Dulaney breezes in semis, 6-2

November 15, 1992|By Glenn P. Graham | Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer

A five-minute stretch early in the second half proved costly for the South Carroll girls soccer team, as Dulaney scored three goals in that period to come away with a 6-2 win in the Class 3A-4A semifinals yesterday at Severna Park.

South Carroll (12-2-1) was unable to contain the front-line trio of Khris- Girls soccer

sy Jackson, Aimee Vaughan and Ali Schuch, who scored all of Dulaney's goals.

"The score was definitely not an indication of the game or our season," South Carroll coach Jim Horn said.

"We had a lot of fun this season and no one can take our CMC [Central Maryland Conference], county and region titles away. It's just a shame it had to end this way."

Trailing 2-1 at halftime, the Cavaliers got out of the gate quickly in the second half and tied it when senior Nikki Robitaille scored ++ off an indirect kick from senior Melissa Moore

The rest of the game belonged to Dulaney.

Jackson scored her second goal nine minutes into the half, Vaughan scored two minutes later and Schuch ended the flurry a few minutes later as Dulaney went up 5-2.

"We played 75 minutes of great soccer, but wasn't there for the other five," Horn said. "We did a good job scoring that goal to tie it up, but after they went back up the air went out of our bubble."

Sophomore Amber Clutter gave the Cavaliers a 1-0 lead 6:18 into the game, scoring after a Dulaney defender failed to clear a ball in front.

Dulaney tied the score midway through the first half when Schuch got around the right corner and sent a cross to a waiting Jackson.

Schuch had an easy time along the right side and had a few more crosses, but the South Carroll sophomore keeper came up big often in the first half to keep it close.

"She played too good to look up and see she gave up six goals tonight," Horn said.

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