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Anne Arundel varsity roundup (Oct. 19): Broadneck boys soccer beats Glen Burnie to stay unbeaten in county play

The Broadneck boys soccer team, seen lining up prior to a game earlier this fall, stayed undefeated in county play Tuesday with a win over Glen Burnie.
The Broadneck boys soccer team, seen lining up prior to a game earlier this fall, stayed undefeated in county play Tuesday with a win over Glen Burnie. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)

Getting goals from four different players Tuesday, Broadneck boys soccer kept its momentum going in the right direction with a 4-1 victory over Glen Burnie.

The Bruins (10-0, 12-1) remain undefeated in league play with just one game left in the regular season — a road match-up against Annapolis on Thursday. Glen Burnie (3-6, 4-8), meanwhile, will play Meade that same evening in its final game of the regular season as well.

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In Tuesday’s match-up, the Bruins got their goals from Jeremiah Rodriguez, Zach Madairy, Ethan Colon and Anders Nelson. Mikey Johnson, Rodriguez and Nelson each registered assists. Glen Burnie’s goal was scored by Prince Osei off an assist from Fernando Buruca.

Broadneck’s trio of Giffin Bodziak, Matt Tettemer and Jackson Shaw (1 save) split time in goal, while the Gophers’ Trevor Kramer made 12 saves.

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Boys soccer

Severna Park 5, Annapolis 1

The Falcons (7-1-1, 9-1-1) cruised past the Panthers (7-3-1, 7-3-1) to stay alone in second place in the county standings. Severna Park was led by Gus Bachmann (two goals) and Kevin Breitinger (three assists). Other goal scorers for the Falcons were Josh Higgins, Ben Groseclose and Elliot Gerig, while Andrew Handen added an assist. Severna Park goalies Brandon Asch (3 saves) and Matt Schisler (2) split time.

The goal for Annapolis was scored by Brian Guillen off an assist from Ryan Cooper. Panthers’ goalie Mike Guzman made six saves.

Chesapeake 3, Arundel 2 2OT

After a scoreless first half, the Cougars (5-5, 5-5) edged the Wildcats (5-4, 6-6-1) in double overtime behind a hat trick from Juan Jose. It’s the third overtime win for Chesapeake this fall.

Two of Jose’s goals were unassisted, including the game-winner on a free kick from 25 yards out, and the other was assisted by Khris Rodriguez. Arundel bounced back from a 2-0 deficit to force extra time, getting goals from Brett Wilkins and Evan Koch. Wilkins and Drew Richardson registered assists.

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South River 3, Crofton 0

The Seahawks (7-4-2) scored early in the first half when Max Cerulla picked up a loose ball, dribbled around the Crofton goalie and shot into the empty net. Christian Gionis added a second for South River off a shot from the top of the box after Neal Coronado laid it off for him. Seth Dorr finished up the scoring in the second half off a Neil Bhagat assist. Jay Jenkins had two saves for South River to preserve the shutout.

Key 6, Mt. Carmel 1

Key (3-1-1, 5-1-1) got three goals apiece from Uchenna Ahagotu and Jaeden Clark on the way to the win over Mt. Carmel. Assists were provided by Edward Bulmer (two), Chris Ajayi, Henry Robbins and Clark.

Old Mill 1, North County 0

Meade 5, Chesapeake SP 0 (Monday)

Field hockey

Severna Park 2, Crofton 1

Chesapeake 3, South River 2

The Cougars (5-6, 5-6) got goals from Hannah Haberkron, Charlotte Alexander and Abigail Warner in the narrow victory over the Seahawks (5-5, 8-5). Chesapeake goalie Shelby Brown made 12 saves, while the team also got assists from Alexander and Delaney Miller. The South River goals were scored by Kelly Webber and Isabel Buckley off assists

Spalding 6, St. Mary’s 0

The Cavaliers (7-1, 11-1) won their third straight game, blanking the Saints (2-5-1, 5-6-1). Bridget Donovan and Katie Fichtner led the way with two goals and an assist each. Jilly Lawn was a big contributor as well with a goal and an assist. Elly Beavers scored the other goal, while Ally Keith and Becca Lawn each had assists.

Southern 13, Glen Burnie 0

The Bulldogs (6-5, 6-5-1) earned the shutout win over the Gophers (2-5, 4-9). Glen Burnie freshman goalie Sydney Green finished with 24 saves.

Broadneck 7, Annapolis 0

Seven players scored in a full team effort as the Bruins (6-3, 9-4) shut out the Panthers (2-8, 2-8). Maya Everett led the way with one goal and two assists, while Lexi Dupcak, Arden Hunteman, Ella Killian and Katelyn Kearns each added one goal and one assist. Jess Kopernick and Chloe Page rounded out the scoring with one goal each.

Old Mill 5, North County 0

Goals for the Patriots (8-2, 8-3) in the shutout win over the Knights (1-9, 1-9) were scored by Madeline Hoot (3), Brooke Martz, and Lindsey Soistman. Assists were registered by Tori Martz (2), Samantha Sobolewski and Hoot.

Northeast 5, Meade 0

Makenzy Martini (2 goals), Haleigh Green (goal, assist), Cecilie Hartford (goal, assist) and Mackenzie Miller (goal) were the leaders offensively for the Eagles (6-2, 6-2) in the shutout win over the Mustangs (0-7, 0-8). Northeast goalie Hannah Fox finished with two saves.

South River 5, Good Counsel 0 (Monday)

The Seahawks earned the shutout win, getting big games from Elsa Emling (2 goals, assist) and Kat Wanner (2 goals) to lead the way. Kelly Webber also scored on a stroke, while Sophie Waugh, Grace Green and Ellie Klessinger added assists. South River goalies Lily Kerr and Reagan Beall made three saves each.

Volleyball

Severna Park def. Dulaney — 3-1 [23-25, 25-14, 25-15, 25-17]

The Falcons (8-4) earned the out-of-county victory behind big games from Maggie Sale (20 kills), Ava Meadows (6 kills, 3 aces), Sydney Watts (15 digs, 5 aces), Perry Stevenson (8 kills), Taylor Stone (38 assists) and Emily Ranaghan (3 blocks).

Annapolis def. Chesapeake SP — 3-0 [25-9, 25-19, 25-20]

Leaders for the Panthers (6-3) in the sweep of CSP (4-7) were Amiyah Fowlkes (13-15 serving, 4 kills, 3 blocks), Sophia Krause (19-33 serving, 5 aces, 6 kills, 4 assists, 5 digs) and Grace McQuoid (14-14 serving, 4 aces, 12 assists 4 kills, 4 digs). Leaders for CSP were Jasmin Azan (3 kills, 4 aces, 2 digs) and Maddie Parks (4 assists, 2 aces, 3 digs).

South River def. North County — 3-0 [25-6, 25-10, 25-9]

Leaders for the Seahawks (4-8) were Mia Keen (14 assists, 5 kills and 9-11 serving), Beth Marks (6-7 serving with 1 ace and 4 kills), Lindsey Hutchins (4 kills), Alaina Goodwin (14-15 serving with 2 aces and 15 digs) and Ava Hazard (13-13 serving with 4 aces).

Crofton def. Northeast — 3-0 [25-12, 25-11, 25-17]

Cora Shafer (9 kills, 2 blocks, 6-6 serving with 2 aces) and Christine Wang (19 digs, 2 kills, 9-10 serving with 4 aces) continued to lead the Cardinals (11-1) in limited time with dominant performances against the Eagles (1-10). Taylor Gifford, Sam Dutton and Paris Hester each contributed with 5 kills apiece.

Girls soccer

Severna Park 5, Annapolis 0

Sara Kreis scored two goals, while Sydney Holmes scored a goal to go with two assists, to lead the way for the Falcons (8-1, 10-1) in the shutout win over the Panthers (5-5-1, 5-5-1). Kasey Thompson and Eleni Puzas also found the net, while Hanna Verreault and Ava Schultz also picked up assists. Severna Park goalies Delaney Robertson (3 saves) and MAl Scheimreif (1) combined for the shutout.

Chesapeake 5, Arundel 3

MaKenzie Boyd scored three goals, while Ella Shannon chipped in with two goals and an assist, to lead the Cougars (7-3, 7-5) past the Wildcats (3-5, 3-9). Eden Abey and Alyssa Simms had assists as well for Chesapeake, while goalie Ryleigh Smoot made five saves.

AACS 5, Garrison Forest 3

Elena Rogers led the way for the Eagles (4-4-1, 6-6-1) in the two-goal victory. Milan Marshall also had a big game with a goal and an assist.

Severn 7, Friends 0

Big offensive games from Melissa Mazauranic (3 goals), Abby Witzel (2 goals, 2 assists), Alina Valencia (2 goals, assist) and Sophia Fionda (2 assists) helped the Admirals (7-1, 10-5) to the lopsided victory in the IAAM B Conference game.

Meade 8, Chesapeake SP 1

The Mustangs (1-7-1, 1-7-1) broke through for their highest offensive output of the season in the win over CSP (0-7, 0-8).

North County 2, Old Mill 0

Southern 1, Northeast 0

Broadneck 5, Glen Burnie 1

South River 0, Crofton 0

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