High School sports

High school sports roundup (Sept. 8)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Thursday, Sept. 8.

Girls soccer

Perry Hall 2, Sparrows Point 1: The Pointers enjoyed a one-goal lead over the Gators in the second half until Perry Hall senior Maddy Lebhar connected from 18 yards out to tie the score. Lebhar later scored in overtime to lift the Gators to the win. Senior Bridgette Asher and freshman Reese Pinnell had assists.


Mount de Sales 4, Manchester Valley 0: Grace Trott scored twice to lead the host Sailors over the Mavericks. Mount de Sales led 3-0 at the half.

Bel Air 3, North East 0: Allison Mace scored twice to lead the Bobcats. Alex Busick also scored. Morgan Loewe handed out two assists. Kaylee Norstrand made eight saves to earn the shutout.


Fallston 3, Winters Mill 1: The Cougars got a win over the visiting Falcons. Katherine King netted a pair of goals and Maddie Passwater added one. Ellie Ajello dished out two assists, while Kasey Resh added one. Winters Mill’s goal was scored by Beti Bittner.

Perryville 4, Elkton 0: Sarah Murrell, Macy Forest, Peyton Geiss and Sage Cole scored a goal apiece for the host Panthers (2-0). Adding assists were Kamryn Marcinkevich, Brooklynn Myers, Cole and Justina Radcliffe. Panthers goalie Sarah Cantrell made six saves.

North Harford 2, Bo Manor 0: The visiting Hawks got goals from Jenna Amrhein and Ashley Shelton in the win over the Eagles. Marissa Struhar and Mia Honig added assists.

Harford Tech, 4, Havre de Grace 1: The host Warriors led 1-0, but the Cobras scored four unanswered to post the win. Caroline Korczak, Eve Hamilton, Lea Ayers and Carly Hemmings scored Tech goals. Lila Vincenti netted the Warriors’ goal on a breakaway. Olivia Marcello and Katie Mang had assists for Tech. Havre de Grace goalie Madison Thompson made nine saves, while Tech keeper Abi Marcello recorded eight saves.

Severna Park 8, City 0: Sydney Holmes and Kasey Thompson each scored twice to lead the host Falcons over the Knights. Ava Schultz handed out three assists and Eleni Puzas had two. Lily Diedrich needed to make just one save to earn the shutout.

Marriotts Ridge 4, Long Reach 0: The Mustangs advanced to 2-0 as Giavana Liberto spearheaded the attack with two goals and an assist. Anna Hendrickson and Mira Shelat also scored as Una Remmel made five saves.

Westminster 2, Arundel 1: Audrey Houle broke a 1-1 tie by scoring the game-winner with two minutes left for the host Owls. Jordan Joseph gave Westminster a 1-0 lead before the Wildcats knotted the score on a penalty kick by Elanor Quigley with 20 minutes left in the game. Carlie Rosewag made eight saves for the Owls.

Century 3, C. Milton Wright 2: The host Knights overtook the Mustangs in the second half to win. Down 2-1, Gracie Tourangeau knocked home a rebound off an initial Maddie Lapota shot to tie the game. Lexi McGinnis broke the tie with a shot from 20 yards out. Melody Levia also scored. C. Milton Wright’s goals came from Carly Patrick assisted by Katie Roszko, and Leah Holman assisted by Katie Roszko. In goal, Alix Bramble had 12 saves.


South Carroll 9, Thomas Johnson 2: Addyson Davis had two goals and two assists to lead the host Cavaliers (2-0) over the Patriots. Other goal scorers for South Carroll were Mary Chambers, Morgan Guynn, Maddie Witter, Callie Chesney, Gretchen Matala, Kendra Wotchuin and Savannah Sinclair. Ella Boyce had two assists for the Cavaliers.

Southern 1, South River 0: Anna Sis scored six minutes into overtime against her father’s old team, taking a feed from Skylar Williams. Sidney Shaw made six saves for the Bulldogs, who improved to 2-0.

Old Mill 10, Chesapeake Science Point 0: Jordan Bull recorded 12 saves in the loss for the Tigers. Old Mill coach Darryl Kelly credited Alex Wilson’s play all over the field and Alana Middleton creating scoring opportunities.

Boys soccer

New Town 16, Patapsco 1: Bradley Ramirez and Haleem Gbadegesin each produced hat tricks as part of the Titans’ offensive eruption. New Town jumped ahead 10-0 at halftime.

Fallston 5, Winters Mill 0: The Cougars (4-0) made the long bus ride worth it with the shutout over the Falcons. The Cougars scored four goals in the second half. Christian Worthington scored two goals, as did Dylan Shepherd, who added an assist. Ryan Reed added a goal, while assists were credited to Jack Friskey, Ian Wilson and Andrew Mazziot. In goal, both Dylan Kries (three saves) and Lucas Clark (two saves) saw time. Hayden Shuman collected 10 saves in the loss.

Manchester Valley 1, Oakdale 1: Regular and two overtimes couldn’t separate the teams. Xavier Bowman scored his second of the year for the Maverick’s only goal. Joe Peloquin made six saves for Manchester Valley. Maverick coach John Woodley credited the midfield and defensive play from Cevin Slominski, Lino Colin Jr, Dayton Siegler and Grant Miller.


South River 6, Southern 1: The 2-0 Seahawks jumped to a strong start, piling four goals in the first. Max Cerulla engineered the effort with two goals while Cole Mastal added a goal and an assist. Hunter Marsden put in a free kick goal, followed by Lucas Cerulla and then Lucas Evans, on a penalty kick. Sean Ciminelli, RJ Eubanks and Will Gervase all notched assists.

Glenelg Country 3, Saints Peter & Paul 2: The Dragons scored the game-winner 15 seconds into double overtime. Sophomore David Carrera scored the winning goal on an assist from junior Vincent Do.

Girls volleyball

Francis Scott Key 3, Winters Mill 2: The Eagles rallied from down 2-1 to win the last two sets and the match 25-20, 24-26, 17-25, 25-18, 15-5. Kelsey Holman led FSK with 11 kills. Anna Ridlon served eight aces while Katrina Bauman handed out 12 assists. For Winters Mill, Cheyenne Costin led with 12 kills. Ava Hall had seven kills and Nifemi Olarinde had five kills, five blocks and two aces. Abby Morley tossed up 29 assists.

Liberty 3, Manchester Valley 0: The Lions posted the win 25-12, 25-15, 25-20. Sarah Hart lined 13 kills and picked up eight digs to lead the Lions. Paige Coulson fell just short of a double-double with nine kills and 11 digs. She also served four aces. Jenna Liska picked up 15 digs and Grace Maerten tossed up 20 assists to go with nine digs. Hadley Rossbach contributed with the aces and six digs. In the loss, Libby Burkhouse had 15 assists, Faith Colendar had five kills, Kamryn Troy and Emily Troy each picked up eight digs and Chloe Figueria had three blocks.

Glenelg 3, Hammond 0: The Gladiators won their second straight match to start the season 26-24, 25-20, 25-13. Lindsay Kelley led Glenelg with 18 assists, also posting four aces, six kills and six digs. Lily Bae served nine aces, while Isard Bernandes led the team with seven kills.

Centennial 3, Mt. Hebron 0: The Eagles advanced to 2-0 on the season. Julian Guzman led Mt. Hebron with nine digs, while Lauren Roselle added seven kills.


Marriotts Ridge 3, Long Reach 0: The Mustangs defeated the Lightning 25-20, 25-12, 25-17. Eva Hull led the Mustangs with 10 digs and 17 assists. Rhisen Davis also added eight kills and seven digs. Allison Brown finished with a team-high 11 kills for Long Reach, as Hayley Norton led the Lightning with 20 assists and 13 digs.

Reservoir 3, Atholton 0: The Gators defeated the Raiders 25-14, 25-8, 25-15. Mayah Tucker led Reservoir with 11 kills. Madison Hill and Kelsey Holmes also finished with seven and six kills, respectively. Haley Ko helped set up the Gators attack with a team-high 19 assists.

Chesapeake Science Point 3, Western Tech 0: The Tigers improved to 2-0 on the young season, an effort led by senior outside hitter Jasmin Azan and her seven kills, seven digs, four aces and a block. Senior setter Maddie Parks had a team-high five aces and five assists while senior setter Isabella Lora had four aces, four assists and two kills.

Annapolis 3, Meade 0: The Panthers swept 25-18, 25-20, 26-24. Sophia Krause went 20-for-22 at the service line with eight aces to go with six kills and four digs. Sophie Heyder had four aces. Kennedy Cornett had 26 assists and three kills, while Saniya Anderson had eight digs.

Severna Park 3, North County 0: The Falcons defeated the Knights 25-13, 25-10, 25-14. Perry Stevenson landed 10 kills, followed by Ava Meadows with four kills and three aces, Taylor Stone with two aces and 16 assists and Gena Willis with two kills, two aces and nine assists.

Southern 3, Chesapeake 1: The Bulldogs fended off the Cougars 25-13, 25-22, 22-25, 25-13. Elianna Coon amassed 10 aces and 20 assists for Southern. Olivia Valdez had 12 digs and Angelia Huggins notched 10 kills.


Boonsboro 3, South Carroll 1: The Cavaliers dropped their season opener in four close sets 25-23, 26-24, 20-25, 25-22. Cali Kalishek had 19 digs and five aces. Emily Trail added 20 digs, three aces, six kills and four blocks. Abby Kennedy and Sam Rice each had six total blocks while Elaina Murphy had 18 digs.

Boys volleyball

Fallston 3, Edgewood 0: The host Cougars (1-0) beat the Rams, 25-15, 25-12, 25-19. Michael Taylor and Jackson Killough had six aces each for Fallston. The team had 19 aces.

Havre de Grace 3, Joppatowne 1: The visiting Warriors (1-2) earned their first win over the Mariners (0-1). Scores were 25-14, 25-17, 22-25, 25-7. Leaders for winners were Karamdeep Bassi (three aces, seven kills), Donovan Craig (two aces, three kills), Michael Maroney (one ace, two kills, five digs), Corey Roubal (three aces, three kills, 13 sets) and Nick Scopelliti (eight aces, three kills).

Harford Tech 3, Patterson Mill 2: The visiting Cobras outlasted the Huskies in five sets. Scores were 24-26, 25-18, 25-16, 14-25, 16-14. In the loss, leaders for Patterson Mill were Adam Lingelbach (10 kills, one block, 10 digs), Josh Shores (12 kills, one ace, nine digs) and Javier deGordon (eight kills).

Field hockey

South Carroll 10, Brunswick 0: Alayna Enoff and Caroline Laur each scored hat tricks as the Cavaliers opened their season with a big shutout win. Also offensively, Addie Fowler scored two goals, while Sophia DuPont and Mandy Harris also scored. Lily Sheaffer made two saves.

Catonsville 5, Eastern Tech 0: Freshman Jade Pannuety scored twice to lead the visiting Comets past the Mavericks. Alison Capka had two assists for Catonsville. Chloe Menkhas, Lindsay Taylor and Andie Sutton also scored. Alison Capka had two assists.


Westminster 3, Dulaney 1: Avery Taylor scored two goals and Kate McAlonan had one to lead the visiting Owls over the Lions. Jess Kent handed off two assists, while Andra Hull made three saves in goal. Eve Fowler scored for Dulaney.

Rising Sun 3, Harford Tech 0: The Cobras fell on the road in their season opener. The Tigers led 2-0 at the half.

Varsity Highlights

Varsity Highlights


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Broadneck 9, Old Mill 0: Eight different Bruins registered points in the game. Jess Kopernick and Arden Hunteman each scored two goals. Katelyn Kearns and Faith Everett each finished with a goal and an assist. Maya Everett, Zoe Pierreuse and Emma Naylor also had goals. Old Mill’s Regan Gardner made 22 saves.

Northeast 9, Glen Burnie 0: Addison Piechowiak netted three goals and an assist, aided by Makenzy Martini, who scored two and helped on another. Four more Eagles put one in the cage: Aliah Noon, Cecilia Hartford, Madalynn West and McKenzie Koch,

North County 10, Meade 0: Darby von Berg tallied three goals to lead the Knights’ offensive efforts. Macy White registered two goals, while five more Knights each contributed one goal: Claire Birge, Katie von Berg, Arianna Ruiz, Maggie Blanford and Roxy Stephenson. Four each had an assist: Kiana Silva, White, Katie von Berg and Birge.

Crofton 4, Severn 1: Kylie Corcoran recorded two goals an an assist to lead her Cardinals. Karryn Dean and Lindsey Roberts each put up a goal, while Jackie Kerner and Olivia Feeley both had assists. Ryleigh Osborne made four saves.



Glenelg Boys 65, Reservoir 27: Tyler Carl led the Gladiators boys with 23 points, as Ellis Waak and Ryan Glassman also contributed to the win with 16 and 15 points, respectively. Sean Kim finished with a team-high 10 points for Reservoir.

Glenelg Girls 68, Reservoir 31: Megan Kirkpatrick continued her strong start to the season with a team-high 32 points, a county singles record, including three birdies and an eagle. Samadhi Tennakoon finished second on the team with 18 points, qualifying for the county championship along with Kirkpatrick.

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