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Patuxent 3, Northern 0
The Fenwicks accounted for all three goals during the win for the Panthers (6-1, 6-1 SMAC) over host Northern on Tuesday as Karissa Fenwick scored twice and Carissa Fenwick tallied once.
Emily Boylan and Dana King each added an assist and Alyssa Niemi and Savannah Read tied for the team lead with six steals apiece. Jadea Deahl had four steals and Sharde Jackson made seven saves, including one on a penalty kick with less than five minutes remaining to preserve the shutout.
The Patriots (2-5-1, 2-4-1) have lost their last three and are winless over their last five games.
Patuxent 3, Northern 2
Chanel Underwood had a team-high 15 kills to help lead the visiting Panthers (8-1, 7-0) to a 21-25, 25-20, 25-17, 14-25, 15-13 win over the Patriots on Tuesday.
Sarah Nepini added six kills, 35 assists and served at 100 percent for the Panthers. Shaelynn Schmidt added 13 kills and four blocks and Madison Scott had 12 kills and three aces on 100 percent serving. Sabrina Roberts had five kills and five blocks and Megan Wentz totaled seven kills.
In Game 5, Patuxent trailed 6-3 and 10-6 but rallied to win thanks to Scott, who closed out the match with four straight kills.
“An intense matchup,” Patuxent head coach Kevin Keller said. “Both teams fought hard throughout the match. We knew that Northern was tough and resilient. They always fight hard until the end of every match.”
The Patriots (4-5, 4-3) received 12 kills and 14 digs from Naomi Underwood and nine kills and nine digs from Molly Anadale. Jess Ward had six kills and 28 assists.
“Jess Ward is a phenomenal player with a great attitude,” Keller said, “and she was big for Northern tonight.”
The Patriots returned to the win column with a 25-10, 25-11, 25-7 sweep over host Westlake on Wednesday.
Underwood and Qyntia Parks-Lewis tied for the team lead with four kills apiece and Anadale had a team-high five digs.
Calvert girls go to 8-0
The Cavaliers added two more wins to its unblemished record following a sweep over Great Mills and host Westlake on Wednesday.
Calvert prevailed 15-50 over both the Hornets and Wolverines. Great Mills earned the split with a 22-37 win. The Cavaliers (8-0, 8-0) have defeated their last 29 conference opponents.
Calvert’s top three finishers were Hannah Aris (20 minutes 18 seconds), Elizabeth Hite (20:30) and Kim Gerber (20:52).
On the boys side, Great Mills earned the sweep with wins over Calvert (19-41) and Westlake (22-37). Calvert (4-4, 4-4) was nipped by the Wolverines, 28-29.
Jordan Blankenship (17:59), Zach Walker (18:23) and John Hare (18:56) were the top three finishers for the Cavaliers.
St. Andrews 179, Calverton 189
Ty Herriott shot a match-best 40 but the short-handed Cougars fell by 10 strokes on Wednesday at Lake Presidential Golf Club in Upper Marlboro. Jake Pesetsky added a 43 and Jon Mazza and Ray LaPlaca shot 48 and 58, respectively. Calverton (2-1, 2-0 MISAL) had just four golfers.