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Varsity roundup: Broadneck boys beat Old Mill in OT in soccer

Nate Watkins completed his hat trick with the game-winner in overtime to lift the No. 6 host Broadneck boys soccer team over Old Mill, 3-2, Tuesday.

The Bruins improved to 9-2-1, and the Patriots fell to 6-6.

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Watkins scored a goal in each half and one in overtime. Old Mill led 2-1 at the break.

Girls soccer

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No. 3 Arundel 0, Severna Park 0, 2OT: As the Severna Park girls soccer team began celebrating the game-winning goal, Arundel's Hailey Arpin was sprinting as fast as she could.

Jenna Farrell's shot got by a sliding Sabrina Doherty and started rolling toward the open net with less than two minutes left in the second overtime. Arpin, one of the fastest players on Arundel's team, got to the ball just in time and cleared it to preserve a scoreless tie.

"She was running down the field and I knew I couldn't get to her in time," Arpin said. "I saw Sabrina coming out, and she was not going to get it, so I just kept going and the ball was on the ground so I just kicked it out. I just barely got there."

Arpin's save kept the Wildcats unbeaten in the county with one regular season game remaining. They'll play in the county championship game next week before opening play in the Class 4A East Region playoffs.

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—Bob Hough

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Field hockey

No. 1 McDonogh 5, Notre Dame Prep 1: Annie Cohen and Elizabeth George scored two goals each to power the host Eagles (9-0-2) past the Blazers (0-7-2).

No. 3 Garrison Forest 2, Roland Park 1: Natalie Adamez scored two goals, including the game-winner unassisted with 15:43 left in the game, as the Grizzlies (13-0-1) beat the host Reds (3-6-3).

No. 14 Mount Hebron 1, Centennial 0: Michelle Hodge scored the game-winner as the Vikings (10-4) beat the host Eagles (5-9).

Girls volleyball

No. 4 Glenelg d. Marriotts Ridge, 3-0: Sisters Sarah and Rachael Girard and Kara Crawford led the way as the host Gladiators (9-1) beat the Mustangs (8-7), 25-18, 25-22, 25-13.

No. 11 Liberty d. Westminster, 3-1: Led by a strong opening-set win, Liberty's volleyball team captured its first Carroll County championship in eight years over visiting Westminster.

The Lions won, 25-8, 24-26, 26-24, 26-24, behind 12 kills and 11 digs from Nicole Venturelli and 40 assists from Caroline Dangel. Liberty improved to 8-2, 6-0 county.

The Lions also won their first county crown since 2006 in the process.

Emily Symonds had 14 digs for the Owls, who fell to 5-6, 3-3.

—Pat Stoetzer

Baltimore Sun Media Group

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