Sliding past Falcons
Arundel girls deal No. 1 Broadneck first soccer loss in 24 games, 1-0 in 2 OTs
South River’s Madeline Lenkart kicks the ball away from Severna Park during Tuesday’s game at Kinder Farm Park. The No. 10 Seahawks upset the No. 9 Falcons in a 2-0 win. Severna Park fell to 1-2-3.
Olivia Kenny scored on an assist from Gracie Haus as No. 8 host Notre Dame Prep upset No. 1 Archbishop Spalding, 1-0, in field hockey Tuesday.
The Blazers (6-1, 3-0 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) have won six straight, and the loss ended a five-game winning streak for the Cavaliers (7-2, 3-1).
Kenny scored with 3:50 left in the game on a corner.
“As time gets lower and if someone got a corner, they would pop one in,” Spalding coach Leslee Brady said. “And sure enough they did.”
Brady noted that the Blazers squad are young, are athletic and have been “flying under the radar.” Notre Dame Prep was not ranked at the start of the season.
The top three teams in field hockey lost Tuesday: No. 1 Archbishop Spalding, No. 2 McDonogh and No. 3 Dulaney, 2-1 to No. 9 C. Milton Wright.
NO. 11 GARRISON FOREST 1, NO. 2 MCDONOGH 0: Natalie Adamez scored with 19 minutes left as the Grizzlies (7-2, 3-1 IAAM A Conference) upset the host Eagles (3-2, 2-2).
SEVERN 6, INDIAN CREEK 0: Josie Formica had a goal and two assists to lead the host Admirals (2-4, 1-3 IAAM B Conference) past the Eagles (1-2, 0-2).
WESTMINSTER 7, WINTERS MILL 2: The host Owls (4-3, 1-0) shut out the Falcons (3-2, 0-1) in the second half and cruised to victory in both teams’ Carroll County opener.
Six players scored for Westminster, which converted three penalty-corner chances. Sophomore forward Haleigh Moore had two goals while Veronica Maring, another sophomore forward, added two assists. — Pat Stoetzer, Baltimore Sun Media Group
BROADNECK 2, ARUNDEL 0: Louie Kerdock and John Vasquez scored as the host Bruins (3-2) shut out the Wildcats (0-5).
Fred Hill made two saves. John Vaaler had no saves for Broadneck.
ARUNDEL 1, NO. 1 BROADNECK 0, 2OT: Alley Keller scored as the Wildcats (3-1-1) upset the host Bruins (3-1-1).
The defending Class 4A state champions’ unbeaten streak ended at 23 games.
NO. 2 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 3, JOHN CARROLL 1: Abby Hanks had a goal and an assist to lead the Cavaliers (6-1-1, 2-0 IAAM A Conference) past the Patriots (0-3, 0-2).
Spalding outshot John Carroll, 24-12 and 15-5 on shots on goal.
NO. 10 SOUTH RIVER 2, NO. 9 SEVERNA PARK 0: Gracie Grimm, South River’s leading returning scorer, had a goal early in the game before suffering a leg injury late in the first half. She then watched as teammate Jackie Natoli added an insurance goal while the rest of the Seahawks (4-1) made it stand up defensively in a win. The Falcons fell to 1-2-3. “We play for that teammate and so we are going to come out as strong as we can, and I have complete faith in any girl coming off the bench and ably filling those shoes,” South River’s Alexis Ward said. — Brian Burden, Baltimore Sun Media Group
NO. 13 ATHOLTON1, HAMMOND0: Holly Edsal scored on an assist from Sofia Harrison as the host Raiders (5-1) beat the Bears (2-3).
SEVERN 5, FRIENDS 2: Eileen Doherty had a goal and an assist as the Admirals (3-4-1, 2-0-1 IAAM B Conference) beat the host Quakers (2-3, 1-3).
GLENELG COUNTRY 3, MOUNT CAR- MEL1: Shay Ahearn made nine saves and the Dragons (3-0, 3-0 IAAM B Conference) beat the host Cougars (1-4, 1-2).
NO. 9 ST. PAUL’S D. NO. 14 MOUNT DE SALES, 2-1: Jala Tucker had 19 kills, 10 digs and five aces and Monet Peoples added 12 kills to lead the visiting Gators past the Sailors in the IAAM A Conference.
St. Paul’s (5-1) won, 19-25, 25-23, 25-17, 25-23, over Mount de Sales (1-4).
The Sailors were led by the hitting of Mary Popp and solid setting from Raili Siebert. — Craig Clary, Baltimore Sun Media Group
Westminster’s Alli Zimmerman, right, works near the goal during the second half of the host Owls’ 7-2 win over Winters Mill.
St. Paul’s Jala Tucker celebrates after the No. 9 Gators scored a point against No. 14 Mount de Sales. Tucker finished with 19 kills, 10 digs and five aces.