Anne Arundel varsity rally (October 7): Severna Park field hockey continues to roll with 4-0 win over South River


Severna Park went undefeated during the season on Thursday, taking a shutout victory over South River, 4-0.

This is the Falcons (5-0, 6-0) second victory over the Seahawks (4-3, 6-3) this fall.

Severna Park’s goals were scored by Delaney Abere, Meredith Schepens, Maddie Evans and Zoe Day, while goaltender Charlotte Kramer made three saves to keep South River off the scoreboard.

The duo of Lily Kerr (6 saves) and Reagan Beal (4 saves) combined as the South River goaltender.

Crofton 10, Glen Burnie 0

The Cardinals (6-1, 6-1) won the shutout against the Gophers (1-3, 3-6). Crofton’s scorers were Bella Mish (2 goals), Rian Dennis (2 goals, assist), Ava Poole (goal, 4 assists), Lindsey Roberts (goal, assist), Olivia Feeley, Sophia Galarza, Grace Morris and Emily McClung. Abby Jefferies (2 assists), Corynn Green and Emma Humphrey each had assists.

Glen Burnie second-year goaltender Abbey Hanson finished with 14 saves.

Charlotte Alexander (2 goals, assist), Erin Bock (2 goals), Sydney Reeves (2 goals), Alyssa Krueger (goal, 3 assists) and Tinna Mavica (goal, assist) all had big offensive games to lead the Cougars (3 -5, 3-5) to shutout victory over the Mustangs (0-5, 0-6).

The Bulldogs (5-3, 5-3-1) shut out the Eagles (3-2, 3-2) behind goals from Izzy Wooster (2), Ava Wooster, Kylie Durkin and Lilly Green. Northeast goaltender Hannah Fox made 13 saves, while defensemen Ida Cann and Cassandra Mauck each recorded one defensive save.

Garrison Forest 3, Spalding 1

The Cavaliers (4-1, 8-1) lost for the first time this fall, scoring their only goal from Ally Keith on an assist from Bridget Donovan. Garrison Forest was led by two goals and an assist from Dani Mendez. Spalding goaltender Ruby de Frees made nine saves.

The Patriots (6-2, 6-3) edged the Panthers (2-5, 2-5) for their third consecutive victory.

The Wildcats (4-3, 4-4) won their fourth straight game and avenged a loss earlier this fall to the Bruins (3-3, 6-4).

Severna Park 1, South River 0

The Falcons (5-1, 7-1) got a goal from Eleni Puzas on an assist from Abby Cover in the shutout victory over the Seahawks (3-3-1, 4-5-1). Mal Scheimreif made three saves to keep the clean sheet. South River goaltender Erin McGaha made 15 saves.

Northeast 3, North County 1

Caitlyn Cornwell scored two goals and Jazmene Cantagallo added the other to go with an assist, as the Eagles (6-1-1, 7-1-1) defeated the Knights (1-6, 1-6 -1). Kaya Pullins added an assist, while Northeast goaltender McKenzie Lanham made 14 saves. The North County goal was scored by Sydney Bollinger, while goaltender Camryn Wyatt made 11 saves.

Chesapeake (5-2, 5-4) led at halftime 3-0 and scored five goals in the second half to get away from the Mustangs (0-7, 0-7). The Cougars were led by two goals from Ella Shannon, Lily Barnum and Olivia Elsis finishing with two assists each. Eden Abey, Kylie Capes and Alyssa Fraiser each contributed with a goal and an assist. Chesapeake goaltender Ryleigh Smoot made four saves.

The Bruins (6-0-1, 8-0-1) remain undefeated this season with a one-goal win over the Wildcats (3-3, 3-7).

Glen Burnie 8, Chesapeake SP 0

The Gophers (1-5, 2-8) took the shutout victory over CSP (0-5, 0-6).

The Panthers (5-3, 5-3) won their second straight game, edging the Patriots (2-5, 3-6) by one goal.

Caleb Adams scored in the fourth minute on an assist from Riley Fitzpatrick for the Cougars’ only goal of the win (4-3, 4-3) over the Mustangs (1-5, 1-5). Maxx Gray made seven saves for Chesapeake to secure the shutout.

Annapolis 2, Vieux Moulin 1 OT

Ryan Cooper led the way for the Panthers (6-1-1, 6-1-1), scoring both goals, including the overtime winner for a second straight game. That’s four goals in Cooper’s last three games. Josue Reyes got the assist on the match winner and Mike Guzman made four saves, including one in overtime.

Old Mill (4-3, 6-4) had trailed for most of the second half, but were able to score on a Quantz Ramsey goal just before time ran out to send the game into overtime.

Riley Erbe scored two goals, while Jaden Smith had two assists, to lead the Bruins (7-0, 9-1) to shutout victory over the Wildcats (4-2, 5-4-1 ). Mikey Johnson also scored for Broadneck, who got three saves from goalie Matt Tettemer. Arundel goalkeeper Alejandro Monroy made six saves.

Severna Park 3, South River 2 OT

The Falcons (5-1, 7-1) scored in the last two minutes of regulation to force overtime, then again in overtime to take the victory over the Seahawks (4-1-2, 5-3-2) . Cole Mastel scored South River’s first goal on an assist from Christian Gionis, then Gionis converted a penalty in the second half. Jay Jenkins finished with 11 saves for the Seahawks.

Glen Burnie 4, Chesapeake SP 0

The Gophers (2-4, 3-6) took the shutout victory over CSP (0-4, 0-6) with one goal in the first half and three more in the second. Prince Osei scored two goals, while Gage Carter and Trevor Kramer scored one each. Diego Urbina and King Remi got one assist each, while Kramer made two saves.

Northeast 1, North County 0

The Eagles (2-5, 2-5) took the shutout victory over the Knights (2-4-1, 3-4-1).

Dylan Barnes (3 goals, assist), Uchenna Ahaghotu (2 goals, 3 assists), Vincent Palmeri (goal) and Drew Barnes (assist) all put in strong offensive performances assisting Key (2-0, 4- 0) at the MIAA C Victory of the Conference.

Def. South River – 3-0 [25-12, 25-21, 25-19]

The Bruins (8-1) swept the Seahawks (2-6) behind great efforts from Natalie Luscomb (5 serves, 15 kills, 1 block, 11 digs), Bella Rubino (6 serves, 11 kills scoring, 8 digs), Valleigh Brechtel (21 serve points, 3 aces, 4 digs), Madeline Stewart (7 serve points, 3 aces, 8 kills, 9 assists) and Hannah Waters (11 serve points, 1 ace, 23 assists, 4 recoveries).

South River’s top players were Mia Keen (12-14 serving with 4 aces and 14 assists), Beth Mark (6 kills) and Lindsey Hutchins (7-8 serving with 2 aces and 5 kills).

Severna Park def. Old Mill – 3-0 [25-11, 25-20, 25-20]

The Falcons (5-3) swept the Patriots (6-4) behind the big efforts of Maggie Sale (13 kills, 4 aces), Perry Stevenson (10 kills), Emily Ranaghan (6 aces) and Taylor Stone ( 37 assists).

Chesapeake def. Chesapeake SP – 3-0

The Cougars (3-4) have won the CSP (2-6). Chesapeake SP was led by junior Veronica Howard (4 kills and 5 digs), junior Amari Roberts (4 assists), senior Destinee Phifer (3 kills, 3 aces, 3 assists) and junior Maddie Parks ( 6 assists, 1 knockout, 1 ace). ).

Def. northeast North County – 3-0 [25-11, 25-21, 22-25, 25-21]

The Eagles (1-7) claimed their first win of the season with the Knights sweep (0-6). Yazmyn Calhoun led the way with 13 kills, 5 aces and 11 digs. Margret Lawerance (13 assists, 3 kills), Ava Knox (5 kills, 5 aces and 3 digs), Julia Fox (6 kills, 4 kills and 2 aces). Libero, Caden McCrory spent dimes on serve, while Shawna Ender had 6 aces and only two serve errors after 20 attempts.

Saint Timothy def. Key – 3-1 [25-16, 22-25, 25-19, 25-14]

Key’s leaders (1-3, 2-4) in the loss were senior Abby Pearse (5 assists, 6 assists, 7 digs), junior Jackie Mednick (5 aces, 4 assists, 7 digs) and senior Kayla Stephenson (2 aces, 2 kills, 14 digs).

Arundel beats Meade – 3-0

The Wildcats (7-1) swept the Mustangs (0-5).


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