Liberty gangs up on Frederick, 29-1

Thirteen score for Lions in first-round victory

Lacrosse playoffs

High Schools


Liberty got goals from thirteen different players and enjoyed a 29-1 rout of host Frederick (5-8) in the first round of the Class 4A-3A West Region playoffs last night.

Senior midfielder Jessica Roguski led all scorers with five goals and three assists, and sophomore midfielder Meagan Voight registered a hat trick and two assists as the Lions improved to 12-2.

South Carroll 16, Westminster 10: Junior attack Leah Onda tallied a game-high six goals and three assists to lead the Cavaliers to their third straight win, against the visiting Owls in Winfield.

Junior attack Kim Lowry recorded two goals and two assists as South Carroll improved to 7-6 and will travel to Hampstead to meet North Carroll tomorrow.

North Carroll 12, River Hill 9: Junior midfielder Lacey Hentz scored a game-high seven goals to power the visiting Panthers to victory in Columbia last night.

Not to be outdone senior midfielder Jessie Goertler also scored seven times for the Hawks (7-5), but she had little help from her teammates.

Class 3A-2A-1A West

Francis Scott Key 14, Northwest 9: Senior attack Jen Sawyer tallied a game-high five goals to help the Eagles upset the visiting Jaguars (8-3) in Union Bridge.

Boys lacrosse

Liberty 17, Frederick 1: The Carroll County co-champions received six goals from junior attack Steve Freedman as the visiting Lions cruised to an easy victory over the Cadets (3-10) in the Class 4A-3A West Region.

Junior attack Mark Donahue chipped in with a hat trick and six assists as Liberty (8-6) entered halftime with a 12-1 lead.

Seven other Lions players scored, and the goalie tandem of sophomore Greg Reeves and junior Greg Stange was forced to make just five combined saves.

River Hill 17, North Carroll 0: Senior attack Scott Kenworthy scored a hat trick and contributed five assists as the Hawks shut out the visiting Panthers in Columbia.

Class 3A-2A-1A West

Francis Scott Key 18, Northwest 2: Senior attack Nathan Krida scored five goals to lead the Eagles to a thumping of the visiting Jaguars (5-5) in Union Bridge.

Francis Scott Key (8-7) enjoyed an 11-0 lead over the Montgomery County school at halftime. Krida, who also added three assists, was joined by four teammates who scored at least twice.

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