Ashley Spivey totaled three goals in two games as the No. 2 McDonogh girls soccer team won both by scores of 2-0 in their invitational tournament at St. Paul's on Saturday.
Friday's opening games were canceled and the venue changed because of inclement weather.
Taylor Cummings scored 18 minutes into the game and Spivey added an insurance goal at the 30-minute mark as McDonogh beat St. Paul VI of Virginia.
Spivey had both goals, one in each half, against nationally ranked Pennington (N.J.) Prep.
"They [Pennington Prep] were our first big challenge," Eagles head coach Harry Canellakis said. "The game was back-and-forth in the first half, but we really dominated in the second half."
No. 5 Fallston 1, Wilde Lake 0: : Matt Hamilton scored the game-winner with 14:40 left to lift the Cougars (3-1) over the Wildecats (2-2) at the Northwood Tournament. Fallston beat Winters Mill, 5-1, in the opening round.
Tuscarora 1, No. 10 Broadneck 0, 2OT: : Konnor Roberson scored the game-winner with 2:23 left in the second overtime to lift the host Titans (4-0) over the Bruins (1-1-1).
Good Counsel 42, No. 8 Mount St. Joseph 0: : Michael Nittoli rushed for three touchdowns as the visiting Falcons shut out the Gaels (2-1).
No. 1 Garrison Forest (5-0) won both games of its Grizzly Tournament, beating Episcopal (Pa.), 2-1, and Seton Keough, 4-0. Martha Plack led the Grizzlies with two goals on the afternoon.
No. 7 South River (3-0), led by Kaitlin Maloy, won its tournament, shutting out Quince Orchard, 7-0, in the first game and beating No. 5 Bryn Mawr (2-1), 3-0, in the championship game.
No. 2 Loyola got top-10 efforts from Matt Jablonski and Matt Erford to win the boys' portion of the Barnhart Invitational at Dulaney.
Jablonski took second place behind Archbishop Carroll's Petros Welday. Erford took seventh as Loyola won with 98 points, beating out No. 6 Hereford (126).
Thomas Johnson of Frederick County won the girls' team title. The Patriots took four of the top five spots to finish with 20 points and rolled over No. 6 Bel Air (83) and Dulaney (86).
Megan Schott of North Harford was the top area finisher, taking fourth.
- Jeff Seidel