Kristen Gaudreau scored twice, on assists from Kelly Busick and Jamie McGraw, and the ninth-ranked St. Mary's field hockey team upset second-ranked and host Severna Park last night, 2-1.
The Saints' defense shut down the Falcons' Erin Shaklee, Anne Arundel County's leading scorer.
St. Mary's improved to 8-2-2, and Severna Park slipped to 11-2.
"We just played really, really awesome hockey tonight. We connected on our passes and didn't give up at all," said ninth-year Saints coach Patti Lavell. "The last couple of years, we've lost in the last minute to Severna Park for three straight years. This time, we held on and wouldn't go down."
River Hill 1, No. 14 Centennial 1, 2OT: The Eagles' Caitlin Marshall forced overtime with a goal at 25: 25 of the second half. River Hill's Erika Hyrowski opened the scoring at 14: 39 of the first half.
The Eagles fell to 3-2-1, and the Hawks dropped to 4-1-2.
No. 10 Chesapeake-AA 1, Broadneck 0: Becky Marks scored with 9: 30 left to carry the Cougars (11-1-1). The Bruins fell to 8-3.
No. 12 Long Reach 2, Howard 1, OT: Theresa Heston scored with 8: 30 left in overtime to lift the visiting Lightning (5-2-2).
No. 13 Severna Park 5, No. 14 Glen Burnie 3: Early in the second half, when Gophers presented their biggest challenge, the visiting Falcons had answers at both ends of the field to walk off with the win.
Chris Boyd's goal in front -- coming five minutes into the second half and one minute after Glen Burnie (6-3-1) evened the score at 1 -- was Severna Park's first response.
Severna Park goalie Jon Hopp provided the second moments later, shutting down Jason Fridley point-blank on a breakaway chance.
The Falcons (10-2) went on to build a 4-1 lead to take control with senior Jerry Cornett providing three goals. Fellow senior Jon Traylor finished a penalty kick to close out the scoring.
No. 2 Oakland Mills 3, No. 12 Wilde Lake 1: Trevor Shea scored the winning goal for the Scorpions in the 45th minute.
Oakland Mills (10-1 overall, 5-1 league) moved into a first-place tie with River Hill in the Howard County League.
The Scorpions led 1-0 on a goal by Steve Blakely (four goals, six assists) in the 19th minute. Wilde Lake (5-3, 4-2) tied the game on a goal by Bobby Ratcliffe.