Soccer Mo McDonough scored three goals and teammate Tonya Kolodziejski tallied three assists as the Severna Park Alliance girls soccer team defeated the Potomac Cougars, 6-1, in the first round of the Maryland State Cup under-19 Tournament last Saturday.
Michelle Salmon added two goals for the Alliance. Nikki Matters contributed an assist for Severna Park, which surrendered its first goal in four outings.
Erin Hon made 12 saves, helping her squad advance to the second round two weeks from Saturday, when the Alliance (4-0 overall, 3-0 in Washington Area Girls Soccer League play) travels to Howard County to take on the Columbia Crusaders.
This week, the Alliance will visit the Vista (Va.) Phoenix in a game to determine first place in WAGS.
* 12-and-under girls -- The Arundel Soccer Association Jets blanked Arthur Slade Team A last week, 3-0.
Erin Hartman, Stacey Jackowski and Whitney Gotay all had single goals for the Jets (4-1), who received assists from Torrie Tobin and Diane Newcomer.
* 9-and-under boys -- Kyle Dixon's direct kick in the second half helped to keep the Severna Park Raiders undefeated, as they nipped McLean (Va.), 3-2, in a National Capital Soccer League game on Sunday.
Danny Polm scored two goals for Severna Park (4-0) and Simon Groseclose added two assists. Alex Fedarcyk contributed a solid defensive effort.
* Under-12 boys -- The Severna Park Sting boys soccer team dropped a 3-1 decision to the Bethesda Cobras in National Capital Soccer League action last week.
Tim Smith scored the first goal for Severna Park on an assist from Greg Wotech and Steve Novak added the Stings' second goal on a feed from Jon Shedlosky.
Sweeper Reid Shaklee, fullbacks Sean McGarry and Bernie Edwards and goalkeeper Reb Beatty (six saves) were cited for outstanding defense by Severna Park coach Mike Mooney.
Last Sunday, the Sting played Braddock Road, Va., to a 0-0 tie in another NCSL matchup.
Severna Park is now preparing for Saturday's matchup with the Outlaw Soccer Club in the semifinals of the Maryland Cup Tournament. The game will be played at 12:30 p.m. at Severna Park High School.
* Under-16 girls -- The Severna Park Soccer Association Kickers Washington Area Girls Soccer team defeated Seneca of Montgomery County last week, 4-3.
Broadneck's Stephanie Dull scored all four goals for the Kickers and Marcia Lavin had eight saves for Severna Park. Laura Basil completed the scoring with an assist.
In indoor action, the Kickers under-14 team improved to 11-1-2 by defeating Mountain Road, 9-0.
Jill Jones had four goals for SPSA and Tara Theis chipped in three goals and one assist.
Severna Park dropped its Maryland Cup matchup, bowing to Potomac United, 2-0.
Fullbacks Chris Kohlepp, Sarah Meehan, Karen Diacont, Lindsay Carlson and Carina Sonberg all played well defensively in the losing cause.
* Under-9 boys -- The Severna Park Raiders (4-0) defeated McLean, Va., 3-2, in an NCSL matchup last Sunday.
Youth baseball * Bronco league -- In spite of several outstanding individual performances, the Fort Smallwood Optimist Red Wings suffered 18-6 loss last week to the Severn Athletic Club No. 1.
Tom Fitch went 2-for-2 for the Red Wings with two home runs and three RBI. Sean Riley added two singles in the loss and Brian Grimes hit a triple.
* 9-and-under boys -- The Millersville Sports Association Fighting Irish opened their county-league season with a 19-0 triumph over Jessup, as Donald Haught and Danny Jones combined for a shutout.
Haught struck out nine in four innings and collected four hits. Third baseman Richard Peroutka went 5-for-5, driving in three runs, stealing six bases, and scoring four runs.
Youth softball The Cape St. Claire Cougars played Davidsonville to a 15-15 tie a 10-12 girls softball game last Tuesday.
Jessica James went 2-for-2 for the Cougars and knocked in two runs and teammate Tiffany Limbacher drove in three runs and walked twice.
Debbie Anderson, Cheryl Buettell and Amanda Cherkin brought home two runs for the Cape and center fielder Kristen Gough went 2-for-3.
The Cougars will play Green Haven and Crofton White in a doubleheader Saturday at Davidsonville Elementary School.
* The Severna Park Dreams ran their record to 8-0 by defeating the Linthicum-Ferndale Thunder last Saturday, 17-9, and then returning on Monday to defeat the L-F Angels, 14-13.
Lauren Richter struck out 14 in the win over the Thunder and Bernadette Wilsman and Beth Balasic each went 3-for-3 in Severna Park's victory over the Angels.
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