Field hockey wrapup, Oct. 2-9

Field hockey wrapup, Oct. 2-9

ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 3, MARYVALE 1

The Cavaliers improved to 10-3 and 3-1 in conference play on the season with a 3-1 victory over the Lions.

Jules Ramey scored twice for Spalding while Margot Lawn had a goal and added an assist.

Haley Urgo also had a helper for the Cavs.

Sophomore Emma Radebaugh notched Maryvale's lone goal.

Spalding goalies Jess Wallace and Sophie Somerville made one save each, a dozen less than Lizzie Franciola made for the Lions in an outstanding effort.

"We played well, particularly in the second half to keep Spalding scoreless," Maryvale coach Shannon Radebaugh said. "Lizzie Francioli was outstanding today. She had her best game of her career."

The coach added that Nadia Briddell, Claire Bockstie, and Courtney Kelly each played strong defensively for the Lions.

SEVERN 2, ANNAPOLIS AREA CHRISTIAN O

The Admirals got unassisted goals from Libby Wild and Ally Dixon in the shutout of the Eagles. 

Severn's Arielle Hillock and AACS's Grace Brewster both had six saves while Mackenzie Boughey had a stick save for the Admirals.

SEVERN 3, PARK 1

Severn broke a 1-1 halftime tie with a pair of goals in the second half to defeat the Bruins in a B Conference battle.

Hailey Schendel converted a pass from Isabelle Benoit for the Admirals' first goal before Regan King knocked one in off the goalie pads for a 2-1 advantage.

Ally Dixon rifled in a cross from Sydney Kirchenheiter for the game's final tally.

Caitlin Price's unassisted goal was the only scoring for Park, which enjoyed a 17-save effort by Mollie Post in the goal. 

Jillian North made five stops for Severn, which dominated shots, 20-6, and penalty corners, 11-2.

MARYVALE 3, JOHN CARROLL O

Maryvale grabbed a 1-0 advantage at the half after Tess Keppel converted a feed from Olivia Cerasoli off a corner.

The Lions then added two goals by sophomore Emma Radebaugh with Cerasoli assisting on one of them as Courtney Kelly helped the defense hold strong against the Patriots.

John Carroll’s goalie, Alexis Loder, played very well while recording six saves.

ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 5, BRYN MAWR 2

Sophomore Shelby Bumgarner and senior Margot Lawn scored two goals each and Katie Fichtner had a single goal for the Cavaliers in a win over the Mawrtians.

Emma Campbell and Ava Mickel tallied single goals in each half for Bryn Mawr, which trailed, 4-1, at the half.

Lawn chipped in with a pair of assists while Haley Urgo and Lily Grant also had helpers.

Jess Wallace made one save for the Cavs; Lexi Redrick had 12 stops for the Mawrtians.

Spalding improved to 11-2 overall and 4-1 in the A Conference.

NOTRE DAME PREP 7, C. MILTON WRIGHT 4

Even in defeat, C. Milton Wright did something no other team has accomplished against the Notre Dame Prep field hockey team in four years.

Oct. 6, 2015 was the last time the Blazers have given up as many as four goals in a contest, and they gave up more than that in a 6-1 loss to Archbishop Spalding that day.

On Friday in Towson, top-ranked NDP yielded four goals to the previously unbeaten Mustangs of the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference yet still managed to win handily, 7-4, to remain perfect for the season while running its winning streak to 30 games overall.

“We definitely haven’t been challenged by an offense like that in a long time,” NDP coach Katrina Ross said. “They were relentless.”

Senior forward/midfielder Olivia Kenny scored three goals for the defending IAAM A Conference champions, who would need all of those goals to hold off a fired-up Wright squad that had its eight-game winning streak snapped.

Senior defender/midfielder Rachel Borzymowski added two goals for NDP, which improved its record to 12-0 overall and is 5-0 in league play.

Nathalie Friedman and Jenna Klaers had the other Blazer goals.

Georgia Beachley, Ellie Muffley, Taylor Market and Arriana May scored for the Mustangs.