Carson Grove scored the match’s lone goal for Thomas Johnson, on an assist from Cameron Bonitati, as the Patriots defeated Oakdale 1-0 on Tuesday night.

John Hauff and Nicholas Vasilev combined for the shutout with nine saves for the Patriots (4-7-1). Jack Roby had five saves for Oakdale (10-1-1).

Brunswick 1, Linganore 0

Scott Leazer scored on an assist from Ryan Walsh for visiting Brunswick (4-7-1). Damian Elam had 15 saves in the shutout for the Railroaders.

The junior varsity match ended in a 2-2 tie.

Middletown 1, Tuscarora 0

Bryce Martin scored for visiting Middletown (7-6-1). Dan Robison recorded the shutout with three saves.

Glenelg Country Day 2, SJCP 1

Jacob Osafo-Mensah scored on an assist from Lucas Afable for St. John’s Catholic Prep (5-4).


Middletown 2, Tuscarora 1

Abigail Tatum and Julia Grubb each had a goal for host Middletown (8-2-2). Molly Faron had 10 saves for the Knights.

Jordan Bonnano and Hannah Thompson each had a goal for Tuscarora (3-4-1).

Linganore 2, Brunswick 1

Bailey Bennett and Madyson Hill each had a goal for visiting Linganore (9-4-1). Fiona Rowan and Bennett each had an assist.

Olivia Estep converted a direct free kick for Brunswick (3-8-1). Emily Willems had 14 saves for the Railroaders.

Oakdale 4, TJ 3

Kiersten Yuhas led host Oakdale (13-1) with two goals. Alyssa Martin and Genna Vinal each had one.

Sarah Hohn had two goals for Thomas Johnson (5-3-2). Alayna Burgamy had 12 saves.

Oakdale won the junior varsity match 6-0.

Walkersville 4, Frederick 0

Chidera Ogwulu had a hat trick with one assist for host Walkersville (7-4-2). Gabby Zeller had one goal. Hally O’Keefe had one assist.

Jazzmin Salters and Lexi Daniluck combined for the shutout.

Walkersville won the junior varsity match 2-0.

Urbana 5, North Hagerstown 0

Brianna Skidmore had two goals for host Urbana (7-2-1). Isabelle Eskay, Lexi Rosemarin and Nyah Savage each had one goal.

Grayson Jons recorded the shutout with two saves.


Middletown 2, Oakdale 1

Skyler Slimmer and Aubree Moxley each had a goal for Middletown. Paige Welch had two assists for the Knights. Hayley Barnett had one. Kaila Tom had eight assists for Middletown.

Emma McGaha scored Oakdale’s goal.

Catoctin 3, Brunswick 0

Maddie Crampton, Hannah Poole and Isabella Alley each had a goal for visiting Catoctin (5-6). Emma Appla, Karlie Martinez and Callan Latham


Urbana 3, Brunswick 0

Scores: 25-12, 25-14, 22-25, 25-17. Urbana leaders: Clarisse Diaz, 14 digs; Makala Thompson, 12 kills; Mara Bravin, 15 digs; Natasha White, 7 aces; Tera Sackey, 8 kills; Trinity Burge, 11 kills; 23 assists, 15 digs. Brunswick leaders: Abigail Feuerherd, 1 digs, 2 aces; Taylor Cook, 19 digs; Kaylee Houck, 8 digs, 8 kills; Ally Cook, 9 digs, 12 kills.

Tuscarora 3, St. James 0

Scores: 25-15, 25-23, 25-16. Tuscarora leaders: Gianni Blundell, 21 assists; Devyn Jacobson, 6 digs; Julia Slivka, 9 kills, 5 aces; Kirsten Snyder, 6 aces; Molly Weaver, 7 digs.

Smithsburg 3, Oakdale 0

Scores: 25-12, 19-25, 25-16, 25-14. Oakdale leaders: Jess Twilley, 10 kills, 9 digs; Rosie Carlson, 7 kills, 3 blocks; Jen Chomiak, 11 digs, 4 aces, 4 kills; Sydney Katz, 30 assists, 5 digs. Oakdale record: 9-3. JV: Smithsburg, 2-0.

SJCP 3, Mount Carmel 0

Scores: 25-7, 25-20, 25-16. SJCP leaders: Brynn Grover, 3 aces; Erika Bealmear, 7 aces, 7 kills, 9 digs.

Mason Dixon Conference playoffs

Shalom Christian 3, New Life 0

Scores: 25-14, 25-18, 25-10. New Life leaders: Sophia Gustafson, 13 digs. New Life record (6-12, end of season).


Urbana 161, Oakdale 163, Catoctin 192

Elliott Haas shot a 34 for Urbana. Oakdale’s Jake Ramsburg and Joe Lesage each shot a 39. Alex Wivell shot a 43 for Catoctin.


St. Anselm’s Challenge

Cross Herpin and Lera Walkup were the top runners for Maryland School for the Deaf at Washington. Herpin was 11th in the boys race (19 minutes 8 seconds). Walkup was 18th in the girls race (24:54).


FCC 3, HCC 0

Frederick Community College (10-1), moved into the No. 18 spot in the NJCAA Division I rankings with the win over Hagerstown Community College.

The Cougars have won six straight.


FCC 3, HCC 0

Lindsey Brant scored two more goals for Frederick Community College, which has won four straight matches and is 5-3 on the year. Brant has 15 goals on the season. Kelsey Wright had one goal.

Alicia Coats and Tristen Meyer each had one assist for the Cougars.

Goalkeeper Amanda Guimond had nine saves to preserve the shutout.

Lebanon Valley 1, Hood 0

Lydia Erickson had five saves for Hood.

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