Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Gerstell 6, Chapelgate 0: Reagan Ramsey had a hat trick helping the Falcons improve to 4-1-1. Liv Sprinkle,Carter Eberle and Zoey Mortimer all scored goals. Kylie Haislip had an assist.
Westminster 2, South Carroll 0: Carlie Rosewag made nine saves and the visiting Owls shut out the Cavaliers. Jennifer Vasquez and Emma Youngling each scored a goal for Westminster; Kate LoPiccolo, Libby Green handed out assists. In goal, Carlie Rosewag made nine saves for the Owls. Brooke Turner stopped 13 shots for South Carroll.
Winters Mill 5, Francis Scott Key 2: Gracee Weinreich had a hat trick to lead the Falcons. Kiyomi Mastro and Merissa Ralston also scored. Emma Jewel made seven saves in the win. Francis Scott Key goals came from Abby Rieger and Joelle Staub.
Arundel 2, Meade 0: The Mustangs held the Wildcats back to the end, but a penalty kick and last-minute goal sealed the deal.
Hereford 7, Catonsville 0: A number of Bulls got in on the effort. Lauren Orner scored twice as Reiss Brannigan, Aaliyah Stocks, Shari Atkins and Shanti Atkins also scored. The Bulls also were beneficiaries of an own goal. Lindsey Moneymaker, Shari Atkins, Ainsley Yates, Charlotte Harvey and Maya Antonakas had assists.
St. Paul’s 2, Century 1: St. Paul’s Ashley Hayunga opened the scoring three minutes in and the score held until the final 15 minutes when St. Paul’s Lauren Steer made it 2-0. Century got its goal with five minutes left when Harli Hamlet converted a Bella Coccio set piece. Mia Graff collected nine saves for the Knights.
Broadneck 2, Crofton 0: Zach Madairy and Tanner Boone scored in the win. Riley Erbe had an assist. In goal, Matt Tettemer made four saves to earn the shutout. Zachary Leinemann made three saves for Crofton.
Arundel 3, Meade 1: Joshua Butler had a goal and an assist to lead the host Wildcats over the Mustangs. Meade took a 1-0 lead before Arundel scored three in a row. All goals were scored in the second half.
C. Milton Wright 4, Harford Tech 0: Four different Mustangs scored in the win. Goals came from Nick Byers, Gabe Cook, Matt Luk and Aiden Whitmore.
Poly 2, St. Vincent Pallotti 0: Will Schmelyun and Finley Stewart scored goals for the Engineers. Vahe Zaprosyan and Josh Titer had assists.
Severn 4, AACS 1: It was a Cawlfield night as Davis netted a hat trick and William (one assist) added the fourth. The Admirals carried a 2-0 lead at half and batted the Eagles back with help from Will Hudson and his two saves in goal. Alan Tchamourlyski aided Davis Cawlfield in his second score.
Westminster 3, South Carroll 1: Ashton Stewart scored off a Daniel Wojtkwiak cross for the go-ahead goal with 10 minutes left in the game. Wojtkowiak also scored for the Owls (6-1, 1-0). Jimmy Gogol also scored.
Liberty 3, Manchester Valley 0: Sam Allen scored twice for the Lions in the win, while JOrdan Devincent also added a goal. Austin Cirri had an assist. In goal, Garrett Rodoff stopped nine shots for Liberty. Joe Peloquin made seven saves for the Mavericks.
Winters Mill 1, Francis Scott Key 1: Camden Deming scored off a Reed Postlethwait assist for the Falcons’ goal. Hayden Shuman had six saves.
South Carroll 3, Catoctin 0: Addie Fowble, Shannon McTavish and Audrey Lillycrop each scored in the win. Caroline Laur added two assists for the Cavaliers (4-0) and Alayna Enoff had one. In goal, Lily Sheaffer made three saves.
Notre Dame Prep 4, St. Paul’s 3: The visiting Blazers (5-0, 2-0 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) beat the Gators (1-4, 0-2).
Marriotts Ridge 5, Mt. Hebron 1: After the game was tied at 1 at the half, Marriotts Ridge pulled away late. Addy Obitz led the Mustangs (3-1, 3-0) with a pair of goals, as Natalie Freeman, Maisy Clevenger and Camryn Fisher also scored. Freeman added a pair of assists as Clevenger and Sophia Baxter also registered assists. Will Fullerton made nine saves. Kylie Ritter made seven saves for the Vikings (4-2, 2-1).
Northeast 6, Hammond 0: Northeast took a 2-0 lead into halftime and built on it in the second half. Hammond (1-3, 1-0) senior Lily DeBlasio had 12 saves, as freshman Abby Lee also had two saves.
Severna Park 7, Old Mill 0: Alyssa Gore-Chung poured in four goals and assisted another in the Falcons’ dominating win. Berit Eisenberg, Maddie Evans and Ava Drexler-Amey added goals for the Falcons. Meredith Schepens had an assist.
North County 4, Wilde Lake 0: Four Knights spread goals in the victory: Claire Birge, Kaydence Augustin, Roxy Stephenson and Darby von Berg. Macy White fed goal-scorers twice, while Augustin recorded one assist.
Southern 5, Arundel 1: The Wildcats scored first thanks to Savannah Kishis, but Southern soon responded. Ava Wooster netted two goals in the second quarter, the latter assisted by Kate Seymour. In the fourth quarter, EmmyKate Derrick assisted both Lilly Breen and Seymour’s scores before Seymour turned around and fed Wooster again. Abby Smith made 17 saves for Arundel. Meanwhile, Caitlin Miller had two saves for the Bulldogs and Addie Jones had eight.
Edgewood 3, Elkton 0: Edgewood earned the sweep 25-7, 25-21, 25-15. McKenzie Badham led with five kills, seven aces and 11 assists. Sylvia Marin chipped in four kills, five aces and eight digs. Kayla Glover led the defense with 15 digs.
Aberdeen 3, Harford Tech 1: The Eagles beat the host Cobras, 25-18, 25-20, 25-27, 25-13. Jocelyn Kruger had 19 kills and Savanna Murdock had six aces and 13 kills to lead Aberdeen.
Bel Air 3, C. Milton Wright 0: Olivia Kobb and Cami Naugle each had three kills for the host Mustangs, who fell to the Bobcats. Bel Air won, 25-16, 25-22, 25-18.
Fallston 3, North Harford 0: The Cougars swept 25-19, 25-7, 25-14. Sam Conrad had four aces, 15 assists and two digs. Ellery Thompson finished with eight kills and five aces. Isabella Singh led the Hawks with three kills, two blocks and an ace. Stephanie Erisman and Hannah Dudeck each had two kills.
Bohemia Manor 3, Perryville 1: Bo Manor won 25-17, 22-25, 25-16, 25-13. In the loss, Riley Jackson had 11 digs and six kills for Perryville. Ryleigh Racine also lined six kills and Emily Burchett made 13 digs.
Patterson Mill 3, Rising Sun 0: Ella Laurentius and Josie Otremba led the Huskies combined efforts for 10 kills to lead the host Huskies. Patterson Mill won, 25-14, 25-15, 25-16.
North East 3, Havre de Grace 1: The Warriors fell 25-11, 15-25, 25-11, 25-22. In the loss, Kayla Adams had four aces, Rachel Thomas had two aces and two kills and Carla Dunson had three aces and two kills.
Westminster 3, Manchester Valley 0: The Owls got a challenge from the Mavericks but still swept 25-16, 25-18, 25-22. Emma Reaves led Westminster with 11 kills and five digs. Trinity Nelson had eight kills and four aces. Jenna Rodriguez had 13 assists and Faith Mohr handed out 12 assists. Libby Burkhouse had 22 assists and two aces for Manchester Valley. Emma Shaffer led with seven kills.
Long Reach 3, Meade 0: Addy Van Oosten had eight aces and 11 kills, while Allison Brown had five kills to lead the visiting Lightning, who won 25-8, 25-17, 26-24. Hayley Norton added three aces, thre kills and 27 assists.
Hammond 3, Glen Burnie 0: The Golden Bears swept 25-14, 25-16, 26-24. Safi Hampton led with 12 kills, five aces and four digs. Marissa Cossa tossed up 24 assists to go with four aces and six digs.
Liberty 3, Winters Mill 0: Sarah Hart had 13 kills and Paige Coulson had 10 kills to lead the visiting Lions (4-0) in a 25-10, 25-13, 25-9 victory. Grace Maerten had 24 assists and Erin Gossard delivered 5 aces.
Century 3, Francis Scott Key 0: The Knights swept 25-11, 25-17, 25-18. Alyssa Hoffman had 19 assists and seven aces. Sierra Plummer lined seven kills, while Vanessa Gude led the defense with 18 digs. Abhi Yadlapalli, Uchechi Mba and Jasmine Stanton all had four kills.
Arundel 3, Annapolis 0: The Wildcats swept the Panthers 25-10, 25-13, 25-18. Sophia Krause went 10-for-10 from the service line for Annapolis, adding two aces, six kills, three digs and a block. Annie Ralph had two kills and Grace McQuoid added two kills as well as two aces and eight assists.
Severna Park 3, Southern 0: Ava Meadows engineered the Falcons’ 25-22, 25-19, 25-20 sweep with 11 kills, followed by Jackie Ball with six, Emily Ranaghan with five and Mikayla Williams with five. The Falcons improve to 3-2 and hold a 2-0 county mark.
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