Dun­moodie re­ceives Ravens coach­ing honor

Baltimore Sun - - COMMENTARY -

Cen­ten­nial’s Car­los Dun­moodie was named the Ravens High School Foot­ball Coach of the Week on Thurs­day af­ter lead­ing the Ea­gles to their first vic­tory in three years last week. Af­ter los­ing 20 straight games, the Ea­gles needed less than four min­utes to score on quar­ter­back Matt Schoen­berger’s keeper last Fri­day night and they went on to de­feat Ham­mond, 30-21. Last sea­son, Cen­ten­nial lost to Ham­mond, 40-0. The Ea­gles did not score more than 22 points in a sin­gle game. On Fri­day, they scored on their first three drives. NA­TIONAL WOMEN’S SOC­CER LEAGUE: Crys­tal Dunn and Cheyna Wil­liams scored as the Washington Spirit beat the Seat­tle Reign, 2-1, on Wed­nes­day night in Boyds to clinch home­field ad­van­tage in the play­offs and take a step closer to the Sup­port­ers’ Shield. The Spirit (123-3) is four points ahead of the Port­land Thorns (10-3-5) with two matches left. Re­gard­less of the first-place chase, Washington will host a semi­fi­nal Sept. 30 or Oct. 1 at Mary­land Soc­cerPlex — the first home play­off match in the club’s four sea­sons. COL­LEGE FOOT­BALL: Zach Abey (Arch­bishop Spald­ing) has moved up to No. 2 on Navy’s depth chart at quar­ter­back be­hind Will Worth, a se­nior who took over in the opener Satur­day when se­nior Tago Smith suf­fered a sea­so­nend­ing knee in­jury. Al­though an untested sopho­more with no var­sity ex­pe­ri­ence, Abey said he thinks he is pre­pared to take con­trol of the triple-op­tion of­fense if called upon. “I’m ready to take the next step. I’m def­i­nitely con­fi­dent. I’m com­fort­able with ev­ery­thing,” Abey said. The Mid­ship­men (1-0) will play Con­necti­cut (1-0) on Satur­day. MEN’S COL­LEGE SOC­CER: Daniel Kwon (Sev­erna Park) cut the deficit in half in the 83rd minute, but Navy (1-2-1) fell, 2-1, at Vil­lanova (22-0). ... Brian Sara­m­ago scored in the fourth minute and Bren­nan Gold­smith in the 83rd as host Loy­ola Mary­land (1-3) won, 2-0, against George Washington (1-1-2) on Wed­nes­day night. WOMEN’SCOLLEGESOCCER: Clare Ma­cAdam had two goals, help­ing host Navy (2-4-1) to a 5-3 vic­tory over Mary­land (2-4-1) on Wed­nes­day night for the first time in 11 tries. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: Loy­ola Mary­land named Mary Woo­ley an as­sis­tant coach. She re­turns to the East Coast, where she played at the South Carolina-Aiken and coached at Tem­ple be­fore coach­ing at South­ern Cal­i­for­nia and Hawaii, where she was as­so­ciate head coach the past three sea­sons. ... Tow­son pro­moted Erin Dick­er­son from as­sis­tant coach to as­so­ciate head coach and re­cruit­ing co­or­di­na­tor. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE VOL­LEY­BALL: St. Mary’s se­nior Alli Graf (Broad­neck) was named Cap­i­tal Ath­letic Con­fer­ence Player of the Week. COL­LEGE GOLF: Goucher named Texas grad­u­ate Hunter Brown its first men’s and women’s coach. The pro­grams will be­gin com­pet­ing in 2017-18. —

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