Suzy Banister and Maddie Manzoni scored Friday as the Dulaney field hockey team defeated Baltimore County rival Towson, 2-0, and evened its season record.
Banister opened the scoring for the Lions (3-3) when she set up at the post in the first half and put the ball past Towson's goalie. Manzoni's goal came early in the second half, as Dulaney worked hard to keep the pressure on Towson's defense.
"I was inspired to score," Banister said. "I have an interview Saturday with the McDaniel College coach about field hockey there next year and I knew if I didn't score and we didn't win there would be a captain's practice tomorrow and I wouldn't be able to go.
"It felt good to win. Towson is pretty close to us and it's a rivalry. It's competitive. But we know a lot of their girls and at the end, we're just happy to see people we know — at least I am."
The Generals (3-3) were handicapped by the loss of midfielder-defender Maggie Coccagna. The senior recently returned from a surgery and came into the game hampered by a groin pull. She went to the sideline in the second half when she aggravated it.
"I think I hyperextended it," Coccagna said. "Hopefully, I'm going to be good to go by the time we play Hereford" on Oct. 10.
No. 15 River Hill 7, Long Reach 0: Kat Varga had a hat trick to power the visiting Hawks past the Lightning.
No. 3 Archbishop Curley 2, St.Paul's 0: Cameron Wilson scored two goals, as the Friars (4-1) beat the visiting Crusaders in league play.
No. 5 Marriotts Ridge 4, Atholton 0: Connor Delaney scored twice to power the visiting Mustangs (4-0).
No. 12 Perry Hall 3, Bel Air 0: Nicky Jones scored from 25 yards out in the 53rd minute to start the scoring for the visiting Gators (4-1).
Towson 2, No. 15 Dulaney 1 OT: Joshua Pugatch scored the winning goal with five minutes left in overtime as the Generals (3-3) upset the Lions in the Baltimore County League. Kelton Lynch had a goal and an assist in the win.
DeMatha 1, Archbishop Spalding 0: Nathan Ewing made six saves in a loss to the visiting Stags, the top-ranked team in the Washington metropolitan area.
No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 1, No. 7 Notre Dame Prep 1, 2OT: The visiting Blazers (3-0-1) took a first-half lead, but the Cavaliers (3-0-2) tied the game in the second half.
Julia Friedland gave NDP a 1-0 lead at the 19-minute mark. Graceland Bryant evened the score in the 57th minute.
No. 15 Hereford 2, Loch Raven 0: Abby Noble had a goal and an assist for the visiting Bulls (3-1).
No. 14 Archbishop Spalding d. No. 15 St. Paul's, 3-1: Kristen Sebba had 25 kills, 22 digs and 20 aces as the Cavaliers beat the Gators, 3-1. Alyssa Berke added 22 assists and 16 aces.
Spalding won, 21-25, 25-21, 25-9, 25-22.
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