No. 1 Centennial rolls past Poly, 6-1

ROUNDUP

November 03, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Brian West and Andrew Peverly each scored two goals as No. 1 Centennial (11-0-2) defeated host Poly, 6-1, in Class 3A East action.

* Glenelg 13, Chopticon 0: Reg Brown and Tony Marchegiano each scored two goals and made two assists as No. 13 Glenelg (8-4) shut out visiting Chopticon (0-13) in Class 2A South boys soccer action.

* Oakland Mills 5, Surrattsville 0: Jason Gotis scored a goal and added an assist as No. 12 Oakland Mills (11-2) shut out Surrattsville (3-6-2).

* Loch Raven 2, Fallston 1: Visiting Loch Raven (11-3) made four of its first five penalty kicks to two for No. 6 Fallston (10-2-1) and held on for a 7-5 margin to advance in the Class 2A North regional.

* Wilde Lake 8, Central 0: Jeff Curtis scored twice and made one assist as host Wilde Lake (4-7-1) shut out Central of Prince George's (1-11) in 1A South action. Wilde Lake outshot Central, 21-6.

* North Harford 7, Aberdeen 1: Chris Roberts and Mike Piccolo scored two goals to lead No. 4 North Harford (13-0-1) past Aberdeen.

Girls soccer

* Centennial 3, Franklin 1: Michelle Clare scored three goals in the first half to lead No. 5 Centennial (14-0) over host Franklin (6-6-1) in a 3A-4A West game.

* Glenelg 3, Hammond 2: Carolyn Flowers scored two goals and Monica Dodd added the winning goal as Glenelg (9-4-1) edged (( Hammond in a 1A-2A South region game.

* Hereford 1, Loch Raven 0: Visiting Hereford (9-4) outshot No. 3 Loch Raven 8-7 in a double-shootout victory in a 1A-2A North Region game.

The teams were tied at 6 after the first shootout. Jen Jones scored the go-ahead goal in the second shootout. Bulls sophomore goalie Kate MacFarlane had 26 saves.

The Raiders (12-2), who were the defending 1A-2A champions, have lost only three games in two years.

Field hockey

* Atholton 1, Chopticon 0: Lea Nichols scored the lone goal as Atholton (8-3-2) edged Chopticon (9-4) in a 2A South region game.

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