Fallston checks Edgewood, wins, 2-0

October 03, 1992|By Katherine Dunn | Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer

Fallston scored twice in the first 15 minutes and held on to beat Edgewood, 2-0, in the first Harford County field hockey league game for both yesterday at Fallston.

The Cougars (4-1) dominated the Field hockey

game, outshooting Edgewood, 10-2. They didn't allow the Rams (2-2) a first-half shot and only two in the second half.

Veterans Jenny Haslbeck and Jenny Clark led a tough Fallston defense that rarely allowed the ball near goalie Jenny Smith. Smith touched the ball four times -- twice for saves and twice to clear the ball.

The victory came two days after the Cougars lost their first game of the season, 2-1 in overtime, to Francis Scott Key of Carroll County.

The Cougars' goals came within two minutes of each other.

Nicole Taylor scored first. She shot the ball, and, as Edgewood keeper Becky Hoover stepped up to kick the ball, it rolled off her foot. Taylor lunged and tapped the ball into the cage.

Haslbeck scored on a penalty stroke with 14:54 left in the half. .

Kenwood 2, Lansdowne 0

Junior wings Chrissy Smith and Dawn Walker scored unassisted goals as Kenwood (1-1-1, 1-0-1) downed Lansdowne. Smith scored at the 21:35 mark of the first half, and Walker scored 11:30 into the second


Loch Raven 5, Owings Mills 0

Senior wing Krisi Murakoshi had a hat trick as Loch Raven (4-0) defeated Owings Mills. Junior forward Lauren Volk added two goals.

Glenelg 2, North Carroll 0

Heather Inkman scored two goals and Amy Dutra had two assists as Glenelg (4-0) downed visiting North Carroll (1-2-2).

Towson 5, Sparrows Point 0

Beth Bernhardt scored two goals and assisted another as Towson (1-1, 1-0) beat visiting Sparrows Point (0-2, 0-2) in a Baltimore County 2A-1A game.

Dulaney 2, Perry Hall 1

Karen Crowley scored in the first half and Natalie Thingelstad scored in overtime to lead Dulaney (1-2, 1-0) over Perry Hall (1-2, 1-1) in Baltimore County 4A-3A action.

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