High school sports roundup (Sept. 13)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action on Wednesday, Sept. 13.

Gerstell 3, Mount de Sales 2: The Falcons (2-1, 1-0) won their IAAM B Conference opener. Zoe Mortimer scored the game-winning goal off an assist from Marisa Wargo. Reagan Ramsey had two goals for Gerstell, including one off a penalty kick. Cambrie Franks made three saves in the win.

Severn 2, Bryn Mawr 1: All the scoring came in the second half. Eli Valencia and Layla Epps scored for the Admirals with Peach Wellschlager getting an assist. Valerie Waugh made 12 saves to secure Severn’s win.

Perryville 2, Harford Tech 1: Sarah Murrell scored both Panthers’ goals in the win as they moved to 3-0. Mackenzie Mynch and Brooklynn Myers had assists. Hailey Myers, Ella Schwacke, Justina Radcliffe and Maddie Caine played strong defense in front of goalie Sarah Cantrell, who made five saves.

Poly 2, Annapolis 0: The Engineers picked up the win. Amelia Overton scored on a penalty kick and Natalie Collinge followed in the second half with a goal. Alexis Fisher had five saves in goal for the Engineers.

Poly 4, Dunbar 0: Christian Raysor led the Engineers with three goals while Reuben Schreler contributed one goal in the home victory.

C. Milton Wright 1, Elkton 0: Matt Luk scored the game’s only goal, unassisted, to give the Mustangs the win.

City College 3, Edgewood 0: After a scoreless first half, the Black Knights mustered three goals in the first 15 minutes after the break, proving plenty for the win.

Glen Burnie 3, Chesapeake 1: The Gophers went four sets to beat the Cougars. Emauri Ransome had nine aces in the win. Melissa Cunningham tossed up 19 assists and served three aces.

Crofton 3, North County 0: The Cardinals cruised to the win, 25-9, 25-8, 25-19. Jaelyn Stwart led the Cardinals with 16 kills. Taylor Gifford backed her with 10 kills and four aces. Sam Dutton set up the offense with 28 assists to go with six aces. Grace Logan chipped in six kills and two blocks.

Mt Hebron 3, Northeast-AA 0: The Vikings earned a dominant 25-7, 25-6, 25-5 win. Olivia Brogden keyed the offense with 12 aces, also adding three digs. Emerson Rose had 15 assists, while Mackenzie Wilhelm also had eight assists to facilitate the offense. Seven Mt. Hebron attackers registered at least one kill led by Ava Bradley’s eight kills and six aces, while Jillian Shoultz had seven kills.

Old Mill 3, Southern 0: The Patriots rolled past the Bulldogs, 25-12, 25-4, 25-14. Kaelyn Page had two kills and two blocks, and Lexi Forbes had two kills and a block for Southern.

North Harford 3, Patterson Mill 0: Junior Mike DeJesus Jr. was a force in the back row, propelling the Hawks to a win in straight sets, 25-16, 25-16, 25-23. Aidan Mackowiak led Patterson Mill with four kills and three blocks.

C. Milton Wright 3, Havre de Grace 0: The Mustangs won, 25-19, 25-19, 25-23. The team combined for 17 aces in the win. Kandin Ilagan led with four, while Eric Botteon, Shawn Thomas and Ben Silcox all had three. Donald Ewing led the Warriors with six kills. Josh Baker and Nick Scopelliti each picked up seven digs.

Crofton 4, Glenelg 0: In a clash of two of last season’s state champions, the Class 3A champion Cardinals bested the 2A champion Gladiators. Charlotte Deforest accounted for every goal, scoring two and assisting on two scored by Kylie Corcoran. Emily Najarian and Olivia Feeley also had assists. Ryleigh Osborne made 12 saves for Crofton.

Long Reach 3, North County 0: Chiara Pompei had a hand in all three Lightning goals, scoring one and assisting on the other two. Zoe Wright had a goal and an assist and Grace de Wit also scored. In goal, Hollow Jay made seven saves in the win.

Chesapeake 2, Centennial 1: The Cougars broke a tie game with a goal in the third quarter and it held up for the win. Kayla Bowman and Lilly Jagoe scored in the win, while Helen Baldy scored Centennial’s goal. Delaney Miller and Meredith Miller had assists for Chesapeake and Kaitlyn Kilgore made three saves.

North Harford 2, C. Milton Wright 1: Amber Kozlowski scored one goal and assisted on another from Izzy Hendricks as the Hawks beat the Mustangs. Sarah Reifsnyder made five saves in the win. Reese Rizzi scored for the Mustangs off an assist from Sara Durborow.

Bel Air 5, Fallston 1: Paige Feick tallied a hat trick and added an assist in the Bobcats’ win. Kaitlyn Carlsen and Faith Kregel also scored goals and Soph Harrison had an assist. Mackenzie Leeson and Sydney Kennedy split time in goal, each making five saves. Delaney O’Malley scored for Fallston.

South Carroll 153, Liberty 189: Three Cavaliers broke 40 and no one shot higher than a 41 in the win at Challedon. Josh Vendemia was medalist with a 36. Patrick Carl backed him with a 38 and Michael Valerio shot a 39. Chase Loden rounded out the scorers with a 40. Ben Davidson led Liberty with a 44. Gavin Speace added a 47.

Long Reach boys 70, Atholton 49: Jake Filler led the way for the Lightning with 20 points in the win, while Ethan Ahn added 19. For Atholton, Andy Christiansen finished with a match-high 23 points.


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Atholton girls 40, Long Reach 0: Cate Lee finished with 21 points for the Raiders in the win.

Howard boys 90, Centennial 73: Dev Sheth scored a season-high 27 points to spearhead the Lions in the win, while Krish Patel had 25 and Ronan Menon had 22. For Centennial, Mason Roque had 23 points, while Ryan Kane had 22.

Centennial girls 52, Howard 43: Regan Hubbard pushed Centennial to the win with 23 points while Sanika Shah added 18. For Howard, Andie Chung had 20 points.

Wilde Lake boys 38, Oakland Mills 5: Ashler Flippen and Tyler Mooneyhan each had 11 points to lead the Wildecats over the Scorpions.

Wilde Lake girls 19, Oakland Mills 12: Jane Mhonda outdueled Chloe Koh for the Wildecats in the victory.

Guilford Park boys 13, Oakland Mills 5: The Panthers picked up the first win in program history as Emery Kraeuter led the way with seven points and Alex Harkness had four.

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High school sports roundup (Sept. 13)

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