Falcons boys tie Cougars in soccer, 1-1, on late PK
No. 6 Grizzlies upset No. 2 Eagles in field hockey, 4-2
Greg Adams headed home a cross from Jake Hynson for Chesapeake-AA with 1:58 left to play, but Severna Park’s Drew Belloff converted a penalty kick in the waning moments as the Cougars (7-2-3) and Falcons (10-1-1) settled for a 1-1 overtime tie in boys soccer Thursday at Kinder Park.
Chesapeake goalie Devon Bachmaier (eight saves) made a stop on a breakaway midway into the first overtime and made another save with 2:33 left in the second.
Sam Farrell finished with four saves for Severna Park.
NO. 4 ARCHBISHOP CURLEY 4, NO. 8 C. MILTON WRIGHT 0: Ben Gentry and Nate Wdzieczkowski combined to make two saves and the Friars (12-3-1) shut out the host Mustangs (7-3-1).
NO. 10 EASTERN TECH 2, PATAPSCO 0: Ryan Cummings and Andrew Wdzieczkowski scored to lead the host Mavericks (9-3) past the Patriots (9-4).
SEVERN 3, PARK 0: Tate Taczak scored twice to lead the host Admirals (12-3, 10-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference) past the Bruins (6-7, 5-5).
SEED 16, SOUTHWESTERN 0: Darnell Redd had a 35-yard touchdown run and a 50-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown to lead the hosts (2-3) past Southwestern (1-5).
NO. 6 GARRISON FOREST 4, NO. 2 MCDONOGH2: Amanda Fruman scored twice and the host Grizzlies (11-4, 7-3 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) upset the Eagles (9-4, 6-4).
“In hockey, a 3-0 lead is good, but McDonogh is a good team and they came back in the second half,” Garrison Forest coach Traci Davis said.
NO. 4 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 1, NO. 3 NOTRE DAME PREP 0: Margot Lawn scored and Megan Nemecek had 12 saves as the host Cavaliers (13-3, 7-2 IAAM A Conference) shut out the Blazers (10-3, 7-2).
NO. 15 MOUNT DE SALES 1, SEVERN 0: Mackenzie Bell scored to lift the Sailors (11-4, 4-1 IAAM B Conference) over the host Admirals (4-6-1, 3-2).