Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action Tuesday, March 29.
St. Mary’s 9, Loyola Blakefield 6: Nick Golini scored the go-ahead goal with 2:17 left in the third quarter and the host Saints (7-0, 1-0 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association) beat the Dons (2-4, 0-1). Loyola tied the game 5-5 with 4:03 left in the third quarter. Golini, Jake Adams and Gavin Gurlace each scored twice for St. Mary’s.
Severn 11, Mount St. Joseph 8: Jacob Todd delivered three goals and three assists, Trey Dring recorded a hat trick and Chase Hallam had a goal and two assists to lead the Admirals over the Gaels. Justin Queen added a goal and an assist, Mason Ervin, Andrew Beard and Reid Gills each added a goal, with Gills winning 13 faceoffs, while Will Perez, Jr. made 13 saves for Severn.
Key 16, Beth Tfiloh 7: Reid Chapman accounted for eight goals and an assist and Jaeden Clark added three goals and an assist as the Obezags handled the Warriors. Edward Bulmer netted two goals and an assist, Teddy Fleming contributed two goals, Kasper Kelly scored a goal, James Madison was credited with an assist and won 17 of 24 faceoffs and Henry Robbins stopped 11 shots for Key.
Gilman 8, John Carroll 4: The host Greyhounds (6-3, 1-0 MIAA A Conference) won their third straight, beating the Patriots (1-3, 0-1).
Boys’ Latin 8, McDonogh 6: Spencer Ford scored four goals to lead the host Lakers (5-1, 1-0 MIAA A Conference) over the Eagles (3-3, 0-1). Nicky Brown scored twice for Boys’ Latin.
Archbishop Spalding 15, St. Paul’s 10: Michael Weisshaar scored six goals and Race Ripley and Nick Gutierrez each had three goals to lead the host Cavaliers (5-1, 1-0 MIAA A Conference) over the Crusaders (6-1, 0-1). Spalding opened with a 6-0 run.
Fallston 18, North Harford 6: Fallston took a 10-4 lead into halftime and didn’t look back. Jacob MacMillan had four goals and three assists, while Brendon Mudd had four assists. Aiden Dixon won 70% of his faceoffs and led Fallston in ground balls with 11.
Havre de Grace 13, Harford Tech 8: Raegan Dent scored four goals to go with four assists, and Wyatt Molyneux had three goals to lead the Warriors over the host Cobras.
Northeast 18, Oakland Mills 0: RJ Breeden and Trent Wise scored three goals each, with Breeden adding two assists, as the Eagles blanked the Scorpions. Devin Wirth added two goals and an assist while Andrew Pangalis, Scott Czyz and Gage Bowers added a goal and two assists. Blaine Bennett made two saves and Zack Heisler stopped four shots for Northeast. David Millison made 11 saves for Oakland Mills.
Southern 11, Howard 10: Carter Moon notched five goals and an assist, while Garrett Simi produced two goals and an assist to lead the Bulldogs over the Lions. Tyler Wedick pitched in two goals and Brady Gauntner made 12 saves for Southern. Matt Baur recorded four goals and an assist, Dominick Diangrasso had two goals and an assist and Logan Boone made 11 saves for Howard.
South River 14, Glenelg 9: Kyle Matlick and Henry Sykes each scored four goals and LaLa Titow added a hat trick to lead the Seahawks over the Gladiators. Connor Chick recorded two goals and two assists, Justin Martin deposited a pair of goals and Greg Usher made 25 saves for South River.
Glen Burnie 10, Hammond 2: Joe Crenshaw provided five goals and an assist and Collin Flannery contributed a goal and four assists to pace the Gophers past the Golden Bears. Travis Peach and Mason Huddy added a goal and an assist apiece. Ethan Hansel finished 10 of 12 on faceoffs and Brandon Loyko made six saves for Glen Burnie.
North County 18, Long Reach 1: Josh Martel accounted for six goals and three assists and Marcus Ortiz added four goals as the Knights handled the Lightning. Nick Mahoney also netted three goals and an assist for North County.
Annapolis 7, Atholton 4: Gage Berry scored twice, while John Gonsalves, Colton Swank, Will Smith, August Keohan and Greg Durkin each tallied a goal to give the Panthers the win over the Raiders. Glen Billard led the Raiders in the defeat with a pair of goals.
Old Mill 12, Wilde Lake 10: Jumar Brooks and Jacob Statland each scored four goals, while Jamal Wilson had two goals and two assists to lead the Patriots over the Wildecats. Zach Pimpinella finished with 12 saves for Old Mill. Rowley Jackson spearheaded Wilde Lake’s offense with six goals and two assists.
River Hill 4, Arundel 2: Noah Bell and Brett Wilkins each scored a goal and John Tonrey made six saves for Arundel.
Middletown 8, Manchester Valley 7: The Mavericks fell in overtime. Marquis Morris had two goals, while Trent Onkst, Grant Miller, Blake Ray and Reid Bartles also scored.
Patterson Mill 19, Elkton 7: Ava Lopano scored seven goals and handed out three assists in the Huskies’ win. Caroline Gabhard backed her with five goals. In net, Taylor Brown and Guin Donovan combined for 12 saves.
Fallston 9, North Harford 4: Delaney Nicolaus scored five goals to lead the Cougars over the host Hawks. The Cougars spread the offense around with five different goal scorers. Summer Eddinger made 10 saves in goal. Kendall Fortune scored three goals for the Hawks.
Beth Tfiloh 10, Indian Creek 9: Indian Creek’s Mia Putzi notched seven points with three goals and four assists, while Sophee Gomberg added three goals, but the Eagles fell to the Warriors in overtime. Molly Bunker tallied two goals and an assist, Abby Bach scored a goal and Elia Alewine made 19 saves for Indian Creek.
Centennial 15, Crofton 10: Abby Cudzilo spearheaded the Eagles offense with 7 goals, while Alana Kelly added four goals for Centennial. Ava Welsh finished with six saves. For Crofton, Kylie Corcoran found success with seven points (four goals, three assists), while Katie Bell also scored four goals. In goal, Bree Riggs tallied eight saves and Emily Clutter finished with six. Centennial led 9-5 at the half.
River Hill 18, Arundel 13: Erin Devine managed seven goals and Claire Slade added another six goals to lead the Hawks over the Wildcats. Molly Maloney and Gabrielle Bergstorm each scored two goals and Maddie Vasilios scored once for River Hill. Morgan Gore had eight goals and an assist, Marissa Arianna tallied three goals and an assist, Madison Barber registered two goals and two assists and Kylie Sharpe made 15 saves for Arundel.
Broadneck 18, Mt. Hebron 6: Lilly Kelley delivered three goals and two assists, while Olivia Orso and Lexi Dupcak each netted a hat trick, as the Bruins topped the Vikings. Mary Moore chipped in two goals and three assists, Reagan Baldwin two goals and an assist, Julia Sokolowski managed a goal and three assists. Ellie Smith led the Vikings with four points (three goals and an assist).
Old Mill 12, Wilde Lake 5: Carysn Smith delivered three goals and two assists, while Elaina Creekmore and Samantha Sobolewski each had three goals to lead the Patriots over the Wildecats. Addison Guthrie had four saves and Camryn Smith stopped three shots for Old Mill (2-1). Cassie Montgomery scored four goals and Romee Kamphee had six saves for Wilde Lake.
Oakland Mills 14, Northeast 6: The Scorpions’ offense caught fire as Sara Novak finished with a season-high 12 points (eight goals, four assists). Kaity Browne added eight points (five goals, three assists). Katie Oliver finished with 10 saves for the Scorpions.
North County 16, Long Reach 2: Alyssa Yost netted five goals and Maggie Blanford added four goals and an assist to guide the Knights over the Lightning. Natalia Cosentino pitched in three goals and two assists, Darby von Berg contributed two goals, Lindsay Culbertson had a goal and an assist and Jaclyn Bange made eight saves for North County. Chiara Pompei and Reagan Burfeind scored goals for the Lightning, as Lucy Paulhamus added an assist.
Atholton 14, Annapolis 13: Fiona Coleman managed three goals and an assist, while Paige Hruby registered three goals in the Panthers’ loss to the Raiders. Sarah Ericson and Amelia Skinner each had two goals for Annapolis.
Glenelg 18, South River 1: Lauren LaPointe led the Gladiators offensive attack with five goals. Emma Kennedy chipped in three goals and an assist, while Carleigh Callahan scored two goals. Maura Murphy added two goals and two assists and Kamryn Henson added two goals and an assist. Reese Allnutt handed out three assists.
Severna Park 16, Marriotts Ridge 6: Alyssa Gore-Chung registered four goals and two assists, while Delanie Abere and Karli Kirchenheiter added three goals apiece as the Falcons topped the Mustangs. Emma Marsh delivered two goals and five assists. For Marriotts Ridge, Hayley Lettinga recorded three goals.
Hammond 11, Glen Burnie 9: Hannah Haber provided five goals and two assists and Janna Kreh was close behind with five goals and an assist to lead the Golden Bears past the Gophers. Mia Addo made seven saves for Hammond. Dakota Smith scored five goals and Haylie Zaleskiwicz netted two goals and three draw controls for Glen Burnie.
South Carroll 22, Catoctin 1: Shannon McTavish tallied 11 points with four goals and seven assists in the Cavaliers’ win. Leah Miller was the top goal scorer in the game, finding the net six times. Also for South Carroll, Caroline Laur had four goals, Cailin Yankle had three and Reese Athey scored two. Sophia DuPont, Riley James and Olivia Russell also scored.
Manchester Valley 11, Middletown 8: The Mavericks move to 3-0 with the win. Haylee Bittinger led the offense with four goals. Emma Penczek had three goals and three assists, while Sarah Brisson had two goals and two assists. Lauren Baldwin made four saves in goal.
Harford Tech 14, Havre de Grace 8: Molly Re scored five goals and Madison Patridge had three goals to lead the host Cobras over the Warriors.
C.M. Wright 11, Bel Air 3: Cailin Hetrick scored five goals to lead the Mustangs over the host Bobcats.
Towson 17, Sparrows Point 0: Avery Briggs, Brigid Vaikness and Gwen Barber all had two-goal games to lead the Generals. Meghan Cottrell made three saves in goal.
Catonsville 16, Eastern Tech 4: For Eastern Tech, Abby Schwartz-Mitchell scored twice, while Leah Brammer and Maria Schneider also had goals. Monica Mumma made seven saves in goal.
Towson 14, Hereford 4: Lexi Predmore and Julianna Leatherwood led a dynamic offensive effort for the Generals. Predmore drove in four runs, while Leatherwood went 3-for-3 with three RBIs. Grace Hoey was also 3-for-3 and scored three runs. Samara Murchison had two hits and drove in two. Predmore got the win in the circle, striking out seven in four innings.
Manchester Valley 15, Liberty 4: Tied at 2 after an inning, the Mavericks broke open the game with six runs in the second and four in the third. Alex Carroll had three hits, including a double and home run, driving in two runs. Makenna Deane and Ashlee Hipsley each drove in three runs for Manchester Valley (2-1). Brooke Sims and April Bitzel also drove in two. Liberty (1-3) got a pair of RBIs from Hailey Seaton.
Reservoir 10, Mt. Hebron 6: Tied at 3, the Gators took control with four runs in the bottom of the fifth. Kayla Ecker has three hits and three RBIs to lead Reservoir. Abbie Frisvold had a triple, single and two RBIs. In the circle, Maggie Frisvold struck out 13 and got the win. Becca Hutchinson and Allison Sicoli each had two hits and two RBIs for Mt. Hebron (1-1).
Chesapeake 21, Southern 0: Kendall Thomas and Kacie Burkhart combined for a five-inning no-hitter, with Burkhart fanning seven in three innings and Thomas striking out two. Thomas added the offense with two doubles and four RBIs to guide the Cougars over the Bulldogs. Allison Kunes went 2-for-2 with a tripe and two RBIs, Alyssa Simms went 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs, Ava Cichetti added a hit and two RBIs and Norah Hart also stroked a hit and drove in a run for Chesapeake.
Arundel 5, Broadneck 0: Bria Sewell went 3-for-4, while Sierra Williams added two hits, including a double. Winning pitcher Kathryn Wisor, along with Sasha Anderson, went 2-for-4 as the Wildcats shut out the Bruins. Wisor gave up four hits in the circle.
Long Reach 9, River Hill 6: Kaitlynne Streets struck out five in the complete-game win. Streets also excelled at the plate finishing 4-for-6 with a double and four RBIs. Jules Dadurka also finished 4-for-5. Madison Wise went 3-for-5 with an RBI. For River Hill, Leila Schmidt went 3-for-4, while Wood went 2-for-4.
North East 5, North Harford 4: Down 5-1 in the sixth, North Harford made things interesting, scoring three runs in the final two innings, but coming up just short.
Manchester Valley 9, Liberty 5: The Mavericks (1-1) built an 8-0 lead early and held off a late Liberty rally. Tyler Vanella had two doubles and three RBIs. Jacob Gouge and Jamison Gouge each drove in two. Hunter Agostine got the win on the mound. Liberty (1-3) was led by Kevin Hyde with two hits and two RBIs. Byron Blevins also drove in two.
Gerstell 11, Mount Carmel 1: Winner Taylor Stuck worked 3⅓ innings, giving up one run on one hit, striking out eight to lead the host Falcons (2-0, 1-0 MIAA B Conference) over the Cougars (2-5, 0-2). Stuck went 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored. Gerstell scored six runs in the sixth inning.
Key 17, St. Frances 7: Lachlan Armstrong went 3-for-3 with four RBIs, Jack Gallant went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Trey Brandon went added a hit and drove in three runs as the Obezags defeated the Panthers. Sean Boomer pitched two innings, striking out one and allowed one earned run and Gallant tossed two innings, striking out three and yielding one earned run for Key (3-2).
Glen Burnie 9, North County 1: John Elkins pitched five scoreless innings allowing two hits, while also collecting four hits offensively, including a double and three RBIs as the Gophers topped the Knights. Alan Fangman added three hits and scored three runs for Glen Burnie (2-1). Austin Carter and Kevin Santos had hits for North County.
Chesapeake 12, Southern 2: Sean Carroll homered and drove in a pair of runs and Owen Schmidt added three hits, including a double and an RBI, to guide the Cougars past the Bulldogs. Dillon Stevens doubled twice and had an RBI, Carter Drab knocked in a pair, Brendan Phillips doubled and drove in a run and winning pitcher Nick Karls doubled and struck out seven in earning the victory for Chesapeake.
Annapolis 5, South River 4: Sebastian Casanova earned a bases-loaded walk to guide the Panthers to the walk-off win over the Seahawks. Winning pitcher Rowan Standish and Anthony Costa collected two hits apiece and Dom Montini added an RBI-single for Annapolis.
Archbishop Spalding 17, John Carroll 3: Parker Thomas (2-for-2) scored three runs and had an RBI to lead the host Cavaliers (5-2, 2-0 MIAA A Conference) over the Patriots (4-2, 1-1). Spalding took a 10-0 lead after two inningsl
Northeast 6, Crofton 3: LJ Drummond went 2-for-4 and Brady Blackmer added a hit and two RBIs to give the Eagles the victory over the Cardinals. Jack Schreiber, Nate Wilburn and Evan Dickey added to the offense for winning pitcher Dakota Patton. Patton scattered seven hits in six innings, allowing three runs and striking out five. Travis Fleshman and Nate Morseman both had two hits for Crofton.
Indian Creek 7, McDonogh 3: Winning pitcher Logan Frazier launched a three-run home run, guiding the Eagles over McDonogh. Riley Handwerger had three hits and scored two runs and Nick Pratt had an RBI single for Indian Creek.
Mount St. Joseph 19, St. Mary’s 1: Winner Shane Mummey worked four innings, giving up one run on five hits, striking out five as the host Gaels (8-2, 2-0 MIAA A Conference) beat the Saints (4-4, 0-2). Mount St. Joseph scored 12 runs in the third inning.
Fallston 4, Bel Air 0: Finley Jourdan threw a no-hitter as the Cougars (1-1) won to open conference play. Jourdan struck out seven. Offensively, Jourdan went 3-for-4. Jake Baugess Kimes had a pair of RBIs, while Nathan Slicher and Tony Sweitzer also drove in runs.
North East 15, North Harford 7: The host Hawks (0-3) fell behind 7-0 in the first inning and despite rallying, dropped the UCBAC game. Andrew Robinson pitched 5⅓ innings of relief, allowing two runs, one earned. Robinson also hit a double and scored a run. Vance Haire added a single and run scored.
Patterson Mill 4, Harford Tech 3: The Huskies scored three in the first and one in the third, enough for the win. Michael Hemelt struck out nine in five innings on the mound, giving up three unearned runs. Travis Loewe got the save pitching two perfect innings in relief. Brady Reise was 3-for-4 with a double. Jonah Vujanic drove in two runs.
Reservoir 11, Mt. Hebron 3: Matt Brathwaite finished 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Gators. Zach Gaynor tripled and drove in two runs. Justin Gutierrez threw three scoreless innings for Reservoir, allowing one hit.
Glenelg County School 4, Pallotti 1: Dylan Melton and Trey Miller combined on the two-hitter. Melton threw five innings and struck out eight. Ryan Fagan had a two-run single and Connor Wilson also drove in a run for GCS.
River Hill 2, Marriotts Ridge 1: The Hawks prevailed in a pitchers’ duel in eight innings. Michael Flaim got the win in relief, throwing two scoreless innings, striking out three. Henry Zatkowski started, striking out six in six innings. For the Mustangs, Nick Russo threw 6⅔ allowing four hits, striking out eight. Demetre Koutras led River Hill finishing 2-for-4, while Roussell led Marriotts Ridge, also finishing 2-for-4.
Poly 10, Catonsville 9: Brendan George hit a sacrifice fly in the 10th inning, scoring Charlie Vey with the winning run for the visiting Engineers.
Kenwood 10, Aberdeen 6: Kenwood moves to 3-0 win the win. For Aberdeen, Tyler Sampson had two hits and two runs scored. Sean Deaner had two doubles and drove in three.
South River 9, Northeast 0: Pat Miller, Aidan Quiles and Katie Boetig all won their singles matches in straight sets to lead the Seahawks to the blanking of the Eagles. The teams of Ethan Taksey and Darin Zagalsky, Caleb Oh and Mason Childs, Meera Rathod and Arusa Malik, Asha Barkat and Marissa McLean, as well as the mixed doubles duo of John Hooker and Caroline Finn also won in straight sets.
Century 7, Dulaney 2: Leading the Knights in the win was boys first singles player Jack Amerault, the mixed doubles team of twins Evan and Danielle DeLawter and the girls first doubles team of Allison Carver and Jillian Conway.
Severn 5, Indian Creek 0: Matthew McNair, Nate Krall and Daniel McNair all won in straight sets, while the doubles pairings of Aiden Gilroy and Alan Tchamourliyski , as well as Luke Fromal and Robert White also won in straight sets as the Admirals blanked the Eagles.
Liberty girls 4, Manchester Valley 1: The Lions got singles wins from Kara Bartalowitz and Jaimie Man, while Valerie Davil and Shannon Hope won second doubles and Maria Talford and Emma Meissner won third doubles. The Mavericks’ win came from Emily McElwaine and Madison MacGregor at first doubles.
Manchester Valley boys 3, Liberty 2: The Mavericks won a pair of third-set tiebreakers, from Kamden Estes at second singles and Connor Neal and Declan McGarry at first doubles, to flip the match and earn its first win over Liberty in school history. Tim Woodley and Anthony Davenport added a win for Manchester Valley. Honour Zan at first singles and the third doubles team of Blake Vandenberg and Hayden Spence won matches for Liberty.
Howard boys 5, Winters Mill 0: The Lions picked up singles wins from Alex Brousseau and Savsas Bifsas. Doubles wins came from the teams of Tyson Nguyen and Jeff Harvey, Prem Shah and Peter Banysas, and Nathan Gong and Hubert Yu.
Howard girls 5, Winters Mill 0: Singles wins came from Corinne Chay and Marina Kim. Winning doubles teams were Presley Caroland and Viola Yu, Shannon Clifford and Amelia Krueger, and Medha Hegde and Preethi Narayanan.
Marriotts Ridge girls 3, River Hill 2: Adele Lair and Adelaide Houston each earned singles victories for the Hawks. Anna Ottman and Charita Sandoze won as the No. 1 doubles pairing for Marriotts Ridge, while Hashini Amarasinghe and Amurtha Alibilli also earned a victory as the No 2 doubles pairing. Leah Liu and Maria Ottman closed out doubles with a victory for the Mustangs.
Marriotts Ridge boys 3, River Hill 2: Mukundth Boopathi narrowly defeated Alex Artazov for Marriotts Ridge in the No. 1 singles match. The Hawks responded with a victory in No. 2 singles from Sebastian Lair. The Mustangs won two of three doubles matches as Pedro Arantes Gabriel and Shreyas Rath as well as Sai Charan Chodavarapu and Colin Wang each won in No. 1 and No. 2 doubles respectively. Dhruv Gupta and Wesley Weinberg won the No. 3 doubles pairing for River Hill.
Old Mill 6, Southern 3: Ryan Williams and Catherine Le won singles matches, while the teams of Garrett DiBenio and Tyler Blatzheim, Aidan Kress and Emmanuel Ishak, Si Yu Chen and Vivian Maneval, along with Ivan Yang and Isabel Killip won in doubles action to lead the Patriots to the win over the Bulldogs. Will Derrick and Taylor Hardesty won singles matches and the pair of Teeghan Holcomb and McKenna Brannon won in doubles for Southern.
Broadneck 9, Crofton 0: Gustav Kemp, Charlie Ernst, Elicia Aponte and Natalie Hosie were winners in singles action to lead the Bruins to the sweep of the Cardinals. In doubles action, Peter Kandra and Ben Cukor, Pierce Gannon and Devin Patel, Cailin Snider and Alyson Kouhi, Rebecca Terry and Kate Piercei, as well as the mixed tandem of Clara Kemp and Gavin Misner were also victorious for Broadneck.
Arundel 9, Meade 0: Matthias Linke, Hunter Kline and Phoebe Budd won in singles play, while the pairs of Tyler Hester and Luke Vogel, Saffron Hayes and Emily Dodd, Karley Patrick and Bridget Sevec, as well as Ava Yost and Ryan Fortescue lifted the Wildcats to the sweep of the Mustangs.
Track and field
Dundalk boys and Dulaney girls won their sides of a four-team meet also involving Towson and Franklin. Chimdy Onoh won both the shot put and discus for Dundalk’s boys. Justin Forbes won the 300 hurdles and pole vault. Dulaney’s Tristin Forby won the long jump and high jump.
On the girls side, Dulaney picked up wins from Amani Griffin (100 meters), Cassie Weymouth (1,600), Anna Albergo (3,200) and Devin DeGannes (long jump).
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