No. 1 Calvert Hall edges McDonogh in OT; Curley and John Carroll win in routs; St. Joe wins its first
No. 2 Loyola 1, No. 15 Gilman 0
No. 2 Loyola Blakefield hosted its first Friday night home soccer game of 2022, under the lights at its brand new stadium, and came away with a hard earned, 1-0, win over visiting Gilman.
In front of a packed house, the Dons got the only goal of the contest from Sammie Walker who converted a throw in from Mateo Muntuz midway through the half.
Goalkeeper Jordy Eckman, who had three saves, and the Dons’ defense made that goal stand up for the victory. Gilman’s George Guyton was outstanding in defeat, finishing with 13 saves.
No. 7 Archbishop Curley 5, Archbishop Spalding 0
Fresh off its 2-0 upset win over No. 5 McDonogh, in Wednesday’s season opener, Archbishop Spalding traveled to No. 7 Archbishop Curley in search of second straight win over a Top 10 team on Friday afternoon.
The Cavaliers, however, ran into a buzz saw as the host Friars put up five goals for a second straight game while pitching a shutout in a 5-0 victory.
Senior Brady Geho, who scored three in Curley’s 5-2 win over Concordia Prep, on Wednesday, scored three more against the Cavaliers to lead the rout. Philippe Oliveira and Casey Price had one score each for the Friars.
Mount St. Joseph 4, St. Paul’s 0
Mount St. Joseph picked up its first soccer win of the season, Friday, defeating visiting St. Paul’s, 4-0, in Irvington.
Eli Becker led the Gaels with two goals and an assist, while Shan Chung had one goal and one assist. Andrew McDivitt score St. Joes’s other goal, while Niko Madrid Luca Uttenreither each contributed an assist.
St. Joe is now 1-1 in the MIAA A Conference, while the Crusaders fell to 0-2.
No. 3 John Carroll 9, Boys’ Latin 1
Junior forward Josh Petty scored four goals to lead No. 3 John Carroll’s 9-1 rout of Boys’ Latin. Senior forward Luke Mejia netted a hat-trick for the Patriots (2-0), while CJ Rugel and Cole Bowser had one goal each.