No. 2 Curley beats Spalding, 2-1, in soccer
Corey Burton scored the go-ahead goal with four minutes left in the first half as No. 2 Archbishop Curley beat Archbishop Spalding, 2-1, in soccer Friday.
The Friars improved to 15-3-2 and 10-2-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference; the Cavaliers fell to 4-12-1 and 3-10-1.
Both teams fought for control of the ball in the midfield and scoring chances were limited in the second half.
Curley has three games left in the regular season.
LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD 2, ST. PAUL’S 0: Second-half goals by Tommy Dendrinos and Seth Onolaja led the Dons (6-9, 6-9 MIAA A Conference) past the host Crusaders (1-13, 1-12).
SEVERN 4, FRIENDS 3, OT: Jack McCarthy scored the game-winner to lift the host Admirals (15-4, 12-2 MIAA B Conference) over the Quakers (10-3-3, 10-3-2).
NO. 4 NOTRE DAME PREP 4, MERCY 0: The host Blazers (7-1-2, 5-1-2) beat the Magic (8-7, 1-5) and secured one of the two top seeds in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference tournament.
Notre Dame Prep will face No. 1 McDonogh or No. 3 Archbishop Spalding on Nov. 3. Halle Regan, Camille McGarvey, Ellie Curry and Maggie Corbo scored.
GLENELG COUNTRY 6, INDIAN CREEK 0: Sam Wollman and Sydney Johnson each scored twice to lead the Dragons (5-5, 3-5 IAAM B Conference) past the host Eagles (2-6, 1-6).
ANNAPOLIS AREA CHRISTIAN D. ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI, 3-0: The host Eagles (12-3, 9-0) claimed the top seed in the IAAMBConference tournament by beating the Panthers (11-5, 8-1).
Annapolis Area Christian won, 25-6, 25-18, 25-13.
“We didn’t seem up to the moment,” Pallotti coach Scott Fifield said. “We didn’t serve or receive well.”
Pallotti faces host Maryvale on Monday at 5:30 p.m. to determine who the second seed will be.
Ijeoma Ike-Amaechi of Poly won for a third straight year as her Engineers took the team title during the Baltimore City championship meet at Herring Run Park on Wednesday.
Ablel Gebreselase of Digital Harbor captured the boys title as the Rams won for the fifth time in six years.
For the girls, Ike-Amaechi led the way as Poly took the top three spots. She won in a time of 22 minutes, 32.19 seconds, ahead of teammates Rebecca Brody (23:17.66) and Helen Schott (23:31.55).
The Engineers finished with 23 points, beating out defending champion City (42).
Digital Harbor won the boys division, also with 23 points, beating out Dunbar (48). Gebreselase also scored an easy victory, winning in 17:40.48. Kadiv Wallace of Dunbar (18:12.34) took second place.
The Rams placed all five of their finishers in the top 10. Tyler Dash (third), Jordan Carrington (fifth), Lyndon Burrell (sixth) and Corey Austin (eighth) helped Digital Harbor to another city title.