Fall sports: No. 1 Grizzlies roll in field hockey, 4-0

October 11, 2012|From Sun staff reports

Neither goalie, Kendall Kuntz or Ariyel Yavalar, for Garrison Forest's top-ranked field hockey team made a save Wednesday, because the defense cleared the ball and collapsed on the few scoring chances that visiting St. Mary's had.

And the Grizzlies (14-0) recorded their 11th shutout in a 4-0 win over the Saints.

Brooke Adler had two goals and an assist.

No. 4 Glenelg 6, Atholton 2: Morgan Philie and Stephanie Asher each scored twice to power the visiting Gladiators (9-1) past the Raiders.

No. 6 Hereford 1, Towson 0: Brooke Raines scored with 12 minutes left in the game as the visiting Bulls (11-0) shut out the Generals (6-3).

Boys soccer

No. 10 Catonsville 5, Parkville 0: Dakota Scott scored two goals and added an assist for the host Comets (9-12). The Knights (2-7) held Catonsville to one goal in the first half.

No. 3 C. Milton Wright 4, Rising Sun 0: Katie Burgee had a goal and an assist for the host Mustangs (10-0-1).

No. 8 Catonsville 10, Parkville 0: Jennifer Nonn had a hat trick to power the host Comets (10-1) past the Knights. Catonsville led 6-0 at the half.

No. 9 Fallston 4, Aberdeen 1: Sierrah Taylor had a goal and an assist for the host Cougars (9-1).

Girls volleyball

No. 8 Bel Air d. Patterson Mill, 3-1: Jen Schofield had 37 assists and five aces and Celeste Roland had 18 kills and 11 aces to power the visiting Bobcats (12-0) past the Huskies. Bel Air won, 25-14, 18-25, 25-15, 25-9.

No. 15 Archbishop Spalding d. St. Vincent Pallotti, 3-2: Kristen Seeba had 24 kills and 39 digs and Holly McDonnell had 10 kills to lead the host Cavaliers (9-4). Spalding won, 25-22, 25-14, 21-25, 24-26, 15-11.


C. Milton Wright's Marc Alegi was named Ravens High School Coach of the Week after the Mustangs rallied from a 14-point hole to beat previously undefeated Fallston, 19-14, Friday and improve to 5-1 in his first year as head coach.

"A lot of times when a team quickly goes up 14-0, the players are shell-shocked," Alegi said. "But our kids responded immediately, saying, 'We've got this, Coach.' The perseverance and character of the kids just shined. They never gave up, and they haven't given up at any point this year."

The Mustangs have already won more games this season than in the previous two combined.

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