North all-stars pull away from South, win, 28-16

June 19, 1993|By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,Staff Writer

A volley of 11 unanswered goals in the second half broke open a close game and propelled the North to a 28-16 win over the South in the 51st Division I all-star game last night.

A Hall of Fame Lacrosse Classic crowd of 1,800 at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field watched the North unlease 11 straight goals after the South's Loyola connection, Kevin Beach and Paul Cantabene, combined on a goal that cut the North's lead to 15-14 in the third quarter.

Colgate's Derek Laub scored six goals and Massachusetts' Mark Millon had five. Beach led the South with three.

The North raced to a 9-1 lead behind three goals and two assists from Millon. The South pulled within 11-8 in the second period, but Laub scored three straight for a 14-8 North edge.

The win gave the North a 26-24-1 edge in the series that started in 1940 at Baltimore's Municipal Stadium.

North 28, South 16 North 10 4 11 3 -- 28

South 3 7 4 2 -- 16

Goals: N -- Riter 3, Watson 2, Marro 2, Millon 5, Archer 3, Laub 6, Busse, Dismile, Firman 2, Marti, Edell, Waltz; S -- Taylor 2, Marcus 2, McMahon 2, Anderson 2, Cantabene, Pehlke, Beach 3, Huggins, Wunder, Ellers. Assists: N -- Riter 3, Millon 3, Archer 3, Towers 2, Busse, Dismile, Firman, Waltz; S -- McMahon, Genovese, Reading, Webster, Cantabene. Saves: N -- Parent 4, LaValle 13; S -- Farrington 10, Kash 7.


Predictably, players from Maryland colleges had a big hand in the South's 9-3 victory over the North in the women's college all-star game at Homewood Field.

Frostburg's Linda Moscato scored two goals and Jennifer Breakley (Towson State), Sabrina Gallagher (Loyola) and Kerstin Manning (Maryland) each had one. Manning was named yesterday as Division I Defender of the Year. Another Terp who played for the South, Mandy Stevenson, was named Goalie of the Year.

It was, according to Maryland coach Cindy Timchal, who directed the South, "a good group of seniors" that enabled the South to chip away at the North's advantage in the series that it leads, 6-3.

"Loyola's two, Gallagher and [Micaela] Grimm, also stood out," said Timchal, who coached the North in 1986 when she was at Northwestern. The South also was bolstered by Penn State's Ann Kolongowski, an alternate on the U.S. Women's Team, which will play in the World Cup in August in Scotland.

"The big thing in an all-star game is getting comfortable with each other," said Heather Dow, U.S. Women's Team assistant coach. "The South did that better. The North played tight."

South 9, North 3 North 0 3 -- 3

South 6 3 -- 9

Goals: N--Mascher 2, Cragin; S--Moscato 2, Breakley, Gallagher, Manning, Duda, Bucci, Breen, Kolongowski. Assists: S--Manning. Saves: N--Biggs 5, DiArcangelo 3; S--Stevenson 6, Polumbus 2.

Division III

Andy Greaves, who led Ohio Wesleyan to the Division III championship game against Hobart, scored three goals to lead the South to a 16-12 win over the North in the Division III all-star game.

The South won for the first time in the 3-year-old series. Weimi Douogiuh (Washington & Lee), Harris Murphy (Washington College) and Colin McGahren (Roanoke) each scored twice.

The South's goalies, David Breslin, the All-American from Ohio Wesleyan, and Gettysburg's Steve Koudelka, combined for 20 saves.

South 16, North 12 North 3 3 1 5 -- 12

South 4 3 2 7 -- 16

Goals: S -- Greaves 3, Douoguin 2, McGahren 2, Murphy 2, Hennegan, Mayer, Dickson, Saums, Stevenson, Hunter, Furnari; N -- Tesoriero 4, Mumford 2, Taylor 2, Johnson, Silcott, Shoulberg, Anderson. Assists: S -- Saums, Stevenson, Hunter, Tomick 3; N -- Williams, Taylor 2, Smith, Johnson. Saves: S -- Brelsin 10; Koudelka 10; N -- Ratobelli 10, Antonelli 5.

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