Boys Lacrosse

Thomas Johnson 8, Smithsburg 7

SMITHSBURG — Alex Aguilar scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner for the Patriots (3-3). Dylan Davey scored three goals, Devin Shields had two goals and two assists and goalkeeper Nick Sponyoe made 26 saves for TJ.

The Patriots lost the junior varsity game, 9-2.

Middletown 7, South Carroll 6

WINFIELD — The Knights improved to 6-1 as senior goalkeeper Max Edelmann made 20 saves to preserve the victory. Ryan Crompton and Frankie Meighan each scored two goals, while Nick Welch, Cody Martin and Patrick Regan each added one for Middletown.

The junior varsity game ended in a 9-9 tie.

Westminster 17, Urbana 5

URBANA — The Hawks suffered their first loss of the season to Westminster, which is No. 3 in’s rankings of Maryland public school teams.

Brandon Plante and JD Baker each scored two goals for Urbana (6-1). Goalie Justin Clipp had eight saves.

Frederick 12, North Hagerstown 11 OT

HAGERSTOWN — Patrick Caccese had four goals and an assist, Joe Guillen contributed three goals and an assist and Matt Hynes and Alex Levine each added two goals and an assist to lead the Cadets.

Manchester Valley 9, Catoctin 8

MANCHESTER — The Cougars scored with about two minutes left to narrow the Mavericks’ lead to 9-8.

Kris Lowery had two goals for Catoctin (0-4). Goalie Eric Gosnell had 25 saves.

Manchester Valley won the JV game, 10-6.

Century 10, Walkersville 8

WALKERSVILLE — The Lions (2-3) were led by Mitchell Miller, who had three goals. Tony Arseneault added two goals and Braden Smith had three assits for Walkersville. Goalkeeper Dylan Milligan made nine saves for the Lions.

Girls Lacrosse

Middletown 14, South Carroll 3

MIDDLETOWN — Katie Breeze led the Knights (4-1) with six goals and one assist. Taylor Altomare had three goals and Jennifer DeSimone added a goal and three assists for Middletown. Goalkeeper Carly Tolino made four saves.

In the junior varsity game, South Carroll won, 13-3.

Tuscarora 18, Boonsboro 11

BOONSBORO — Kenna Gubler scored six goals, Jamie Nicholson had five goals and an assist, while Caitlin Miller and Brianna each scored three goals to lead the Titans, who improved to 2-3. Goalkeeper Janely Rivas made six saves for Tuscarora.

Liberty 10, Oakdale 7

The Bears dropped to 5-1. Dani Tunnell scored five goals, while Carly Heine and Courtney Schwiegerath each added one for Oakdale. Freshman goalkeeper Melissa Semkiw made 10 saves for the Bears. In the junior varsity game, Liberty prevailed, 18-1.

Westminster 21, Urbana 7

WESTMINSTER — The Hawks fell to 1-4 overall. Their goal scorers were Emily Mack and Megan Ulisney, who each had a pair, Sarah McLeod, Paige Alexander and Alyssa McCaskill. Junior goalkeeper Casey Hickman made 25 saves for Urbana.

Century 19, Walkersville 4

ELDERSBURG — The Lions fell to 3-2. Their goals were scored by Emily Musselman, Eliza Mummert, Sara Harshman and Madeline Jernigan. In the junior varsity game, Century won 12-6.

Seton Keough 10, SJCP 7

Maggie Nelson scored three goals and Beth Ann Pierce, Casey Butler, Shannon Greene and Bailey Skubon each had one for the Vikings (2-6). Goalkeeper Christine Hagan made 11 saves.

Manchester Valley 21, Catoctin 2

Brittney Workman and Sophia Eureka were the goal-scorers for the Cougars (1-3). Alison Biehl added an assist. In the junior-varsity game, Manchester Valley won 17-1.


New Life 18, Cumberland Valley 1

The Rams, playing the second game of their inaugural season, got the first win in program history.

Grant Malvin had four hits, and Jared McCrory had three hits, including a double, and five RBIs. Pitcher Michael Alwein had three hits, including a double, and two RBIs while also earning the win. Spencer McCrory had two hits and two RBIs.

Hancock 16-13, MSD 2-3

James Brooks led the Orioles, who were swept in the doubleheader. He went 2-for-2 and drove in a run in the first game and had a hit, scored a run, drove in a run and stole two bases in the second game.

Poolesville 8, Rockville 5

ROCKVILLE — Tyler Magaha had two hits and drove in four runs for the Falcons, who improved to 6-0. Chris Convers drove in three runs and pitcher Thayer Seely struck out nine over five innings for Poolesville.


Linganore 6, N. Hagerstown 0

Katelyn Kosar threw a one-hitter with five strikeouts for the Lancers.

Kosar, Madison Ambush, Alex Bullard and Casey Golombieski each had two hits for Linganore (4-3).

MSD 12-14, Quantico 10-12

The Orioles improved to 3-1 with a sweep of the doubleheader.

In the first game, MSD rallied from a 9-1 deficit. Emily DeSimone went 2-for-3 and was the winning pitcher, while Bri Berrigan went 2-for-3 and drove in four runs.

In the second game, DeSimone went 3-for-4 and teammate Lauren Goldberg was 2-for-2 for MSD. The winning pitcher was Lexie Pinder.

Girls Tennis

Linganore 4, North Hagerstown 1

Singles — 1. Flint (L) def. Dunn, 7-6 (7-3), 6-0; 2. Ross (NH) def. DiNardo, 6-1, 6-1. Doubles — 1. Huston and Reifman (L) def. Irwin and Bradford, 6-1, 6-2; 2. Arnone and Guardia (L) def. Wilcox and Hershey, 7-6 (7-3), 6-2; 3. Kubik and Shrider (L) def. Rivas and Seiler, 6-0, 6-1.

Boys Tennis

North Hagerstown 4, Linganore 1

Singles — 1. Ober (N) def. Brady, 6-1, 6-3; 2. Colvin (L) def. Qadir, 6-1, 6-1. Doubles — 1. D. Brady/M. Brady (N) def. Constantine and Tran, 6-2, 1-6, 6-1; 2. Lyle and Smith (N) def. Mawdsley and Raabe, 6-2, 6-0; 3. Denning and Parchment (N) def. Kohl and Strahlman, 6-4, 6-4.


SJCP 4, Archbishop Curley 1

Singles — 1. Sarro (SJCP) def. Jarkowski, 6-2, 6-4; 2. Middeke (SJCP) def. Flynn, 1-6, 6-3, 6-1; 3. Bosser (SJCP) def. Hije, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3. Doubles — 1. Rose and Jones (SJCP) def. Maskell and not reported, 7-5, 7-6 (7-5); 2. Flynn and Iwuidyke (C) def. Bulley and Connole, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3).

College Baseball

FCC 14, Allegany 8

The Cougars improved to 26-8 overall and 11-2 in the Maryland JuCo conference. Walkersville graduate Devin Bell had three hits, including a home run and a double, and drove in three runs, John Capwell had two hits and two RBIs and Kurt Taylor had two doubles and two RBIs for FCC. The winning pitcher was Chris Colletti, who pitched three innings of relief and improved to 3-0.

College Track and Field

The Mount St. Mary's men's and women's outdoor track and field team had a pair of athletes earn weekly Northeast Conference honors.

Tommy Gruschow was named the NEC's Co-Track Athlete of the Week, while Elissa Ingram garnered NEC Rookie of the Week accolades.

Gruschow posted a time of 14:26.94 in the 5,000-meter run at the Colonial Relays this past weekend. His time is the fastest in the event this season in the NEC and is the sixth-fastest mark in Mount history.

Ingram gives the Mount its second consecutive NEC Rookie of the Week honor after clearing a height of 12 feet, 2 1/2 inches in the pole vault at the Colonial Relays this past weekend. Ingram's mark is the second-best in Mount history and is also an ECAC qualifier. Mount sprinter Jessica Whitmore won NEC Rookie of the Week honors last week.

College Softball

George Washington 8-5, Mt. St. Mary’s 2-1

EMMITSBURG — Mount St. Mary’s relief pitcher Nicole Pagano struck out eight, breaking the team’s career strikeouts record.

Pagano became the first player in school history to reach 400 strikeouts, as she finished the day with 401 in her storied career to surpass the previous record of 399 set by Jamie Fowler in 2009.

The Mount (10-24) was held to three hits in the second game.

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