No. 9 Mercy wins in soccer

METRO ROUNDUP

September 28, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Junior forward Lacey Morley had a goal and an assist to pace No. 9 Mercy over 15th-ranked and visiting Howard, 5-2, in girls soccer action yesterday.

With the Lions closing down around the area's second-leading scorer, Heather Miskiewicz, Morley found an opening to score in the upper right corner of the goal 13:25 into the game for a 1-0 lead. Then 4:25 after Howard tied the game at 1-1, Morley put the Sharpshooters (5-1-1) ahead for good by feeding Tina Steck for a score off a touch pass.

"All the defenders surround Heather," Morley said. "That leaves me wide-open for a pass back or cutting in."

Howard (1-2-1) had to settle for single-shot opportunities, but did regroup to close to within 3-2 after Karen Krupka powered in a goal between a crowd of defenders 17 minutes into the second half.

However, one minute later, Miskiewicz intercepted a clearing pass and scored on a one-on-one situation with goalkeeper Elissa Shefrin.

Field hockey

* Fallston 1, F.S. Key 0: Meredith Weinhold deflected a passing shot from Laura Grabowski into the cage three minutes into overtime, to get No. 2 Fallston (2-0) past visiting Francis Scott Key.

It marked the first time Fallston had won in the brief series after a loss and a tie the last two years. This was a matchup of defending state champions; Key (1-5) had won Class 1A and Fallston 2A last year.

* Centennial 2, Bel Air 0: Allison Altscher scored twice in the final 23 minutes as No. 5 Centennial shut out visiting and No. 9 Bel Air.

Altscher (tied for seventh in the area in scoring heading into the game) scored her team-leading fourth goal of the season with 1:40 left. She knocked home the rebound of a Jen Silverman shot for the 2-0 final.

* Bryn Mawr 1, Friends 0: Katie MacColl scored the second-half game-winner at the 40th minute as host and No. 12 Bryn Mawr (3-0) shut out No. 15 Friends (1-2).

MacColl scored during a corner on an assist by Emily Hickman. Lauren Ellis made 10 saves for Friends, seven more than Kristin Garro.

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