Gilman’s second-ranked soccer team showed no hangover from its first loss of the year, Monday at McDonogh, as the Greyhounds bounced back with a strong effort on Tuesday, defeating host John Carroll in MIAA A Conference action.
Goalkeeper Andrew Harris led another shutout effort for the Greyhounds, who have allowed just six goals in 14 games this fall. Harris had four saves against the Patriots.
Tanner Vosvick fueled the offense with two goals.
Gilman (10-1-3) improved to 6-1-2 in the conference. The Greyhounds have 20 points, four behind first-place McDonogh. The Greyhounds will have off Wednesday before getting right back to work with a game at Archbishop Curley on Thursday. Gilman will also play a non-league game at Friends on Saturday morning.
Despite the loss, John Carroll is still a strong contender in the playoff chase. The Patriots (2-7-0) are 2-6 in the league. They trail Curley and Loyola by three points for one of the final two playoff spots. John Carroll will visit Mount St. Joseph on Thursday and then travel to Curley on Saturday.