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High school sports roundup (Sept. 19)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Monday, Sept. 19.

Field hockey

Winters Mill 10, Pikesville 0: Caitlyn Erlichman had a hand in seven of the 10 Falcons goals in the big win. Erlichman scored three and assisted on four others. Cici Coco and Alyssa Konold each had two goal games. Annie Pruitt, Claire Newman and Abby Kuhlman also scored. Pruitt also had two assists and Kaitlin Clements had one.

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Broadneck 6, Mount de Sales 0: The Bruins (7-0) got a hat trick from Maya Everett. Mady Quigley had one goal and one assist, while Lexi Dupcak and Arden Hunteman also scored. Mia Moody stopped the only Mount de Sales shot on goal.

Fallston 5, Patterson Mill 0: Harper Canatella had a hat trick for the Cougars, while Hailey Meyer and Kyleigh O’Malley also scored. Meyer added two assists. Morgan Anthony and Rylee DeVito also had assists. Josie Smith made eight saves for Patterson Mill.

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North Harford 1, Bel Air 0 OT: Korynn Sims scored unassisted with 1:23 left in the second overtime to lead the Hawks past the host Bobcats.

River Hill 8. Roland Park 2: Maddie Vasilios played a role in seven of the eight River Hill goals, scoring five and assisting on two others. Carolyn Dzubak scored twice and Evelyn Dzubak scored once. Puja Nanjappa had two assists and Gabby Bergstrom had one. May McMahon and Molly Hethwa scored for Roland Park.

Bryn Mawr 2, South River 0: Goalies Reagan Beall and Meghan Fritter combined to make 16 saves for the Seahawks in the loss. Ana Powell and Clara Epenshade scored the goals for the Mawrtians.

Spalding 5, Good Counsel 1: Lily Mullen had two goals, Ally Keith had a goal and an assist and two other Cavaliers (6-1) scored in the win. Carys Donahoe and Stella Bumgarner added goals. Jilly Lawn had two assists.

Girls soccer

C. Milton Wright 2, Harford Tech 0: The Mustangs scored a goal in each half, both coming from Katie Roszko. Carley Jehnert and Ella Barrow had assists. Alix Bramble and Marissa Turner combined for a shutout with six saves. Abi Marcello made seven saves for the Cobras.

River Hill 8, Hammond 0: River Hill (5-1, 4-0) built a commanding 5-0 lead at the half. Marella Virmani and Katie Huang each scored twice to lead the Hawks in the victory, as Huang and Ella Goldberg each had two assists. Allie Lubitz, Gabby Demuren, Zareen Mathew and Greta Hanson each scored as well.

Marriotts Ridge 5, Howard 0: Giavana Liberto scored her second hat trick of the season, also adding two assists. Anna Hendrickson and Allison Custer also scored for the Mustangs (5-0) as Una Remmel made six saves.

Glenelg 3, Long Reach 0: Ginny Sung scored a goal and also added an assist to lead the Gladiators (2-2). Stephanie Lathrop and Carlin Costell also scored as Claire Stern and Aly Zulu assisted those goals. Bella Buscher made seven saves for Glenelg, while Shyann Hansen made four saves for Long Reach (2-3).

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AACS 1, Chapelgate 0: Junior Maya Whitney put the sole score away taking a feed from Rachel Oley. Sophomore Ashlyn Case earned seven saves in goal for a clean sheet.

Indian Creek 5, Sts. Peter and Paul: The Eagles (4-2) were spearheaded by Arnia Goode and Maisie White, who each notched a pair of goals. Faith Spirt scored the other. Marina Hemmer earned her first assist of the year.

Bel Air 1, North Harford 0: Delaney Burrows scored the game’s lone goal unassisted to lift the visiting Bobcats over the Hawks.

St. Mary’s 3, Glen Burnie 1: Grace Mitchell netted two goals and Elizabeth Schummer had the other two to lead the Saints. Jasmine Escobar scored the lone goal for the Gophers off a free kick.

Boys soccer

Hammond 2, River Hill 0: The Golden Bears (4-1, 2-1) earned their second straight win as Eliot O’Neil and DJ Morafa scored. Emmanuel Addo made three saves for Hammond and Zach Glass made seven saves for River Hill.

Wilde Lake 2, Oakland Mills 1: Desmond Adeyemi scored both of the Wildecats’ goals in their first win of the year. Rowley Jackson assisted both goals as Melvin Ahoueya made nine saves. Carlos Contreras scored for Oakland Mills (3-3) assisted by Sam Santos, as Carlos Lopez made six saves for the Scorpions.

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John Carroll 4, Mount Saint Joseph 0: Josh Petty scored twice, while CJ Rugel and Connor Clark also added goals. The Patriots defense held MSJ to just two shots on goal.

Bel Air 0, South River 0: The Bobcats and host Seahawks battled to a scoreless two through two overtimes.

Girls volleyball

South Carroll 3, Walkersville 0: Elaina Murphy led the Cavaliers (3-1) with 10 kills, while Lindsey Willie served seven aces. Defensively, Cali Kalishek led with 15 digs and Emily Trail added 11.

Centennial 3, Hammond 0: Senior Safi Hampton led the Golden Bears with four aces and 11 digs in the defeat as senior setter Marissa Cossa had eight assists and five digs as well.

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Fallston 3, Joppatowne 0: The visiting Cougars swept the Mariners with scores of 25-7, 25-6, 25-20. Team stats were 26 aces, 23 kills, 22 assists and four blocks.

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Golf

Broadneck 155, Crofton 159, Severna Park 171, South River 177: James Smack shot a nine-hole score of 37 at Crofton Country Club to lead the way as the Bruins made a strong statement in the final A Division match of the regular season. Bailey Bolter fired a 38 to finish tied for fourth for Broadneck.

Mac Arida shot a 36 on his home course to earn the individual win and help Crofton place second as a team. Owen Newberry tied for second with a 37 for the Cardinals, who will host the Anne Arundel County Championship meet at Crofton Country Club next week.

Severna Park’s DA Regala and South River’s Aidan Dillahey also tied for fourth.

Century 180, Winters Mill 187: Ryan Durborow shot a 2-under 34 at Challedon to lead the Knights to the win. He was backed by Brody Comer with a 40.

To submit scores and stats, email mdscores@baltsun.com with a full box score, including first and last names of the players.


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