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Varsity roundup (Oct. 17): Sparrows Point edges Century in double-overtime girls soccer game

From Sun staff reports

Girls soccer

No. 4 Sparrows Point 1, Century 0, 2OT: Jordyn Vanarsdale made nine saves for the host Knights (7-5-1). The Pointers improved to 10-0.

No. 8 Perry Hall 10, Carver A&T 2: Phoebe Canoles scored a game-high six goals to lead the Gators (12-2) past the host Wildcats (4-5). Perry Hall's only losses were to No. 4 Sparrows Point and No. 15 Bel Air.

Boys soccer

No. 1 Loyola Blakefield 3, St. Paul's 0: Chase Llewellyn, Matias de Jesus and Matthew Lala each scored and the host Dons (13-0, 11-0 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) shut out the Crusaders (3-10-1, 2-10-1). Lala assisted on the first goal and scored the third goal. Loyola travels to Archbishop Spalding at 4p.m. Friday.

No. 13 Archbishop Curley 2, No. 3 McDonogh 1: Anthony Dragisics scored the game-winner with 15 minutes left in the game as the visiting Friars (9-7, 8-6 MIAA A Conference) upset the Eagles (7-2-1, 7-2-1). McDonogh trails No. 1 Loyola Blakefield and No. 8 Gilman in the A Conference standings.

Salesianum (Dela.) 4, No. 4 C. Milton Wright 0: Zach Hetrick made seven saves, but the visiting Mustangs (10-2) fell to the Sallies (9-2). This was the final regular-season game for C.M. Wright.

No. 8 Gilman 1, Archbishop Spalding 0: Michael Brittingham scored the game-winner in the second half on an assist from Avery Merlo to lift the host Greyhounds (12-4-1, 9-3-1 MIAA A Conference) over the Cavaliers (6-9, 3-9). Grant Farley made four saves for Gilman and Daniel Ashbeck had eight saves for Spalding.

No. 11 Towson 8, Franklin 1: Bryce Vanick had two goals and two assists to lead the Generals (10-0-2) past the host Indians (4-5-1). The win advances Towson to Tuesday's Baltimore County Championship game versus No. 5 Eastern Tech.

No. 12 Mount Saint Joseph 2, No. 14 Calvert Hall 0: Zach Whelan and freshman Riley Berge scored and the visiting Gaels (6-7-1, 6-7-1 MIAA A Conference) shut out the Cardinals (8-6, 7-6). Ashton Carey made six saves for Mount Saint Joseph.

Perry Hall 3, Owings Mills 1: Jared Mejia scored twice in the first half to lead the host Gators (4-7) past the Eagles (2-4).

Century 5, Patterson Mill 1: The host Knights (8-2) got a pair of goals from Alex Grasso and two assists from Evan Montgomery. Brian Wallace made seven saves. The Huskies fell to 9-3.

Girls volleyball

St. Paul's 3, No. 3 Mount de Sales 2: Jalen Dickerson had 12 kills and Abbey Snyder had 40 assists as the Gators (13-3, 11-3 IAAM A Conference) upset the Sailors (11-2, 11-2). St. Paul's won, 24-26, 26-24, 26-24, 21-25, 15-9. The Gators are the number two seed in the upcoming league tournament.

No. 14 Maryvale 3, McDonogh 0: Claire Neff had 13 kills and Sophie Savick had 11 assists as the host Lions (14-4, 10-4 IAAM A Conference) beat the Eagles (2-14, 1-13). Maryvale won, 25-10, 25-20, 25-14.

Archbishop Spalding 3, Notre Dame Prep 1: Caitlin Iley went 30-for-31 serving with seven aces as the host Cavaliers (10-8, 8-5 IAAM A Conference) beat the Blazers (5-11, 5-9). Spalding won, 18-25, 25-10, 25-22, 25-15.

Boys golf

Dulaney wins: The Lions claimed the Baltimore County Team Championship. Dulaney's top finishers included: Chan Park (1st place), Luke Murnane (3rd place), Ryan Choi (5th place) and Nick Charlow (6th place).

Cross country

Manchester Vally wins: Rubie Goffena tuned up for next week's cross country county championship by winning a girls race Wednesday at Manchester Valley High School.

The Mavericks freshman crossed the finish line in 20 minutes, 45.7 seconds.

Westminster won the team title with 26 points, with Abby Manning coming in second and Emma Herman taking third.

Man Valley totaled 33 points, with Margaret Frazier finishing fourth.

On the boys side, the Mavs put together a 1-2-3-3-5 finish for 15 points and a win over the Owls (48).

Gabe Szybalski won in 20:37 and Mason Weston was second, followed by teammates Gabe Eichler and Bryce Schilling.

Luis Rivera was Westminster's top runner in sixth place.

—Pat Stoetzer,

Baltimore Sun Media Group


Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.

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