High School sports

High school sports roundup (Sept. 6)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Tuesday, Sept. 6.


Edgewood 3, Dundalk 0: Edgewood won 25-8, 25-6, 25-11. Zyiana Rowlette served 12 aces in the win; she also lined three kills. Mckenzie Badham had eight aces and five assists and Sylvia Marin chipped in two assists, two aces and two kills.


St. Mary’s 3, Sts. Peter and Paul 0: Senior setter Julia Kruesi anchored a convincing win in the Saints’ home opener with nine aces and 13 assists in the sweep, 25-12, 25-11, 25-22. Senior Kyra Obert added seven kills and two aces, while juniors Holly Burke and Maya Morohan (two aces) each had four kills.

Century 3, Catonsville 0: The Knights dominated the opening game, 25-3, and closed out the match with game scores of 25-18 and 25-19. Alyssa Hoffman and Elizabeth Coonts each had extended service runs of 15 and 10 points, respectively. Hoffman had six aces. Uchechi Mba led the Knights with six kills. Jasmine Stanton and Sierra Plummer each had five.


Westminster 3, Linganore 1: Emma Reaves lined 15 kills and picked up nine digs defensively to lead the Owls. Libero Molly Thomas was the defensive leader with 10 digs, she also chipped in four aces and four assists. Jenna Rodriguez and Faith Mohr each tossed up 13 assists.

Marriotts Ridge 3, Hammond 1: The Mustangs won the opening two sets 25-18 and 25-23, as Rhisen Davis finished with a team-high 12 kills and three digs. The Golden Bears won the third set 25-20, but Marriotts Ridge closed the match with a 25-10 victory. Leah Liu finished with seven kills and 14 digs as Vivian O’Brien had five kills and four digs. Eva Hull finished with 25 assists and five digs. Senior outside hitter Safi Hampton led the Golden Bears with 17 aces and 16 digs, as Marissa Cossa led Hammond with 32 assists.

Mt. Hebron 3, Oakland Mills 0: The Vikings won 25-16, 25-15, 25-13. Ava Bradley finished with 13 kills, nine digs and one ace as Rachel Swigart added seven kills and an ace. Emerson Rose also excelled with 20 assists, two aces, two digs and one kill. Caroline Zheng spearheaded Mt. Hebron’s defense with eight digs and four aces, as Juliana Guzman contributed seven digs, four aces and two assists.

Reservoir 3, Long Reach 0: The Gators defeated the Lightning 25-13, 25-15, 25-15 as Haley Ko finished with six aces, 19 assists and 11 digs. Kelsey Holmes added 12 kills and 16 assists as Mayah Tucker and Gabby Allen finished with nine and 10 digs, respectively. Hayley Norton led Long Reach with 13 assists and four digs, as Addy Van Oosten added three aces, six kills, a block and four digs.

Glenelg 3, Atholton 0: The Gladiators defeated the Raiders 25-20, 29-27, 25-16. Lauren LaPointe finished with seven kills, four aces and six digs. Olivia McDonough was strong defensively with a team-high 15 digs. Lindsay Kelley finished with a team-leading 21 assists, also chipping in 7 digs. Nabi Bae excelled offensively with eight kills, five aces and six digs.

Harford Christian 3, Greater Grace Christian Academy 1: Sonya Burris had five aces and four kills to guide the Eagles to victory. Ella Olinger added five aces and Ariel Nelson had four aces, while Rebeckah Mathias put down nine kills. Sarah Mathias added two kills.

Chesapeake Science Point 3, Key 0: The Tigers were led in kills by seniors Jasmine Azan and Danielle Lora, each with five. Azan also had three aces, two digs and a block while Lora had five aces and a dig. Junior Rinnari Small registered eight aces and a kill while senior Maddie Parks put in eight assists, three aces and a kill.


Crofton 3, North Point 0: The Cardinals swept the match 25-11, 25-4, 25-20 as three went perfect from the service line. Emily Gustie (13-for-13) amassed four aces, four kills and three digs; Christine Wang (9-for-9) put in six assists and four aces; and Taylor Gifford (11-for-11) had five aces and two kills. Lila Lagaras lined six kills while Cora Shafer did five, as well as two blocks. Sam Dutton recorded a team-high seven assists.

Archbishop Spalding 3, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 0: The Cavaliers swept 25-21, 25-13, 25-17.

Glen Burnie 3, Concordia Prep 1

Field hockey

Manchester Valley 4, Tuscarora 0: The Mavericks defense held Tuscarora without a shot on goal while posting the season-opening win. Amanda Herrold scored twice to lead the offense. Ashley Mountcastle had a goal and an assist, while Emma Gleespen also scored. Ally Largent and Liz Syzbalski had assists.

Mount de Sales 5, Catonsville 0: Audrey Mullen scored three goals in the win. Molly Browning and Bella Reyes also scored. Reyes handed out two assists in the game. Ceci Liberto and Katherine O’Brien each added assists.

Archbishop Spalding 7, Arundel 0: Ally Keith had three goals, while Avery Ruckman, Marisol Torreyson, Claire Magnan and Skylar Gilman also scored. Gilman led the Cavaliers with two assists. Arundel goalie Abby Smith made 18 saves.


Glen Burnie 7, Edgewood 0: Junior Dakota Smith led her Gophers by netting five goals, including two in the first quarter. Senior Rachel Raji contributed two goals. Junior Tiara Lemon assisted a goal, as did Smith. Junior goalkeeper Abbey Hanson earned the shutout.

Crofton 10, North County 1: Seven Cardinals put shots in the cage, led by Emily Najarian, who contributed five points (two goals and three assists). Kylie Corcoran added a goal with two assists, while Rian Dennis and Grace Morris each netted two goals. Lindsey Roberts, Sophia Galarza and Bree Riggs scored a goal each. Ava Poole and Olivia Feely each had an assist. Keeper Downing Lose recorded three saves. For the Knights, Arianna Ruiz scored the lone goal while Madison Feuerherd and Zoe Harlow split time in the cage, registering 12 and eight saves, respectively.

Boys soccer

Liberty 13, Catoctin 0: Ten different Lions scored goals in the season-opening win. Austin Veach netted a hat trick and Nate Frey scored twice. Tyler Edson, Grant Bernstein, Lucas Britos, Austin Wadlington, Jordan Devincent, Ryan Hiebler, Sam Allen and Gledy Chavez all added goals. Heibler added three assists. Garrett Rodoff and Grant White split time in goal, each making one save.

Gerstell 3, Baltimore City College 1: The Falcons (2-0-1) got a pair of goals from Riley Kilroy and one from Malcolm Hoar in the win. JJ Weber, Nathan Anapolsky and Ryan Morrison each picked up assists. Drew Sindicic with six saves in goal.

Winters Mill 3, Thomas Johnson 1: Reed Postlethwait scored twice for the Falcons. Chase Taylor also found the back of the net in the win. Brandon Estrada and Brandon Taylor each handed out assists. In goal, Hayden Shuman made 14 saves.

Fallston 9, Francis Scott Key 1: Christian Worthington’s three goals and one assist led the Cougars to an easy win over the visiting Eagles. The Cougars led 5-1 at half. Dylan Shepherd added two goals and two assists, while Ethan Salsa and Nathan Shimaitis had a goal and assist each. Tanner Boyd also contributed a goal and Jack Friskey had an assist. Dylan Kries (three saves) and Lucas Clark (four saves) shared time in the Fallston goal.


Reservoir 5, Long Reach 1: The Gators built a 3-1 lead at the half as they showcased their balance with five different goal scorers. Noah Gantt, Graham Leary, Mang Tuang, Adam Hunt and Henry Rodridguez each scored. Leary and Tuang added a pair of assists, while Caleb Sou also had an assist. Quinn Dean had two saves for Reservoir.

Centennial 2, Arundel 1 (2OT): Josh Butler scored the lone goal for the Wildcats on an assist from Chris McCray to lead 1-0 in the first half. Unfortunately for Arundel, a potent defensive effort by the Eagles prevented the Wildcats from making the strike they needed to go-ahead.

Alejandro Monroy registered 17 saves for Arundel.

Girls soccer

Edgewood 4, Kenwood 2: Tori Figinski scored a goal and assisted two others to lead the Rams past the visiting Blue Birds. Sam Donovan added a goal and assist, while Jenna Gardner and Nevaeh Vick added a goal each. Niaya Gordon had an assist.

Westminster 2, Linganore 1: Audrey Houle scored on a penalty kick and Ella Boussy added a goal as the Owls built a 2-0 halftime lead. Despite surrendering a goal, the Westminster defense held on to earn the win. Carlie Rosewag made nine saves for the Owls and Kate LoPiccolo had an assist.

Winters Mill 4, Thomas Johnson 1: Gracee Weinreich scored twice as the Falcons opened their season with a win. Beti Bittner and Kiyomi Mastro also scored. Mastro, Weinreich, Kiera Milam and Carli Vogel all had assists. In goal, Kayleigh Rose made nine saves.


South Carroll 1, Bel Air 0: Mary Chambers scored a little more than a minute into the game, and the defense made it hold up. Brooke Turner made nine saves in goal in the win. Kaylee Norstrand made 10 saves including several key saves late to keep the Bobcats in the game.

Liberty 8, Catoctin 0: The Lions (2-1) got four goals from Rose Larner and two from Madison Rytina as they won their home opener. Kate Grauel and Hannah Devincent also scored goals. Eight different players had assists and Madison Smith made five saves in goal.

Mt. Hebron 2, Oakland Mills 0: Leen Jawhar and Sheridan Stokes scored for the Vikings and each assisted the other on their goals. Their defense was strong, not allowing a shot on goal. Paige Andrews had 14 saves for Oakland Mills.

Marriotts Ridge 9, Hammond 0: The Mustangs opened the season with a dominant offensive display as striker Giavana Liberto led with three goals and an assist. Bridget Ford chipped in two goals and an assist, as Grace Kang added a team-high two assists. Abby Eldridge, Mollie Anderson, Mira Shelat and Jordan Rodman also scored. Asti Ingilieifardottir made eight saves for Hammond.

Glenelg 1, Atholton 0: Freshman Sierra Phillips scored the Gladiators goal, assisted by 2021 Howard County leading scorer Stephanie Lathrop. The Gladiators outshot the Raiders 24-9 as Bella Buscher made five saves for Glenelg, while Katie Wood had nine saves for Atholton.

Long Reach 4, Reservoir 0: Katie Hoffman scored twice for the Lightning as Alicia Bauer and Alaina Norton also tallied goals. Shyann Hansen finished three saves for Long Reach.


North Harford 9, Aberdeen 2: Freshman Mia Honig scored three goals to lead the Hawks past the visiting Eagles. Aubrey Heise added two goals, while Hawks with single goals were Jenna Amrhein (assist), Marissa Struhar, Madison Staiger and Aubrey Hyman. Jenna Stevens scored both Aberdeen goals.

Perryville 3, Oxford (Pa.) 1: The Panthers defeated the visiting Hornets with Mackenzie Lynch and Peyton Geiss netting goals. The third goal was an own goal off a Kamryn Marcinkevich corner kick. Panthers goalie Sarah Cantrell had eight saves.

Varsity Highlights

Varsity Highlights


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Southern 5, Old Mill 2: The Bulldogs jumped out to a dominant start, led by Skylar Williams, who notched a hat trick and assisted both of Anna Sis’ goals. Sis, in return, assisted all of Williams’ scores. Sienna McCowan made five stops in goal.

Severna Park 5, Tuscarora 0: Hanna Verreault and Felcia Fishburne scored two goals apiece to lead the Falcons on Monday. Eleni Puzas scored the other goal, while Sydney Holmes dished off two assists. Sara Kreis and Emerson Scott were also credited with assists. Goalie Delanie Robertson made four saves to earn the shutout.

River Hill 7, Wilde Lake 0: Marella Virmani led the Hawks with a hat trick, as Natalie Lubitz, Ellie Goldberg, Maddie Berge and Cailin McKenna also scored. Julia Kin had a pair of assists as Virmani, Allie Lubitz and Ellie Goldberg also tallied assists.


South Carroll 161, Winters Mill 163: Patrick Carl shot a 39 and Michael Valerio backed him with a 40 as the Cavaliers edged the Falcons. Chase Loden and Jack Laur each added 41s for the Cavaliers. Winters Mill’s Tyler Kimble was match medalist shooting a 37. Gianni Serafin added a 39.


Severna Park 163, Crofton 165, Broadneck 166, South River 178: DA Regala shot the low score of 36 for nine holes to lead the Falcons to victory in an A Division match played at Compass Pointe.

Nicol Chovanec fired a 39 to tie for third individually and help Severna Park post a team score of 163. Owen Newberry took second place with a round of 37 for runner-up Crofton. South River’s Aiden Dillahay and Broadneck’s Bailey Bolter also tied for third.

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