Bryn Mawr edges Spalding, 2-1

The Baltimore Sun

Sarah Cole scored the game-winning goal for No. 2 Bryn Mawr on a breakaway in a 2-1 field hockey victory over No. 7 Spalding yesterday.

The host Mawrtians put heavy pressure on Cavaliers goalie Ciarra Delost, firing nine shots at her. Delost held up well, saving seven, but she allowed one more goal than her counterpart, Abby Bisbee, who saw only three shots and allowed a goal to Kaitlyn May.

Spalding fell to 1-2.

Despite starting the season 3-0 and being ranked No. 2, Bryn Mawr has had its share of struggles, coach Jeanette Budzick says.

"It's been challenging for us. We've been rebuilding our defense. We've been trying to work out the kinks and we're taking it one game at a time," Budzick said.

Girls soccer

Century 3, Francis Scott Key 0 -- The visiting Knights (4-0) picked up the victory over the Eagles, but Key goalie Sharon Krome was the star of the match. Krome allowed three goals but saved an astounding 32 shots. Century goalie Megan Spencer faced only one shot. Hannah Bordner, Sarah Conner and Katie Schwarzmann scored for the Knights.


No. 3Archbishop Spalding def. Annapolis Area Christian, 3-0 -- Senior Kelly Galligan had nine kills and went 17-for-18 serving as the Cavaliers (4-0) beat the Eagles (3-1).

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