Roundup: Bel Air upsets No. 10 St. Paul's in boys soccer

Bel Air's boys soccer team showcased its talent at its own tournament Saturday. The Bobcats beat No. 10 St. Paul's, 4-0.

Nat Hand scored twice and single goals were scored by Carson Kalama and Drew Adams.

No. 4 Gilman 2, Georgetown Prep 1: Cotter Brown and Chris Walsch each scored to lead the visiting Greyhounds (4-0) over the Little Hoyas.

Calvert Hall 1, C. Milton Wright 0: Brad McKim scored the game-winner 20 minutes into the second half for the Cardinals (3-0) at the Bel Air tournament.


No. 8 Dunbar 32, Southwestern 0: Jaquan Holt had 12 carries for 127 yards and two touchdowns for the visiting Poets (1-1).

Loyola 34, Valley Forge (Pa.) Military Academy 15: The host Dons (1-1) routed the Trojans (0-1) using a combination of short passes and long runs. The win marks the first for coach Brant Hall and on the new artificial turf at Hardegan Field.

The Dons' offense was led by Jake Clise, who scored twice on quarterback sneaks, and Alex Hunt, with two rushing touchdowns.

Loyola jumped out to a 21-0 lead before Valley Forge scored with 1:38 left in the first half. The Trojans had another chance to score on 4th-and-goal with 18 seconds left, but Anthony Smith threw his third pick of the day, intercepted by Tyler Covey. The three picks and two fumbles stalled several scoring drives by Valley Forge.

The Dons play got a little sloppy late in the second half, but they still managed to outscore the Trojans, 13-7.

No. 11 Mount St. Joseph 47, St. Albans (D.C.) 36: The Gaels bounced back from a 31-23 loss to Bishop McNamara on Aug. 25 and improved to 1-1.

Girls soccer

No. 5 John Carroll vs. No. 6 Broadneck, ppd: Inclement weather postponed the championship game of the Glenelg tournament. The Patriots (2-1) beat Brunswick, 5-1 and the Bruins (3-0) after playing to a 2-2 tie, beat host No. 15 Glenelg on penalty kicks, 3-1. Glenelg (2-1) beat Brunswick 4-2.

Field hockey

South River tournament: The host No. 4 Seahawks upset No. 2 Glenelg, 2-1 in overtime, but lost, 2-1, to No. 3 Bryn Mawr.

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