Junior striker Stephanie Van Deusen scored twice to lift visiting Atholton (2-1) over Glen Burnie (0-1), 4-1, in a non-conference girls soccer game yesterday.
* Meade 5, Laurel 5: Jamie Millett and Tere Frilichowski made 17 and 16 saves, respectively, as Meade and Laurel played to a double-overtime tie.
* John Carroll 1, St. Mary's 0: Sophomore halfback Amy Goetzinger scored the game-winner 21:32 into the second half, as John Carroll (2-0, 3-0) edged host St. Mary's (1-3, 2-4) in Catholic League game.
* Overlea 5, Chesapeake-BC 1: Forwards Tamika Gray and Colleen Neas scored two goals each to lead visiting Overlea past Chesapeake-BC (0-1, 0-1) in a 2A Baltimore County League game.
* McDonogh 7, Catholic 1: Sophomore striker Laurie Schwoy scored five goals to lead No. 1 McDonogh (4-0, 3-0) past Catholic (2-2, 1-2) in a Catholic League game.
* No. 3 Overlea 5, Chesapeake 0: Overlea (2-0) had a 51-4 edge in shots in beating Chesapeake (0-2).
* South River 1, Lackey 0, OT: Jeff Schrumm broke a scoreless tie 20 seconds in the overtime period, lifting host South River (1-0) past Lackey (0-1).
* Atholton 6, Glen Burnie 0: Atholton (3-0) scored five goals in the second half and cruised past Glen Burnie (0-1). Remington Stone had five saves in the shutout.
* Old Mill 5, Calvert 0: Bob Thomas had two goals and an assist to lead Old Mill (1-0) past visiting Calvert (2-1).
* Annapolis Area Christian 4, Arlington Baptist 1: Tim Jacobs had a goal and an assist to lead Annapolis Area Christian (2-2) past Arlington Baptist (3-1-1).
* Chesapeake-AA 2, Eleanor Roosevelt 1: Justin Wilde scored the winning goal with four minutes left to lead No. 14 Chesapeake (1-0) past Eleanor Roosevelt (1-1).
* Chesapeake-AA 1, Archbishop Spalding 0: Senior forward Tonya Buckmaster scored the game-winner with 9:15 left in the first half, as Chesapeake-AA (2-0) edged Spalding (1-1).
* Kenwood 4, Lansdowne 0: Danielle Baker scored all four goals to lead the Bluebirds (1-0) past the host Vikings (0-1).
* St. Mary's 0, Annapolis 0, OT: St. Mary's (1-0-2) and Annapolis (0-1-1) played to a scoreless tie in a non-league game, which was called four minutes into overtime because of darkness.