Digest (Oct. 12): Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation to host Halloween scramble at Pine Ridge

Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation, also known as Baltimore's Classic Five, will host the Halloween Glow Ball Scramble on Oct. 27 at Pine Ridge Golf Course. The Halloween Glow Ball Scramble will be a four-person scramble event with a 6:30 p.m. shotgun start. One group of 40 golfers will play holes 1-5 and another group of 40 golfers will play holes 10-13 and 18. All groups will receive five glow-in-the-dark golf balls. Players are encouraged to wear a costume and separate prizes will be given for best costume worn by a lady, a gentleman, a couple, and a foursome during the awards cocktail hour following the event. Registration for the Halloween Glow Ball Scramble is open and space is limited to the first 20 teams. A $160 per team price includes green fees, carts, glow-in-the-dark golf balls, prizes, cocktail hour and a buffet dinner. To register online or for more information on the Halloween Glow Ball Scramble golf outing, visit www.classic5golf.com.

College field hockey: Second-ranked Maryland (14-1, 5-1 Big Ten) scored 12 seconds into the game on its way to a 4-0 win at Indiana on Friday afternoon. The Terps held the Hoosiers (4-10, 1-5) without a shot through all 70 minutes. Maryland took 20 shots and scored three goals in the opening period, two by senior tri-captain Linnea Gonzales (Patterson Mill). The Terps take on No. 8 Iowa (11-3, 3-2) Sunday at 1 p.m. in Iowa City. The Terps-Hawkeyes matchup will be televised on the Big Ten Network. ... Defender Jayden Barrick set Hood's all-time record for defensives saves in a career in a 5-0 loss to visiting Centre College. Barrick surpassed Rachel Gauza to put her total at 41 career defensive saves. Goalie Hailey Poisal made 18 saves in 45 minutes for the Blazers.

Women's college soccer: Eleanor Pratt scored with 44 seconds left as Navy rallied for two scores in the final 7:42 to defeat Army, 2-1, on Friday night.

Men's college soccer: Andrew Lasso's second-half goal lifted Mount St. Mary's to a 2-1 victory at Central Connecticut State on Friday night, as the Mountaineers picked up their first Northeast Conference win of the season.

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