TOWSON, Md. — Calvert Hall, Archbishop Curley and Annapolis Area Christian won Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) championships on Friday at Towson University’s Johnny Unitas Stadium.
In the ‘A’ Conference title game, the Cardinals won their third-consecutive crown, defeating St. Mary’s 15-7.
Calvert Hall’s Jack Sawyer led all scorers with six points (one goal and five assists).
Daniel Kelly and Grant Mitchell each tallied three goals for the Cardinals (17-1).
Scout Ripley scored three goals for the Saints (12-6).
Curley defeated Glenelg Country 12-3 to win the ‘B’ Conference championship.
Nate Rollins scored three goals for the Friars. Gage Coolahan and Lee Rock added two goals each.
Goalkeeper Sean Roesener made 10 saves for Curley (14-3). The Friars shut out Glenelg (14-5) in the second half.
In the ‘C’ Conference title game, Annapolis Area Christian defeated Indian Creek 17-11.
Annapolis Area's Dylin Borgen scored six goals and four assists.
Sammy Carter and Tyler Sheppard both had three goals and one assist for Indian Creek (13-4).
The game was a rematch of last year’s championship game in which Indian Creek took the title.
This is the first MIAA championship for Annapolis Area Christian (15-2) since they won the ‘B’ Conference in 2009.