No. 1 Calvert Hall, No. 1 McDonogh girls are up­set in soc­cer

Baltimore Sun - - VAR­SITY - — Craig Clary, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group —Glenn Gra­ham, The Bal­ti­more Sun — Tom Worgo, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group

No. 2 Arch­bishop Cur­ley’s soc­cer team weath­ered a slew of shots Wed­nes­day in the open­ing five min­utes by No. 1 Calvert Hall be­fore scor­ing three straight goals and up­set­ting the Car­di­nals, 3-1.

“We played the most com­plete game all sea­son,” Cur­ley coach Barry Stitz said. “We didn’t give up many chances and con­trolled the play.”

Dy­lan Poet­zel scored on a long throw-in for a1-0 Cur­ley lead. Dy­lan Holy made it 2-0 on a scram­ble, and Bren­den Hollingsworth scored the third goal from 18 yards on a give-and-go for a 3-0 first-half lead for the Fri­ars (14-3-2, 9-2-1 Mary­land In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion A Con­fer­ence).

Calvert Hall (12-3-2, 10-3-1) was held score­less un­til the fi­nal two min­utes.

NO. 13 TOW­SON 2, NO. 9 FALL­STON 0: Kushal Giri scored a goal in each half to lead the host Gen­er­als (12-1-2) past the Cougars (11-2).

PER­RYVILLE 6, HAVRE DE GRACE1: Jon Ha­mam­cioglu had a hat trick in the first half to lead the host Pan­thers (6-6) past the War­riors (1-11).

NORTH HAR­FORD 3, RIS­ING SUN 2: Khaled Abuhan­tash scored twice to lead the Hawks (4-7-2) past the host Tigers (4-9).

LANS­DOWNE 8, WESTERN TECH 1: Bryan Rios Bu­ruca scored three goals and Michael Onasanya and Hung Nang had two goals each as the Vik­ings (10-0-1) beat the Wolver­ines (6-5) to win their 10th straight game.

Jose Munoz added a goal and as­sist, and Onasanya and Paul Gay­lon added as­sists.

Jerry Here­dia scored for Western Tech, which had won five straight games. Here­ford’s Madi­son Hack­ett, front, tries to get a pass around Ca­tonsville’s Allison Camp­bell. The No. 12 Bulls, the two-time de­fend­ing Class 2A state cham­pi­ons, won, 7-0.

Girls soc­cer

NO. 4 NOTRE DAME PREP 1, NO. 1 MCDONOGH 0: The host Blaz­ers got a sec­ond-half goal from fresh­man Camille McGar­vey and a fine save from se­nior goal­keeper Ash­ley Ga­bor to se­cure a key win in the In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion of Mary­land A Con­fer­ence.

Kee­gan Barger set up the goal with a cross from the right side 10 min­utes into the sec­ond half. Halle Re­gan got to the ball first, but her shot was turned aside by McDonogh goalie Mar­garet Dono­van with McGar­vey there to pounce on the re­bound.

With 10 sec­onds left, the Ea­gles pushed for the equal­izer as Marissa Vin­cent put a heavy shot on goal that Ga­bor stopped.

With one league game left in the reg­u­lar sea­son, No. 3 Arch­bishop Spald­ing (9-2-2 over­all, 5-1-1 in the IAAM) re­mained in sole pos­ses­sion of first place with 16 points. Notre Dame Prep (6-2-2) moved into sec­ond place with 14 points, and McDonogh (5-2-2, 4-2-1), the three-time de­fend­ing league cham­pion, fell to third with 13 points.

Spald­ing can clinch first place if NDP ties or loses to Mercy on Fri­day or if Spald­ing ties or beats Mercy on Tues­day.

“The work ethic was out­stand­ing — 110 per­cent from ev­ery­body who played,” NDP­coach Val Teix­eira said. “It was Se­nior Day, so they were very mo­ti­vated — they had never de­feated McDonogh — and ev­ery­one else fol­lowed suit. I’m very proud of them. They de­served the win and it gives con­fi­dence to the group.”

SOUTH­ERN 12, GLEN BURNIE 0: De­laney San­comb scored four goals, while Khloe Nutwell added three goals and an as­sist to lead the Bull­dogs (6-8) past the host Go­phers (0-12).

Lizzie West had two goals and two as­sists for South­ern, fol­lowed by Rachel Gib­son and Emily Kissinger with one goal and one as­sist each, and Lind­sey Craw­ford with two as­sists. Car­lea West made eight saves. Cheyann Moreno made 20 saves for the Go­phers.

Field hockey

NO. 9 MAR­RIOTTS RIDGE 2, SOUTH CARROLL 0: Katie Gar­man made a save in her third shutout as the host Mus­tangs (10-3-1) beat the Cava­liers (6-7).

Jenny Chi and Sarah Blalock scored and Caro­line Blalock had two as­sists.

NO. 12 HERE­FORD 7, CA­TONSVILLE 0: The Bulls (9-3), the two-time de­fend­ing Class 2A state cham­pi­ons, scored four goals in the first half and dom­i­nated the vis­it­ing Comets (8-3) in the reg­u­lar-sea­son fi­nale.

Six Bulls scored, and se­nior at­tacker Kai­lyn Brandt had two goals and an as­sist.

Since a 1-0 loss to Du­laney on Oct. 5, Here­ford has outscored op­po­nents 30-1.

The Bulls will face Du­laney on Fri­day in the Bal­ti­more County championship game in Park­ton. Here­ford has beaten Du­laney in the past two ti­tle games.

“Du­laney is al­ways a tough game for us,” Here­ford coach Caitlin Du­vall said. “We have split with them this year. You al­ways want to beat Du­laney.”


Gil­man goal­keeper John Philip­pou rises to make a save as Mount Saint Joseph’s Brett St. Mar­tin (14) goes up for the header. Philip­pou made eight saves against the Gaels.


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