Led by senior Tyler Dimes' two goals, the No. 13 Hereford (5-2) boys soccer team came away with a 4-0 home victory against Patapsco on Friday.
In the 12th minute, Dimes received a cross pass from Danny Battle that set him up to score the game's first goal.
Two minutes later, David Endres set Dimes up with a through ball, allowing him to score his second goal of the game.
On top of his two goals, Dimes later added an assist.
Dimes leads the Bulls in goals scored with 14 on the season.
No. 3 River Hill 1, Centennial 0: Jake Turney scored an unassisted goal in the first half to lift the visiting Hawks over the Eagles, their second consecutive 1-0 win.
Goalkeeper Nick Voyton made six saves in his fifth shutout of the season.
No. 9 Marriotts Ridge 2, No. 4 Reservoir 0: Mike Glazer socred a goal in the Mustangs' victory over the Gators.
No. 8 Wilde Lake 2, Glenelg 0: After a scoreless first half, Luke Verdi scored his first goal of the season and Devon McNeal also found the back of the net in the second half to give the visiting Wildecats (8-0-2) the win against the Gladiators.
No. 11 Dulaney 6, Sparrows Point 1: David Wyley led the visiting Lions (5-2) by scoring two goals and assisting on two others. He now has three goals on the season.
No. 4 Century 1, Winters Mill 0: Jill Remenapp scored her third goal of the season to lead the Knights (9-0) over the host Falcons. The first-half goal stood as the only offense Century needed to preserve the win.
No. 12 Hereford 5, Loch Raven 0: Rachel Karwacki had a goal and an assist as the Bulls (7-2) blanked the host Raiders.
No. 1 McDonogh 4, Mount de Sales 0: Ashley Spivey scored two goals and added an assist as the visiting Eagles (9-0) beat the Sailors. Taylor Cummings also scored a goal and added an assist.
It was a "physical game on both ends," McDonogh coach Javier Bastos said.
An earlier version of this article misstated the location of the Hereford-Patapsco game. The Baltimore Sun regrets the error.