Field hockey wrap Oct. 8-14

Field hockey wrap Oct. 8-14

GARRISON FOREST 3, MARYVALE 1

Macy Miller scored two goals for Garrison Forest, one off a feed from Ryleigh McComas, to lead the Grizzlies.

Riley Paetro added the other Grizlie goal.

Sophomore Emma Radebaugh scored off a deflection from Olivia Cerasoli for the Lions’ lone goal.

Maryvale coach Shannon Radebaugh said that “defense played solid today and with goalie Lizzie Francioli making many key saves. Courtney Richard, Claire Bockstie, Nadia Briddell, and Courtney Kelly played well on defense.”

Tess Keppel controlled the middle of the field for the Lions.

SEVERN 9, INDIAN CREEK O

Severn led 4-0 at the half and continued the barrage in the final period against the Eagles.

Libby Wild and Regan King each had a pair of goals while Ally Dixon, Haley Davis, Alaura Enright, Isabelle Benoit and Hailey Schendel had single goals for the Admirals.

Sydney Kirchenheiter added three assists. Benoit, Davis and Wild also had helpers.

ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 5, JOHN CARROLL 0

Katie Fichtner and, Margot Lawn scored two goals each and Arianna Shea added a single goal for the Cavs.

Lawn added a pair of assists with Lily Grant, Shea and Jules Ramey also chipping in with feeds.

Goalies Jess Wallace and Sophie Somerville had a save apiece for Spalding while Alexis Loder made a dozen stops for the Patriots.

JOHN CARROLL 3, MOUNT DE SALES 0

Kendall Rittmeyer scored a pair of goals and the Patriots grabbed their first win in the A Conference this season.

"The win could not come at a better time as the team celebrated senior day and prepares for tournament play," JC coach Alice Puckett said. "It was a true team effort."

Rittmeyer’s first goal was assisted by Ellie Bruggeman while Katelyn Patrick assisted the third goal before scoring her own. Alexis Loder recorded her first shutout of the season recording eight saves, including a pair of sensational stops.