Towson beats No. 12 Dulaney in field hockey
Dulaney’s No. 12 field hockey team is in a slump.
The Lions (5-3) have lost three straight games, the latest Wednesday against host Towson.
Towson senior midfielder Shaeleigh LaCasse scored with 15:50 remaining in the first half, giving the Generals (4-3) a 1-0 victory.
“All the teams that I have seen come through Towson in the past seven years, this one really plays together,” said Generals coach Sam Merrick, whose team lost to Dulaney, 6-1, last year. “They make things happen because they trust each other and they just have cohesion that I have seen no other team have.”
PATTERSON MILL 4, NORTH HARFORD 3: Jasmine Sabol scored twice to lead the Huskies (4-5) past the host Hawks (5-3).
Elise Alders and Sydney Beck had a goal each for Patterson Mill. Dulaney’s Mae Dickens, left, and Grace Jung, right, pressure Towson’s Hannah Connelly. Towson defeated No. 12 Dulaney on Wednesday on a first-half goal by Shaeleigh LaCasse.
NO. 8 CATONSVILLE 3, LOCH RAVEN 0: Jordan Llorin, Favian Campbell and Adam Szarko scored to lead the Comets (7-1-1) past the host Raiders (1-8).
SEVERN5, MOUNTCARMEL1: Brothers Devin and Jack McCarthy had a goal and an assist each to lead the host Admirals (10-3, 7-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference) past the Cougars, who fell to 1-10 and 0-6.
HEREFORD 6, FRANKLIN 0: Danielle Maggio had a goal and an assist and Jaqi Needle got her first shutout as the host Bulls (4-3) beat the Indians (0-4).
CATONSVILLE 3, LOCH RAVEN 0: Catonsville freshman Kolby Weedon scored two goals and senior Kayla Wood had a