Friends upended by Gators

March 26, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Sophomore attackman Meghann Donovan had four goals and an assist to lift visiting Seton Keough over No. 6 Friends, 10-6, in a nonleague game yesterday.

Senior attackman Sande Gilbart produced a goal and an assist.

Summer Downing led Friends with three goals. Senior goalkeeper Brandy Meyers had nine saves for Seton Keough (2-2).

* Loch Raven 18, Perry Hall 3: Ten players scored for No. 4 Loch Raven (1-0) as the Raiders beat visiting Perry Hall (0-1) in the season opener for both schools.

* Liberty 16, Wilde Lake 6: Nathalie Skovran, Megan Horneman and Debbie Bourke each scored three goals to lift No. 9 Liberty (3-0) past host Wilde Lake (0-1) in a nonleague contest.

* Centennial 17, Bel Air 2: Freshman attackman Jen Simon

scored five goals as No. 13 Centennial (2-0) defeated visiting Bel Air (0-2) in a nonleague game.

* Howard 19, Pallotti 1: Kelly Krantz scored six goals as Howard (2-0) topped visiting Pallotti in a nonleague game.

* Fallston 16, Glenelg 5: Jenny Weber scored four goals and Kathleen Turk added three as host Fallston (1-0) defeated Glenelg in a nonleague game.

* Maryvale 18, Mercy 4: Meghan Doyle, a junior attackman, scored seven goals and had two assists to lead Maryvale (5-0) to a victory over Mercy (1-1) in a nonleague game.

Meg McLaughlin added four goals and four assists for Maryvale.

* Hammond 19, North Carroll 13: Nicole Losonsky scored eight goals and Lindsay McCaskill contributed six goals and five assists, leading Hammond (1-1) past host North Carroll in a non-league game. Trailing 8-7 at halftime, the Golden Bears exploded for 12 second-half goals.

* John Carroll 9, McDonogh 4: Beanie Lund scored six goals and added an assist as John Carroll defeated visiting McDonogh in a nonleague game. Megan Giorno had nine saves for the Patriots.

* Woodlawn 10, Owings Mills 2: Woodlawn led 6-1 at halftime in their victory over Owings Mills in a nonleague game.

* Joppatowne 12, Aberdeen 6: Betty Ann Pearce and Jamie Doss scored three goals each, leading visiting Joppatowne past Aberdeen in a Harford County League game.

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