Sisters Audrey and Ava Todd won at Nos. 1 and 2 singles and undefeated Roland Park girls tennis team won the IAAM A Conference Championship at McDonogh on Thursday.
Audrey avenged an earlier season loss to McDonogh's Kristina Centenari by beating her, 7-5, 6-4. Ava beat Marta Cherpak of St. Paul's, 6-0, 6-1.
The Reds (9-0) were the regular-season champions, but the conference winner is solely decided by winning the four-day tournament. Bryn Mawr took second place.
Friends School won the B Conference, and St. Timothy's took second.
John Carroll's Cat Gordon defeated Friends' Rachel Bolan, 6-0, 6-0 in No. 1 singles. And Mary Collns of Friends beat Maddy Taylor of Glenelg Country School, 6-4, 6-2, in No. 2.
No. 10 Garrison Forest 6, St. Paul's 0: Brooke Adler and Erica Marshall each scored twice as the visiting Grizzlies (13-2-1) shut out the Gators.
No. 11 Notre Dame Prep 1, St. Mary's 0: Meaghan Smith scored the game-winner on an assist from Casey Pasquarella for the visiting Blazers (8-1-1).
No. 2 McDonogh 3, John Carroll 1: Ryan Kennedy scored the go-ahead goal with 18 minutes left and assisted on the insurance goal six minutes later in the second half for the host Eagles (15-3-1).
McDonogh took a 1-0 lead off Julian Griggs goal in the first half before John Carroll knotted the score at the half.
Mike Gamble scored the final goal for McDonogh.
No. 3 Gilman 3, No. 8 Calvert Hall 0: Joe Cahalan had a goal and an assist as the host Greyhounds (13-2-3) beat the Cardinals (8-4-1).
"We were coming off an emotional loss on Tuesday [Mount St. Joseph 3, Gilman 2] and they were coming off an emotional win on Tuesday [Calvert Hall 2, McDonogh 1]," Gilman coach Jon Seal said. "We were able to rebound and are in second place in the A Conference, still within striking distance of McDonogh.
No. 7 Mount St. Joseph 1, St. Mary's 0: Goalie Nate Ramsland assisted on the game-winnning goal and made four saves to record his eighth shutout of the season for the host Gaels (11-3-1).
David Falvo took the pass from Ramsland, dribbled past two defenders and scored the game-winner from 19-yards out, near the penalty box.
No. 11 Reservoir 4, Mount Hebron 0: Backup goalie Ryan Dooley made three saves in his first shutout of the season for the visiting Gators (10-3-1) . Jake Cocci scored the first goal for Reservoir.
No. 1 Centennial d. Marriotts Ridge, 3-1: Sam Brostrom had 13 kills and Liz Brown had 11 for the host Eagles (12-0) as Centennial won, 25-18, 25-9, 21-25, 25-8.
Kelsey Gibbons had eight aces and eight digs for Centennial.