High School sports

High school sports roundup (Sept. 21)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Wednesday, Sept. 21.

Girls soccer

Perryville 3, Patterson Mill 2: The Huskies led 2-0 at halftime, but Perryville rallied to force overtime and score the winner in the extra session. Ava Wheeler and Hayden Price scored for Patterson Mill. Caitlyn Welker made four saves in goal for the Huskies.


Gerstell 4, Beth Tfiloh 0: Reagan Ramsey scored two goals — giving her five in a two-day span — to lift the Falcons. Olivia Sprinkle and Marissa Wargo also scored, while Addie McIlvain had two assists.

Severn 4, Mount de Sales 0: A balanced offense scored twice in each half as the host Admirals (3-2, 2-0 IAAM B Conference) beat the Sailors (4-2, 1-1). Nia Hudson, Madison Watson, Alaina Subong and Sally Reed each scored for Severn.


Long Reach 4, Atholton 0: Haley Ruddy, Kendall Madison, Lucy Howe and Alaina Norton all scored for the Lightning in the win. Katie Hoffman, Sara Leech and Carly Vincent had assists. Shyann Hansen earned the clean sheet in goal.

Marriotts Ridge 3, River Hill 1: Giavana Liberto scored two goals and had an assist to lead the host Mustangs past the Hawks. Una Remmel had five saves for Marriotts Ridge. Katie Huang scored for River Hill.

Centennial 2, Glenelg 1: After the game was tied at halftime, the Eagles scoredl in the second half to secure the win. Claire Altshuler scored for Glenelg (2-3) as Ginny Sung earned the assist. Bella Buscher and Avery Mason each had two saves for the Gladiators.

Mt. Hebron 3, Howard 0: The Vikings (5-0) led 1-0 at the break and built on that in the second half. Leen Jawhar scored twice and Olivia Hoover also scored. Iva Damyanova had a pair of assists and Maria Brogno also registered an assist. Sadie Susseles made two saves for Mt. Hebron. Ansley Glasgow made two saves for Howard (4-2).

Oakland Mills 2, Reservoir 1: Kaity Browne scored both Scorpions goals as Rebecca Fairbanks and Nkechi Okpokwasili assisted the goals.

Field hockey

Fallston 4, Bel Air 3: Regulation and two overtimes couldn’t settle matters. Tied at 2, the teams went to 1-on-1s. Caitlyn Weitzel and Riley Cloude scored in the 1-on-1 period and Payden Knoll made two clutch saves. She had nine in the game. Macy Budke and Morgan Anthony also scored. Paige Feick had two goals for Bel Air.

North East 3, Harford Tech 0: The visiting Cobras were limited to one shot on goal by tough defense from the Indians.

Archbishop Spalding 6, Maryvale 0: Skylar Gilman scored twice, while Lily Mullen, Laney Donahue, Stella Bumgarner and Jilly Lawn also scored in the win. Avery Ruckman had two assists for the Cavaliers (7-1).

Varsity Highlights

Varsity Highlights


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C. Milton Wright 8, Patterson Mill 0: Winslow Dipeso had three goals and two assists to lead the visiting Mustangs past the Huskies.

Annapolis Area Christian 4, Friends 0: CJ Summa had two goals and an assist to lead the host Eagles (2-4-1) over the Quakers (0-2). The win marked the second straight shutout for AACS.


Perry Hall 3, Carver A&T 2: The Gators rallied from being down 2-1 to win the match 25-20, 20-25, 21-25, 25-16, 15-12.


Hereford 173, Liberty 185: Adam Green shot a 37 at River Downs to lead the Bulls to the win. He was backed by Aleia Yeager with a 40, Trey Gibbons with a 43 and Miles Witkoski with a 53. Liberty was led by Ben Davidson with a 43. Spencer Trump and Jack Davidson each shot 46 and Cam Hodges carded a 50.

Hammond boys 21, Oakland Mills 3: Mason Walls led the Golden Bears with 10 points, as Cooper Smith and Jackson Mansolillo each scored four. Cayden Mood scored three points for the Scorpions.

Oakland Mills girls 21, Hammond 1: Chloe Koh and Kylee Hoffman led the Scorpions to victory with 11 and 10 points, respectively. Hoffman birdied the fifth hole, while Koh earned a par on the seventh. Mikaela Meer finished with one point for Hammond.


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