Digest (Oct. 13): Matt Mackenzie leads Salisbury's upset of Mary Washington in soccer

The Salisbury men's soccer team picked up a 2-1 victory over No. 8 Mary Washington on Saturday afternoon. Matt Mackenzie (Arundel) notched the game winner with just 2:39 remaining to hand the Eagles (9-1-2, 2-1-1 CAC) their first loss of the season. Mary Washington struck first in the 18th minute on a Ryan Van Maanen goal. Salisbury (9-2-2, 2-1-1 CAC) answered in the 38th minute on Ryan Spadin's third goal of the year to tie. Senior Trevor Brookhart (Liberty), who made six stops in the match, made a critical diving save in the 64th minute.

Men's soccer: Josh Fawole scored twice to lead the Loyola Maryland to a thrilling 3-1 victory over Boston University in a Patriot League matchup on Friday night at Ridley Athletic Complex.... Navy suffered a 4-1 loss against rival Army on Friday night at Army-Navy Cup VII at Talen Energy Stadium, in Chester, Pa. Jacob Williams (Old Mill) got the Midshipmen (1-10-1, 0-5 Patriot League) on the board early, but the Black Knights' (5-6-1, 2-3) three second-half goals were too much for Navy to overcome. ... Swarthmore scored in the 71st minute to top McDaniel, 1-0, on Saturday.

Women's soccer: McDaniel scored three second-half goals to overcome a 2-1 halftime deficit and top Haverford, 4-2. Alyssa Johnston (Southern-Anne Arundel) had a goal and assist, including the tie-breaking goal in the 80th minute. Lindsey Farrell (Loch Raven) added a goal and an assist. ... Washington College (7-5, 3-5 CC) clinched its best Centennial Conference record in a 2-0 win over host Franklin & Marshall this afternoon. Arianna Sabatino pulled into a tie for the school record for career goals with twin sister Olivia Sabatino in the victory. ... Visiting Mary Washington handed Salisbury a 1-0 setback.

Men's cross country: Nicolas Fransham (North Harford) led a group of Mount five runners in the top 20 to propel the Mount St. Mary's men's cross country team to first place at the Gettysburg Invitational. Fransham finished second first among college competitors in 25:54.9.

Women's volleyball: Host Stevenson swept Cabrini, 3-0, and Kean, 3-0, in a home tri-match Saturday afternoon.

Et Cetera

Morgan State's Kendley among final Wizards cuts

The Washington Wizards waived forward Lavoy Allen and guards Chasson Randle , Chris Chiozza and Tiwian Kendley (Morgan State). The Wizards roster stands at 14, which does not include their two two-way players, Devin Robinson and Jordan McRae.

NFL: Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds is on the waiver wire, according to a report by NBC Sports. The Seattle Seahawks released Reynolds before their game against the Oakland Raiders at Wembley Stadium to make room to activate tight end Tyrone Swoopes from the practice squad.

Horse racing: Apprentice Weston Hamilton rode back-to-back winners Saturday at Laurel Park , Southern Peach ($4) in the second race and Expect Wonderful ($4.60) in the third, and added a third winner with Dance Queen ($5.60) in the eighth. Southern Peach and Dance Queen are both trained by Dale Capuano. ... Hillwood Stable's multiple stakes winner Phlash Phelps breezed a sharp five furlongs Saturday at Laurel Park in his final work before seeking to become the first three-time winner of the $125,000 Maryland Million Turf. Regular rider Victor Carrasco was aboard as Phlash Phelps was clocked in a bullet 59 seconds over a Laurel main track rated good, the fastest of 20 horses at the distance. It was the 7-year-old gelding's lone timed work since finishing fourth in the off-the-turf Find Stakes Sept. 29 at Laurel.

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