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Anne Arundel Prep Roundup, Oct. 31: AACS volleyball rolls to victory over Spalding

A roundup of high school varsity action around Anne Arundel County on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020.
A roundup of high school varsity action around Anne Arundel County on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020. (Jen Rynda/Baltimore Sun Media Group)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action around Anne Arundel County on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020:

VOLLEYBALL

Annapolis Area Christian School 3, Archbishop Spalding 0: The Eagles (1-0) came out strong and defeated the Cavaliers (0-1) in straight sets, 25-23, 25-19, 25-20.

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After overcoming a slow start in the first game, AACS came back on the strong arm of freshman outside hitter Malani Martin. Fast out of the gate in the second game, the Eagles, with strong serving from freshman Madison Sidney and senior Micah Cartwright, cruised to a set win. Game 3 saw another fast start from AACS on the great defense of senior libero Keri Anderson. Spalding made a late push that was ended by a dig from senior Keri Anderson and was followed by a kill from Martin for an emphatic match point.

St. Mary’s 3, John Carroll 1: The Saints logged their second win, finishing the contest in four sets — 25-17, 25-18, 23-25, 25-13.

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The team garnered a total 18 aces, 43 kills and 49 digs. Brooke Heary led the offensive effort tallying 12 kills with no errors along with five aces, seven digs and a block. Olivia Colella added nine kills and a block and Payton Buchner pitched in eight kills.

Brooke Heary finished with 12 kills, five aces, seven digs and a block; Hannah Mendenhall totaled 26 assists, eight digs, four kills and three aces; and Marina McAteer finished with 14 digs, four assists and a trio of aces for St. Mary’s.


CO-ED CROSS COUNTRY

The St. Mary’s girls team beat AACS, 19-44, while the boys’ team won 21-38.

St. Mary’s sophomore Chloe McCarthy won the girls' race in 22:13.3 while AACS sophomore Meadow Mackey placed second (22:56.1). Saints runners Alex Parker (23:32.0), Emma Smith (23:55.7) and Sara Dennison (24:06.7) rounded out the top-five finishers.

St. Mary’s sophomore Will Goers won the boys' race in 18:22.8 ahead of teammate senior Simon Durlan (18:27.9). Rounding out the top five were Eagles' Caleb Bos (18:39.6) and Eric Johnson (18:40.0) and Saints' Jack Mullen (18:50.4).

Don’t see scores from your favorite team? Email scores and stats to timschwartz@capgaznews.com.

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