Sparrows Pt. edges Towson in OT


October 08, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Greg Smith scored on a header at the three-minute mark of overtime to lift No. 15 Sparrows Point (6-0) to a 1-0 victory over host Towson (3-2-1) in a boys soccer game yesterday.

Smith took a pass from Jeff Harrison in the left wing and placed it past Towson goalie Matt Summers.

Sparrows Point lost to Towson, 4-3, in overtime last season. The Generals' leading scorer, Jeremy Bendler, left the game in the second half with an arm injury. The Generals missed a breakaway goal with 20 seconds left in regulation.

* Glenelg 2, Hammond 1: Jeff Cline and Tony Marchegiano scored a goal each, leading No. 9 Glenelg over host Hammond.

* Oakland Mills 1, Wilde Lake 0: Dan Stoutenborough scored to move No. 14 Oakland Mills (6-1) over host Wilde Lake (6-1).

* South Carroll 1, Linganore 0: Adam Aulespia scored the game-winner on a penalty kick at 13:30 mark of the second half, leading No. 6 South Carroll (8-0) past Linganore.

Girls soccer

* Loch Raven 11, Owings Mills 1: Courtney Martinez scored four goals and Sharon Huesman, Wendy Yingling, Bridget Harthausen each had two, leading No. 2 Loch Raven (7-0) past host Owings Mills (2-4).

* South River 2, Old Mill 1: Cassidy Dunbar scored twice in the second half, leading No. 10 South River past visiting No. 12 Old Mill (5-3).

* Wilde Lake 4, Oakland Mills 2: Amanda Berman scored two goals and had an assist as No. 7 Wilde Lake (5-2) rallied with three second-half goals to defeat Oakland Mills.

Field hockey

* Centennial 3, Mount Hebron 2: Emily Ward scored a goal and had an assist, leading No. 4 Centennial (6-0) past host Mount Hebron.

* Garrison Forest 2, Maryvale 0: Courtney Oftin and Lauren Klein each scored a goal to lift No. 5 Garrison Forest (2-0-1) over visiting Maryvale.


* Perry Hall 3, Dundalk 0: Beth Parker was 18-for-18 in serving and had eight aces, lifting No. 8 Perry Hall (6-0) past visiting Dundalk, 15-10, 15-4, 15-3.

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