On Wednesday, Allied Soccer played very well during their away scrimmage against Oakland Mills.
Boys’ Cross Country:
On Tuesday, Boys’ Cross Country finished first in home tri-meet vs. River Hill and Centennial. “As a team we ran really well, and I was proud of all the guys who raced. They definitely showed a lot of effort that makes the future look really promising,” said senior captain Greg Bisant.
At Blazers Invitational on Saturday, the boys finished 2nd out of 22 teams.
Girls’ Cross Country:
On Tuesday, Girls’ Cross Country finished second in home tri-meet vs. River Hill and Centennial. On Saturday, the team finished 5th out of 22 teams. Sophomores Lexie Banham and Ellie Gustafson finished 5th and 11th, respectively.
On Thursday, Field Hockey had a 4-0 home victory against River Hill.
At a home, blackout game Friday, Mt. Hebron lost 30-3 against Hammond, who scored 19 points in the fourth quarter.
On Tuesday, Golf became one of three teams in the county to be undefeated after their 72-57 win vs. Atholton. Sadly, the Golf team lost this title at the tri-match against Marriotts Ridge and Long Reach on Thursday when both the boys’ and girls’ teams lost to Marriotts Ridge 80-64, 49-44 respectively.
Boys Soccer (3-2):
On Tuesday, Boys’ Soccer defeated former 2A State Champions Oakdale High School in a 2-0 victory at home. Two days later, the team had a crushing loss to River Hill at home. Mt. Hebron lost 2-1 in overtime after a controversial referee call left the Vikings one man short.
Girls Soccer (0-1-4):
On Tuesday, Girls’ Soccer lost 3-1 in their away game vs. Oakdale, with their lone goal scored by sophomore Kaitlin Rice. On Friday, the team lost 1-0 against River Hill in overtime.
On Thursday, Varsity volleyball lost 3 out of 4 sets in their away game vs. River Hill. “River Hill is a good, competitive team, but we fought hard and I’m looking forward to beating them at the end of the season,” said junior captain Amanda Ross. On Saturday, the team competed in the Varsity Volleyball tournament at Linganore High School, which Linganore won.