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October 25, 2012

Field Hockey: Playoff Outlook

by Eric Meany

4A South

Emily Kenul of Sherwood and Anna Galeano of Blake

Emily Kenul (left) of Sherwood and Anna Galeano (right) of Blake may meet again in the 4A South regional final.

Sherwood (14-0) will host Richard Montgomery (3-8) at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday in the regional quarterfinals. The Warriors scored the most goals in the county (75) while allowing the fewest (6), boasting a speedy high-powered offense led by junior forwards Emily Kenul and Gabrielle Yore and a stingy defense anchored by junior goalkeeper Christina Ricciuti. Sherwood did not allow a goal in its last six regular season games, outscoring opponents 39-0 over that time. Their toughest competition in the 4A South bracket should come from the Blake Bengals, who gave the Warriors a scare on September 22nd in a game Sherwood ultimately won, 3-2. Should the Warriors prevail in their region, a challenging state semifinal game would await against the survivor the tough 4A East region. Leonardtown, South River, Broadneck and defending champion Severna Park are all strong teams with legitimate hopes of taking the state title. Sherwood won championships in 1980 and 1985, but has not made it as far as the state semi-finals since then.

Blake (9-3) will host Springbrook (4-7-1) on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the regional quarterfinals. A 4-1 loss to Springbrook in the regional finals ended the Bengals season in 2011, but they are well positioned to exact revenge this year. Blake’s offense is largely powered by Maryland lacrosse recruit Caroline Wannen, who had 13 goals and 13 assists in the Bengals’ 12 games in the regular season. Fran Inman and Lillian Watkins added 10 goals each to balance out Blake’s offensive attack.

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October 22, 2012

Golf: State Championships, Day 1

Walt Whitman High School junior Andrew Barth shot a 69 to record the low individual round Monday, but Wootton opened up a six stroke lead over Northern and Urbana in the Class 3A/4A team competition of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association State Golf Championship at the University of Maryland in College Park. Delaney Shah and Allison Wong each shot 73 for the Patriots.

The final round will be held on Wednesday. Full results can be found here.

Team Leaderboard:

  • 1. Wootton – 306
  • 2 (tie). Northern – 312
  • 2 (tie). Urbana – 312
  • 4. Whitman – 313
  • 5 (tie). North Point – 317
  • 5 (tie). Wilde Lake – 317
  • 7. Stephen Decatur – 321
  • 8. Bel Air – 324

Individual Leaderboard:

  • 1. Andrew Barth, Whitman – 69
  • 2 (tie). Connor Flach, Centennial – 71
  • 2 (tie). Tyler Silberberg, Wilde Lake – 71
  • 4. Jon Moles, Urbana – 72
  • 5 (tie). Bryana Nguyen, Atholton – 73
  • 5 (tie). Delaney Shah, Wootton – 73
  • 5 (tie). Allison Wong, Wootton – 73
  • 5 (tie). Luke Schaap, Churchill – 73
October 1, 2012

Walter Johnson Tops Wootton In Regional Golf Tournament

The Walter Johnson High School golf team prevailed over Wootton in a one-hole playoff after the two teams tied through 18 holes at the Montgomery County District Championship Tournament at Poolesville Golf Course on Monday.

The two teams had also finished the regular season tied along with Whitman atop the Yachmetz division standings with identical records of 13-4-1. Walter Johnson was awarded the division title by virtue of a lower scoring average.

The top eight teams from Monday’s action will compete in the State Championship Tournament at the University of Maryland later this month.

Nathan Tenpas of Bethesda-Chevy Chase had the lowest individual score Monday with an even-par 71.

State Tournament Qualifiers (teams):

  • Walter Johnson – 312 (District 3A/4A Champions)
  • Wootton – 312
  • Quince Orchard – 317
  • Walt Whitman – 319
  • Churchill – 320
  • Northwest – 324
  • Bethesda-Chevy Chase – 332
  • Poolesville – 341 (District 1A/2A Champions)

State Tournament Qualifiers (individuals):

  • Victor Adamson, Blair – 73
  • Nick Shealy, Damascus – 79
  • Pat Moriarty, Rockville – 81
  • Jun Ahn, Quince Orchard – 83
  • Peter Galvin, Gaithersburg – 83

Full results available here.

September 30, 2012

Girls Soccer: Wootton 2, Damascus 0

Toni Urovsky and Annika Leiby

Toni Urovsky (left) and the Wootton girls soccer team handed Annika Leiby (right) and Damascus a 2-0 defeat.

ROCKVILLE, Md. — Jazmyn Sollars scored one goal and assisted on another as the Wootton High School girls soccer team topped visiting Damascus 2-0 on Saturday. Alyssa Kopsidas also scored for the Patriots (3-2).

Wootton senior goalie Lindsay DeStefano made five saves to record her second shutout of the season. The shutout loss was the first of the year against a public school opponent for the Hornets (3-3), who had scored a combined 16 goals over their previous two games.

Damascus will be back in action on Tuesday, when they are scheduled to host Montgomery 3A/2A rival Rockville. Wootton will host Richard Montgomery on Wednesday in the first Montgomery 4A South game of the year for both teams.

May 27, 2012

Whitman And Wootton Sweep State Tennis Championships

Whitman and Wootton swept the finals of the MPSSAA state tennis championships at the University of Maryland in College Park on Saturday.

Full results:

Boys Singles

Mateo Cevalles (Wootton) def. Biyik Akinshemoyin (Resevoir): 7-5, 6-7 (2-7), 3-3 (retire)

Girls Singles

Megan Hahn (Wootton) def. Anna Rozenberg (Bethesda-Chevy Chase): 7-6 (7-3), 7-5

Boys Doubles

Sean Ngo and Aries Wong (Whitman) def. Juha Ellonen and William Clark (Great Mills): 6-4, 6-1

Girls Doubles

Nicole Gottret and Nicole Welch (Whitman) def. Hannah Stahl and Kamilla Beisenova (Whitman): 6-3, 6-4

Mixed Doubles

Aishu Iyer and Julian Mu (Wootton) def. Rachel Land and Tyler Collins (Huntingtown): 6-3, 6-1