Players to watch

Erica Bodt, John Carroll School, Junior, Midfield

Jen Cook, McDonogh School, Senior, Attack

Taylor Cummings, McDonogh School, Junior, Midfield

Brooks Lawler, McDonogh School, Senior, Midfield

Maggie McCormick, Liberty, Senior, Midfield

Erica McMunn, Winters Mill, Senior, Attack

Morgan Rubin, Bryn Mawr School, Sr., Midfield

Caroline Seats, Roland Park Country School, Senior, Midfield

Covie Stanwick, Notre Dame Prep, Senior, Attack

Annie Thomas, John Carroll School, Senior, Midfield

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Games to watch

No. 2 Notre Dame Prep at No. 1 McDonogh School, Mar. 24: Early season renewal of the area’s top rivalry.

No. 6 Severna Park at No. 4 South River, Mar. 25: Falcons out for payback after South River ended their three-year as 4A/3A state champs in East Region semifinals last spring.

Good Counsel at No. 5 Winters Mill, Mar. 28: Perennial D.C. area power, ranked No. 2 in nation, takes on defending Class 2A/1A state champions.

No. 1 McDonogh at No. 3 John Carroll School, Mar. 31: Owners of the last four IAAM A championship meet in Bel Air.

No. 6 Severna Park at No. 8 Broadneck, Apr. 7: One of Anne Arundel County’s most intense rivalries. 

No. 8 Broadneck at No. 4 South River, Apr. 16: Rematch of last spring’s 4A/3A East Region finals.

No. 2 Notre Dame Prep at No. 3 John Carroll, Apr. 21: Rematch of last year’s IAAM A semifinals. 

No. 20 St. Paul’s School at No. 1 McDonogh, Apr. 28: Eagles’ coach Chris Robinson matches up against former assistant in Brooke Kuhl-McClelland, who kept Vikings a local and national power after Robinson left Mount Hebron for Owings Mills a decade ago.

St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) at No. 1 McDonogh, Apr. 30: No. 1 team in nation comes to Owings Mills for mega-match with defending national champs.

No. 5 Winters Mill at No. 9 Century, May 3: Battle of defending state champions is Game of the Year in Carroll County.