West, Centennial stop Bel Air, 2-1


October 01, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Brian West scored both goals, including the game-winner in overtime, as No. 4 Centennial (2-0-2) edged visiting Bel Air, 2-1, in a boys soccer game yesterday.

West got past a defender on the right flank and beat the goalie to the far post at the 27-minute mark of the extra session to put in the game winner.

West scored his first goal in the fourth minute of the first half.

Girls soccer

McDonogh 5, Spalding 0: Laurie Schwoy scored four goals and added one assist to lead top-ranked McDonogh (10-0-1) past visiting Spalding.

* Wilde Lake 4, Joppatowne 0: Amanda Berman had a goal and an assist and Carrie Brelsford, Bridget White, Kristen Riismandel each scored, leading No. 6 Wilde Lake (3-1) past visiting Joppatowne.

Goalies Tonya Dedmond and Rachel Grey combined for the shutout.

* Mercy 1, John Carroll 1: Katie Tiburzi's second-half goal gave host John Carroll (1-3-2) a tie with No. 9 Mercy (5-2-1). Heather Miskiewicz scored for Mercy.

Field hockey

Fallston 5, Edgewood 0: Carrie Grable had two goals to lead No. 2 Fallston (4-0) past visiting Edgewood (0-5).

* Chesapeake-AA 1, North County 0 (OT): Jana Sullivan scored the game's only goal one minute into overtime, lifting No. 4 Chesapeake-AA (5-0) over North County (0-3-2). Katie McCordick had 15 saves for North County.

* Centennial 2, Glenelg 0: Jeannie Lee and Emily Ward each scored, leading No. 5 Centennial (5-0) past Glenelg. Becca Arminger had three saves for Centennial.

* Pikesville 3, Hereford 1: No. 7 Pikesville (4-0) used first-half goals by Beth Cohen and Melissa Sugar to defeat visiting Hereford.

* North Carroll 3, Thomas Johnson 0: No. 14 North Carroll (4-1) had three players score in the shutout of visiting Thomas Johnson.


Glen Burnie 3, Southern-AA 0: Heather Hudson went 11-for-11 from the service line and had five aces, three kills and five assists as No. 2 Glen Burnie (6-0) defeated host Southern-AA (2-4), 15-2, 15-2, 15-8.

Amy Hudson was 14 of 15 from the service line with five aces, nine kills and 12 assists. Megan Matukonis was 15 of 15 from the service line with three aces and three kills.

* Perry Hall 3, Eastern Tech 0: Senior Jasmine Gieron had six kills and sophomore Beth Pancake was 14-for-14 from the service line with seven aces in No. 8 Perry Hall's (4-1) victory over visiting Eastern Tech.

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