High School sports

High school sports roundup (May 6)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action on Friday, May 6.

Girls lacrosse

Howard 11, Reservoir 5: The Lions (9-3, 8-3 Howard County) closed the regular season with their sixth straight win. Sam Brothers led the way offensively with a hat trick. Emma Somers and Jenna Vetter each finished with two goals, as Somers added an assist.


Severna Park 21, Arundel 6: Theresa Bragg scored five goals, while Delanie Abere and Reagan McDonnell each netted hat tricks to lead the Falcons to the win over the Wildcats. Charlotte Diez, Maddy Goger, Sophia Miller and Karli Kirchenheiter had two goals apiece, Emma Marsh and Aylssa Gore-Chung both recorded a goal and Sarah Krause made four  saves for Severna Park. Morgan Gore tallied five goals, Madison Barber added a goal and Kylie Sharpe stopped seven shots for Arundel.

Crofton 9, Annapolis 7: Paige Hruby registered three goals and Fiona Coleman provided two goals and an assist in the Panthers’ loss to the Cardinals. Reilly Smith chipped in two goals, Sarah Ericson won three draws and had an assist, and Sadie Steffens made six saves for Annapolis.


Broadneck 20, Southern 9: Emmie Mudd registered three goals, Jordan Wheeler chipped in two goals and a team-high nine draw controls, while Lyndsey Miller, Lia Huggins, Lilly Breen, and Lily Liberatore each added a goal in the Bulldogs loss to the Bruins.

Glenelg Country 17, Garrison Forest 5: Regan Byrne scored five goals, while Jaclyn Marszal and Lena Doreen each added hat tricks in the win. Marszal also handed out seven assists. In goal, Steph Marszal made 11 saves. Maya Ellwood and Mackenzie Alexander each scored two for Garrison Forest.

C. Milton Wright 17, Harford Tech 7: The Mustangs scored the victory over the Cobras. For Harford Tech, Molly Re scored three goals, while Arleah Brown had a goal and two assists.

Boys lacrosse

Varsity Highlights

Varsity Highlights


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Mt. Hebron 11, Marriotts Ridge 5: The Vikings (13-1, 10-0 Howard County) clinched the outright Howard County championship. Nick Machiran led the way with a season-high four goals. Rich Tangires and Gavin Fleck each scored twice as Tangires added two assists. Everett Armstead had 14 saves for Mt. Hebron. For Marriotts Ridge (7-7, 6-3), Carter Ryan and Mac Clevenger each had two goals as Tyler Gladstone made 10 saves.

Broadneck 18, Southern 6: Kyle Peirce found the back of the cage four times and Jake Schroll added three goals and an assist as the Bruins handled the Bulldogs. Brooks Chatlos recorded a hat trick, Davis Fisher delivered two goals and an assist, Jackson Shaw pitched in a goal and an assist, while Nick White, Jake Chambers, Ryan Della and Braden McCassie each had a goal. Graham Hartman won 15 of 17 faceoffs and Colin Gray made five saves for Broadneck.

Indian Creek 20, Park 17: Cole Turner and Will Mercer each scored five goals to lead Indian Creek. Benny Carter chipped in three goals, while Roddy House, Nick Stroble and Will Flint each scored two. Edmond O’Connell made seven saves.

South River 20, Old Mill 7: Kyle Matlick finished with four goals and two assists, LaLa Titow and Trevor Phipps added three goals and two assists apiece and Jeremy Shutt deposited three goals as the Seahawks ran away from the Patriots. Connor Chick delivered two goals and an assist for South River. Jamal Wilson netted two goals, Luke Fletcher dished out three assists and Zach Guthrie-Pimpinella stopped 20 shots for Old Mill.

Severna Park 13, Arundel 3: James Ruppert provided five goals, Joaquin Villagomez had three goals and three assists and Parker Sealey produced three goals and an assist to lead the Falcons over the Wildcats. Ganon Cope handed out four assists, Mathew Dryer made five saves and Ashby Shepherd stopped four shots for Severna Park. Evan Davidson collected a goal and an assist and John Tonrey stood tall with 18 saves for Arundel.


Crofton 9, Annapolis 8: Gage Berry deposited three goals, Andrew Wasielewski added two goals and two assists and Jack Torney scored twice but the Panthers were edged by the Cardinals. Carter Holtzman contributed a goal and an assist, Nik Antonelli won 12 of 18 faceoffs and Alec Gordon made 15 saves for Annapolis.

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