Huntingtown 3, Lackey 0
Devin Rediker scored all three goals to lift the host Hurricanes (3-0, 3-0 SMAC) to a shutout win over Lackey on Tuesday. The Hurricanes have allowed just one goal against so far this year.
Calvert 1-1-1 in last three
The Doug Jones coaching era started with a win, a loss and a tie for the Cavaliers (1-1-1, 1-1-1).
Against visiting Westlake on Sept. 4, Calvert freshman Brady Santerre earned a shutout in a 3-0 win. Michael Somers, Mikhel Plenty and Sam Damalouji each scored once and Hunter Hidrobo added an assist.
Against host Great Mills last Friday, the Cavaliers rallied in the second half only to fall 4-2. Jason Weatherly scored both goals for Calvert.
Against host North Point on Tuesday, Weatherly scored off an assist from Jason Reid late in regulation to earn a 2-2 tie.
Calvert opened the scoring in the second minute when Weatherly scored off a pass from Somers.
Calverton rolls on
Morgan Tabor scored four times to carry the visiting Cougars (7-0, 1-0 MISAL) to a rout over Takoma Academy on Tuesday.
Angie Horan added two goals, while Olivia Fisher, Shelby Harrison, Cheyenne Manning, Zoe Gertz and Leah Glascoe all each scored one. Elise Bouchard and Kira Remy combined for four saves in goal for the shutout.
Last weekend, Calverton won the Salisbury Invitational with wins of host Salisbury (7-1) and Salisbury Christian (12-0) last Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Patuxent 10, McDonough 0
Cierra Fenwick had four goals and an assists to power the host Panthers (3-0, 3-0 SMAC) to a rout over McDonough on Tuesday.
Dana King and Karissa Fenwick each added two goals and two assists and Sareena Coleman and Emily McGuigan each scored one goal. Samantha McGuigan added four assists and Jadea Deahl had one.
Sharde Jackson made two saves to earn the shutout and Savannah Read had a team-high eight steals. Deahl and Alyssa Niemi each had six and Kayla Brand and Dayna Whitehouse added five and three steals, respectively.
Calvert 3, McDonough 0
The Cavaliers (2-0, 1-0) won their second match of the season with a sweep over the Rams on Wednesday, winning by scores of 25-6, 25-10 and 25-23.
Rachel Hornick had a team-high 10 kills, while Kara Wood and Sydney Tonic added six and four, respectively. Lauren Carman had 24 assists and five service aces. Karli Hawxhurst served up a team-best six aces.
Calvert girls sweep tri-meet
The Cavaliers (6-0, 6-0) remained perfect on the season after sweeping North Point, Lackey and host Thomas Stone on Wednesday, defeating the Eagles, 23-38, the Cougars, 16-48, and the Chargers, 15-50.
Hannah Aris, Bri and Elizabeth Hite and Kim Garber placed second through fifth, respectively. Liane Porter was ninth. Times were unavailable at press time.
On the boys side, Calvert (4-2, 4-2) earned a 15-50 win over the Chargers, thanks in part to Jordan Blankenship, who placed a team-best eighth in 18 minutes 53 seconds. Zachary Walker (19:54) and John Hare (20:11) were 11th and 14th, respectively.
North Point earned the sweep after finishing in the second through seventh spots. Stone’s Brendan Johnson won the race in 17:01.
H-town boys, Patuxent girls split tri-meet
Huntingtown’s boys team managed to split in a tri-meet against visiting Leonardtown and Patuxent on Wednesday.
In the boys meet, Huntingtown (3-2, 3-2) defeated the Panthers 23-38, but dropped a 23-32 decision to the Raiders. Leonardtown beat Patuxent, 24-37.
The Hurricanes were led by Christopher Casavecchia (third, 20:01) and Michael Core (fourth, 20:09). Mitchell McCall (10th, 20:57), James Carroll (11th, 21:03) and David Sugg (12th, 21:05) rounded out the team’s top five.
The Panthers (2-3, 2-3) were swept, though Patuxent’s Trent Herzog won the race in 19:10. Teammate Noah Dixon was fifth in 20:13 and Lucas Foltz (21:40) and Garrett Ursiny (21:55) were 17th and 18th, respectively.
Patuxent (3-2, 3-2) earned the split on the girls side after a 25-30 win over Huntingtown and a 27-32 loss to Leonardtown. The Raiders downed the Hurricanes, 21-40.
The Panthers were led by Rachel Herzog, who broke the tape in 22:41 to win the race. Lindsey Lane was third in 23:04.
For Huntingtown (2-3, 2-3), freshman Hannah Russell was fifth overall (23:31) and freshman Bridgett Redding took sixth (23:49).