Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Gerstell 3, Park 1: Marisa Wargo and Liv Sprinkle each had a goal and an assist, while Reagan Ramsey scored unassisted as the Falcons (2-1-1) picked up their first conference win.
Fallston 1, Harford Tech 0: The game was scoreless with about 10 minutes left before the Cougars broke through. Ruby Reddel put a pass from Katherine King to the back of the net for the game’s only goal. Lea Rhinehart made two saves to earn the shutout. Abi Marcello stopped 15 shots for the Cobras.
South Carroll 1, Boonsboro 0: Maddie Witter scored the game-winner five minutes into the game, assisted by Addyson Davis, and the host Cavaliers (3-0) shut out the Warriors. Brooke Turner made nine saves for South Carroll.
Westminster 5, Thomas Johnson 1: Emma Youngling scored twice and Carlie Rosewag made six saves as the Owls beat the host Patriots. Melissa Cignatta, Stella Schoberg and Ella Boussy all added goals and Jennifer Vazquez handed out three assists.
Winters Mill 1, Smithsburg 0: Gracee Weinreich scored off an assist from Kiyomi Mastro early in the second half and the Falcons’ defense made it hold up. Kayleigh Rose earned the shutout in goal.
Mercy 3, Century 0: The game was scoreless until the midpoint of the second half, after which Mercy scored three. Mia Graff made nine saves for the Knights.
Northeast 1, South River 1: Maryland-bound striker Caitlyn Cornwell scored a second half goal off an assist from junior defender Fiora Smith as the host Eagles earned the tie with the Seahawks.
Glen Burnie 0, Old Mill 0: Goalie Hannah Wines recorded 10 saves, including a stop of a one-versus-one opportunity, as the Patriots played the visiting Gophers to a scoreless tie. Glen Burnie keeper Pe’la Saunders stopped seven shots in posting a shutout.
Annapolis 2, North County 0: Freshmen goalies Taylor Stiegler and Livia Behegan combined to make 13 saves for the host Knights in the loss. Annapolis senior keeper Ashton Anderson stopped four shots in posting the shutout.
Meade 11, Bladensburg 0: Isabelle Franklin fired in five goals to lead the Mustangs in the romp. Hayden Sunder had a hat trick for the winners, while Ashlin Fuentes, Juliana Rios, and Viviana Abalama each contributed a goal.
Severna Park 4, Crofton 3: Kasey Thompson scored twice in the Falcons’ win. Lexi Ensor and Ryan Feemster also scored. Hanna Verreault had a pair of assists and Sydney Holmes also had an assist. Delanie Robertson made two saves in the win.
Severn 4, St. Mary’s 0: Layla Epps scored twice, while Eliana Valencia and Nia Hudson added goals.
Westminster 4, Thomas Johnson 3: Jimmy Gogol scored three goals and Daniel Wojtkowiak had a goal and an assist to lead the host Owls (4-1) over the Patriots.
Severna Park 2, Crofton 1: Andrew Campbell and Brad Dulin scored unassisted goals to lead the Falcons. Goalie Peter Saunders made four saves for the winners.
Liberty 3, Brunswick 1: The Lions led 1-0 at halftime. Austen Veach scored twice, giving him five goals through two games. Grant Bernstein also scored. Connor Clapper had an assist and Garrett Rodoff made seven saves.
South Carroll 3, Boonsboro 0: The Cavaliers picked up its first win scoring all three of its goals in the first half. Goals came from Steven Cox, Cohen Blevins and Colby Dixon. Cannon Hunter and Alik Giguere had assists.
Winters Mill 7, Smithsburg 0: Brandon Estrada scored twice, while Maddox Shuman, Camden Deming CJ Wasmer, Drew Jenkins and Grayson Lucas also scored. Redd Postlethwait had two assists, while Lucas, Andrew Owens, Brandon Taylor, CH Wasmer and Sam Wivell also had assists.
C. Milton Wright 2, Manchester Valley 1: Xavier Bowman scored for the Mavericks in the loss. Joe Peloquin made eight saves.
St. Mary’s 2, AACS 1: Kam Ross and Wilson Wood scored the goals for the Saints, who improved to 3-0. Keeper Erik Chick only needed to make two saves for St. Mary’s, which outshot the Eagles 9-3.
South River 10, Northeast 0: Lucas Evans had a hat trick and an assist to lead the Seahawks, who scored seven goals in the second half. Max Cerulla and Jack Brusse both netted two goals, while Cole Mastal dished off two assists.
North County 4, Annapolis 1: North County moves to 3-1 with the victory led by Nicholas Chincilla with two goals.
Severn 4, St. Mary’s 0: Layla Epps scored two goals, while Nia Hudson and Eli Valencia added single tallies as the Admirals beat their archrivals. St. Mary’s goalie Lilly Murray made 13 saves in the face of 34 Severn Shots.
South Carroll 3, Walkersville 1: The Cavaliers won their home opener thanks in part to two goals from Addie Fowble. Alayna Enoff also scored while Lily Sheaffer protected the cage, making 17 saves.
Westminster 3, Roland Park 1: Caroline Beakes scored twice for the Owls as they moved to 2-0. Stevie Schultz also added a goal in the win, while Jess Kent handed out her third assist of the year. Andra Hull made six saves in the win. Katie Barnhill scored Roland Park’s lone goal.
Winters Mill 5, Thomas Johnson 0: Sophia Vallandingham needed just two saves to earn the shutout. The offense came from Abby Kuhlman with two goals. Claire Newman, Annie Pruitt and Kaitlin Clements also scored. Caitlyn Erlichman and Pruitt had assists.
Howard 6, Arundel 0: The Lions were led offensively by Poppy Swallow as she finished with a hat trick. Taylor Brooks, Avery Hayden and McKenzie Shakespeare also scored for Howard.
Chesapeake 8, Atholton 0: Jade Fulton led Chesapeake with a hat trick as Molly Parker added two goals. Natalie Forman, Lilly Jagoe and Delaney Miller also scored for Chesapeake.
Broadneck 5, Glenelg 1: Maya Everett had two goals and an assist to lead the host Bruins over the Gladiators. Arden Hunteman added two goals for Broadneck. AJ Eyre scored the lone Gladiators goal as Frankie DiValentin made three saves for the Gladiators.
Severna Park 3, River Hill 1: Meredith Schepens had a goal and an assist to lead the host Falcons over the Hawks. Sydney Day and Noel Stefanick scored for Severna Park and Evelyn Dzubak had a goal for River Hill.
Manchester Valley 6, Middletown 0: Six different Mavericks scored in the win. Emma Gleespen, Amanda Herrold, Eden Kunert, Sophie Baer, Korynne Piper and Layla Lagunas all tallied goals. Gleespen, Herrold and Korynne Piper contributed assists.
Crofton 4, Marriotts Ridge 1: Kyle Corcoran and Emily Najarian scored two goals apiece to lead the Cardinals. Goalie Ryleigh Osborne stopped 15 shots with seven coming in the fourth quarter to repel a late push from the visitors. Marriotts Ridge struck first with Sophia Baxter scoring off a penalty stroke in the second quarter.
Broadneck 5, Glenelg 1: Maya Everett scored two goals and dished off an assist to lead the Bruins. Arden Hunteman also had two goals, while Faith Everett netted the other. Mia Moody and Paige Reilly each had three saves for the Bruins. AJ Eyre scored unassisted for Glenelg, which got six saves from Trinity Shackelford.
South River 3, Centennial 1: Katherine Wanner scored a goal and assisted two others, while Kelly Webber totaled a goal and an assist to lead the Seahawks. Goalie Reagan Beall recorded five saves in the victory. Abby Conrad scored off an assist from Hayley Harris to lead Centennial, which got 15 saves from Jane Baldy.
Northeast 11, Long Reach 3: Addison Piechowiak scored three goals and assisted another to lead the Eagles to a convincing victory. Madalyn West fired in four goals for the winners, who got seven saves from Kelly Everhart. Chiara Pompei scored all three goals for Long Reach.
North County 7, Hammond 0: Lily DeBlasio made 22 saves for the Golden Bears in the defeat.
Edgewood 3, Joppatowne 0: Edgewood swept 25-9, 25-11, 25-22. Sylvia Marin led with four kills, five aces and eight digs, while Zyiana Rowlette had four kills and two aces to go with a block. Kelechi Ogbonna had two kills and three aces, CJ Migninih-Beaz had a pair of aces, McKenzie Badham had three aces and eight assists, and Kayla Glover led the defense with 25 digs.
North Harford 3, Perryville 2: The Hawks outlasted the Panthers in five sets, 25-23, 14-25, 25-19, 19-25, 15-10. Isabella Singh had 4 aces and six kills for North Harford. Stephanie Erisman made nine blocks. In the loss, Riley Jackson had nine kills and seven digs for Perryville. Emily Burchett had 18 digs and three aces. Also, Melina Christofano tossed up 12 assists, while Erica Schoerner and Riley Racine each put down seven kills.
Patterson Mill 3, Fallston 2: The Huskies got 16 kills, 16 digs and three aces from Josie Otrema in a 25-21, 16-25, 31-29, 16-25, 15-9 win. Julia Shrewsberry had nine kills and two blocks. Zoe Valan tossed up 39 assists. Ava Shores led the defense with 37 digs. Kyra Douglass had 20 kills to lead Fallston. Ellery Thompson added 13.
Glenelg 3, Annapolis 0: The Gladiators advanced to 4-0 on the season with a 25-17, 25-6, 25-19 victory. Isard Bernandes finished with a team-high 13 kills, as Lauren LaPointe added seven kills. Lindsay Kelley also excelled with 16 assists, 11 digs and five aces. Lily Bae was strong defensively with a team-high 12 digs.
Hammond 3, North County 0: The Golden Bears earned their first win of the season 25-16, 25-15, 25-14. Outside hitter Safi Hampton finished with 10 kills and six aces to lead Hammond, as Marissa Cossa helped ignite the offense with 21 assists. Libero Jariah Nash was strong defensively with nine digs. Zahra Miknas and Hannah Chambers each finished with three aces.
South Carroll 3, Manchester Valley 0: The Cavaliers picked up the win 25-13, 25-21, 25-18. Libby Burkhouse had 19 assists. Elaina Murphy had six aces and eight kills. Emily Trail and Jenna Askeland each had 11 digs with Askeland adding six assists and three kills. In the loss, Kamryn Troy had 17 digs and Emma Shaffer picked up 11.
AACS 3, Pallotti 0: Outside hitter Lauren Deputy pounded down nine kills and also had team-highs for digs as the Eagles won by scores of 25-15, 25-17 and 25-0. Setter Madison Sidney had five service aces, while Ellie Hansen served at an 86% clip.
River Hill 3, Crofton 2: The Hawks earned a 25-23, 25-22, 24-26, 14-25, 15-6 victory. Grace Leska finished with a team-high 17 kills. Christina Liu added 16 kills, as Abby McMahon also had 10 kills. Mackenzie Calhoun had 46 assists, nine kills and four aces, while Brooke Laumann excelled defensively with 23 digs.
Lily Lagaras led Crofton with 18 kills, seven digs and three blocks with four aces. Emily Gustie had 14 kills and 16 digs. Christine Wang added 18 assists and 12 digs.
Concordia Prep 3, Key 1: Caroline Brown amassed 13 digs, while Emma Woznysmith and Jayla Powell had five kills each for the Obezags, who lost 21-25, 27-25, 28-30, 21-25
Annapolis Area Christian School 3, St. Vincent Pallotti 0: The Eagles earned the sweep 25-15, 25-17, 25-9. Lauren Deputy had nine kills to lead AACS. Madison Sidney had five aces.
South Carroll 168, Liberty 181: The Cavaliers picked up the win at River Downs. Patrick Carl led South Carroll with a 40. Michael Valerio was right behind with him a 41 and Josh Vedemia shot a 42. Jack Laur added a 45. For Liberty, Spencer Trump led with a 41 and Jack Davidson shot a 43. Cam Hodges chipped in a 48 and Ben Davidson shot 49.
Northeast 192, North County 233, Chesapeake Science Point 252, Glen Burnie 253, Meade 274: Northeast won the C Division match at Eisenhower, led by medalist Ethan Mabe with a 37. Scott Czyz backed him with a 52.
Chesapeake 171, Annapolis 194, Southern 205, Arundel 214, Old Mill 222: Joshua Colangelo led the way with a 37 as Chesapeake placed five golfers in the top 10 to take top honors in a B Division match held at Bay Hills.
Southern had the silver and bronze medalists in Ray Conte (43) and Ben Legacy (44). Chesapeake’s Tyler Downin tied for third, while teammate Brayden Morrison tied Joshua Ryan of Annapolis for fourth with scores of 45.
Oakland Mills boys 67, Howard 2: Dev Sheth led the Scorpions with 22 points in the Howard County scoring system, as Matt Baur chipped in 20 points. Sean Dawes and Brendan Sutch rounded out Oakland Mills with 16 and nine points, respectively.
Howard girls 13, Oakland Mills 9: Andie Chung helped lead Howard to the victory with 10 points as Ashley Bui added three points. Kylee Hoffman finished with nine points for the Scorpions.
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