Brunswick 42, Berkeley Springs 7
Joshua Pratt scored three touchdowns as the Railroaders rolled to victory in West Virginia, improving to 3-3.
Pratt scored on a 10-yard run and receptions covering 68 and 37 yards on passes from quarterback Wylan Harich.
Harich also tossed a 13-yard TD to Michael Riley-Souders. JT Harich added an 8-yard scoring run, while Anthony Rakowski had 10-yard TD run. Wylan Harich added a 2-point conversion run.
On defense, Riley-Souders snagged two interceptions.
MSD 55, Hancock 6
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Overlea 60, St. John’s 0
The Vikings fell to 4-3.
Calvary Christian 3, New Life, 1
Scores: 25-23, 20-25, 25-19, 25-22. New Life leaders: Lexi Standford, 19 kills, 5 blocks; Claire Socash, 11 kills; Sabrina Standford, 15 digs, 4 kills; Angela Bueso, 11 digs, 5 kills; Maddie Evans, 14 digs; Elma Boveroux, 8 digs Maria Cavellm 29 assists.
Oakdale 4, Smithsburg 0
Riley Daiger scored three goals, becoming the Bears’ all-time leading goal scorer with 33. Kenton Onspaugh was the previous record holder with 30.
Owen Cunha added the other goal for Oakdale (8-0-3). Ethan Simpson had two assists, while Patrick Gill and Daniel Ivanov had one apiece.
Dylan Miller and Josh Boonshaft split time in goal. Boonshaft had one save.
Oakdale won the JV game.
Brunswick 8, Catoctin 0
Julia Molar paced the Railroaders (4-6) with three goals and one assist.
Hannah White added a pair of goals, while Morgan Mcknew, Caitlyn Lee, Olivia Estep each scored one. Lee also had an assist, as did Michelle Garcia and Raina Morley. Goalkeeper Madison Shaffer recorded three saves.
Cougars keeper Kira Jenkins-Miesner had 12 saves.
Frederick 4, Catoctin 0
The host Cadets (3-6) received goals from Raeann Kalinowski, Sidney Tucci, Samantha Fulton and Aleena Freiss.
Dana Garner had two assists, while Diarah Walker had one.
Akousua Amponsah had one save.
Oakdale 146, TJ 186
The Bears’ Dell Greiser was the medalist with a 33. Teammate Mike Holman shot a 37.
The Patriots’ low score was Chris Shores (42).
Mount St. Mary’s 3, Central Connecticut 2
Sophomore Yann Kouemi had a hand in all three goals to help lead the Mountaineers at Waldron Family Stadium.
Kouemi notched a pair of goals and added an assist on Marcos Lucero’s goal.
MSM keeper Riccardo Zonta made four saves.
Long Island 4, Mount St. Mary’s 0
Elisabeth Rockhill paced the Mount with a team-high three shots in the game.