Wright stuns No. 12 Mount St. Joe, 7-1

September 11, 1993|By From Staff Reports

Sophomore attackman Eric Litras scored four goals to lift host C. Milton Wright over No. 12 Mount St. Joseph, 7-1, yesterday in boys soccer.

Sophomore midfielder Peter Troilo added two goals.

* Boys' Latin 3, St. Mary's 0: Junior forward Jason Quenzer's goal and assist helped Boys' Latin defeat St. Mary's. Lakers senior Sean Gruver had six saves.

* Archbishop Curley 2, Gilman 0: Senior Mike Liber and freshman Juliano Celenza scored to lift No. 3 Curley (1-0) over No. 11 Gilman.

* Fallston 1, Loyola 0: Mike Guiffrida scored the game-winner off an assist from Brian Benner 19:37 into the second half to lead No. 7 Fallston (1-0) past Loyola.

* Harford Christian 2, Bohemia Manor 2: Harford Christian and Bohemia Manor played to a 2-2 tie in the opener for both schools. Phil Kojak had a goal and an assist for Harford Christian.

Girls soccer

* St. Mary's 3, Riverdale Baptist 0: Erin Hon scored twice to lead the No. 8 Saints (2-0) past Riverdale Baptist.

* Seton Keough 2, IND 1: Karen Murphy and Kathy Dunaway scored to lead the Gators (1-0) past IND (0-1).

* McDonogh 5, Dulaney 1: Sophomore attack Laurie Schwoy and senior attack Sonia Chase scored two goals each to lead visiting No. 3 McDonogh over No. 5 Dulaney. Ali Shuch scored for Dulaney.

Field hockey

* Francis Scott Key 2, Fairfield (Pa.) 1: Sophomore Stacey Greene had a goal and an assist, as Francis Scott Key (1-0) defeated visiting Fairfield (0-1). Junior Holly Talbert had Key's other goal.

* St. Mary's 3, John Carroll 0: Senior Jenn Naccari had two goals and an assist, as St. Mary's (1-0) scored three second-half goals to defeat John Carroll (0-1). Senior Shelby Lord had a goal and an assist for St. Mary's.

* Harford Christian 2, Bohemia Manor 0: Suzanne Acres scored her second goal of the year to lead Harford Christian (2-0) over Bohemia Manor. Acres assisted on the other goal.

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