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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2013
Coach of the year Leslee Brady Archbishop Spalding Not thought of by many as a top contender entering this season, Brady's Cavaliers came together to accomplish a program first - winning the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference title. Despite fielding just five seniors and starting a freshman in goal, Spalding finished 15-1 in the ultra-competitive conference and 21-1 overall, including 13 shutouts. The team capped its season with a 2-1 overtime win against McDonogh in the championship game at Goucher College.
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Sports Digest | December 12, 2013
Soccer Navy men receive 5 regional honors from NSCAA Navy men's soccer coach Dave Brandt was selected as the Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, and four Midshipmen were named to the All-Mid-Atlantic Region team. Sophomore forward Jamie Dubyoski (Loyola) and junior defender Joseph Greenspan were chosen to the All-Region first team, while senior midfielder Martin Sanchez and sophomore defender Derek Vogel were named to the second team.
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December 4, 2013
Player, School, Position, Grade Meghan Scarry, Bel Air, Forward, Sr. Julie Sibbesen, Patterson Mill, Forward, Jr. Anna Farley, Bel Air, Midfield, Fr. Jessica Vazquez, Bel Air, Forward, Sr. Sarah Jackson, North Harford, Midfield, So. Bethany Boniface, John Carroll, Midfield, Sr. Lily Loomis, Harford Christian, Forward, Fr. Kayla Solomon, Fallston, Goalie, Sr. Hayley Schindler, Patterson Mill, Defense, Sr. ...
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Sports Digest | December 3, 2013
College field hockey Five Terps named to All-America teams Maryland junior midfielder Maxine Fluharty , senior goalkeeper Natalie Hunter , senior defender Ali McEvoy , sophomore defender Sarah Sprink and senior forward Jill Witmer were named to National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-America teams on Monday. McEvoy and Witmer, the Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive and Offensive Players of the Year, respectively, made the first team, while Hunter was chosen to the second team.
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December 3, 2013
The Howard County Scholastic Hockey Association continued its winter season last week. Glenelg faced off against Mt. Hebron in an exciting fast-paced game, with the Gladiators earning a 5-3 victory. The goal horn remained silent for the first 10 minutes of the first period as the two teams battled it out. With about three minutes left before the first intermission, Glenelg's Johnny Lyons put an unassisted score on the board. Less than two minutes later, Mt. Hebron's Joseph Petti answered back on a power play goal that was assisted by Morgan Martin.
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Sports Digest | November 23, 2013
Colleges No. 1 Terps lose, 3-2, to No. 5 Duke in NCAA field hockey semifinal The top-ranked Maryland field hockey team fell behind early and couldn't convert shots in the second half as it fell to No. 5 Duke, 3-2, in the NCAA semifinals Friday at Old Dominion in Norfolk, Va. The Terps (22-2) trailed 3-2 at the break and despite outshooting the Blue Devils 11-2 in the second half, they couldn't convert. Lauren Blazing made eight saves for Duke (17-6) in the second half.
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November 19, 2013
The Howard County club Ice Hockey season kicked off over the weekend. In its first game of the season, WHO (Wilde Lake, Hammond, Oakland Mills) tied with Reservoir , 6-6. Brendan Hankins, Trent Teodori, Luke Roarty and Chris Moon scored for Reservoir. Trent Teodori tallied his first hat trick of the season. Not to be out done, WHO's Michael Amick added a three-goal outing of his own. Other WHO goals were scored by freshmen Noah Wadsworth (2) and Kevin Comeaux, with Kyle Konarska providing an assist.
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Sports Digest | November 18, 2013
Colleges Terps move to 6th straight NCAA field hockey semis The No. 1 Maryland field hockey team advanced to its sixth straight NCAA semifinals with a 3-2 win over visiting No. 8 Princeton on Sunday. Offensive Player of the Year Jill Witmer scored twice, once to tie and once for the lead, to send Maryland (22-1) to its 17th overall NCAA semifinals and 16th under coach Missy Meharg . The Tigers (14-5) led twice in the first half until Witmer and the Terps took control just before the half.
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Sports Digest | November 11, 2013
Women's college soccer Mids lose to BU, 1-0, in Patriot League final The Navy women's soccer team lost to visiting Boston University, 1-0, in the Patriot League championship Sunday. The Terriers' Erica Kosienski scored in the 42nd minute to give Boston the edge. The Mids finish the season at 16-5-0. The Terriers (14-3-4) had a slight advantage in shots (10-9) and corner kicks (8-6). Navy junior defender Jade Seabrook , junior forward Morgan Dankanich and sophomore midfielder Kaylie Davidson were selected to the league's All-Tournament team.
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