Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action around Anne Arundel County on Tuesday, May 11, 2021:
North County 3, Arundel 1: Colby DeAntonis allowed just four hits and one earned run while striking out four and walking three in seven innings to lead the Knights (2-0) past the Wildcats (1-1).
In the first inning, North County got its offense started when Bobby Hardesty was hit by a pitch, driving in a run. Thor Hildebrand led the way with two RBIs and Carson Lowman went 2-2.
Jake Long took the loss for Arundel, surrendering three runs on two hits over four innings while striking out three. John Greenawalt, Corbin Warner, Griffin Siegfried, and Noah DeLuca led the Wildcats with a hit apiece, while Long added a sacrifice fly resulting in the only run scored.
Spalding 11, DeMatha 1: The Cavaliers closed out the regular season with a nonconference win.
Spalding scored four runs in the first inning as Caleb Estes doubled, Ben Wieman added RBI single and Cody Sharman hit a two-out, two-run single. Noah Mrotek was credited with the victory for Cavaliers going 5 ⅔ innings, allowing one run on four hits, striking out eight and walking one.
Eddie Sargent and John Carroll entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief. Parker Thomas went deep in the fourth inning, adding two runs.
Broadneck 6, Southern 2: Sean Murphy threw 5 ⅓ innings, giving up two runs on three hits while striking out six to get the win on the mound for Bruins (1-1). Nick Stergiou had a double and two RBI for Broadneck, which scored four runs in the fourth inning to break open the game. The big inning was thanks to a single by Jack Campo, a sacrifice fly by Brooks Berry, and a double by Stergiou.
Andrew Piatek and Austin Murphy had RBIs for the Bulldogs (1-1). Chris Thomas started the game for Southern and allowed two hits and two runs over three innings, striking out three.
Old Mill 7, Glen Burnie 3: Jack Hampson pitched four innings for the win as the Patriots improved to 2-0. Eric Mondragon had two hits for Old Mill and Christian Murphy had an RBI double.
South River 12, Annapolis 0: Sam Howard allowed five hits and no runs while striking out six in five innings while going 3-4 with two RBI at the plate to lead the Seahawks (1-1) past the Panthers (0-2).
Noah Reeder and Josh Long each had two doubles for South River, which capitalized on several early errors by Annapolis.
Sebastian Casanova took the loss for the Panthers as he allowed six hits and seven runs — five earned — while walking two and striking out four in four innings. Trenton Player went 2-3 with a double and Alejandro Casanova went 2-3. Cam Brown and Sebastian Casanova also registered hits for Annapolis.
Severn 10, St. Mary’s 9
Key 20, Mt. Carmel 5: Hudson Smith and Teddy Fleming both netted five goals and assisted two while Reid Chapman scored four goals to lead the Obezags.
James Madison added three goals and an assist and Jaeden Clarke (1 goal, 2 assists) and Owen Wood (3 assists) both tallied three points. Chris Bulmer and Chenna Ahaghotu also scored a goal apiece, while Patrick Tormey and Henry Paucek both had one assist. In goal, Henry Robbins made four saves.
Severna Park 18, Chesapeake 4: Kyle Griffith had five goals and four assists, three of which were to Charlie Evans who netted six goals to lead the Falcons (2-0). Kurt Klaus also had two assists and a goal, and faceoff specialist Colin Shadowens won 22 of 24 draws. The defense held the Cougars (1-1) to only two goals in each half, with Ashby Shepard in goal having four saves.
Blaine Smith had two goals and an assist and Nathan Rosado and Nate Enoc had a goal apiece for Chesapeake. Evan Winterbottom made 20 saves while Ryan Rush had two.
South River 9, Northeast 4: Tommy O’Brien won 11 of 14 faceoffs and Kai Bender posted eight saves in front of standout defender Nick Rehanek to lead the Seahawks (2-0) past the Eagles (0-2).
Henry Sykes had three goals and an assist and Connor Chick added two goals and an assist to lead the South River offense. Other offensive production came from Jake Travis (2 goals), Justin Martin (1 goal, 1 assist) Aiden Stephan (1 goal) and Kyle Matick (1 assist).
R.J. Breeden scored three goals and Reece Cianfrani added a goal for Northeast. Robbie Price had an assist, while Blaine Bennett made four saves and Chance Beck made six. Chris Dombroski won six faceoffs.
Broadneck 23, Old Mill 2: David Fisher had three goals and four assists, Kyle Pierce added four goals and two assists and Aiden Doyle had five points on three goals and two helpers as the Bruins (1-1) cruised past the Patriots (1-1).
Sam Kelley had a hat trick and Mitch Murray added three points on two goals and an assist. Ryan Della (1 assist), Gregg Bowman (1 assist), Carter Orders (1 assist), Brooks Chatlos, Jake Schroll, Simon Moore, Anthony Valentine and Christian Radovic all scored one goal apiece. Jackson Shaw, Graham Hartman, Cam Norton and Tyler Hicks each tallied an assist for Broadneck.
Zeke Bowen and Jamal Brooks scored the lone goals for Old Mill.
Annapolis 14, Meade 3: Jake Leming had four goals and three assists, Andrew Wasielewski scored a hat trick, Frank Antonelli added two goals and Andrew Smith had two goals and an assist to lead the Panthers (1-1) past the Mustangs (0-2).
August Keohan added a goal and an assist while Noah Tolman and Jack Torney scored their first-ever varsity goals for Annapolis. Carter Holtzman made five saves on 11 shots and Alec Gordon had six saves on 14 shots.
Southern 17, Glen Burnie 0
Southern 19, Glen Burnie 2: Sierra Suplee had 10 points on five goals and five assists, Erin Gulden added five goals and an assist, while Lyndsey Miller netted four goals and assisted another to lead the Bulldogs (1-1) past the Gophers (1-1).
Ashlynn Deans had a hat trick and an assist, Jordan Wheeler pitched in with a goal and one assist, Lily Liberatore netted one goal and Paige Nagle had an assist for Southern, which won 15 draw controls and led 13-1 at halftime. In goal, Elyse Finnelle made two saves.
Megan Helinski and Taylor Huber scored for Glen Burnie and Madison Dietrich made four saves.
Severna Park 15, Chesapeake 1: Delanie Abere had three goals, Hailey Betch had two goals and four assists, Karli Kirchenheiter added two goals and a helper and Emersyn Kelter had three assists to lead the Falcons (1-1) past the Cougars (1-1).
Charlotte Diez, Maddy Goger, Kaila Stasulli, Theresa Bragg (1 assist), Emma Marsh, Sophia Miller, Regan McDonnell, and Abby Kavanaugh each had one goal for Severna Park. Liv Tramontua made four saves.
For Chesapeake, Alyssa Krueger had the lone goal on an assist from Abbey Warner. Abby Dunn had three draw controls and Rachel Zabko had two saves in the first half and Sydney Franz had three in the second half.
Broadneck 18, Old Mill 5: Mary Moore scored three goals and had two assists as the Bruins (2-0) topped the Patriots (1-1).
Tobin Chambers added three goals and an assist while Alexis Abe netted three with two assists. Lily Trout and Julia Sokolowski scored two goals and had an assist apiece. Olivia Orso scored two goals, Lexi Dupcak had a goal and an assist, Lilly Kelley scored a goal, Ella Killian scored a goal and Reagan Baldwin and Sam Lavorini each had two assists. Chloe Rand made five saves and Caitlyn Alperstein made two saves.
Haley Hodak, Allyna Threatt, Molly Sheridan, Olivia Olin and Heather Titus scored for Old Mill. Threatt added three assists and Alana Remillard made eight saves.
Arundel 17, North County 11: The Wildcats led 8-5 at halftime and doubled their lead in the second half to improve to 2-0 with the win.
Nikki Seven had five goals and two assists, Kaitlin Cloyd added three goals and four assists, Caroline Keane notched three goals and two assists and Morgan Gore tallied a hat trick to lead Arundel. Emily Teague (2 goals) Malia Walker (3 assists), Jillian Trout (2 assists), Madison Barber (1 goal, 1 assist), and Oriana Crowley (1 assist) also got on the scoresheet. Kyle Sharpe had six saves.
For the Knights (0-2), Alyssa Yost led the way with eight goals and two assists. Sydney Bolinger and Natalie Cosentino each had a goal and an assist, Lindsay Culbertson posted a goal, Maura Riordan had a pair of assists, and Grace Barry had one helper. Jaclyn Bange made 16 saves in goal.
Annapolis 19, Meade 0: Ruby Fisher had three goals, Amelia Skinner added two goals and two assists, and Riley Gerrish, Sarah Ericson and Reagan Parker registered two goals apiece to help the Panthers (1-1) beat the Mustangs (0-2).
Ivy Barrett, Abby Roth, Janez Matthews, Jess Gorski, Fiona Coleman, Parker Niblock and Eva McCormick each scored a goal for Annapolis. Maddie Wilson had two saves in the cage.
South River 20, Northeast 5
Severn 4, Loyola 1: The Admirals (14-0) kept their undefeated season alive with a win in the MIAA A Conference semifinals. The finals are Thursday at Andover Swim and Tennis Club at 4:00 p.m.
In No. 1 singles, Matt McNair continued his undefeated season by dominating Peter Steall 6-0, 6-0. In 2 singles, Severn’s Dan McNair beat Josh Eckel 6-4, 6-7 (7-4) 2-1 retired. In No. 3 singles, Severn’s Nate Krall beat Jon Zaprianov 6-2, 6-4. In No. 1 doubles, Micheal Hesford and Aiden Gilroy clinched the match with a three-set win over Vincent Griffin and Colin Strain 5-7, 6-1, 6-4. No. 2 doubles was Loyola’s only win with Graham Goldsbrough and Parker Becks defeating Severn’s team of James Lowe and Luke Fromal 6-3, 6-2.
Chesapeake 8, Glen Burnie 1: The Cougars (1-0) beat the Gophers (1-1) in both team’s season opener.
No. 1 boys singles, Chesapeake’s Riley Fitzpatrick beat Nick Mullen 6-1, 6-0. No. 2 boys singles, Chesapeake’s Joshua Colangelo defeated Sebastian Surprenant 6-1, 6-0. No. 1 girls singles, Glen Burnie’s Kristin Hall defeated Jena Kopp 6-4, 6-3. No. 2 girls singles, Chesapeake’s Anna Harmon defeated Natalie Mullen 6-2, 6-0.
No. 1 boys doubles, Chesapeake’s Frank Turek and Brooks Turek beat Matt Henson and George Schrauder III 6-4, 6-1. No. 2 boys doubles, Chesapeake’s Ben Zenker and Ben Hilpert defeated Sokheng “Sunny” Ly and George Palm 6-0, 6-0. No. 1 girls doubles, Chesapeake’s Maddie Hoyer and Reina Patolia beat Princella Antwi and Patricia Santos 6-1, 6-0. No. 2 girls doubles, Chesapeake’s Sammi Leo and Emma McNamara defeated Sabine Isheja Kezan and Laiba Saeed 6-0, 6-2.
Chesapeake’s mixed doubles team won by default.
Old Mill 8, Northeast 1: The Patriots (1-0) began the new season with big win after two-year hiatus.
In boys’ action, No. 1 singles player Old Mill’s Brendan She beat Josh Cuff 6-2, 6-0. In No. 2 singles, Old Mill’s Ryan Williams defeated K. Ovedraogo 6-3, 6-3. In No. 1 doubles, Old Mill’s Yash Gulati and Garrett DiBenio beat J. Michael and J. Cuevas, 6-0, 6-0. In No. 2 doubles, Old Mill’s Rohan Sarnaik and Harvir Guhman beat A. Shaffer and A. Syme, 6-1, 6-1.
In mixed doubles, Old Mill’s Tyler Blatzheim and Isana Matthews defeated L. Villareal and A. Koblinsky, 6-4, 2-6 (12-10).
In girls’ action, No. 1 singles player Old Mill’s Ashley Chen beat Megan Heptner, 6-3, 6-3. In No. 2 singles, Old Mill’s SiYu Chen defeated Hanna Scheafele, 6-1, 6-3. In No. 1 doubles, Old Mill’s Maggie Hampson and Madison Runk beat M. Smith and L. Farmer, 6-2, 6-1. In No. 2 doubles, Northeast’s F. Smith and E. Smith beat Christina Cinquanto and Vivian Maneval 6-3, 2-6 (10-7).
Severna Park 9, Southern 0: The Falcons (1-0) kicked off their season with a sweep of the Bulldogs.
In boys’ action, Severna Park’s No. 1 singles player Chris Preston beat Will Derrich 6-0, 6-0. In No. 2 boys singles, Severna Park’s John Melles defeated Quentin Melancon 6-0, 6-0. In No. 1 boys doubles, Severna Park’s Charlie Herman and Lucas Fuhrmann beat Eric Brown and Matt Lind 6-0, 6-0. In No. 2 doubles, Severna Park won by forfeit.
In mixed doubles, Severna Park’s Kevin Breitinger and Meredith Scheppens defeated Aidan Holocomb and Kelsey Melancon 6-1, 6-0.
In girls’ action, Severna Park’s No. 1 singles player Sydney Mudd beat Emma Robertson 6-0, 6-0. In No. 2 singles, Severna Park’s Lylah Mudd defeated Caroline Tanner 6-0, 6-1. In No. 1 doubles, Severna Park’s Katelyn Haufe and Grace Warner beat Teeghan Holocomb and Taylor Hardesty 6-0, 6-0. In No. 2 doubles, Severna Park’s Marilyn Koppold and Elizabeth Opladen beat Jeevani Adams and Ayat Noar, 6-0, 6-0.
Broadneck 7, Annapolis 2: The Bruins won seven of nine matches to win their season opener.
In No. 1 boys singles, Broadneck’s Gustav Kemp beat Connor Walter 6-1, 6-1. In No. 2 boys singles, Broadneck’s Graham Fenn defeated Sean Johnson 6-3, 6-1. In No. 1 boys doubles, Broadneck’s Charlie Ernst and Nathan Lime beat Noah Helmann and Will Smith 6-0, 3-6, 6-1. In No. 2 boys doubles, Broadneck’s Alec Goldfaden and Gavin Misner beat Danny Fitzpatrick and Alex Lyman 6-2, 6-1.
In No. 1 girls singles, Annapolis’ Catherine Gilman beat Elicia Aponte 6-2, 6-4. In No. 2 girls singles, Annapolis’ Camden Schultz defeated Rebecca Terry 6-3, 6-4. In No. 1 girls doubles, Broadneck’s Anna Green and Riley Snowden defeated Serena Claggett and Bella Nudelman 6-1, 6-0. In No. 2 girls doubles, Broadneck’s Natalie Hosie and Alyson Kouhi beat Jemma Bates and Brooke Niblock 6-2, 6-0.
In mixed doubles, Broadneck’s Clara Kemp and David Dallenegra defeated Leah Marcus and Will Francis 3-6, 6-2, 6-3.
Broadneck 24, Southern 3: Samantha Waters and Kendall Slonaker had four strikeouts in the circle and Amberly Jolly went 4-6 with a double and three-run triple to lead the Bruins (1-1) past the Bulldogs (0-2). Samantha Waters went 3-5 with a two-run double and Adrianna Compofelice walked twice and had a two-run triple to help Broadneck offensively.
North County 9, Arundel 1: Breanna Clayton was the winning pitcher for the Knights (2-0) as she struck out nine and allowed two hits.
Linsey Voorhese went 3-4 with two singles, a triple and an RBI, and Emma Sullivan went 4-4 with three singles, a double and four RBI. Courtney Leisner went 2-3 with a single, a triple and two RBI and Ella Ranson went 3-3 for North County.
For Arundel (1-1), Sam Cinotti had a single and Sierra Williams had a double and an RBI.
Glen Burnie 10, Old Mill 5: Wynter Radcliffe allowing five runs on six hits and struck out 10 in six innings to lead the Gophers (2-0) past the Patriots (0-2).
Sheila Kiernan went 2-4 with two doubles and an RBI, Bryn Mulzer went 1-3 with two RBI, and Reagan McCoy, Kaitlyn Matheny and Carrigan Bidinger each had a single for Old Mill.
South River 18, Annapolis 0: Brianna Ford threw two scoreless innings and Alyssa Smith led off the game with a triple to get the Seahawks (2-0) going. She also threw the final three innings of relief.