Fall sports update

Arianna Hernandez and Addy Rebasti

JV Field hockey 

Sports Team: Junior Varsity Field Hockey 

Great Game: C Milton Wright Overtime 

Record: 2-4-3 

“This team grew so much throughout the season!!!  They worked hard, had fun, and really improved every practice and game!”  – Megan Grant 

Photo courtesy of Kayla Hausman 

Varsity Field Hockey 

Sports Team: Varsity Field Hockey 

Great Game: Bel Air Double Overtime 

Record: 6-8 

States and regionals: Regional champions 

“Honored to be able to watch the girls grow as hockey players on the field and watch the team chemistry both on and off the field flourish.” 

Playoffs: “We are excited to go into the playoffs after playing a tough schedule this season. We know it has prepared us to be the best version of ourselves.” – Jackie Cummings 

Photo courtesy of Jackie Cumming

Women’s JV volleyball 

Sports Team: Women’s Junior Varsity Volleyball 

Great Game: North Harford 

Record:  9-5 

“The girls worked hard and put up with me all season. They’re the best!”- Christopher Kraft 

Photo courtesy of Kaylee Lindhorst  

Women’s Varsity Volleyball 

Sports Team: Women’s Varsity Volleyball 

Great Game: Bohemia Manor and Hereford 

Record: 10-5 

States and regionals: Regional Champions 

“Don’t get too comfortable in your position and our team has done well adapting and overcoming those adversities.”- Layna Douglass 

Playoffs: “I feel confident about the playoffs. We have a solid core of players. I believe we are trusting each other more with every match.”- Layna Douglass 

Photo courtesy of Layna Douglass 

Men’s JV Volleyball

Sports Team: Junior Varsity Boys’ Volleyball 

Great Game: Both Patterson Mill games and Bel Air 

Record: 4-2 

“It was a fun season.”- Erik Brown 

Photo courtesy of Erik Brown

Men’s Varsity Volleyball

Sports Team: Varsity Boys’ Volleyball 

Great Game: North Harford 

Record: 8-3 

“We had a fun and successful season and looking to finish strong in the tournament.”- Bill Stewart 

Photo courtesy of Bill Stewart 

Men’s and Women’s Varsity Golf 

Great Game: The biggest highlight of this year was Alex Langford finishing 2nd overall in Day 2 of State Finals with a score of 0, bringing him to an overall 5th place finish in the State. T

he course and greens were incredibly difficult, and he rose to the occasion and proved that he can play with the best of the best in Maryland. 

Record: We ended the season with an undefeated regular season record with our only losses being to CMW in a couple of county-wide tournaments throughout the year. 

“We had an amazing season, and a strong 2nd place finish in the UCBAC. I was incredibly proud of how all the golfers played in the regular season and having 3 golfers make it to post season was an awesome achievement for the golfers.” -Michael Capozzoli    

Playoffs: “We had 3 people qualify for the State Tournament this year. We were very excited for the chance to compete against the best golfers in the state this year.” – Michael Capozzoli 

Photo courtesy of Michael Capozzoli  

Men’s and Women’s Varsity Cross Country 

Great Game: Regional and UCBAAC Champion; Emily Atha, Divisional Champion; Gabi Murphy, Antonio Hernandez highest scorer in every race 

Playoffs: Girls and boys regional champions, girls 3rd at states, boys 5th at states

“We have very young teams with a lot of talent. We expect to do well, potentially repeat as regional champs” – Karin Walker 

Photo courtesy of Karin Walker 

JV Football

Great Game: Bel Air 

Record: 9-0 

“Our team has worked hard all year. They are good kids and they have responded well to coaching. Our goal is to get better every week!” – Jimmy Grant 

Photo courtesy of Jimmy Grant 

Varsity Foo

Great Game: Perryville 

Record: 4-6 

“This season has been frustrating. We have a talented team, but we have not maximized our potential and we have recently dealt with several injuries. Still, we have a chance to make some noise in the post-season if we work hard and play well down the stretch.” -Keith Robinson 

Lost in playoffs 

Playoffs: “Everyone makes the playoffs (post-covid rule change). I actually prefer the old system where only the top 4 teams in each region qualify. It makes each game more meaningful and those teams that qualify did so on merit.” – Keith Robinson 

Photo courtesy of Keith Robinson 

Women’s JV Soccer 

Sports Team: Women’s JV Soccer 

Great Game: Too many moments to highlight this season 

Record: Conference 4-0-1 (11-1-1 including tournaments and out of conference play) 

“A great first year with a wonderful group of athletes. Thank you all!” -Mike Moloney 

Photo courtesy of Mike Moloney 

 Varsity Women’s Soccer  

Great Game: Patterson Mill, North Harford, & C. Milton Wright 

Record: 15-0-3 

States and regionals: Regional champions  

“This team is a group of very talented, hardworking athletes. The sky is the limit with this group. I look forward to each training session and game with these girls. Not only do they put in the work, but they have fun doing it!” – Jon Salbeck 

Playoffs: “I am very excited!” – Jon Salbeck 

Photo courtesy of Jon Salbeck 

 JV Men’s soccer 

Record: 6-1-4 

“We had a tremendous season. Not everything is measured with wins and losses. Having (26) players on the roster and everyone contributing and improving was the only results that mattered. It was exciting to see the team come together and play well. A testament to the competitiveness of the squad, we had (9) players asked to play up on varsity for the state playoff push. Go Cougars.” – Stosh Zebron 

Photo courtesy of Stosh Zebron 

 Men’s Varsity Soccer  

Great Game: “We have some great games all year long. The team has really come a long way throughout the season. We have a great match with Harford Tech 1-1 draw, Patterson Mill 5-1 win with Christian Worthington scoring 4 in the match; and Havre de Grace 3-0 – we had to overcome several injuries and illnesses.” – Christopher Hoover  

Record: 13-1-3 

States and regionals: Regional champions  

“We are ALL IN!” – Christopher Hoover 

Playoffs: “Yes – Excited! for the drive to win 5 … We play 10/28 at 5:30” – Christopher Hoover 

Photo courtesy of Christopher Hoover 

Varsity Cheerleading 

Great Game: 1st place at Chesapeake High School Invitational & 2nd place in our County Competition 

States and regionals: Regional and state champions 

Jean Solomon Quote: “It’s our time to SHINE!” 

Playoffs: “Yes! We are very excited to watch the team compete as we are headed into playoffs. They are an amazing group of athletes. Hoping for a back to back State Champ Win!” – Jean Solomon 

Photo courtesy of Jean Solomon