Prep roundup: Severn girls soccer edges Glenelg Country
Sep 12, 2019 | 7:27 PM
The Admirals got a goal in the 80th minute from Madison Tryon off an assist from Alina Valencia on the way to the shutout victory in IAAM B Conference action. Goalie Zoee Stencil made four saves for Severn (2-1), while Glenelg Country goalie Grace Pacylowski made six saves.
Broadneck 5, Northeast 1: The Bruins (1-0 county, 2-1 overall) raced out to a 3-0 lead in the first half on the way to the four-goal victory. Lela Clark and Skylar Flewellyn scored two goals apiece for Broadneck, while Reagan Baldwin had one. Eva Mowery (2), Tobin Chambers, Flewellyn and Baldwin each picked up assists. Broadneck goalies Mason Smargissi (3 saves) and Sam Hoffman (1) split time in net.
Northeast (0-2, 0-2) got its goal from Caitlyn Cromwell off a feed from Makenzie Boyd. The Eagles had Sydney Bell (8 saves) and McKenzie Lanhan (6) split time at goalie.
Chesapeake Science Point 1, North County 0: Samantha Kelly scored from a direct kick at the closing seconds of the first half, as the Lions recorded their first win over a county opponent. Summer Hornick recorded 10 saves with support from Gaby Ballesteros, Jenna Leydecker and Abby Wilkes.
Gerstell 5, St. Mary’s 2: Lauren Messinese and Emily Messinese scored two goals apiece for the Falcons, which built a 3-1 lead at the half on the way to the team’s first conference win of the season.
Libby Coleman and Mia Hull scored their first varsity goals for St. Mary’s (0-3).
Arundel 4, Meade 0: Savanah Wilkerson, Jenna Folmer, Simone Flynn and Megan Kozdras each scored to lead the Wildcats (2-0) past the Mustangs (1-1). Sam King and Tyrsta Thomas combined to earn the shutout while Belle Weyand added an assist for Arundel.
AACS 3, St. Timothy’s 2: Tracy Grollman registered a hat trick to lead the Eagles, with Emily Powers and Sarah Oley each adding an assist. After St. Timothy’s tied the game at 2-2 with less than 10 minute left, Grollman responded shortly after to give AACS its third conference win (4-0 overall).
Southern 5, Calverton 2: Sophomore Lyndsey Miller scored two goals and had one assist, while freshman Natalie Voorhees scored a goal and had two assists. Kori Barnhill and Erin Gulden each scored one goal and Caitlin Miller added one assist. Junior Hailey Potts recorded two saves and junior Elyse Finelle record 3 saves. Southern (1-1) outshot Calverton 20-8.
Alexa Ceci scored both goals for Calverton.
Broadneck 4, Northeast 0: Sean Mangan scored twice and Kyle Waggoner and Colin McGinley each scored as the Bruins (2-1) blanked the Eagles (0-2). Bryce Costello and Waggoner had assists while Ian Wagner made two saves and Keyshawn Bland had a save to keep the Eagles off the board. Jason Meckley made eight saves for Northeast.
Arundel 4, Meade 1: Jaden Felton had a goal and two assists while Mike Magorka had a goal and two assists to lead the Wildcats (3-1) past the Mustangs (3-1). Spencer Hanks and Thomas Lochry each scored for Arundel while Brandon Viado added an assist. Evan Slaney made three saves and kept a clean sheet during his 72 minutes of work for the Wildcats.
Charlie Guardado scored the goal and Ethan Miller had six saves for Meade.
Annapolis 4, Glen Burnie 0: Eddie Contreras scored two goals, one of which was assisted by Tiger Christman. Daniel Alvarado scored off an assist by Sean Johanson and Ryan Cooper added a fourth score, with an assist from Modou Sarr. Tyler Grove and Anthony Velazquez were instrumental in preserving the shutout, locking down the defensive third of the field for the Panthers.
Old Mill 2, Great Mills 0: Jake Green and Zach Harpel both scored for the Patriots, while Dylan Weston and Skylar McCarthy each made 4 saves for Old Mill (3-1) to earn the shutout.
Southern 1, Calverton 1: Andrew Simpson scored for the Bulldogs in Thursday’s tie.
Severna Park 5, Old Mill 0: Zoe Day scored a pair of goals while Emma Marsh, Anna Marcoon and Lila Slattery each found the net as the Falcons (2-1) blanked the Patriots (2-1). Kat Esposito and Slattery had assists, while Anna Grace Keller made three saves and Charlotte Kramer made one to preserve the shutout for the Falcons. Patricia Sanchez made eight saves for Old Mill.
Southern 11, Glen Burnie 0: Alexia Ploss recorded a hat trick and Sarah Smith notched a pair of goals as the Bulldogs (2-2) downed the Gophers (0-2). Jayda Washburn, Natalie Palmer, Emma Puleo, Maddie Wallis, Jocelyn Poylitz and Justice Washburn all scored for Southern. Justice Washburn added two assists while Jayda Washburn had one. Madizza Bundy made 29 saves for Glen Burnie.
Northeast 12, Meade 0: Julia Rafiq scored four goals and Ashley Gernert, Delaney Piechowiak, and Alena Pangalis each added two for the Eagles. Mykenzy Martini and Cecilia Swarthout added single goals for Northeast (3-1).
Goals: NE — Julia Rafiq 4, Ashley Gernert 2, Delaney Piechowiak 2, Alena Pangalis 2, Mykenzy Martini, Cecilia Swarthout.
Saves: NE— Hannah Fox No shots on cage; Meade — E. Pesz 20
Halftime: 8-0 NE
Corners: NE-11; ME- 0
Broadneck 3, Northeast 0: Makena Smith had 13 service points, 24 assists, five aces, six digs, three blocks and two kills, while Natalie Luscomb had nine service points, 11 kills, four digs and three blocks, as the Bruins pulled off a 25-11, 25-16, 25-11 sweep of the Eagles.
St. Paul’s 3, Spalding 1: Jillian Hunter finished 19 for 21 serving with three aces, 20 digs and 10 kills and Terra Dzambo went 13 for 13 with three solo blocks and four block assists, but the Cavaliers fell in four sets to the Gators, 26-24, 19-25, 25-23, 25-22.
Alyssa Gunther added 14 assists for Spalding (1-3).
McDonogh 5, Archbishop Spalding 0: The Cavaliers fell to 0-2 in the conference and 2-2 overall with the loss to the Eagles.
Archbishop Spalding 16, McDonogh 15: Liam McInerney scored seven goals for the Cavaliers, who recorded their first ever MIAA win. Alastair Powers had four goals, Cameron Wallop added three and Tommy Rampulla had 14 saves, including two in the last minute of play.