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Junior Claire Cassidy scored five goals for the second MCAL game in a row to help lead Marin Catholic past Tam, 12-4, on Thursday. Wildcats sophomore Emma Slaught had three goals and seniors Hannah Slaught and Bella Kiriakis had two goals each.

Marin Catholic senior goalkeeper Noelle Antongiovanni had seven saves.

The victory pushes Marin Catholic’s record to 3-0, following Tuesday’s 13-7 win over Terra Linda. The Wildcats were led by Cassidy’s five goals and Slaught’s four goals. Antongiovanni had 14 saves.

Catherine Fahrner scored twice to lead Terra Linda, along with one goal each from Emily Erickson, Jesse Dunn, Rosie Lucchesi, Julia Hamilton and Katherine McPhail.

• Adella Frender scored four goals to lead Redwood past Terra Linda 9-6 on Wednesday. Sydney Moseley netted three goals and Kate Deforrest had two goals for the Giants.

Giants goalie Stella Cico stopped 22 shots behind solid defense from Moseley and Frender.

Senior Rosie Lucchesi led Terra Linda with four goals, while Catherine Fahrhner and Emily Erickson each scored a goal.

Girls golf

Marin Academy continued its first-year success Thursday with a 189-245 victory over Holy Names at Peacock Gap. The Wildcats (5-1) were led by Parker Rothbart’s 5-over par 41 and Cameron Colpitt’s 46.

Field hockey

Redwood took out its frustrations against Archie Williams in a 10-0 victory on Thursday. Sammy Haan led the way with three goals, while Chandi Sexton and Amanda Mueller each had two goals. Natalie Poncet, Avery Kaster and Eleanor Titcombe each scored a goal.

The Giants settled for a 1-1 tie against Lick-Wilmerding on Wednesday. Redwood took 20 shots on goal and eight corners, but only Poncet found the back of the net to give the Giants a 1-0 lead. Lick tied the game with two minutes left to play.

Girls volleyball

Jaden Hendrickson posted a double-double with 15 kills and 12 digs, helping lead Redwood to a 25-23, 25-14, 25-18 victory against Tam Wednesday night.

The two teams entered the match unbeaten in league. Redwood (9-4, 2-0 MCAL) sits in a first-place tie with Marin Catholic following the win.
Setter Kaley Mathews piled up 34 assists and four blocks. Ella Moran had 15 digs and a pair of aces and Emma McDermott chipped in with 12 kills. Katelyn McKnew had a team-high five blocks.

Tam (16-3, 2-1) got double-doubles from Natalia Clifford (12 kills, 11 digs) and Wesley Slavin (26 assists, 14 digs). Katherine Moriarty had 12 kills, eight digs and two aces.

• Outside hitter Elsa Snipes had 17 kills, eight digs and four aces as Archie Williams secured a 25-19, 25-12, 25-23 win against San Rafael. The Peregrine Falcons (12-2, 2-1) also got strong games from Lauren Barnwell (eight kills, five aces, two digs) and setter Reese Fraser (26 assists, six digs, three aces, two blocks).

Freshman Elsa Kehoe had nine digs, seven kills and an ace for the Bulldogs (12-3, 1-2). Anna Merk added four aces, three kills and two blocks.

• Setter Ruby Kuerschner had a busy night, dishing out 38 assists to go with 13 digs, seven kills and five aces to lead Terra Linda to a 25-14, 25-17, 22-25, 25-17 win against San Marin. TL (15-5, 1-1) also got an 18-kill, 14-dig performance from outside hitter Ceci Osborn plus 13 kills and two blocks from Olivia Brewster.

Sports Briefs: Cassidy’s hot hand leads MC past Tam

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