Players to watch


Michael Gamble, McDonogh School, Jr., Attack

Joe Glos, Perry Hall, Sr., Forward

Julian Griggs, McDonogh, Sr., Forward

Andrew Harris, Gilman School, Jr., Goalie

Malcolm Harris, McDonogh, Jr., Defender

Seth Moses, Loch Raven, Sr., Midfielder

Cody Neidermeier, Broadneck, Jr., Goalie

Jalen Robinson, Mount St. Joseph, Jr., Defender

Patrick Sullivan, Marriotts Ridge, Sr., Midfielder

Zach Wenger, Calvert Hall College, Sr., Defender


Mike St. MartinGames to watch

No. 13 Fallston at No. 10 River Hill, Sept. 7: UCBAC champ Cougars meet up perennial Howard County power

No. 2 McDonogh at No. 11 Loch Raven, Sept. 7: Defending Class 1A state champ Raiders start rigorous non-league schedule with arguably the area’s most talented team.

McDonogh Invitational, Sept. 10-11: No. 4 Perry Hall, No. 16 Curley and Malvern Prep (PA) join Eagles for two-day mixer.

No. 2 McDonogh at No. 1 Mount St. Joseph, Sept. 14: No. 1 at stake in rematch of MIAA A title game won by Gaels in PKs.

No. 9 Loyola at No. 5 Gilman, Sept. 14: MIAA A title hopefuls meet in first of two regular season meetings.

No. 11 Loch Raven at No. 4 Perry Hall, Sept. 15: Seth Moses and Joe Glos, teammates on national powerhouse Baltimore Bays U-17 squad, square off. 

No. 5 Gilman at No. 1 Mount St. Joseph, Sept. 23: No rest for defending MIAA A champs with strong Greyhound squad visiting Irvington.

No. 4 Perry Hall at No. 14 Dulaney, Sept. 25: Lions look to serve notice against defending Baltimore County champs.

No. 3 Broadneck at No. 15 Severna Park, Sept. 30: Bruins seek upper hand in tough Anne Arundel County race.

No. 10 River Hill at No. 7 Marriotts Ridge, Oct. 22: Howard County championship could be on the line.