Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Wednesday, Sept. 28.
Harford Tech 9, Edgewood 0: Carly Hemmings and Eve Hamilton each scored twice, while Sofia Albi, Jaimeson Nobile, Olivia Marcello, Alex Hall and Lea Ayers all added goals. Hall finished with two assists.
Bel Air 1, Fallston 0: Emily Bailey scored the game-winner assisted by Keira Loewe and the host Bobcats shut out the Cougars.
Gerstell Academy 3, Indian Creek 0: Olivia Sprinkle had a goal and assist for the Falcons. Reagan Ramsey and Zoey Mortmer also added goals. Cambrie Franks made four saves to earn the shutout.
Spalding 1, Notre Dame Prep 0: Emma Dean scored off an assist from Sophie Thibeault for the game’s only goal as the Cavaliers went to 6-0-1.
Calvert Hall 3, Mount St. Joseph 0: The visiting Cardinals (11-0-1, 10-0-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) shut out the Gaels (3-7-1, 3-7-1). Mount St. Joseph has lost two of its past three games.
Loyola Blakefield 2, Boys’ Latin 0: Jordan Maglalang and Sammie Walker each scored and the host Dons (8-2-1, 8-2-1 MIAA A Conference) shut out the Lakers (2-10-1, 1-9-1). Loyola has won two in a row and Boys’ Latin has lost four straight.
McDonogh 2, Archbishop Spalding 0: The Eagles (5-6, 5-6 MIAA A Conference) shut out the Cavaliers (5-6, 5-6).
Marriotts Ridge 6, Reservoir 2: The Mustangs extended a 2-0 halftime lead as Addy Obitz scored two goals and added an assist. Maisy Clevenger, Camryn Fisher, Marin Kriner and Sophia Baxter also scored. Will Fullerton made nine saves for the Mustangs. Bella Periera scored for the Gators, as Maggie Frisvold made nine saves.
Carver A&T 8, Lansdowne 1: Carver moved to 5-0, the eight goals were its highest total of the season.
Hereford 6, Perry Hall 0: Perry Hall sophomore goalie Taylor Fitch stopped 40 of 46 goals against the Bulls.
Annapolis Area Christian School 6, St. Timothy 0: CJ Summa scored five of the Eagles’ goals with Bailey Jayne tallying the other. Maggie Conroy picked up an assist.
River Hill 7, Centennial 1: Maddie Vasilios scored a game-high six goals to lead the Hawks past the host Eagles. Jane Baldy made 23 saves for Centennial.
Spalding 5, St. Mary’s 0: The Cavaliers (10-2) got goals from Ally Keith, Carys Donahoe, Stella Bumgarner, Skylar Gilman and Taylor Thorne. Marisol Torreyson handed out two assists.
John Carroll 8, Friends 0: Margo Smith, Sammie Bender and Sara Shorts each scored twice to lead the host Patriots (4-2, 2-1 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference) over the Quakers (0-4, 0-3).
Glenelg 6, Atholton 0: AJ Eyre had a goal and an assist to lead the visiting Gladiators over the Raiders. Emily Altshuler, Sarah Walker, Brinkley Eyre, Theresa Stiller and Skylar Rill also scored.
Hammond 1, Wilde Lake 0: Charlotte Lamp scored the game’s only goal in the third period on an assist from Mayuri Chakkara. Lily DeBlasio made two saves.
South River 3, Dulaney 1: Kelly Webber, Gigi Stephan and Kat Wanner all netted goals for the Seahawks. Reagan Beall and Meghan Fritter split time in the net, accumulating seven and three saves, respectively.
Maryvale Prep 3, Broadneck 1: The #9 Lions (4-1) got 10 kills and five blocks from Libby Potter to defeat visiting, seventh-ranked Bruins (4-1), 25-22, 25-20, 23-25, 25-23.
Maryvale Prep rallied from a three-point deficit late in the fourth set to top the previously undefeated Bruins.
“Our loss to Severna Park put everything into perspective for us,” Maryvale coach Missy Little said. “We thought we had something to prove, and we showed that we are small but mighty.”
Setter Madeline Stewart led Broadneck with 32 assists.
Harford Tech 3, Edgewood 1: The Cobras swept 25-18, 21-25, 25-10, 26-24. For Edgewood, Sylvia Marin had five kills and four aces. McKenzie Badham had 12 assists.
Havre de Grace 3, Elkton 0: The Warriors on 25-17, 25-19, 25-20. Rachel Thomas led with seven kills with Azareya Whiting right behind her with six. Sarah Bromley had five aces.
Perry Hall 3, Dulaney 2: The Gators outlasted Dulaney in a thriller. After falling behind 2-1, Perry Hall was pushed to the limit but prevailed in the final two sets to win 23-25, 25-20, 16-25, 26-24, 15-13. Kiersten Chemelli had a career-high 19 kills to lead Perry all. Gianna Scaccio added six kills and three blocks. Gigi Tilton served seven aces and lined five kills.
Towson 3, Carver A&T 1: The Generals dropped the opening set but rallied to win 21-25, 25-19, 25-17, 25-23. Carver was led by Hailey Fennoy-Adams with seven kills. Ryan Jones served eight aces and Kseniya Halavina tossed up 18 assists.
Dulaney 154, Eastern Tech 205: Matt Dow led the Lions (5-0) with a 36. Two other Lions broke 40 as Ryan Dannenfelser and Connor Dow each posted 39s.
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