Dons score three in the second half to complete their third straight victory; No. 1 Calvert Hall wins again

Two teams suddenly reversing course from earlier in the season met at Meadowodd Regional Park in Brooklandville, Friday afternoon, and Loyola Blakefield routed No. 6 Archbishop Curley, 4-0, in MIAA A Conference action.

Playing in heavy rain, Loyola broke on top 10 minutes prior to the half when Cameron Cole was able to score off a assist from Landon Lackner from 12 yards out. The Dons then put the contest away with three second half scores.

Loyola’s second goal of the game was scored by Jackson Graham, who headed in a cross from Cole. The third goal also came on a header, when Danny Klink finished a pin point cross from Lucas Dubois. Tyler Thompson capped the scoring off a beautiful cross from Garrett Alban. Jordy Eckman had five saves to preserve the shut out.

Curley (2-4) has now dropped 4-of-5, while Loyola captured its third straight win to improve to 3-3-2.


Under the lights Friday night at Calvert Hall, the top-ranked Cardinals remained unbeaten with a 4-0 win over St. Paul’s.

Calvert Hall (6-0-1) jumped up on back-to-back goals by Ben Madore and Cody Angelini, at the 25th and 26th minutes and Riley Organte made it 3-0 just before half. The final goal came with less than 10 minutes to play in the contest when Ryan Belal found the net.

Madore and Organt had one assist each, as did David Peters and Rich Monath, as the Cardinals fired off 21 shots.

The Crusaders (1-4-2 overall) fell to 1-3-2 in league play.