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Digest (Aug. 28): Loyola Blakefield opens with 6-0 soccer victory

Loyola Blakefield's soccer team opened its season with a 6-0 win over Shipley School (Pa.) at Goucher College on Tuesday. Chase Llewellyn scored twice and Dylan Becks, Cole Hendrix, Julian Schmugge and John Peterson each scored once. Luke Brigg had two assists and Matt Lala, James Ugarte, John Peterson, Dominick Caltabaino each had an assist. Loyola's defense, led by Ben Gallagher, held Shipley to two shots. Goalies Patrick Milmoe and Tyler Ledford combined for the shutout.

Tennis: Frances Tiafoe of Riverdale, a product of the Junior Tennis Champions Center in College Park, defeated No. 29 seed Adrian Mannarino of France, 6-1, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, for his first career U.S. Open victory.

College football: 16 on the Park, the Residence Inn Baltimore at The John Hopkins Medical Campus' rooftop restaurant in Eager Park, will feature broadcasts (88.9 FM) with Morgan State coach Ernest T. Jones during its Morgan Sports Live broadcasts Friday, Oct. 4 and Oct. 18. Events feature WEAA Radio and football giveaways.

College field hockey: Salisbury is ranked No. 5 in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III National Coaches Poll for the preseason. The Sea Gulls earned 926 points in the poll, behind only Middlebury (1,362 points), Messiah (1,287), The College of New Jersey (1,112) and Franklin & Marshall (1,023).

Men's college soccer: Loyola Maryland's Michael Marchiano, a Bel Air native, has been named one of nine NCAA Division I assistant coaches to watch in 2018 by TopDrawerSoccer.

College tennis: St. Mary's graduate Melissa Barall (Wilde Lake) is the Seahawks' nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award. The award, established in 1991, honors graduating female college athletes who have exhausted their eligibility.

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