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Area stars dominate Inside Lacrosse's list of top 30 senior girls

Lizzie Colson scores against Roland Park in a win in April. She's one of Inside Lacrosse's highest-rated seniors.
Lizzie Colson scores against Roland Park in a win in April. She's one of Inside Lacrosse's highest-rated seniors. (Doug Kapustin / For the Baltimore Sun)

Century midfielder Hannah Warther (Maryland), Manchester Valley midfielder Lizzie Colson (Maryland), McDonogh attacker Brindi Griffin (Maryland), Severna Park midfielder Eva Klaus (Johns Hopkins), McDonogh midfielder Savannah Buchanan (Notre Dame), Winters Mill attacker Coeli Love (Florida) and Catonsville defender Lila Nazarian (Syracuse) were the Baltimore-area girls players named to Inside Lacrosse's list of top 30 seniors. On the watch list were North Harford attacker Maria Auth (Penn State), Manchester Valley defender Sami Chenoweth (Towson), Roland Park midfielder Anna Hauser (Virginia) and Marriotts Ridge midfielder Lexi Souder (Johns Hopkins). ... McDonogh attacker Andie Aldave (Notre Dame), St. Mary's midfielder Shelby Harrison (Johns Hopkins), Liberty midfielder Grace Griffin (Maryland) and McDonogh attacker Catie May (Maryland) were the Baltimore-area players to make Inside Lacrosse's rankings of the top 20 juniors. On the watch list were Notre Dame Prep midfielder Keegan Barger (Johns Hopkins), Centennial defender Lauren Bracey (Maryland), South River attacker Kassidy Bresnahan (Florida), Century midfielder Kylie Davis (Maryland), Garrison Forest midfielder Samantha Fielder (Loyola Maryland), Notre Dame Prep midfielder Katie Railey and Severn midfielder Brooke Robbins (Maryland). ...

More: Marriotts Ridge midfielder Sydney Bender (Maryland), McDonogh goalie Julia Cooper (Stanford), McDonogh attacker Julia Hoffman (Maryland), McDonogh midfielder Maddie Jenner, Notre Dame Prep attacker Hannah Mardiney (Florida), North Carroll midfielder Tayler Warehime (North Carolina) and St. Paul's midfielder Darby Welsh were the area players named to Inside Lacrosse's watch list of top sophomores.

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Elney scores twice as No. 11 Terps win in men's soccer

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Freshman Sebastian Elney scored twice as the No. 11 Maryland men's soccer team (4-2-3, 1-0-2 Big Ten Conference) cruised to a 4-1 win over host Wisconsin (2-6, 1-1) on Sunday, its first victory in conference play. Elney has six goals in nine games this season, tied for the most in the league. Senior Mael Corboz and junior Alex Crognale also scored for the Terps.

College field hockey: Four players scored for host No. 9 Maryland (8-3, 3-0 Big Ten Conference) in a 5-1 win over Michigan State (3-7, 0-3). Freshman Linnea Gonzales (Patterson Mill) had two goals for the Terps, who scored all five goals in the first half. … Despite a season-high 12 saves by sophomore Emilee Woodall, host Towson lost, 5-1, to Villanova (3-6).

College volleyball: Towson defeated host Delaware, 3-2, to earn its first Colonial Athletic Association win this season and move to 14-2, 1-1. The Blue Hens are 8-7, 0-2.

Women's college soccer: Sophomore Alex Anthony converted a second-half penalty kick to tie the match before host Illinois (8-2-1, 2-1-1 Big Ten) scored a goal in the second overtime period to hand Maryland (5-6, 0-3) a 2-1 loss. … Delaware State (3-8-1) scored on a free kick with 38 seconds remaining to edge visiting Mount St. Mary's, 2-1. Freshman Nikki Pinto scored her second goal of the season for the Mountaineers (1-10) in the loss. … Junior Destinee Morris scored her second goal of the season shortly after Albany (5-5-1, 0-0-1 America East Conference) took the lead in overtime, helping UMBC (2-7-2, 0-0-1) earn a 1-1 tie at home. … Sophomore Clare MacAdam scored twice for host Navy (6-4-2, 0-0-2 Patriot League), but junior Nicole Wahlig's goal with under three minutes remaining in regulation helped Loyola Maryland (3-5-1, 1-0-1) earn a 2-2 draw Saturday.

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Minor league baseball: The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs won the independent Atlantic League's Freedom Division three games to one with a 6-0 victory over the visiting Lancaster Barnstormers on Saturday night. The Blue Crabs, who last won a division title in 2009 by taking the Liberty Division, advance to the championship series where they'll play this year's Liberty winner, either the Long Island Ducks or the Somerset Patriots.

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