TCPerry Hall slips past Dulaney, 6-5Junior attack Keri...

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April 01, 1993|By From Staff Reports


Perry Hall slips past Dulaney, 6-5

Junior attack Keri Folley scored with 45 seconds left in regulation to give Perry Hall a 6-5 win over Baltimore County 4A-3A rival Dulaney yesterday in the opener for both teams.

The game originally was scheduled to be played at Perry Hall but was moved to Dulaney because of poor field conditions.

Dulaney (0-1) trailed 5-3 with 6:30 left in regulation and rallied behind attacks Marilee Bosley and junior Aimee Vaughan.

Bosley, who had three goals, scored at the 23:00 mark to bring the Lions within one. Forty-five seconds later, Vaughan scored unassisted to tie the score.

Perry Hall then won the faceoff with a minute remaining, and Folley picked up a botched pass in front of the goal and flipped it in for the win.

Kerri Johnson led Perry Hall with three goals and Erin Ward added two.

* Liberty 18, Glenelg 4: Sophomore midfielder Amy Rose scored five goals and Chrissy Primavera had four goals and two assists, leading Liberty (1-0) past host Glenelg (1-1).

* Mount Hebron 16, Seton Keough 7: Cathy Nelson had eight goals and one assist to lead No. 1 Mount Hebron (1-0) past No. 10 Seton Keough (0-2). * Thomas Johnson 8, Westminster 3: Kevin Breckenridge went 2-for-3 and had four RBI to lead Thomas Johnson (1-0) past No. 14 Westminster (1-1).

* Glenelg 3, Centennial 3: Glenelg was leading 3-1 in the top of the seventh when Centennial scored two runs to tie. The game was called because of darkness and will be finished at a later date.

* John Carroll 7, Boys' Latin 2: Junior catcher Brian Vollmer had three RBI as host John Carroll (1-0) broke a 2-2 tie with five runs in the bottom of the fourth and went on to defeat Boys' Latin. The game was called in the fifth because of darkness.

* St. Paul's 9, Lake Clifton 7: Carim Khouzami and Greg Yin each had two doubles to highlight a 12-hit attack as St. Paul's (1-0) defeated visiting Lake Clifton (0-1).


* Bel Air 5, Fallston 3: Betsy Rice's single in the 10th inning scored Donna Carter with the go-ahead run and visiting Bel Air (1-0) defeated Fallston (0-1) in a Harford County League game.

* McDonogh 7, IND 6: Trailing 6-5 entering the bottom of the seventh, McDonogh (1-0) rallied for two runs for a victory over No. 11 IND, as a wild pitch by IND (0-1) forced in the game-winning run.

* Spalding 13, Mount de Sales 0: Junior Rachel Synowski had 13 strikeouts and pitched a no-hitter to lead No. 2 Spalding past Mount de Sales in the opener for both teams.

Senior Amy Povloski went 2-for-4 with three RBI for Spalding.

Boys lacrosse

* South Carroll 10, Atholton 4: Greg Blair and Brad Blizzard each scored two goals as South Carroll (1-0) defeated host Atholton (1-1).

* Oakland Mills 8, Bel Air 1: Shannon Hiteschew scored two goals and had two assists to lead Oakland Mills past Bel Air.

* Dulaney 20, Parkville 0: Junior attackman Matthew Stile scored seven goals and had four assists, leading No. 7 Dulaney (2-0, 2-0) past visiting Parkville in a Baltimore County 4A-3A game. Dan Sherwood, Mike Hall and Chris Karppall each added three goals. Scott Macowske, Jeff Brooks and Chad Cavolo combined for 10 saves to post the shutout.

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