High School sports

High school sports roundup (Sept. 27)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Tuesday, Sept. 27.


St. Mary’s 3, Mount Carmel 0: The Saints (4-2, 2-1) picked up 25 aces as a team, led by Julia Kruesi with six, in a 25-14, 25-15, 25-8 win. Tara Haffelfinger had 11 kills and three aces. Kruesi also tossed up 17 assists. Marina McAteer chipped in five kills and four digs.


Broadneck 3, Annapolis 0: Bella Rubino had 12 kills and 6 aces to go with five digs to lead the Bruins. Casey Gish added 10 kills and Madeline Stewart tossed up 35 assists, as well as serving five aces. Grace McQuoid gave 13 assists and four kills to the Panthers in their losing effort, while Sophia Krause and Annie Ralph notched six kills each.

South River 3, Southern 0: The Seahawks swept the Bulldogs 25-17, 25-20, 25-14. In the loss, Elianna Coon had seven digs and 15 assists. Liv Valdez made a team-high 12 digs for Southern. Angelia Huggins collected four kills and four digs.


Liberty 3, South Carroll 0: Sarah Hart had 21 kills and Grace Maerten had 32 assists to lead the host Lions (5-0, 4-0 Carroll) over the Cavaliers, 25-16, 25-9, 25-19. Paige Coulson had a double-double with 11 kills and 22 digs. Cali Kalishek led Liberty with 17 digs and Sophie Phelps had five blocks. Offensively, Elaina Murphy led with eight kills.

Westminster 3, Century 0: The Owls (5-1, 3-1) swept 25-21, 25-21, 25-16. Trinity Nelson had eight kills, while Keara Zaranski finished with six kills and three blocks. Avery Pelletier led defensively with four blocks. Faith Mohr had 16 assists and Molly Thomas came up with 10 digs.

Manchester Valley 3, Francis Scott Key 1: After dropping the first set, the Mavericks stormed back to win 23-25, 25-19, 25-15, 25-20. Emma Shaffer led with 11 kills and Emily McElwaine finished with seven to go with four aces. Faith Colendar also had four aces. Libby Burkhouse had a double-double with 23 assists and 10 digs. Kamryn Troy chipped in 12 digs.

McDonogh 3, Winters Mill 1: McDonogh was victorious, 25-14, 25-21, 23-25, 25-16. In the loss, Abby Morley led the Falcons with 16 assists, 11 digs and five aces. Ava led Winters Mill’s offense with six kills to go with seven digs. Joanna Singer added five kills. Cadi Kepner had 10 digs and three aces, while Nifemi Olarinde had four kills, four blocks and five digs.

Long Reach 3, North County 0: The Lightning swept 25-16, 25-7, 25-12. Addy Van Oosten led the offense with 11 kills, Allison Brown added nine kills to go with five digs. Maya Miller served seven aces, while Hayle Norton was right behind her with six. Norton also had 21 assists and eight digs.

Severna Park 3, Chesapeake Science Point 0: The Falcons (5-2, 3-0 county) secured their sweep 25-9, 25-15, 25-15. For the Tigers (4-3, 0-3 county), senior Jasmin Azan had four kills and three digs in the loss while Maddie Parks had six assists.

Arundel 3, Glen Burnie 0: The Wildcats swept 25-16, 25-7, 25-15.

Hammond 3, Northeast 0: The Golden Bears swept Northeast 25-6, 25-14, 25-18. Marissa Cossa set up the offense with 24 assists, as Safi Hampton added 11 kills, six digs and six aces. Chloe Williams also finished with five kills.


Field hockey

Francis Scott Key 2, Century 1: Bella Mazan scored twice as the Eagles (5-1, 2-0) beat Century for the first time in more than 10 years. Katelyn Boyer and Drew Watkins had assists and Maddison DeHoff made 10 saves to earn the win. Century’s lone goal came from Madison Leach off an Ella Morris assist in the second half. Meghan Houldson made six saves for the Knights.

Liberty 2, Winters Mill 1: In the loss, Abby Kuhlmann scored off an assist from Jamyson Myers for the Falcons. Sophia Vallandingham made eight saves.

Catholic 8, Meade 1: Senior captain Brienna Blackwood netted the lone goal for the Mustangs, taking a feed from Adria Song and Katie Brookman.

Old Mill 9, Glen Burnie 0: Isabella Stack potted four goals with an assist for the Patriots, followed by Madeline Hoot, who had two. Samantha Sobolewski netted a goal with three assists while Olivia Hoot and Kylee Thomas each recorded a goal. Gophers goalkeeper Abbey Hanson made 19 saves in the defeat, while junior Michelle Feria and senior Carleigh Moore each recorded defensive saves.

Chesapeake 7, Southern 1: Molly Parker had two goals and two assists to lead the host Cougars past the Bulldogs. Chesapeake led 3-0 in the first half. Natalie Forman finished with two assists.

C. Milton Wright 3, Harford Tech 0: Paityn Gossman scored two goals and Claire Burrows had a goal and an assist to lead the Mustangs past the Cobras.


Sparrows Point 3, Catonsville 2: Sparrows Point did not take its first lead until less than four minutes were left in the game, but it was enough to get the Pointers the win. Riley Brubach assisted Rocki Rode for the game-winner with 3:43 left. Brubach and Skylee Adams also scored goals for Sparrows Point. Madison Bauer made three saves in the win.

Girls soccer

Patterson Mill 1, C. Milton Wright 0: The host Huskies won on an own goal by the Mustangs in overtime. Caitlyn Welker made 14 saves for Patterson Mill and Alex Bramble had nine saves for C.M. Wright.

South River 4, Meade 0: Raegan Ogle led her Seahawks (4-1-2) with two goals and an assist. Heidi Tine and Samie Clarke each bagged a goal, while Kate Budowski contributed three assists. Keeper Erin McGaha made six stops.

Annapolis 8, Chesapeake Science Point 0: Jordan Bull had 12 stops in the loss for the Tigers. “Terrific all-around game by Alassandra Ortiz in her first game back from a torn ACL,” coach Darryl Kelly said.

Severna Park 7, Glen Burnie 1: Ava Scott scored twice for the Falcons, whereas the rest of the scoring spread across the field: Eleni Puzas, Francesca Dunoyer, Lexi Ensor, Sydney Holmes and Felicia Fishborne all registered goals. Jasmine Escobar scored the lone goal for the Gophers.

Manchester Valley 2, Westminster 1: Casey Meredith and Natalie Sczepucha each scored to lead the visiting Mavericks past the Owls. Ella Boussy had the lone goal for Westminster. Emma Lander had nine saves in the win; Carlie Rosewag made 11 saves for Westminster.


Century 3, Francis Scott Key 1: The Eagles led 1-0 at halftime, but the Knights rallied with three in the second half. The first goal came off an FSK own-goal, then Harli Hamlett and Maddie Lopata found the back of the net to complete the scoring. Hamlett and Sarah Foreman had assists. Mia Graff made six saves for Century, while Adeline Kraics had 10 saves for FSK. Kiera Cooper was assisted by Kensi Bancroft on FSK’s goal.

Liberty 3, Winters Mill 0: After a scoreless first half, Hannah Devincent curved in a corner kick for the game’s first goal. She added a second goal later from 25 yards out and Morgan Stein fed Grace Young off a corner to close out the scoring. Madi Smith made four saves in the win. .

River Hill 2, Long Reach 1: Marella Virmani and Greta Hanson scored the Hawks’ goals, as Ella Ferrer and Allie Lubitz tallied assists. Allie Billups had eight saves for River Hill. Carly Vincent scored the lone Long Reach goal assisted by Lucy Hower. Shyann Hansen made three saves.

Atholton 2, Centennial 0: Keagan Williams and Denive Guy-Williams each scored, as Guy-Williams also added an assist. Talia Fields added an assist. Katie Wood made eight saves.

Glenelg 3, Howard 2: Stephanie Lathrop scored twice helping the Gladiators build a three-goal lead as Ginny Sung also had a goal and an assist. Aly Zulu had two assists for Glenelg (3-3) as Bella Buscher made nine saves. Sydney Rhodes scored twice for Howard, as Lucie Douglas and Sadie Smith assisted the goals. Ainsley Glasgow had nine saves for the Lions (4-3).

Notre Dame Prep 3, Severn 0: Natalie O’Brocki scored all three goals in the win. Notre Dame led 2-0 at halftime. Zoee Stencil led Severn with four saves. Katie Galgoa made four saves for Notre Dame.


Oakland Mills 6, Hammond 1: Kaity Browne and Nkechi Okpokwasili each scored twice to lead the Scorpions to victory. Brenna Carter also scored, as Okpokwasili and Browne also had assists.

Boys soccer

Dulaney 3, Perry Hall 0: Aidan Collins, Ryan Grogan and James Northey all found the back of the net for the Lions in the win. James Culhane made five saves to earn the shutout. Caleb Margolis handed out a pair of assists and Rodrigo Arango also had an assist.

Westminster 3, Manchester Valley 2: All the scoring came in the first half as the Mavericks took a 2-1 lead. Westminster came back with Josh Lindenstruth netting the equalizer and Jimmy Gogol scoring his second of the night, the game-winner in the 35th minute. Ashton Stewart had two assists and Edwin Alfaro had one. Xavier Bowman had a goal and an assist for Manchester Valley. Grant Miller also scored.

Varsity Highlights

Varsity Highlights


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Century 2, Francis Scott Key 1: Cole Lakenan and Aiden Luckenbaugh scored for the Knights with Cooper Santos and Landon Baker handing out assists. In goal, Carter Lakenan made three saves.

Broadneck 4, Old Mill 1: Matt Tettemer made six saves and the host Bruins beat the Patriots. Jaden Smith, Tanner Boone and Sam Myers all scored goals, while Zach Madairy had two assists. Evan Columbano scored for Old Mill off a JJ Condra assist.

Arundel 2, Northeast 2: Arundel jumped out to a 2-0 behind goals from Joshua Butler and Evan Koch, but Northeast countered and scored the equalizer in the 78th minute with a Tanner Calzado goal. Vincent Hynson also scored for Northeast.


Annapolis 4, Chesapeake Science Point 0: The Panthers netted three of their four goals in the first half.


Liberty 168, Marriotts Ridge 174: Spencer Trump made three birdies, posting a 2-over 38 at River Downs to lead the Lions to the win. Ryan Baker backed him with a 39. Jack Davidson carded a 44 and Cam Hodges shot a 47 to round up Liberty’s scorers. Zach Vernick led Marriotts Ridge with a 39.

Manchester Valley 164, Winters Mill 174: Jamison Gouge and Adam Slivosky shared medalist honors, each posting 40s in the Mavericks’ win. Parker Bopst and Jacob Gouge each shot 42s. Shane Cole led Marriotts Ridge with a 41. Tyler Kimble added a 43.

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