Roundup: CMW girls beat Edgewood in 3A North soccer sectional semi

Avenging its only Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference division loss, No.10 C. Milton Wright knocked off visiting Edgewood, 1-0, on Tuesday in a Class 3A North Section II girls soccer semifinal.

The only goal came just 1:12 into the action when Megan Pavlitsa scored off a pass from fellow senior Alyssa Austen.


The Mustangs had two other chances in the first half, which was dominated by the Mustangs (12-4). Sarah Murphy's shot was too high with 11 minutes to play, and a minute later, freshman Jordan Nichols could not connect off a feed from Pavlitsa.

Edgewood (12-4) came out strong in the second half and, just three minutes in, freshman Melanie Parncutt saw her shot sail over the goal.

The Rams controlled play the first five minutes, but CMW held strong, before putting together three real scoring chances over a four-minute spurt.

Edgewood's best scoring chance came with 14 minutes left. Isabella Barbieri took a pass from Caitlin Rankin and jammed it past Mustangs keeper Stacy Venanzi. The ball, however, bounced straight back off the right post and was cleared away.

Venanzi finished with six saves and Edgewood goalie Nasia Denegal had a solid game with 11 saves.

No. 6 Catonsville 2, Dulaney 1: The host Comets (14-1) trailed 1-0 at the half in Class 4A North.

No. 7 Severna Park 2, Old Mill 0: The host Falcons (13-3) scored a goal per half to beat the Patriots (5-6) in a Class 4A East sectional final.

Abigail Thomas and Lindsay Prugh each scored for Severna Park.

No. 11 Bel Air 1, North Harford 0: Shannon Williams scored the first-half game-winner for the host Bobcats (13-2-1) in Class 3A North.

No. 12 Centennial 7, City 0: The host Eagles (11-2-2), led by Anna Mitchell with a hat trick, shut out the Knights in Class 3A East.

No. 14 Marriotts Ridge 4, Patuxent 1: Taylor Hensh had a goal and two assists to power the host Mustangs (11-2-2) past the Panthers in Class 2A South.

Mount Hebron 6, Poly 0: The visiting Vikings (8-5-1) were led by Kelly Richards with two goals and three assists in Class 3A East.

Institute of Notre Dame 3, Maryvale 1: The host Penguins (11-1) were led by Heather Rucci with two goals in an IAAM B Conference quarterfinal.

Glenelg Country School 3, St. Vincent Pallotti: Deja Hursey had a goal and an assist for the host Dragons (13-1) in an IAAM C Conference quarterfinal.


Boys soccer

No. 3 River Hill 2, Glenelg 1: The Hawks trailed by a goal late in the second half but scored twice in a span of two minutes to knock off the Gladiators in Class 3A East. Chris Lee scored the first goal, and Zach Riso had the second.

—Brent Kennedy,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 4 Marriotts Ridge 7, Hammond 0: Amir Najib had three goals to spearhead the attack for a Mustangs team that notched one of its most lopsided victories of the season in Class 2A South. Jeff Kammerer, Sam Mavronicolas, Simon Klementsen and Keyan Shasti accounted for the other Marriotts Ridge scores. Andre Chen added three assists.

—Brent Kennedy

Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 7 Reservoir 1, Wilde Lake 0: David Harris scored the lone goal for the Gators, lifting them to the shutout win over the Wildecats. Reservoir will play River Hill in the 3A East regional semifinals.

—Brent Kennedy

No. 12 Broadneck 3, South River 0: The host Bruins (11-4-1) got goals from Tyler Gabarra, Brendan Hertel and Patrick Mahan in a Class 4A East regional semifinal.

Perry Hall 1, Catonsville 0: Nicky Jones finished a cross from midfielder Henry Medrano to lift the host Gators over the Comets in a Class 4A North regional semifinal.

Joppatowne 1, Perryville 1, 2OT: Thaliek Willis tied the score for the visiting Mariners in the 38th minute. And after two scoreless overtimes, Joppatowne won, 4-3, on penalty kicks in Class 1A South.

Chesapeake-AA 2, Meade 1: The host Cougars scored twice in three minutes in a come-from-behind victory over the Mustangs in Class 4A East.

Mount Hebron 4, Centennial 0: After a 1-0 win against Centennial during the regular season, Mount Hebron came out in the quarterfinal round of the 3A East regional playoffs and played one of its best games of the year.

—Brent Kennedy,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Girls volleyball

No. 10 St. Paul's d. Bryn Mawr, 3-0: Bella Pivec and MaryLouise Sparrow each had 10 kills and Amanda Blank had 32 assists for the host Gators (12-5).

St. Paul's won, 25-14, 25-20, 25-19.

Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.