High School sports

High school sports roundup (Sept. 15)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Thursday, Sept. 15.


Annapolis Area Christian School 3, Notre Dame Prep 0: The Eagles won their first conference match of the season 25-15, 25-16, 25-21. Lucy Wood led with seven kills, Amanda Brookes served four aces and Elena Woody led the defense with 28 digs.


Bel Air 3, North Harford 0: The Bobcats won their 27th straight home match and 26th straight conference match 25-3, 25-12, 25-10. As a team Bel Air had 26 aces led by Anna Kane with seven. Megan Cassady had six aces and six kills. Kane also tossed up 14 assists.

South River 3, Huntingtown 1: Mia Keen was 17-for-19 serving with two aces and also dished off 28 assists to lead the Seahawks in four sets. Beth Marx pounded down 17 kills, while Lyndsay Hutchins and Isabella Clarke had 11 and 10 kills, respectively, in the 26-24, 19-25, 25-21, 25-15 win. Meena Woodson and Kenzie Mulvihill were both 13-for-14 serving.


Century 3, Winters Mill 0: Century collectively had 27 aces in the 25-21, 25-10, 25-7 sweep. Jasmine Stanton led the offense with nine kills and Sierra Plummer added six. Uchechi Mba had three blocks and Vanessa Gude had nine digs and the match-ending kill. Alyssa Hoffman tossed up 20 assists.

Field hockey

Winters Mill 2, Franklin 0: Kaitlin Clements and Cici Coco each scored to lead the host Falcons over the Indians. Caitlyn Erlichman had an assist and Sophia Vallandingham made five saves for Winters Mill.

South Carroll 3, Huntingtown 1: Caroline Laur, Alayna Enoff and Addie Fowble all scored for the Cavaliers (3-0) with Audrey Lillycrop handing out two assists. Lily Sheaffer had 12 saves.

Marriotts Ridge 9, Atholton 0: Natalie Freeman had two goals and two assists to lead the Mustangs. Maisy Clevenger and Camryn Fisher also scored twice in the win. Marin Kriner and Sophia Baxter each had a goal and an assist, Fisher tacked on an assist and Macie Globerman also scored. Will Fullerton made four saves to earn the shutout.

River Hill 2, Reservoir 1: Maddie Vasilios scored both goals for the Hawks, as Jocelyn Baker made six saves to secure the win. Bella Pereira scored the Gators’ lone goal as Sarah Weitzman picked up the assist. Maggie Frisvold made 17 saves for Reservoir.

Glenelg 1, Howard 0: Brinkley Eyre scored the game-winner on an assist from AJ Eyre for the host Gladiators (4-1) over the Lions (1-2-1).

Chesapeake 5, Arundel 0: Five different Cougars scored in the win with Suzzanne Brown, Natalie Forman, Austin McFarland, Meredith Miller and Molly Parker scoring. Ava Hoyer haded out two assists. Arundel goalie Abby Smith made 20 saves.

Old Mill 9, Meade 0: Isabella Stack and Lindsey Sositman scored two goals apiece, while Samantha Sobolewski totaled a goal and two assists for the Patriots. Tori Martz and Olivia Hoot both contributed a goal and an assist.


Manchester Valley 2, Oakdale 0: Emma Gleespen scored her third goal of the year and Layla Lagunas also found the back of the cage in the Mavericks’ win. Korynne Piper had an assist.

Dulaney 5, Catonsville 2: The Comets came up short Thursday despite two goals from Lindsay Taylor.

Boys soccer

Gerstell 1, Friends 0: Justin Rudo scored the game’s only goal as the Falcons improved to 4-0-1. Malcolm Hoar assisted on the goal and Drew Sindicic made four saves to earn the team’s second consecutive clean sheet.

C. Milton Wright 3, Havre de Grace 2: The Mustangs picked up goals from Anthony Ketelson, Quinn Van Pee and Nick Byers to earn the win. Hamed Diallo had both Havre de Grace goals. Cameron Grant stopped 17 shots.

Broadneck 2, Chesapeake 0: Jaden Smith sent out assists to both Dylan Thompson and Jed Meehan for the game’s only goals. Jackson Shaw made six saves to earn the shutout. Cole Gorham stopped seven shots for Chesapeake.

Bel Air 3, Liberty 2: Matt Weidman had a hand in all three Bobcats goals, scoring two and assisting Ben Sellers on the other as they edged out the Lions. Austin Wadlington and Ryan Hiebler scored for Liberty with Jordan Devincent and Sam Allen dishing off assists. Garrett Rodoff made nine saves for the Lions.


Manchester Valley 3, Dulaney 1: Logan Haines scored a goal and assisted on the Mavericks’ other two in the win. JT Calhoun and Xavier Bowman also found the back of the net for Manchester Valley. Grant Miller also picked up an assist and Joe Peloquin made nine saves.

Old Mill 3, Northeast 2: Ryan George totaled two goals and two assists to lead the Patriots. George was responsible for scoring the game-winner in overtime off a counterattack that was started by junior captain JJ Condra. Aden Sabur had a goal and an assist as Old Mill improved to 4-0.

South River 2, North County 0: Following a scoreless first half, Cole Mastal put home a header off a nice crossing pass from Patrick Mitchell for what proved the game-winner. The Seahawks put the game away with less than 10 minutes remaining when Hunter Marsden blasted a 20-yard shot into the net after Max Cerulla laid off the ball. Goalie Jay Jenkins made three saves to preserve the shutout as the Seahawks improved to 5-0.

Severna Park 3, Meade 0: Brad Dulin, Sam Blake and Andrew Handen scored the goals for the Falcons. Braden van den Berg dished off an assist, while goalies Peter Saunders and Matt Schisler teamed to stop three shots in the shutout.

Oakland Mills 3, Marriotts Ridge 2: Sam Santos scored a hat trick leading the Scorpions to their second straight county win. Devan Stoutenborough and Muizz Salman tallied assists for the Scorpions. Carlos Lopez made 12 saves for Oakland Mills including a crucial stop on a penalty kick late in the game to keep the Scorpions ahead.

Girls soccer

Severn 2, Northern-Calvert 0: Nia Hudson and Elliot Weinck each scored as the visiting Admirals (2-0) beat the Patriots. Hudson scored off a header and Wienk scored on a free kick. Madison Tryon had an assist.


Perry Hall 3, Westminster 1: Kamryn Williams, Maya Ajaime-Friedenberg and Reese Pinnell all scored for Gators in the win. Williams and Madeline Febhar had assists. Serenity Jankowiak (9) and Autumn Thurman (2) combined for 11 saves. Anna Erb scored for the Owls, while Carlie Rosewag made 12 saves.

Atholton 1, Catonsville 1: Keagan Williams scored the Raiders’ lone goal, as Melena Wray scored for Catonsville. Katie Wood made 13 saves for Atholton.

Winters Mill 10, Pikesville 0: Eight different Falcons hit the back of the net in the win. Kiyomi Mastro and Beti Bittner each scored two, while Gracee Weinreich, Emma Hook, Kiera Milam, Marissa Ralston, Hailey Leonard and Taylor Lee added goals.

Varsity Highlights

Varsity Highlights


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Severna Park 8, Meade 0: Sarah Stefancik scored twice, one of seven different Falcons to score in the game. Hanna Verreault, Lexi Ensor, Kaitlyn Young, Nora Farley, Eleni Puzas and Abby Cover also scored.

Old Mill 5, Northeast 0: Senior striker Caitlyn Cornwell notched a hat trick as the Eagles (5-0) continued their fast start to the season. Freshman striker Danielle Mauck and sophomore defender Maddie Wright tallied their first career varsity goals. Junior defender Fiora Smith was credited with an assist. Senior goalkeeper McKenzie Lanham and the defense led the Eagles to their second shutout win of the season.

South River 4, North County 0: Addie Twomey dished off two assists to lead the Seahawks (2-1-2). Heidi Tine started the scoring with a free kick goal, while Raegan Ogle and Jonna Anderson scored off the feeds from Twomey. Fiona Murray added a goalie that was assisted by Anna Ippolito.


Southern 2, Arundel 0: Natalie Voorhees and Skylar Williams scored the goals as the Bulldogs upped their record to 3-0. Goalie Sidney Shaw registered nine saves to record the shutout.


South Carroll 157, Westminster 174: The Cavaliers bested the Owls at Challedon. Patrick Carl shot a 36 and Michael Valerio was right behind him with a 37 in the win. Chase Loden and Josh Vedemia each added 42s. Riley Smith led Westminster with a 40. Colin Norfolk backed her with a 44.

Dulaney 162, Lansdowne 209: Sophomore Connor Dow shot a low score of 38 to lead Dulaney (3-0) to the win. Senior Drew Dannenfelser backed him with a 39.

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