Players to watch

Katlyn Axenfeld, Reservoir, Sr., Midfielder

Lexi Cavey, Severna Park, Jr., Goalie

Madison Cyr, Winters Mill, Jr., Forward

Meghenn Jackson, Broadneck, Jr., Forward

Jessica Martin, Patterson Mill, Sr., Defender

Jocelyn McCoy, Archbishop Spalding, Sr., Goalie

Gabby Moreno, Severna Park, Jr., Forward

Maggie Morrison, Archbishop Spalding, Sr., Forward

Ashley Spivey, McDonogh School, Jr., Forward

Gabby Tana, Maryvale Prep, Sr., Midfielder


Games to watch

Bishop O’Connell (VA) at No. 2 McDonogh, Sept. 2: Eagles open with WCAC power in a matchup of Mid-Atlantic region powers.

No. 3 Mercy at No. 11 Loch Raven, Sept. 7: Defending Class 1A state champ Raiders get early non-league test against IAAM A power.

McDonogh School Invitational, Sept. 11-12: Among the top events in the region with Maryvale Prep, Spalding, New York’s Rye, Paul VI (VA) and Bishop O’Connell in field.

No. 4 South River at No. 6 Severna Park, Sept. 15: Early match could go long way in deciding Anne Arundel County champ.

No. 18 Catonsville at No. 14 Hereford, Sept. 24: Bulls look for revenge against Comets in rematch of last fall’s Baltimore County title game.

michelle boivin, dani beard, maggie morrison, jocelyn mccoyGood Counsel at No. 1 Spalding, Oct. 4: Reigning Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champ meets IAAM A champion.

No. 9 Fallston at No. 8 C. Milton Wright, Oct. 4: Defending Class 3A state champions renew rivalry with Mustangs with spot in UCBAC finals likely at stake.

No. 1 Spalding at No. 2 McDonogh, Oct. 13: First of three key battles in the IAAM A. 

No. 3 Mercy at No. 2 McDonogh, Oct. 18: Magic could claim stake to No. 1 with Spalding right after Eagles.

No. 1 Spalding at No. 3 Mercy, Oct. 20: Rematch of last fall’s IAAM A title game.