right into the varsity. As far as our goals, I'm looking for personal growth and development, both as individuals and as a team. And that can come with winning all of your games or losing all of your games."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: Key School won't lose all of its games this fall, but the Obezags don't figure to be on the winning side very often.

Meade Mustangs

Head coach: Kelly Holden (third year)

Assistant coaches: Cheryl Dickerson and Candy Malloy.

1991 record: 2-8-2.

Returnees: Seniors Melissa Chaison (g), Toni Sellner (att), Jen Bosking (mid), Leigh Rexroad (mid) and Cathy Beckwith (def); junior Kathy Vigilone (att).

Newcomers: Seniors Tara Cooper (wing), Anita McElroy (att) and Rayna Gonano (def); junior Shelly Bradshaw (def); sophomores Kim Tolbert (def) and Anna Zolinhoffer (wing).

Coach's outlook: "This will definitely be a building season for us. We don't have a lot of numbers, and we've suffered from injuries and from girls not coming out for the team from last year."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: Injuries and inexperience at the varsity level doesn't bode well for the Mustangs.

North County Knights

Head coach: Julie Schubert (second season)

Assistant coach: Patti Sinnen.

1991 record: 0-12.

Returnees: Seniors Natalie Wass (def), Marianne Murphy (mid), Laura Malinas (g), Amy Hennessey (att) and Michelle Swain (def); juniors Melissa Carder (mid) and Kristin Sauble (def).

Newcomers: Seniors Theresa Randall (def), Vickie Gnacyk (att); juniors Alison Yoon (att), Stacy Thomas (def), Christy Spiker (att), Emma Ketterlee (off), Laila Moshkelgosha (att); sophomore Katie McCordic (g).

Coach's outlook: "I expect a lot of improvement. I think we'll win a couple of games. I'm looking forward to that."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: Anything is an improvement over a winless season, so yes, expect the Knights to improve this year. The defense is promising, but the offense has to put the ball in the cage.

Old Mill Patriots

Head coach: Jo Funk (third season).

Assistant coach: Denise Hermann.

1991 record: 8-6-1, lost to Severna Park in state semifinals.

Returnees: Seniors Kerith Spicknall (att), Amy Cox (att), Aimee Buschman (att), Maryte Uleckas (att), Melinda Claybaugh (mid), Jillian Hewitt (half) and Jenny Tate (half); junior Jaime Leavy (mid).

Newcomers: Seniors Allison Rayburn (half) and Cindy Botts (att); juniors Karen Deltuva (half), Amy Hartsock (half-att), Sharlee Castricone (att), Staci Raines (att), Terri Appleman (g) and Kelli Knode (g); sophomores Christy Atchison (half-att) and Amanda Melton (sweep).

Coach's outlook: "I think we're looking good. I expect them to do better in the county."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: Don't be surprised if Old Mill is back at the states.

St. Mary's Saints

Head coach: Lisa Howe (sixth season)

Assistant coach: Joann Crouse.

1991 record: 13-2-1.

Returnees: Seniors Liz Rose (back), Anne Devlin (sweep), Meghan Coakley (fwd), Robyn Lanasa (fwd), Rebecca Weingrad fwd), Renee Kretkowski (fwd), Erin Sprague (link), Margaret Pantall (g) and Heather Stinchcomb (link); juniors Meg Hill (back) and Jen Naccari (fwd).

Newcomers: Juniors Jen Davis (fwd), Sheldy Lord (fwd), Megan Gudas (link), Heather Donaldson (g), Tara Siebert (back) and Jessica Deutchman (fwd).

Coach's outlook: "I feel really positive about this team. I hope to beat the 13-2-1 record of last season."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: Improving on last year's record will be difficult, but the Saints have the personnel and the coaching to make it happen.

Severn Admirals

Head coach: Anne Eisinger (first season).

Assistant coaches: Amy Hooper and Cindy Smith.

1991 record: 10-2-3.

Returnees: Seniors Brenna Ryan (wing), Kristin Bauer (inner), Kelly Duffy (wing), Shelly Smith (back), Melissa Weeks (fwd) and Christy Cole (g); juniors Elizabeth Duncan (fwd) and Amy Hackman (back).

Newcomers: Seniors Megan Lawson (link) and Alissa Webb (half); juniors Emily Franey (half) and Becky Paul (sweep); sophomores Erin Fowler (fwd), Carrie Cole (link), Megan Alexander (fwd), Joyce Wu (half) and Aimee Netomula (link).

Coach's outlook: "Each individual on this team has good skills. It's just a matter of getting them to mesh as a team."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: The Admirals definitely have the tools to build another successful season.

Severna Park Falcons

Head coach: Lil Shelton (18th season).

Assistant coaches: Sue Behringer and Ann Sweeney-Andrews.

1991 record: 15-1, lost to Westminster in 4A finals.

Returnees: Seniors Gabrielle Cormier (att), Liz Wilson (mid), Katie Kuch (mid), Tracy McGarry (def), Jenny Colins (def), Melissa Ventrudo (def), Rachel Kidwell (g), Kristie Hartman (g) and Ann Mitchell (def); juniors Colleen Gately (att), Tressa Campbell (att), Karen Schultz (g) and Robin Sosnow (mid).

Newcomers: Seniors Christina Ferris (def) and Lisa Englemeyer (def); juniors Meghan Dolan (att), Julie Wheeler (mid), Sarah Noble (mid), Kristen Davolio (def), Amy Senger (att) and Mary Jo Mahoney (def).

Coach's outlook: "I'm real pleased with the way they look."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: Still the county's best, with simply an abundance of talent.

Southern Bulldogs

Head coach: Carolyn Knowles (fifth season).

Assistant coach: Maureen Connelly.

1991 record: 3-7-2.

Returnees: Seniors Mollie Benz (mid), Karen Mauck (att), Sarah Holt (mid); juniors Sara Madden (def), Laura Stockett (def), Laura Nutwell (def), Selene German (mid), Mandy Bond (att); soph Trine Christiansen (mid).

Newcomers: Junior Delia Cavey (mid-def); sophomores Shona Dooman (mid-def), Becky Brown (g), Darlene Mitchell (mid-def), Kelly Redmond (att), Rebecca Toney (mid-att); freshmen Missy Bond (att), Caroline Duffy (att), Jessie Dickson (G), Caryn Gee (att-mid).

Coach's outlook: "For a team with so many new people, they've shown me a lot more than I ever would have expected from them."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: With only three seniors, the Bulldogs must mature quickly: They face five playoff-caliber teams at the end of the year.

South River Seahawks

Head coach: Michelle Lamarre-Walden (first year)

Assistant coach: Laura Wolfe.

1991 record: 5-8.

Returnee: Senior Mary Sears (mid).

Newcomers: Seniors Heather Lowe (att), Colleen Monahan (def), Tracy Cooke (g), Nicole Singleton (att), Kristin Berry (mid) and Abby Schultz (att); junior Shannon Collinson (mid); sophomores Nikki Donaldson (def), Tara Hutchins (def) and Kelly Thibeault (def).

Coach's outlook: "This team is 100 per cent better than the team I coached in Virginia, but I think field hockey in general is lots

better in this area. My main goals this year are to finish .500 and to make the playoffs again."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: There is just the one returnee back from last year and it's difficult to tell how the newcomers will react, but a .500 season isn't an impossibility.

Spalding Cavaliers

Head coach: Mary Pat Bozel (third season).

Assistant coach: Laura Mitchell.

1991 record: 3-11-1.

Returnees: Seniors Megan O'Brien (def), Karen Mayernick (att), Lori Grimes (att), Alice Matos (att), Annmarie Smith (def), Kelly Bippus (def), Katie Outten (def) and Angie Frazetti (g); junior Marie Swartwood (mid); sophomores Katie O'Brien (att) and Amanda Adams (def).

Newcomers: Junior Rory Flanigan (def); sophomores Cara Tracey (mid), Jami Duffy (att) and Amanda Gildark (g); freshmen Cathy Bauhauf (att) and Amy Sledgeski (att).

Coach's outlook: "I'm positive right now, and for the first time, I'm looking forward to a winning season."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: The Cavaliers are strong defensively, but you can't win if you can't score.



Annapolis Sep. 18 Severna Park A 5 p.m.

Arundel A 4 p.m.

25 Meade A 5 p.m.

29 St. Mary's H 7:30 p.m.

Oct. 2 Queen Anne's H 5 p.m.

6 South River A 5 p.m.

9 Old Mill H 5 p.m.

13 Broadneck H 7:30 p.m.

16 Southern A 5 p.m.

23 Chesapeake H 5 p.m.

27 North County A 5 p.m.

30 Spalding H 5 p.m.


Sep. 18 Meade A 5 p.m.

Annapolis H 5 p.m.

25 South River A 5 p.m.

29 Old Mill H 5 p.m.

Oct. 2 Broadneck H 5 p.m.

6 Southern A 5 p.m.

13 Chesapeake H 5 p.m.

16 North County A 5 p.m.

20 Spalding H 7 p.m.

23 Severna Park A 5 p.m.

27 St. Mary's A 3:30 p.m.

30 Queen Anne's H 5 p.m.


Sep. 22 South River H 3:30 p.m.

Spalding A 3:30 p.m.

29 Meade H 3:30 p.m.

Oct. 2 Arundel A 3:30 p.m.

6 Queen Anne's A 3:30 p.m.

9 South River H 3:30 p.m.

13 Annapolis A 3:30 p.m.

16 St. Mary's H 3:30 p.m.

20 Southern H 3:30 p.m.

23 Old Mill A 3:30 p.m.

27 Chesapeake H 3:30 p.m.

30 North County A 3:30 p.m.


Sep. 17 Old Mill A 3:30 p.m.

St. Mary's H 3:30 p.m.

29 Severna Park H 3:30 p.m.

Oct. 2 North County H 3:30 p.m.

6 Spalding A 3:30 p.m.

9 Meade H 3:30 p.m.

13 Arundel A 3:30 p.m.

16 Queen Anne's A 3:30 p.m.

20 South River H 3:30 p.m.

23 Annapolis A 3:30 p.m.

27 Broadneck A 3:30 p.m.

30 Southern H 3:30 p.m.


Sep. 18 Arundel H 3:30 p.m.

Queen Anne's A 5 p.m.

25 Annapolis H 3:30 p.m.

29 Broadneck A 3:30 p.m.

Oct. 2 South River H 3:30 p.m.

6 Old Mill A 5 p.m.

9 Chesapeake A 3:30 p.m.

13 Southern H 3:30 p.m.

20 Severna Park A 5 p.m.

23 North County H 3:30 p.m.

27 Spalding A 3:30 p.m.

30 St. Mary's H 3:30 p.m.

North County Sep. 18 South River A 5:15 p.m.

Old Mill H 5:15 p.m.

25 Southern A 5:15 p.m.

Oct. 2 Chesapeake A 5:15 p.m.

6 St. Mary's A 5:15 p.m.

9 Spalding H 5:15 p.m.

13 Severna Park A 5:15 p.m.

16 Arundel H 5:15 p.m.

20 Queen Anne's H 5:15 p.m.

23 Meade A 5:15 p.m.

27 Annapolis H 5:15 p.m.

30 Broadneck H 5:15 p.m.

Old Mill Sep. 18 Chesapeake H 3:30 p.m.

North County A 5 p.m.

24 Severna Park H 5 p.m.

29 Arundel A 5 p.m.

Oct. 1 Spalding H 5 p.m.

6 Meade H 5 p.m.

9 Annapolis A 5 p.m.

13 Queen Anne's H 5 p.m.

16 South River A 5 p.m.

20 St. Mary's A 5 p.m.

23 Broadneck H 5 p.m.

27 Southern H 5 p.m.


Sep. 10 Peter & Paul A 3:45 p.m.

Seton Keough H 3:45 p.m.

22 Lutheran A 3:45 p.m.

24 NDP A 3:45 p.m.

29 Old Fields H 3:45 p.m.

Oct. 1 Friends A 3:45 p.m.

6 Garrison Forest H 3:45 p.m.

8 St. Paul's H 3:45 p.m.

15 McDonogh H 3:45 p.m.

17 St. Mary's H 10:30 a.m.

20 Roland Park A 3:45 p.m.

22 John Carroll H 3:45 p.m.

27 Bryn Mawr H 3:45 p.m.

29 Maryvale A 3:30 p.m.

Nov. 3 Park H 3:15 p.m.

Severna Park Sep. 15 South River H 6 p.m.

Annapolis H 5:15 p.m.

22 Broadneck A 5:15 p.m.

24 Old Mill A 5:15 p.m.

29 Chesapeake A 5:15 p.m.

Oct. 1 Southern H 3:30 p.m.

9 St. Mary's A 3:30 p.m.

13 North County H 5:15 p.m.

16 Spalding A 3:30 p.m.

20 Meade H 3:15 p.m.

22 Arundel H 5:15 p.m.

27 Queen Anne's A 7:00 p.m.


Sep. 18 St. Mary's A 3:30 p.m.

North County H 3:30 p.m.

29 Spalding H 3:30 p.m.

Oct. 1 Severna Park A 3:30 p.m.

6 Arundel H 3:30 p.m.

9 Queen Anne's H 3:30 p.m.

13 Meade A 3:30 p.m.

16 Annapolis H 3:30 p.m.

20 Broadneck A 3:30 p.m.

23 South River A 3:30 p.m.

27 Old Mill H 3:30 p.m.

29 Chesapeake A 3:30 p.m.

South River Sep. 15 Severna Park A 6:30 p.m.

North County H 5 p.m.

22 Spalding A 7 p.m.

25 Arundel A 5 p.m.

29 Queen Anne's A 7 p.m.

Oct. 2 Meade A 3:30 p.m.

6 Annapolis H 5 p.m.

9 Broadneck A 3:30 p.m.

13 St. Mary's A 3:30 p.m.

16 Old Mill H 5 p.m.

20 Chesapeake A 3:30 p.m.

23 Southern H 7 p.m.


Sep. 17 Queen Anne's H 5 p.m.

South River A 5 p.m.

25 Broadneck H 5 p.m.

29 Southern A 5 p.m.

Oct. 1 Old Mill A 5 p.m.

5 Glenelg H 5:15 p.m.

6 Chesapeake H 5 p.m.

9 North County A 5 p.m.

16 Severna Park H 5 p.m.

20 Arundel A 5 p.m.

23 St. Mary's H 5 p.m.

27 Meade H 5 p.m.

30 Annapolis A 5 p.m.

St. Mary's Sep. 15 Wilde Lake A 3:45 p.m.

Southern H 3:45 p.m.

22 Chesapeake A 3:45 p.m.

25 Queen Anne's A 3:45 p.m.

29 Annapolis A 3:45 p.m.

Oct. 3 Peter & Paul A TBA

6 North County H 3:45 p.m.

9 Severna Park H 3:45 p.m.

13 South River H 3:45 p.m.

16 Broadneck A 3:45 p.m.

17 Severn A 10:30 a.m.

20 Old Mill H 3:45 p.m.

22 Peter & Paul H 4 p.m.

23 Spalding A 3:45 p.m.

27 Arundel H 3:45 p.m.

30 Meade A 3:45 p.m.

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