Samaras' goals lift Annapolis to victory over Broadneck

May 14, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Cristi Samaras scored six goals to lead No. 4 and host Annapolis to an 11-5 victory over No. 8 Broadneck in a 3A-4A East Region semifinal game yesterday.

* Loch Raven 18, Chesapeake-BC 4: Junior Misty Doonis scored three goals to lead host and No. 3 Loch Raven to a victory over Chesapeake-BC in a 1A-2A South Region semifinal game.

Kim Allen added two goals and two assists for the Raiders.

* Dulaney 10, North County 6: Besty Nuller scored five goals to lead No. 13 Dulaney past visiting North County in a Region 3A-4A South Region semifinal game.

* Fallston 24, Aberdeen 7: Fallston put the game out of reach early with a 12-goal lead by the half -- Julie Haire led Fallston with six goals -- en route to the 1A-2A North Region semifinal win. Krissy Battenfeld added four goals for Fallston.

* Wilde Lake 24, Hammond 20: Visiting Wilde Lake, led by Karen Sutton (nine goals) and Kim Driessan (seven goals, two assists), edged Hammond in a 1A-2A West Region semifinal game.

Nicole Losonsky led the Golden Bears with seven goals and three assists.

* South River 17, Overlea 8: Megan Riley scored five goals to lead host South River past Overlea in Class 1A-2A Region East action.

Erika Lee and Shannon McCleary each added four.

* Perry Hall 12, Parkville 7: Host Perry Hall was led by senior center Karen Bradley with four goals in a 3A-4A North Region game.

* Franklin 13, Woodlawn 7: Darla Burns scored five goals as host Franklin defeated Woodlawn in a 3A-4A South Region semifinal game. Alexia Savold had three goals and two assists for Franklin.

* Centennial 18, Howard 11: Senior Jen Wienecke scored seven goals and one assist to led host Centennial en route to victory over Howard in 3A-4A West Region game.

Amy Shourds led Howard with five goals.

* C. Milton Wright 21, Kenwood 12: Willow Waldrop had four goals and four assists as C. Milton Wright topped host Kenwood in a 3A-4A North Region game.

* Joppatowne 17, Edgewood 12: Sophomore Tiffany Gehring scored a game-high five goals and Emily Francis scored four to lead visiting Edgewood over Joppatowne in a Class 1A-2A North Regional semifinal game.

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