Francis Scott Key Eagles

1991 Girls Soccer Outlooks

September 08, 1991

Coach: Joe Linthicum, 1st year

Assistant coach: Sue Piper

Last year's record: 3-10 overall, lost to Hereford in regional tournament; 0-4 and fifth in county; 3-5 and tied for 3rd in Monocacy Valley Athletic League

Top returnees: Seniors, goalie/midfielder Cathi Bower, midfielder Heidi Straub; juniors, wings Erin Murphey, TinaWales, sweeper Jen Keys

Top newcomers: Senior, defender Susie Small; juniors, fullbacks Mary Brown, Jeni Schwartz, forward Becky Buntin; sophomore, midfielder Paula Koontz

Coach's comments: "We're very young. We're going to make some mistakes. We hope to be competitivethroughout the season."

The Carroll County Sun's outlook: This isa very young team that doesn't have much depth. Still, there is experience on offense, especially with Murphey and Wales, who give the Eagles some scoring punch. If the defense comes together, Francis ScottKey could surprise some teams. As the smallest school in the county,Key probably won't be in contention for the Carroll title. Middletown still will be the class of the Monocacy Valley Athletic League and Catoctin has done well in recent years. South Hagerstown, meanwhile, has added the sport this year, giving the loop some Washington Countyflavor in girls soccer. Still, if the Eagles win just three or four games, that should be enough to earn a spot in the regional playoffs.And if the junior dominated team does well this year, that bodes well for Key next year.

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