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Abby Lynch scored with 27 seconds remaining to lift visiting No. 6 Garrison Forest to a 2-1 victory over No. 7 Archbishop Spalding in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference game yesterday.

Lynch deflected the ball in after Catherine Gartner brought it down on the right side and crossed it over.

The game had been scoreless until 4:22 remaining, when junior Kaitlyn May scored off a penalty corner to give the Cavaliers (3-2) the lead. Clair Miller scored unassisted for the Grizzlies (4-1) with 1:32 left to tie it.

"Very intense, well played game among two of the best teams in the area," Spalding coach Leslee Brady said. "It came down to the last four minutes of the game. Neither team was willing to give up. Both teams played their hearts out all the way to the final whistle."

The Cavaliers end a three-game stretch against top-10 teams today when they face Broadneck.

Franklin 3, Overlea 1 -- Senior goalie Lindsey Fowler had 47 saves on 50 shots in a losing effort for the host Falcons.

Girls soccer

No. 7 C. Milton Wright 6, Reservoir 0 -- Julia Brown and Kylie Gaylen each had a goal and an assist to lead the host Mustangs (4-1) over the Gators. Jennifer Warner added two assists for C. Milton Wright. Reservoir goalie Marissa Dearden had 16 saves.

No. 14 Liberty 0, South Carroll 0 -- South Carroll goalie Erica Florey recorded 25 saves as the Cavaliers (2-2-1) tied the host Lions (2-1-1). Caitlin Prince recorded three saves for Liberty.

Girls volleyball

No. 1 St. Paul's 3, Chapelgate 1 -- Bailey Webster had 27 kills and Jillian Unitas had 15 to lead the Gators (4-0) over Chapelgate. St. Paul's won, 23-25, 25-10, 25-19, 25-10.

No. 9 Dulaney 3, No. 15 Towson 1 -- Junior Caroline Prevas had 11 kills, at least two in every game, to lead the host Lions (1-1) over the Generals(1-1), 25-22, 25-21, 21-25, 25-23. Seniors Maria DePietro and Danielle Parker each had eight kills for Dulaney.

Boys soccer

No. 2 Archbishop Curley 4, Friends Select (Pa.) 0 -- Chris Weaver scored two goals to lead the Friars (8-0). Curley will play Chestnut Hill (Pa.) today at noon for the championship of the Chestnut Hill invitational.

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