Tow­son beats No. 12 Du­laney in field hockey

Baltimore Sun - - VARSITY - By Tom Worgo

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.

Boys soc­cer

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.

Girls soc­cer

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


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