Broadneck deals No. 5 South River 1st loss in girls soccer

Alli Dawson scored twice as host Broadneck upset No. 5 South River, 3-0, in girls soccer Thursday.

The Bruins improved to 7-3 and the Seahawks fell to 7-1-1.

"We put a lot of pressure on them in the first half," said Broadneck coach John Camm.

Dawson scored the first and third goals, and Sammi Dean had the second.

No. 6 Severna Park 6, Glen Burnie 0: Marisa Kresge had two goals and an assist to power the visiting Falcons (5-0-3) past the Gophers.

Severna Park led 4-0 at the half.

Hereford 4, No. 12 Fallston 2: Abby Noble scored twice and the host Bulls upset the defending Class 2A state champion Cougars (6-2).

The game had begun Sept. 22 but was called because of lightning. Brooke Nigrin and Heather Summers scored for Fallston.

South Carroll 1, No. 15 Century 0: Cortney Diller scored the winner 20 minutes into the game as the Cavaliers upset the host Knights (4-1-2).

Boys soccer

No. 1 McDonogh 3, No. 10 Mount St. Joseph 0: Mike Gamble gave the host Eagles (13-1) a 1-0 lead at the half and added an insurance goal in the second half against the Gaels (8-3-1).

Gamble hit a shot from 25 yards out at the 25-minute mark for a 1-0 McDonogh lead. Malcolm Harris added a goal at the 22-minute mark of the second half, and Gamble scored his second goal two minutes later.

"This was a game between the two defending playoff teams, not your typical rah-rah high school game," McDonogh coach Steve Nichols said. "We got special plays from special players. He [Gamble] hit a missile. It was like a rocket."

No. 2 Gilman 2, No. 6 Loyola 1: Jared Sullivan scored the game-winner with 31/2 minutes left to lift the visiting Greyhounds (9-0-3) over the Dons (4-4).

Tanner Vosvick gave Gilman a 1-0 lead 15 minutes into the game before Loyola's Jamie Dubyoski tied the score with 25 minutes left. With less than four minutes to go, Anthony Kim got behind the defenders on the left and centered to Sullivan, who drew the goalie out, got past him and netted the game-winner.

"This game had a playoff atmosphere to it," Gilman head coach Jon Seal said. "We're trying to stay within striking distance of McDonogh. And those three points [standings points for a win] are critical."

Gilman travels to McDonogh on Monday at 4 p.m.

Field hockey

No. 15 Garrison Forest 3, St.Mary's 0: Erica Marshall assisted on the first goal and scored the second to power the host Grzzlies (10-2-1) past the Saints.

Girls volleyball

No. 1 Centennial d. No. 9 Mount Hebron, 3-0: Samantha Brostrom had 18 kills and seven digs, and Liz Brown had nine kills and 11 digs for the visiting Eagles (7-0).

The Vikings fell to 7-2. Centennial won, 25-20, 25-20, 25-11

No. 13 Liberty d. Winters Mill, 3-0: Hanna Perez had 12 kills and Jordan Groose had 29 digs for the host Lions (5-3).

Liberty won, 25-15, 25-22, 25-18.

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