Colonel and Mardela set­tle for a draw

New­comb scores first ca­reer goal

The Star Democrat - - SPORTS - By DUSTIN HOLT dholt@ches­

MARDELA SPRINGS — The Colonel Richard­son High girls’ soc­cer team played to a 1-1, dou­ble-over­time tie Thurs­day against Mardela.

Caro­line New­comb scored Colonel’s lone goal on a sweet feed through the box from Macken­zie Covey for a 1-0, first-half lead in the 34th minute. Mardela tied the score 4 min­utes later on a goal by Caeleigh Schirner.

The Colonels (0-1-1) con­trolled the pace for much of the first half. Skyla But­ler, Sarah Gil­lispie and New­comb kept the War­riors from ad­vanc­ing much past mid­field. The trio con­trolled loose balls and fed Clara Div­jak and Covey to be­gin the tran­si­tion game.

Div­jak used her speed on the right wing to stretch the de­fense, open­ing holes for Covey. Three times Covey had shots saved in the first half.

Just be­fore half­time, Covey gained pos­ses­sion on a loose ball in the mid­dle of the box. Rather than shoot through traf­fic, Covey dropped a pass to a wide open New­comb, who con­nected with a cross­ing shot into the back of the net for her first ca­reer high school goal and a 1-0 lead.

“Macken­zie can play with any­body in our league,” Colonel head coach Thomas Hum­mel said. “She looked up, saw Caro­line and made a great pass that led to a goal.

“Caro­line played ver y well to­day,” Hum­mel added. “She is go­ing to be here for four years. For her to have suc­cess here ear­lier will lead to great things out of her for sure.”

Schirner’s goal was just un­der the cross­bar, leav­ing Colonel Richard­son goalie Cas­sidy Stubbs lit­tle chance to make a play.

Stubbs kept the Colonel tied through the game with nine to­tal saves — seven in the se­cond half and over­times. Four times, Stubbs needed to make slid­ing saves.

In the eighth minute of the first over­time, Mardela earned a cor­ner kick. Schirner gath­ered a loose ball on the kick and shot to­ward the left post, but Stubbs slid to stop the shot from go­ing in.

“We are blessed to have Cas­sidy in goal,” Hum­mel said. “She is a good ath­lete, and does a great job in goal. She made key saves for us to pre­serve the tie.”

Mardela (0-2-1) is sched­uled to host James M. Ben­nett at 3 p.m. Tues­day, Colonel is sched­uled to host Kent County at 5:15 p.m. the same day.

Queen Anne’s 8, Wi­comico 0

SAL­IS­BURY — Abby Blan­chard net­ted four goals and dished two as­sists, as the Lions im­proved to 3-0.

Jes­sica Wright (two as­sists), Ryleigh Jor­dan, Kiwi Wed­dell and Shyanne Sey­mour each scored one goal. Taryn Pa­trick and Me­gan Ma­jchrzak dished as­sists. Bre­anna Athey made a pair of saves.

The In­di­ans fell to 0-2.

Park­side 3, Kent Is­land 2

SAL­IS­BURY — KK Karnes and Ash­ley Rotert each scored sin­gle goals for the Buc­ca­neers, who dropped to 0-2.

Jor­dan Grard and Lily Dixon col­lected as­sists for Kent Is­land, while Madi Banks made six saves.

The Rams are now 1-2.

Cam­bridge-SD 9, North Dorch­ester 2

CAM­BRIDGE — Brooke Wind­sor’s four goals and one as­sist paced the Vik­ings, who are now 3-0, 1-0 North Bay­side.

Bay­ley Tracy (as­sist) and Ri­ley Keener (two as­sists) added two goals each, while Alea Robin­son scored one. Abby Robin­son (two) and Mor­gan Tracy (1) added as­sists.

The Ea­gles fell to 0-1, 0-1.

North Caro­line 5, Stephen De­catur 1

BER­LIN — Corinne Webb posted a hat trick, Hailey Ch­ester added two goals, and the Bull­dogs im­proved to 3-0. Alex Law­ton (two), Sarah Ferkler (one), Pearl Sut­ton (one) and Tanya Haro (one) all had as­sists. Vi­o­let Clarke and Alyssa Deck com­bined for seven saves.

The Sea­hawks are now 0-2.

Gun­ston 3, Cristo Rey Je­suit 1

BAL­TI­MORE — Me­gan Prochaska, Natalie Cockey and Ai­dan Ire­land all scored goals in the first half for the Herons, who are now 2-0 over­all and 2-0 in the North Mary­land Soc­cer League

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL Queen Anne’s 3, Park­side 0

CEN­TRE­VILLE — The Lions won via game scores of 25-14, 25-23 and 25-12. Mad­die Tisher led the way with nine kills and 10 digs, while Hailey Stallings col­lected five aces and 18 as­sists. Kent Is­land also re­ceived solid out­ings from Caitlin Pfeif fer (five kills, 10 digs), Tay­lor Walls (six kills, four blocks), Aryelle Miles (12 digs) and Kylie Tu­low­itzky (11 digs).

Colonel Richard­son 3, Po­comoke 1

AMER­I­CAN COR­NER — The Colonels won via game scores of 25-13, 21-25, 25-19 and 25-17.

Hope Kraus had a huge match with nine kills and 17 as­sists, while KaNyha Raikes (seven aces, five kills), Jen­nifer Lar­ri­more (seven kills), Alexis Bates (four kills) and Aubrie Mered­ith (five kills) all chipped in.


Colonel Richard­son’s Caro­line New­comb, right, gets a hug from Macken­zie Covey (13) af­ter New­comb scored her first ca­reer goal Thurs­day against Mardela.


Colonel Richard­son mid­fielder Caro­line New­comb drives to­ward the net Thurs­day against Mardela New­comb scored Colonel’s lone goal.

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