Pan­thers down In­di­ans in field hockey play­offs

Cecil Whig - - SPORTS - WHIG STAFF RE­PORT

Per­ryville de­feated vis­it­ing North East 1-0 in the 1A North Re­gion Sec­tion I field hockey semi­fi­nals on Fri­day.

Krissy McDuff scored late in the first half for the Pan­thers (4-9-1), who ad­vance to face host Bo­hemia Manor on Mon­day.

The In­di­ans end the sea­son at 2-11.

UCBAC Girls’ Soc­cer 2A East Re­gion Sec­tion I Quar­ter­fi­nals Ris­ing Sun 2, North Har­ford 1

Jackie Ay­ers scored an added an as­sist and Natalie Gin­ski also scored, while An­na­lia Webb con­trib­uted a helper for the Tigers (7-5-1), who ad­vance to face host Fall­ston on Tues­day.

The Hawks fin­ish the sea­son at 6-7-2.

Har­ford Tech 2, Elk­ton 0

Cait­lyn Rund had 10 saves for the Golden Elks (4-7-1).

The Co­bras (8-6-1) ad­vance to face North East on Tues­day.

Pri­vate School Boys’ Soc­cer MIL Cham­pi­onship W. Not­ting­ham Academy 5, Tri-State Chris­tian 0

The Rams were tied 0-0 at half­time.

The Cru­saders end the sea­son at 7-10-3.

UCBAC Foot­ball No. 1 Elk­ton 33, Pat­ter­son Mill 14

Raiquon Es­tep had 23 car­ries for 246 yards and two touch­downs, in­clud­ing an 81-yard scam­per, for the Golden Elks (8-1 over­all, 6-0 Susque­hanna), who won the lower di­vi­sion ti­tle for a sec­ond-straight sea­son.

Elk­ton quar­ter­back Jack­son Ar­goe com­pleted six of 14 passes for 87 yards, two touch­downs and one in­ter­cep­tion and added 64 rush­ing yards and a score on five car­ries, while D’onte Leigh had four catches for 21 yards and a touch­down and Mike Matthews added two catches for 31 yards and a score.

The Huskies fall to 2-7 over­all and 2-4 in the lower di­vi­sion.

Per­ryville 31, Jop­pa­towne 8

Zac Zacer­ous rushed 26 times for 234 yards and a touch­down and Caleb Robin­son had seven car­ries for 29 yards and two scores for the Pan­thers (4-5 over­all, 4-2 Susque­hanna), who won to stay in con­tention for the fi­nal 1A East Re­gion play­off spot.

Per­ryville quar­ter­back Dom Gugliotta com­pleted nine of 10 passes for 156 yards and two touch­downs, in­clud­ing a pair of com­ple­tions each to Billy Boyer (70 yards re­ceiv­ing) and Duane An­der­son (50 yards re­ceiv­ing). Zach Strong con­nected on all his ex­tra point at­tempts and drilled a 42-yard field goal prior to half­time.

The Mariners (3-6, 3-3) trailed 17-0 at half­time.

Har­ford Tech 35, Ris­ing Sun 14

The Tigers fall to 2-7 over­all and 2-4 in the Susque­hanna Di­vi­sion.

The Co­bras im­prove to 5-4 over­all and 3-3 in the lower di­vi­sion. Edge­wood 14, No. 2 Bel Air 7

Mar­quez Kim­brough threw a touch­down pass to Cameron York, while Daryl Cooper scored on a 1-yard touch­down rush late in the fourth quar­ter for the Rams (5-4 over­all, 2-3 Ch­e­sa­peake), who won on se­nior night.

The Bob­cats (7-2, 3-2) were tied 7-7 at half­time.

No. 3 Havre de Grace 59, Fall­ston 34

The War­riors (7-1 over­all, 4-1 Ch­e­sa­peake) have clinched the top seed and home field ad­van­tage in the 1A North Re­gion.

The Cougars fall to 3-6 over­all and 1-5 in the up­per di­vi­sion.

North Har­ford 56, No. 4 C.M. Wright 35

Cole Dick­er­son led the of­fense with 185 yards on 20 car­ries, three touch­downs and a pair of 2-point con­ver­sions, JT Kidd added 149 rush­ing yards and a touch­down on 14 car­ries and Rob­bie Green found the end zone twice on two car­ries for 63 yards for the Hawks (6-3 over­all, 3-2 Ch­e­sa­peake), who re­ceived 60 yards rush­ing and a touch­down on two car­ries from Con­nor Diem and a rush­ing score by Jack­son Sti­nar.

The Mus­tangs fall to 4-5 over­all and 2-3 in the up­per di­vi­sion.

No. 5 Aberdeen 46, Spring­brook 6

The Ea­gles im­prove to 5-4 over­all.

Thurs­day

UCBAC Vol­ley­ball Ris­ing Sun 3, North East 0

The Tigers won by set scores of 25-8, 25-6 and 25-0.

Lacey Swartout led the Tigers (18-0 over­all, 12-0 Ch­e­sa­peake) with six kills, three digs and 14 aces, Bre­anne Ha­ley recorded 12 kills and four aces and Sarah Wil­liams had 15 as­sists, six digs and nine aces, while Macken­zie Blevins added seven kills, 12 as­sists and three aces.

The In­di­ans fall to 5-10 over­all and 3-9 in the up­per di­vi­sion.

CE­CIL WHIG FILE PHOTO

Per­ryville and Bo­hemia Manor open the 1A Boys’ Soc­cer play­offs Tues­day.

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