Kapcala scores twice in Atholton's 3-1 upset of No. 7 Glenelg

METRO ROUNDUP

October 15, 1994

Damian Kapcala scored two headers as visiting Atholton (3-4, 1-3) upset No. 7 Glenelg (3-1, 3-1), 3-1, in a Howard County League boys soccer game yesterday.

* Oakland Mills 3, Howard 1: Paul Sanin, Simon Bwyla and Natt Cartwright each scored a goal as visiting and No. 14 Oakland Mills (8-1) downed No. 9 Howard (5-4).

* Chesapeake-AA 2, Southern-AA 0: Rob Redmond and Keith Hare each scored a goal to help No. 10 Chesapeake-AA (8-2) defeat host Southern-AA (2-7-1).

* C.Milton Wright 0, Parkville 0: No. 11 C. Milton Wright (8-1-4) failed to score in overtime despite out-shooting host Parkville, 14-11.

Parkville (6-2-1) goalie Frank Eufemia had 11 saves.

* Sparrows Point 18, Western Tech 0: Senior Jeff Harrison scored six goals and added two assists as No. 5 Sparrows Point (8-1) routed host Western Tech.

Field hockey

* Severna Park 2, St. Mary's 1: Seniors Megan Smith and Diane Mooney scored one goal each to lift No. 1 Severna Park (9-0) past visiting St. Mary's.

* Chesapeake-AA 4, Southern-AA 0: Seniors Emily Plenge and Jena Sullivan each scored twice to lead No. 3 ranked Chesapeake-AA (8-2) past Southern-AA (0-9).

* Centennial 4, Hammond 0: Emily Ward scored three goals as No. 4 Centennial (9-0) remained undefeated.

* Garrison Forest 3, St. Paul's 0: Lauren Kline had a goal and an assist for No. 6 Garrison Forest.

* Roland Park 4, St. John's 0: Junior Lizzie Bennett had a goal and an assist to lead No. 7 Roland Park (5-2) past visiting St. John's of Canada.

Volleyball

* Glen Burnie 3, Arundel 0: Heather Hutson was 13-for-14 in serving with six kills and 10 assists and Amy Hutson was 16-for-17 in serving with four aces, eight assists and nine kills, leading No. 2 Glen Burnie (9-1) past visiting Arundel, 15-5, 15-10, 15-0.

* Severna Park 3, Northeast 0: Julie Allen had 10 kills to lead visiting and No. 5 Severna Park (14-2) over Northeast, 15-5, 15-13, 15-4.

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