No. 11 Reservoir upsets No. 1 Wilde Lake in boys soccer

No. 11 Reservoir upset No. 1 Wilde Lake, 1-0, on Friday in a boys soccer Class 3A East regional semifinal.

Jake Coccio scored the only goal of the game for the Gators (12-3-1) with 22 minutes remaining in the second half on a pass from Peter Park.

The host Wildecats appeared to take the lead in the first half, but one of their players was ruled to have been offside, negating the goal and leaving the game scoreless at halftime.

"When we got in at halftime, we talked about what worked and what didn't work," Reservoir coach Paul Linkins said. "I challenged them to put together 40 minutes of soccer. I was really proud of them."

No. 9 River Hill 3, Atholton 0: Tommy Krug scored two goals in the second half as the Hawks (13-1-1) beat the visiting Raiders.

After the Raiders held the Hawks scoreless in the first half, Scott Tinker found the net off an assist from Michael Peters to open the scoring. Krug added his 12th and 13th goals of the season off assists from Tomi Williams and Jack Noonan, respectively.

Girls soccer

Loch Raven 0, Sparrows Point 0 (Loch Raven won on penalty kicks, 3-1):

Kayla Doole, Chelsea Hunt and Kara Kleinhammer scored on penalty kicks as the Raiders defeated the Pointers in a Class 1A South semifinal.

Abigail Ruppel made eight saves for Loch Raven, three in the shootout.

Girls volleyball

No. 9 Mount Hebron d. Atholton, 3-0: Led by the leadership and serving of Maddy Birus, the host Vikings defeated the Raiders in the first round of the Class 3A East playoffs.

No. 13 Liberty d. Winters Mill, 3-0: Kristen Henretty recorded 31 assists and Kelsea Littleton made 11 kills to lead the host Lions past the Falcons

No. 14 Broadneck d. North County, 3-0: Margaret Doody had eight kills, three blocks, two aces and an assist for the Bruins against the visiting Knights in Class 4A East.

Alli Graf added 20 assists, five digs, five aces, four kills and a block for Broadneck, which won, 25-9, 25-16, 25-12.

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