Fall girls sports: Broadneck, Spalding win in field hockey

September 16, 2012|From Sun staff reports

The two best field hockey teams never met at the Archbishop Spalding Invitational on Saturday.

No. 5 Broadneck (5-1) and host No. 11 Cavaliers (5-2) both went 2-0 on shutouts.

The Bruins beat Seton Keough, 1-0, and Chesapeake-AA, 2-0. And Spalding beat the same two opponents, Chesapeake-AA, 5-0, and Seton Keough, 1-0.

Spalding's Anna Kennedy scored twice against the Cougars and Katie Kreis had the game-winner against the Gators.


Meade 1, Long Reach 0, OT: Freshman Colette Pierce scored the game-winner to lift the host Mustangs (3-0) over the Lightning.

Meade earned its second shutout of the season.

Chanel Viator beat two defenders and made a 30-yard pass to Pierce for the golden goal.

Friday's soccer

No. 5 John Carroll 2, Severn 0: The host Patriots (4-2-0, 1-1-0) rebounded from their loss to No. 2 Archbishop Spalding.

Nicole Wojcik had a goal and an assist for John Carroll for a 2-0 halftime lead.

 The Patriots controlled the tempo in the second half to complete the shutout.

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