Maryland football playoffs begin; soccer, field hockey play state quarterfinals | Baltimore Sun high school sports roundup

Public school football teams throughout Maryland began their postseason on Friday night with regional quarterfinal contests, while field hockey and soccer teams decided which teams will play in next weekend’s state semifinal games.

Here are results from around the Baltimore region as they are reported:



Regional first round

Class 4A East

N. County 35, Annapolis 21

Old Mill 70, Meade 0


Parkville 34, Glen Burnie 14

Class 3A East

Chesapeake-AA 57, Crofton 16

The host Cougars scored on their first offensive play jumped out to a 27-0 lead in the first quarter to rout the Cardinals. Chesapeake senior running back Victor Listorti became the program’s all-time leading rusher and scored twice on runs of 13 and 72 yards. He finished with 10 carries for 126 yards, giving him 1,585 on the season.

Long Reach 48, Bennett 8


Class 3A North

Edgewood 30, Aberdeen 14

Franklin 49, Towson 3

Manchester Valley 41, Patapsco 12

Trent Onkst had two rushing touchdowns and Markel Brown had two touchdown receptions to lead the host Mustangs (7-3) over the Patriots. Patapsco took a 6-0 lead before Manchester Valley scored 41 unanswered points.

Class 3A South

Atholton 28, Marriotts Ridge 7

Poly 46, Digital Harbor 6

River Hill 3, Wilde Lake 0

Class 2A North

Hereford 28, Overlea 0

Milford Mill 42, Eastern Tech 0

Owings Mills 56, Lansdowne 0

Class 2A East

Kent Island 51, C.M. Wright 8

N. Caroline 48, N. Harford 6

Class 2A West

Glenelg 42, Century 0

Quarterback Bisi Owens scored four touchdowns as the No. 2 seed Gladiators (9-1) cruised to victory over the seventh-seeded Knights (1-8).

Middletown 48, Hammond 12

Class 1A North

Pikesville 27, Loch Raven 14

Class 1A South

New Era 22, Lake Clifton 14

Class 4A/3A North

Kenwood 38, Catonsville 3

Senior Troy Dukes rushed for three touchdowns and the Kenwood defense bottled up the Comets’ offense. The fourth-seeded Bluebirds built a 30-0 lead by halftime and Dukes’ 42-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter and a 2-point conversion made it 38-0 and started a running clock the rest of the game. Kenwood will travel to face No. 1 seed Dundalk (9-0) next week in a regional semifinal.

Perry Hall 49, Woodlawn 8

Class 4A/3A East

Arundel 36, Chopticon 15

The Wildcats will host South River next weekend.

South River 7, Great Mills 6

The visiting Seahawks scored a touchdown and made the game-winning extra point with 36 seconds left to advance.

Class 4A/3A West

Howard 18, Reservoir 14

Tyler Sabatini threw two touchdown passes to Tyler Baruch — the latter with three seconds left — to lift the Lions (4-6) past the Gators (3-6).

Mt. Hebron 50, Thomas Johnson 24

Class 2A/1A North

Sparrows Pt. 48, Central 0

Class 2A/1A South

Patuxent 42, Southern 6

Class 2A/1A East

Fallston 45, North East 16

Class 2A/1A West

Boonsboro 42, Liberty 20

F.S. Key 34, Winters Mill 12

Nick Diehl scored on runs of 1 and 83 yards, Ryan Rill had 6- and 1-yard touchdown runs and Jarren Rutter punched one in from 1 yard out for FSK, which led 21-0 at halftime.

Kamdyn Koch caught a 42-yard touchdown pass from Caleb Crouch for Winters Mills’ first score and Brady Forte had a 15-yard touchdown reception as time expired.


Boys’ Latin 23, St. Paul’s 21

Calvert Hall 14, Pallotti 7

Running backs Jordan Harris and Hakim Simms both scored two rushing touchdowns, junior Gio Boone returned an interception for a touchdown and quarterback Nick Gutierrez scored once on the ground to lead the Cavaliers (10-0) to a shutout over the Gaels (7-3) to earn the No. 1 seed in the MIAA A Conference playoffs. Spalding will face either McDonogh or Gilman in a semifinal Friday night.

St. Mary’s 49, Severn 0

Boys soccer

State quarterfinals

Class 3A

Bennett 9, Franklin 1

Class 2A

Glenelg 3, Potomac 0

Harford Tech 2, La Plata 0

Century 1, Hereford 0

Aydin Armstrong scored the game-winner assisted by Cooper Santos as the host Knights beat the Bulls. Vijay Jetton had a save for Century.

Parkside 5, Eastern Tech 2

Class 1A

Ben Franklin 6, International 5

Fallston 4, Pocomoke 1

Girls soccer

State quarterfinals

Class 3A

C.M. Wright 1, Huntingtown 0

Class 2A

Eastern Tech 3, Liberty 2

Hereford 3, N. Harford 2

Field hockey

State quarterfinals

Class 4A

Dulaney 3, Blair 2

Severna Park 1, Broadneck 0

Class 3A

Arundel 6, Magruder 0

Marriotts Ridge 10, Chopticon 1

Penn State-bound Natalie Freeman had a hat trick to lead the host Mustangs (11-4) over the Braves.

River Hill 5, Bel Air 0

Maddie Vasilios had a hat trick and Claire Slade scored twice to lead the top-seeded Hawks over the visiting Bobcats.

Westminster 2, Tuscarora 0

Anna Tippett made three saves and Miranda Moshang and Caroline Beakes each scored to lead the visiting Owls (9-6) over the Titans.

Class 2A

Glenelg 5, Queen Anne’s 0

Theresa Stiller had two goals and AJ Eyre had a goal and two assists to lead the Gladiators (14-1) past the Lions.

Manchester Valley 1, North Harford 0

Olivia Mitchell scored the game-winner to lift the host Mavericks (11-4) over the Hawks (8-8).

Class 1A

F.S. Key 8, Carver A&T 0

Liberty 2, Fallston 1 (2OT)

Girls volleyball

Regional quarterfinals

Class 3A East

Marriotts Ridge 3, Mt. Hebron 0

The Mustangs (10-5) beat the Vikings (6-9), 25-18, 30-28, 25-14. Leah Liu had 10 kills and Evan Hull had 24 assists for Marriotts Ridge.

Long Reach 3, Wilde Lake 0

The host Lightning (4-12) beat the Wildecats (0-14), 25-17, 25-17, 25-20. Kailey Young had 16 kills and Hayley Norton had 36 assists for Long Reach.

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