On a night when Century and Westminster played inspired volleyball for two pulsating hours, the Owls had the final word. Westminster outlasted the Knights, 26-24, 23-25, 25-22, 25-22, and improved to 4-0. “I think Century was the team that wanted to beat us the most this season,” said fifth-year coach Westminster coach Ed Benish, whose team is 3-0 against county foes with wins over Francis Scott Key and Manchester Valley as well as Linganore.
The season was moving along quite nicely for the Gerstell boys soccer team until Liberty derailed it just a bit Saturday morning. Liberty ended Gerstell’s three-game winning streak with a 4-3 victory over the host Falcons. The Lions (2-2) made it clear they were eager for a triumph. “It’s our first regular-season win,” said Liberty coach Dave Abarbanel, noting his team beat Urbana and lost to Tuscaraora in the River Hill tournament Sept. 9 before losing to Marriotts Ridge on Sept. 11.
Poolesville football coach Dave Murray was prepared for an aerial attack Friday night against Winters Mill with its spread offense and standout quarterback Alex Barnes. And that’s just what he got from the hosts. But Poolesville survived it and used two touchdown passes from his own quarterback, junior Ethan Gaddis, en route to a 21-10 victory. “They throw the ball a lot more than the teams we are used to playing,” Murray said.
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