* Annapolis -- Homecoming is set for Friday as the...

High school notebook

October 25, 1992|By Pat O'Malley and Roch Eric Kubatko

* Annapolis -- Homecoming is set for Friday as the Fighting Panthers play host to Chesapeake at 7:30 p.m. at Al Laramore Field, Richard Ensor Stadium. The football game will be televised on Annapolis Cable, Channel 19.

* Archbishop Spalding -- Senior goalie Angie Frazetti posted her sixth shutout of the season by 1-0 over Arundel for the 7-3-1 Cavaliers' field hockey team this week.

* Arundel -- Senior Gary Carpenter became the first golfer in county history to win three consecutive county titles with a 4-over par-75 Tuesday at Eisenhower Course.

* Broadneck -- The Bruins' Bob Weatherly, a senior defensive back, started the weekend with seven interceptions, tops in the county.

* Chesapeake -- Brandon Steinheim started the weekend as the county's leading rusher, with 1,119 yards to 1,041 by Severn's Jake Mack.

* Glen Burnie -- The Gophers' golf team was a surprising fifth ahead of Chesapeake and North County (tied for sixth), Old Mill (eighth) and Meade (ninth) in the county golf tournament taken by defending champion Arundel.

* Meade -- The Mustangs' field hockey team (0-8) became the 35th consecutive regular-season victim of unbeaten Severna Park (10-0) but barely, by 1-0, thanks to 24 saves by goalie Melissa Chasson.

* North County -- Quarterback Eric Howard started the weekend with a county season-record 17 touchdown passes, surpassing the record of 16 set by Southern's Bob Holman in 1971 and tied in 1990 by North County's Johnny Ray.

* Northeast -- Freshman Anna Otto came within four saves of the county record with 24 in a 2-2 tie against Broadneck in girls soccer.

* Old Mill -- After losing its sixth game Oct. 16, the Patriots' football team clinched its first losing season in several years and has the dubious distinction of being the school's only losing team this fall.

* Severn -- The Admirals' football team (8-0) received a forfeit fromBaltimore's Douglass on Friday when the Ducks were sportsmanlike enough not to play a scheduled 3:30 game so Severn students could attend the funeral service of a foreign exchange student.

* Severna Park -- The Falcons' JV girls soccer team blanked Chesapeake, 2-0, Wednesday to stop the Cougars' 44-game winning streak.

* Southern -- After going 3-7-2 last fall, the Dawgs' field hockey team ran its record to 3-4-2 last week in a 2-2 tie against Broadneck.

* South River -- Coach Dave Summey's Seahawks football team (5-2 starting the weekend) is going to need some help to return to the Class 3A playoffs after being routed by Perry Hall, 26-6, on Oct. 17.

* St. Mary's -- The Saints' junior kicker, Mark Kiefer, got his county-leading fifth field goal of the season a week ago but is four away from the county record of nine set by Old Mill's Steve Oliver last year.

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