McDonogh rolls past John Carroll; Calvert Hall and Spalding win, C. Milton Wright ties No. 1 Curley

Despite six quality shots in the first half, No. 9 Loyola was not able to net a goal in the first half of its non-conference battle with Good Counsel, Friday afternoon at Blakefield. The second half, however, proved more fruitful as the Dons scored twice and captured a 2-0 win over the Falcons.

The Don’s came out in the second half and scored the opening goal of the game on a corner kick from Dominic Caltabiano to Alex Reid, who scored in 55th. minute. The Dons doubled the score when Jason D’Addario scored a fantastic goal from 20 yards out, curling a right footed shot far post into the upper 90, with the assist going to Cole Hendrix. Pat Milmoe had three saves for the Don’s.

In league action, No. 2 McDonogh got a hat-trick from Casey Settleman as the Eagles routed John Carroll, 6-1; No. 10 Calvert Hall edged St. Paul’s, 3-2; and Archbishop Spalding upset No. 6 Mount St. Joseph, 2-1.

The big news of the day, however, involved top-ranked Archbishop Curley. The Friars entered their non-conference game with No. 7 C. Milton Wright at 11-0, but the Friars picked up their first blemish as the visiting Mustangs left East Baltimore with a 2-2 double-overtime draw.