Haag leads Pa­tri­ots to field hockey up­set

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Char­lotte Haag scored the game-win­ner on a fast break with 12 sec­onds left as vis­it­ing John Car­roll up­set No. 3 Gar­ri­son For­est in the sea­son opener for both field hockey teams. Brooke Hane gave the Pa­tri­ots a 1-0 lead in the first half be­fore the Grizzlies’ Claire Jones scored the equal­izer in the sec­ond half. John Car­roll goalie Emma Gro­macki made 15 saves. MORE FIELD HOCKEY: Mar­got Lawn scored twice to lead No. 1 Arch­bishop Spald­ing to a 5-0 win over vis­it­ing Good Coun­sel in the opener for both teams. Spald­ing led 2-0 at the half. BOYS SOC­CER: Brett Sut­ton had a goal and an as­sist to lead No. 2 Arch­bishop Cur­ley (2-0) to a 3-0 vic­tory over host John Car­roll (0-2-1) in the Mary­land In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion A Con­fer­ence. MORE SOC­CER: McDonogh boys and girls soc­cer head a list of five area teams ranked na­tion­ally by Top Drawer Soc­cer. In Top Drawer’s Fall Fab 50 boys poll, McDonogh is ranked No. 5 in the coun­try with fel­low Mary­land In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion A Con­fer­ence foes Arch­bishop Cur­ley ranked 24th, and Calvert Hall in at No. 34. Cur­ley will visit de­fend­ing league cham­pion McDonogh on Fri­day at 6:30 p.m. The Fri­ars opened the sea­son with a 5-0 win over Wash­ing­ton-based St. Al­bans on Satur­day to move up 24 spots in the na­tional poll. In Top Drawer’s Fall Fab 50 girls poll, three-time de­fend­ing In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion of Mary­land A Con­fer­ence cham­pion McDonogh is ranked No. 8 and league ri­val Arch­bishop Spald­ing is No. 40. WEATHER: After miss­ing two of the first three days of school — and prac­tice af­ter­ward — stu­dent-ath­letes in the seven non-air-con­di­tioned Baltimore County high schools have been back in class and on the field since Tues­day, so there will be few changes to the week­end ath­letic sched­ule. Wood­lawn has moved its home foot­ball game against Dou­glass to Satur­day at 1 p.m. Lans­downe has post­poned boys and girls soc­cer games un­til Oct. 14. Also, Du­laney’s Satur­day foot­ball game has moved to Bel Air’s turf at 7 p.m. Oth­er­wise, all sports are ex­pected to go on as planned. NBA: Wash­ing­ton Wizards in­di­vid­ual game tick­ets will be on sale at 10 a.m. to­day at wash­ing­ton­wiz­ards.com, by phone at 800-745-3000 and in per­son at all Tick­et­mas­ter out­lets, in­clud­ing the Ver­i­zon Cen­ter box of­fice. COL­LEGE FOOT­BALL: Bowie State red­shirt se­nior wide re­ceiver Nyme Manns (Pat­ter­son) was named to the in­au­gu­ral Black Col­lege Foot­ball Hall of Fame Player of the Year watch list. MEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: For­ward Devin Smith (Ran­dall­stown) has com­mit­ted to Shep­herd. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: Tow­son named Brian Davis as­sis­tant coach. He spent the past seven sea­sons as an as­sis­tant at Hamp­ton. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE SOC­CER: Anne Arun­del Com­mu­nity Col­lege for­ward Bai­ley Foust (Glen Burnie) was named Na­tional Ju­nior Col­lege Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion Di­vi­sion III Co-Player of the Week. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE CROSS COUN­TRY: Johns Hop­kins tops the Mideast rank­ings and is third in the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Coun­try Coaches As­so­ci­a­tion NCAA Di­vi­sion III pre­sea­son coaches’ poll. The Blue Jays earned 263 points, 17 be­hind reign­ing cham­pion Wil­liams and nine points be­hind 2015 run­ners-up SUNY Ge­ne­seo. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE VOL­LEY­BALL: St. Mary’s named Au­tumn Fisher, a 2015 grad­u­ate of the school, in­terim coach. ... Sal­is­bury was picked in the Cap­i­tal Ath­letic Con­fer­ence pre­sea­son poll to fin­ish sec­ond be­hind Christo­pher New­port. Frost­burg State was picked for fifth and St. Mary’s for sixth in the 10-team league. ... Goucher was picked in the Land­mark Con­fer­ence pre­sea­son poll to fin­ish last in the seven-team league. MEN’S COL­LEGE GOLF: Mary­land ju­niors Joe Brooks and David Kocher and sopho­more Ti­mothy Colanta were named to the All-Big Ten pre­sea­son team. —

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