Terps beat Falcons with 13-0 spurt

The Baltimore Sun

Freshman attackman Ryan Young had four assists for the second time this season to lead No. 5 Maryland past visiting Air Force, 16-4, yesterday at Ludwig Field.

The Falcons (1-4) took a 1-0 lead on Griffin Nevitt's unassisted goal at the 11:09 mark of the first quarter. Maryland (5-2) responded with goals by Grant Catalino (two goals), Brian Farrell (Boys' Latin) and Dan Groot.

Air Force scored twice in the closing minute of the first quarter before Maryland's Will Dalton (two goals) scored with 15 seconds left to give the Terps a 4-3 advantage and start a 13-0 scoring run.

Maryland junior Jason Carter made a career-best nine saves.

Salisbury 6, Denison 3 -- Riley Clark made a career-high 17 saves for the host Sea Gulls (8-0). He had seven saves in the fourth quarter, when the Big Red (3-2) took 13 shots.

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