Southern-AA wins in OT, 10-9

April 16, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Senior attack wing Kari Sherbert scored all three of Southern-AA's (2-3) overtime goals, including the sudden-death game-winner, as the Bulldogs defeated South River, 10-9, yesterday.

Sherbert finished with four goals, and South River's Shannon McCleary led all scorers with six goals.

* Roland Park 15, John Carroll 2: Lizzy Bennett, Catherine Passano, Melissa Cully, Peggy Boutillier and Alli Harper each scored two goals, leading No. 2 Roland Park.

* Mount Hebron 21, Howard 15: Cathy Nelson scored seven goals for No. 6 Mount Hebron (5-1).

* Liberty 18, North Carroll 6: Megan Horneman scored five goals to lead No. 7 Liberty.

* Seton Keough 11, Severn 9: Kim Howes had four goals and two assists for host and No. 13 Seton Keough (4-4).

* Centennial 17, Wilde Lake 9: Jennifer Simon and Chrissy Ssakiaonos each scored four goals, leading host and No. 12 Centennial.

* Bryn Mawr 9, St. Paul's 5: Carol Fakhry scored four goals and Ginna Fingles contributed three and two assists, leading host and No. 11 Bryn Mawr.

* Oakland Mills 20, Hammond 12: Brie Rydstrom scored seven goals and Elizabeth Koza contributed five for host Oakland Mills.

* North County 15, Glen Burnie 6: April Hall scored six goals and Melanie McMullen contributed five, leading North County.

* Chesapeake-AA 18, Old Mill 3: Lori Wlodarczyk scored six goals, leading Chesapeake-AA.

* Arundel 17, Meade 3: Jill Jones led host Arundel with five goals, and Katie Hanburger added four.

* C. M. Wright 11, Joppatowne 6: Senior Willow Waldrop scored four goals to lead host C. M. Wright (5-2) past Joppatowne (3-1). * Fallston 22, Aberdeen 4: Fallston was led by Kathleen Turk, who had five goals and three assists.

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