Maryland public school volleyball playoffs get underway | Baltimore Sun high school sports roundup

Public school volleyball teams throughout Maryland kicked off the regional playoffs on Thursday.

Here are results from around the Baltimore region:



Region quarterfinals

Class 4A North

Dulaney 3, Parkville 0

The host Lions won 25-7, 25-16, 25-22. Dulaney faces second-seeded Western Monday at 7 p.m.


Perry Hall 3, Catonsville 2

Class 4A East

N. County 3, Meade 0

Severna Park 3, North Point 0

Maggie Sale and Perry Stevenson each recorded 11 kills in the Falcons’ dominant 25-17, 25-11, 25-12 win. Ava Meadows added seven kills while Sydney Watts collected six aces and 14 digs. Third-seeded Severna Park (12-4) advances to meet No. 2 Leonardtown Monday at 5:30 p.m.


South River 3, Annapolis 1

The Seahawks’ Lindsey Hutchins had 11 kills, Mia Keen had 10 to go with 24 assists and Beth Marks had nine in South River’s 25-16, 25-27, 25-14, 25-17. The No. 5 seed Seahawks move on to face top-seeded Broadneck on Monday at 5 p.m.

Sophia Krause had 18 kills and 10 digs for Annapolis (9-4) in the loss.

Class 3A North

C.M. Wright 3, Towson 0

Edgewood 3, Patapsco 0

Woodlawn 3, Mervo 0

Class 3A South

Chesa.-AA 3, Bennett 2

Crofton 3, Northeast 0

Cora Shafer tallied 15 kills and six blocks for the Cardinals in a 25-10, 25-10, 25-5 win. Christine Wang added 23 assists and went 12-for-12 from the service line with seven aces. No. 3 seed Crofton will face No. 2 Stephen Decatur Monday at 5 p.m.

Class 3A East

Centennial 3, Manchester Valley 0

The host Eagles beat the Mavericks (3-13) in Region I. Emma Shaffer had eight kills and Libby Burkhouse had 15 assists for Manchester Valley.

Class 2A North

Carver A&T 3, Randallstown 0

The host Bears won 25-4, 25-10, 25-6. Carver A&T will face Owings Mills in the region semifinal.

Owings Mills 3, Lansdowne 0

Patterson 3, Overlea 1

Class 2A East

Fallston 3, North East 0

Class 1A North

Douglass 3, Forest Park 1

Edmondson 3, New Era 2

Lake Clifton 3, Ben Franklin 1

Class 1A South

F.S. Key 3, Chesa.-Science Point 2

The visiting Eagles won 25-13, 21-25, 22-25, 25-12, 15-6. Kelsey Holman led Francis Scott Key with six aces, 13 kills and 10 digs. Autumn Ruskey held the defense with 14 digs to go with two kills. Two Chesapeake Science Point players collected six kills: Jasmin Azan (four digs, two aces) and Destinee Phifer (six assists).

Class 1A East

Havre de Grace 3, Joppatowne 0

Boys soccer

MIAA semifinals, A Conference

The host Cardinals (21-2) got an opening goal from sophomore forward Ryan Belal with 28 seconds left in the first half and went from there, pouring in five second-half goal goals to cruise to Sunday’s title game.

Tyler Flynn and Ryan Henneman both scored two goals and Ben Madore enjoyed a one-goal, three-assist performance. Goalkeeper Nate Jones made six saves for his 12th shutout.

In Sunday’s title game against McDonogh, Calvert Hall seeks its sixth MIAA A title with the most recent one coming in 2016. The teams split the two regular-season games — the Cardinals claiming a 1-0 home win on Aug. 27 before the Eagles earned a 2-1 overtime win on Oct. 1.

John Carroll finishes with a 14-7-2 mark.

MIAA semifinals, B Conference

Severn 4, Indian Creek 0

The Admirals poured most of its offensive effort in the first half as Hudson Lamb netted two, assisted by Colin McCarthy and Ammar Yusef, while McCarthy had the first of the night. In the second half, Andrew Powell contributed the insurance goal, which was assisted by Andrew Beard. Severn, unbeaten in conference, will face St. Mary’s Sunday at 3:15 p.m. in the championship game at Anne Arundel Community College.

St. Mary’s 2, Annapolis Area Christian School 1 (OT)

An own goal in overtime was the difference as the Saints beat Annapolis Area Christian School. Kam Ross scored in the first half for St. Mary’s before Daniel Mancia scored for AACS late in the second half to force overtime.

MIAA semifinals, C Conference

Gerstell 1, Key School 0

Jackson Quenzer scored the game-winning goal, which was assisted by Riley Kilory, to lift the host Falcons (13-1-2) over the Obezags. Gerstell goalie Drew Sindicic made four saves. Gerstell will play Pallotti in the conference final on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Anne Arundel Community College.

Pallotti 4, Beth Tfiloh 0