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Roundup: South River volleyball upsets No. 1 Arundel, 3-0

Madison Carter had 19 kills and Nicole Alford went 17-for-18 serving as No. 8 South River upset No. 1 Arundel, 3-0, in girls volleyball Wednesday.

The Falcons (4-0) won, 25-23, 25-17, 25-17.

"We came from behind early in the game," South River coach Maureen Carter said. "And every time [the Wildcats] got their game going, we stopped them."

Nicole Powell added 10 kills for South River.

No. 4 Severna Park 3, Chesapeake-AA 0: Morgan Kline had 12 aces and went 25-for-26 serving as the Falcons (3-0) beat the Cougars.

Severna Park won, 25-6, 25-4, 25-3.

Boys soccer

No. 1 McDonogh 2, No. 5 Mount St. Joseph 0: The host Eagles (5-0, 3-0 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) scored a pair of second-half goals, and the defense secured its fifth straight shutout of the season.

The match was scoreless at halftime until the Eagles broke through just under a minute into the second half. George Campbell intercepted a pass and fed Kelly Keegan, who scored.

They added the second goal less than 12 minutes later when Connor Smith's direct kick into the box pinballed to sophomore Momoh Eramuse, who drilled the ball home.

"Always right place, right time," said Eramuse, a center midfielder who kept the Gaels attack from getting into rhythm.

"He takes off a lot of pressure with the ball and he relieves a lot of pressure off the ball," McDonogh coach Steve Nichols said.

Scott MacDonald, Michael DeShields, Duey Senft and Eramuse made life easy for goalkeeper Calvin Livingston, who didn't face a shot on goal the entire game.

"I thought their back four did a very good job keeping possession of the ball," said Mount St. Joseph coach Mike St.Martin, whose squad dropped to 2-2.

The Eagles have possessed the ball well all season, Nichols said.

"This is probably the best possession team I've had in my 20 years here," he said.

McDonogh took 17 shots, but Gaels goalie Nick DeShong made seven saves.

—Craig Clary,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 10 St. Paul's 2, No. 2 Loyola 1: Five days after beating DeMatha, one of the top teams in the nation, the host Dons (5-2, 2-1 MIAA A Conference) fell to the Crusaders (3-2, 2-2).

Ryan Conrad gave Loyola an early 1-0 lead before Nate Hall evened the score in the first half.

The Crusaders' Juwan Kearson scored the game-winner with 20 minutes left in the game.

John Carroll 3, No. 6 Archbishop Curley 2: After going down 1-0, host John Carroll (4-3, 2-2 MIAA A Conference) relied on Matt Hammons' two goals for a 3-0 run.

Guierllmo Almirall had two assists for the Patriots. Curley fell to 4-3, 1-2.

Girls soccer

No. 6 Catonsville 3, Sparrows Point 2: Jennifer Nonn had a goal and an assist to lead the Comets (3-1) past the host Pointers (4-1).

Field hockey

No. 3 Garrison Forest 2, No. 10 Bryn Mawr 0: Bayly Jarrett scored and the visiting Grizzlies (3-1, 2-0) beat the Mawrtians (2-3, 2-2).

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