Field Hockey

Field hockey

No. 8 Arundel 2, No. 1 Notre Dame Prep 1: Kathleen Bevan deflected in a shot from Emma Jeffries for Arundel's first score and Emma Jeffries scored on a pass from Lana Hamilton in the final minute of the first half to lead the Wildcats (10-3) in an upset over the host Blazers (14-1), who are the reigning Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference champions.


Marriotts Ridge 4, Centennial 0: Kayla Brusco scored two goals to lead the host Mustangs (7-4) past the Eagles (3-8).


No. 12 Liberty 28, No. 9 Westminster 20: The Lions went up 14-0 in the first quarter, but the Owls (5-2) erased the deficit and brought the score within eight in the fourth quarter. Liberty junior Michael Spitz intercepted a pass with 39.6 seconds remaining to secure the visitors' victory and keep Liberty (7-0) unbeaten.

—Megan Woodward,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 8 Glenelg 49, Long Reach 19: Senior running back Wande Owens led the host Gladiators (7-0) past the Lightning (4-3).

Owens, who entered the game 326 yards short of breaking Howard County's all-time rushing record, carried the ball 32 times for 233 yards and a pair of scores. He also threw for a touchdown, hitting Eric Gruber wide open down the right sideline for a 29-yard catch and run midway through the fourth quarter.

—Kyle Stackpole,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

St. Mary's 28, St. Paul's 7: The visiting Saints (4-3, 3-0 MIAA B Conference) extended their winning streak to four games by beating the Crusaders (4-2, 2-1).

No. 5 BROADNECK 48, SOUTH RIVER 30: Freshman quarterback Josh Ehrlich completed 16 of 21 passes for 303 yards and six touchdowns as the Bruins improved to 7-0 by beating the Seahawks.

No. 15 Edgewood 38, Aberdeen 8: The Banks cousins, Deonte and Antwain, were on display again Friday night, leading the Edgewood Rams (6-1, 4-0) to an 38-8 UCBAC Chesapeake Division victory over host Aberdeen (3-4, 2-2). The pair, both seniors combined for more than 300 yards and five touchdowns on the ground.

Deonte Banks (nine carries, 159 yards) ripped off a pair of second quarter touchdowns. One covered 50 yards and other, 58 yards.

Antwain Banks (10 carries, 172 yards), the Rams quarterback, opened the scoring with a one-yard sneak in the first quarter. He later added a 30-yard scoring run before closing out the night with a tremendous 97-yard keeper around left end.


Boys soccer

No. 5 Eastern Tech 2, Dundalk 0: Ben Kropp and Liam Wilson each scored to lead the visiting Mavericks (10-1-1) past the Owls (5-6-1).

No. 6 Meade 2, Old Mill 1: Erick Anariba and Silas Baker each scored goals to lead the Mustangs (10-1-1) past the host Patriots (6-7).

No. 10 Mount Hebron 2, Centennial 0: Sebastian Tobar and Vince Broccolino each scored to lead the host Vikings (9-2-1) past the Eagles (7-4). Mount Hebron led 1-0 in the first half.

—Brent Kennedy,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 11 Broadneck 5, Glen Burnie 0: Tyler Madairy scored twice and Ethan Romito had two assists to lead the Bruins (10-2) past the host Gophers (4-6-2).

Girls soccer

Maryvale 2, C. Milton Wright 0: Katie Smith scored twice in the first half and the host Lions (7-6-1) shut out the Mustangs (2-5-4).

John Carroll 3, Severn 1: Julianna Smith, Erin Scannell and Kelsie Barnard each scored a goal to lead the visiting Patriots (6-3) past the Admirals (3-7-1).

Glenelg Country 2, Bryn Mawr 0: Ava Swartz had a goal and an assist to lead the Dragons (2-7) past the visiting Mawrtians (5-3).

Chesapeake-AA 5, Annapolis 1: Summer Smith scored two goals to lead the Cougars (8-4) past the host Panthers (2-7).

Girls volleyball

No. 14 St. Paul's 3, Notre Dame Prep 0: The Gators (11-3, 9-3 IAAM A Conference) beat the Blazers (5-10, 5-8), 25-20, 25-12, 25-23. St. Paul's was led by Shelby Lucas with 13 kills, Jalen Dickerson with 10 kills and Abbey Snyder with 28 assists.


4A-3A District I tournament: Led by freshman Jennifer Sorkin, the Owls posted a four-player score of 308 to place second in the team standings — and qualify for the state tournament. Sorkin shook off her struggles from earlier in the week and fired a 4-over par 75 to finish with the low score among girls.

Owls sophomore Aaron Sorkin, Jennifer's brother, finished with a 7-over 77 (boys par was 70), while junior Cory Campbell and senior Nate Burnett each shot 78.

Urbana won the team title with a 303, and joined Westminster as the district's team qualifiers for states.

—Pat Stoetzer,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.

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