Severna Park edges Broadneck, 2-1

Soccer

September 19, 1990|By Alan Widmann

Brian Peterson's second goal of the game, on a penalty kick with 9 minutes, 50 seconds to play, lifted fourth-ranked Severna Park over host and No. 6 Broadneck, 2-1, in a key Anne Arundel County 4A League game last night.

The penalty was called when Broadneck's Mark Patrick, a junior defender from Harrogate, England, committed an inadvertent hand-ball when Peterson's direct kick struck him in the face.

Peterson drilled his penalty shot past Bruins (0-1, 1-1) keeper Sean Tettemer and into the lower, left corner. The goal broke a 1-1 tie forged four minutes earlier when Broadneck's Matt Weimer headed in a long throw-in by Rich Aftoora.

Severna Park (1-0, 1-1), playing on Broadneck's home field for the third straight year, had taken a 1-0 lead when Peterson converted Mark Budzinski's give-and-go feed in the 14th minute.

"Anybody who watched knows that the better team lost," Peterson said. "I feel sorry for them losing on a penalty kick, because they outplayed us all the way."

"But I'm sure we'll see them again in the playoffs."

In other games: Teddy Oh, Josh Baer and Stu Amateau scored, as third-ranked Centennial slipped past 10th-ranked Calvert Hall, Jose Alonso had a goal and an assist in St. Paul's 3-2 victory over visiting Loyola.

Jim Shaffer scored three goals, as eighth-ranked Towson routed visiting Woodlawn, 9-0.

Dean Coccia and Steve Kopp scored a goal each for Chesapeake (Anne Arundel), as the host Cougars defeated Old Mill, 2-0.

Pat Mohrs' two goals led visiting Archbishop Spalding over St. Mary's, 3-0.

Athan Sunderland and Fred Lohr each scored a goal, as Gilman defeated Cardinal Gibbons, 2-0.

John Pellegrini's first-half goal lifted John Carroll over visiting Mount St. Joseph, 1-0.

Jeremy Trimble, Steve Trainor and Andy Clapsaddle each had a goal, as visiting Lutheran beat Arlington Baptist, 3-0.

Howie Schwartz and Dom Apollon scored goals in host McDonogh's 2-0 win over Friends.

Nick Hynson had a goal and an assist, as Glen Burnie defeated Southern (Anne Arundel), 3-0.

Aron Bassoff scored three goals in Liberty's 6-0 win against visiting Francis Scott Key.

Girls

Amanda Simmons scored three goals in visiting Meade's 5-1 victory over Northeast.

Patapsco had goals from six different players, as the visiting Patriots routed Dundalk, 18-0.

Amy Myers scored four goals, as Chesapeake (Anne Arundel) defeated Old Mill, 6-1.

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