Tigers can’t over­come two early goals in field hockey loss


Ris­ing Sun al­lowed two goals in the first ten min­utes of its Ch­e­sa­peake Di­vi­sion field hockey game against vis­it­ing C. Mil­ton Wright Fri­day.

While the Mus­tangs con­trolled pos­ses­sion for the re­main­der of the game and cre­ated sev­eral scor­ing chances, the Tigers de­fense stiff­ened and did not al­low a goal the rest of the way in a 2-0 loss.

“We had a lot prac­tice with that through­out the sea­son. I think they made up their minds af­ter they got scored on with those two goals that they didn’t want that to hap­pen again,” Ris­ing Sun coach Katie Keyes said.


“They wanted to fight and show C. Mil­ton Wright that Ris­ing Sun is a con­tender.”

The Mus­tangs (7-2 over­all, 3-1 di­vi­sion) took the lead in the fourth minute when An­nie Keel de­posited a Ge­or­gia Beach­ley pass into the back of the cage to make it 1-0. A cou­ple min­utes later, C.M. Wright dou­bled its lead when Tay­lor Marchetti scored off an as­sist by Sa­man­tha Al­jets.

“There are def­i­nitely some me­chan­i­cal things that we have talked to spe­cific play­ers about, but hon­estly, in com­par­i­son to the [loss] we had yes­ter­day, our team played a lot bet­ter,” Keyes said. “They put in a lot of ef­fort, and they wanted to win and cared a lot.” The Tigers fall to 2-5 over­all and 0-3 in the up­per di­vi­sion.

Elk­ton 4, Bo­hemia Manor 1

Vanessa Dunn scored twice and Mad­die Rzu­cidlo (as­sist) and Ri­ley Ester­ling both scored once for the Golden Elks (9-0 over­all, 5-0 Susque­hanna), who re­ceived one as­sist from Ju­lia Mat­sen and five saves from Fal­lon Katz.

Lu Bradley notched an unas­sisted goal for the Ea­gles (3-6-1, 3-2-1).

UCBAC Girls’ Soc­cer North East 3, Sts. Peter and Paul 0

Jada Ful­ton, Jade Tabbs and Caro­line Roberts all scored, while Re­gan Day dished out an as­sist for the Indians (5-4), who re­ceived four saves apiece from Grace Buegel and De­laney McDilda.

UCBAC Boys’ Soc­cer Edge­wood 4, Per­ryville 1

Kevin Makach scored the Pan­thers (3-5 over­all, 2-2 Susque­hanna) lone goal and Trevor Prevost made six saves in goal.

The Rams im­prove to 4-3 over­all and 3-0 in the lower di­vi­sion.

UCBAC Foot­ball No. 1 Bel Air 22, C.M. Wright 0

Michael Yet­ter con­nected with Jonathan Scott for a pass­ing touch­down and Zach Pow­ell rushed for a score for the Bob­cats (6-0 over­all, 3-0 Ch­e­sa­peake), who cel­e­brated a vic­tory dur­ing Satur­day’s cel­e­bra­tion of the schools’ bi­cen­ten­nial.

The Mus­tangs (3-3, 1-2) were locked in a score­less tie at half­time.

Fall­ston 21, No. 2 Aberdeen 14

Quar­ter­back Brady McMaines (two pass­ing touch­downs, one rush­ing touch­down) found re­ceiver Justin Wil­liams for a 75yard, game-win­ning score for the Cougars (3-3 over­all, 1-2 Ch­e­sa­peake).

The Ea­gles fall to 3-3 over­all and 2-1 in the up­per di­vi­sion. No. 5 Havre de Grace 42, No. 4 North Har­ford 20

Quar­ter­back Mike Flosser threw for three touch­downs and rushed for an­other for the War­riors ( 5- 1 over­all, 2- 1 Ch­e­sa­peake).

The Hawks (4-2, trailed 28-6 at half­time. 1-1)

West­min­ster 26, Edge­wood 0

The Rams fall to 3-3 over­all.

Jop­pa­towne 12, Pat­ter­son Mill 7

The Mariners im­prove to 2-4 over­all and 2-1 in the Susque­hanna Di­vi­sion.

The Huskies fall to 1-5 over­all and 1-2 in the lower di­vi­sion.

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