Sophomore midfielder Nikki Rice's goal with 78 seconds remaining in regulation gave visiting Chesapeake a 4-3 field hockey win over top-ranked Severna Park.

It was the Cougars' first win over Severna Park since the 1970s, according to Chesapeake Coach Melissa Page. "I played for Severna Park, we won states all four years I was there. It's a new era, but it's not about me, it's about the girls, It rewards them," said Page, a third-year coach.

The win improved Chesapeake to 6-1; Severna Park fell to 6-1. . . .

Senior right midfielder Marjie Billings scored off a corner from Maddie Donnelly six minutes into overtime as visiting Stone Ridge beat Holton-Arms, 1-0, in an Independent School League field hockey game. Stone Ridge improved to 4-1; Holton Arms dropped to 3-1. . . .

Junior midfielder Ashley Stodter scored off senior center-forward Victoria Chappa's assist with 11 seconds left in overtime as Good Counsel edged host St. Mary's Ryken, 2-1, in WCAC field hockey. The Falcons improved to 5-1-2, 3-0, while the Knights fell to 2-1 in the WCAC. . . .

Senior right wing Marisa Paska scored off senior Ruth Isenstatt's assist 5 minutes 25 seconds into double-overtime as host Jefferson outlasted Langley, 1-0, in a AAA Liberty District field hockey game.

Jernigan Leads Eagles

Senior forward Alicia Jernigan's 10th goal of the season helped Grace Brethren-Clinton extended its winning streak to nine with a 3-1 victory over Covenant Life in a Potomac Valley Athletic Conference girls' soccer game.

The Eagles (9-1, 5-0) have rebounded since a season-opening loss to Elizabeth Seton, outscoring opponents, 43-6. "We made some position changes," Coach Matt Geier said. "I put Alicia and Alethiea Fadness up front together."

Fadness is the school's all-time leading scorer with 73 goals, including 13 this season. . . .

No. 2 singles Monica Passi defeated Cathrine Lien, 10-2, and the No. 1 doubles team of Samantha Leibovitz and Caroline Goldstein defeated Margo Fuller and Diane Samuels, 10-8, as visiting Holton-Arms beat reigning Montgomery County champion Churchill, 5-2, in girls' tennis.

-- Jon Goldberg