Seahawks edge Trojans for first win of season
NORTH EAST — Cecil College defeated visiting Allegany College of Maryland 5-2 in Maryland JUCO men’s soccer action on Tuesday, snapping a three-game losing streak to begin the season.
After entering the break tied 1-1, the Seahawks (1-3 overall, 1-0 conference) scored four times in the second half, including a hat trick from midfielder John Savage.
Patrick Kelly put Cecil on the board with a goal in the first half, while Elkton graduate Seth Graham also scored in the second half.
Justin Gutierrez made two saves in net for Cecil.
Brandon Robbins and Austin Unger both scored for the Trojans.
UCBAC Girls’ Soccer North Harford 2, North East 1
Mia Cudmore scored the lone goal for the Indians (01), who received 14 saves in net from Delaney McDilda.
The Hawks improve to 1-0 overall.
UCBAC Volleyball Bohemia Manor 3, Elkton 0
The Eagles improve to 1-0 overall.
The Golden Elks fall to 0-1 overall. Private school Boys’ Soccer Tri-State Christian 2, Tome 0
Seniors Ryan Rash (assist) and Luke Silva both scored for the Crusaders (1-1), who received six saves in net from Ethan Henry, including blocking a late-game penalty kick.
UCBAC Field Hockey Rising Sun 5, Perryville 1
Amanda Haraldsson recorded a hat trick and Biz Hurm and Brianna Frazier also found the back of the net for the Tigers (1-0).
Ellen Little scored the lone goal for the Panthers (0-1). UCBAC Girls’ Soccer Elkton 5, Perryville 0
Kristina Keithley scored twice and Kelsey Caldarelli, Sonali Shah and Siara Hopkins all scored once for the Golden Elks (1-0), who received two assists from Allison Rogers and one helper from Margarita Contrares.
Lexi Eeoli earned the shutout for a defense that played well for Elkton.
“It’s such a good way to start off the season. It was a total team effort,” firstyear Elkton coach Shawn Caldarelli said. “All the girls contributed, all played well today.”
The Panthers fall to 0-1 to open the year.
Cecil College’s Seth Graham (Elkton) dribbles past the goalie on his way to a second-half goal while Allegany keeper Nathan Burkhart attempts a save. The host Seahawks defeated Allegany College of Maryland 5-2 in Maryland JUCO men’s soccer action Tuesday.