Mount Hebron boys surprise No. 3 Oakland Mills by 1-0 No. 2 Curley pushed to OT by St. Joe, but wins, 2-1

Soccer roundup

September 30, 1995|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior Pat Haltr scored the game's only goal, assisted by Mike Stromberg, in the 55th minute as host Mount Hebron (3-2-1) upset No. 3 Oakland Mills (3-1), 1-0, in boys action yesterday.

* Curley 2, Mount St. Joseph 1 OT: Junior Guiliano Celenza scored his 13th goal of the season in overtime to lead visiting No. 2 Curley (6-0) over Mount St. Joseph (1-5).

* Chesapeake-AA 4, Arundel 2: Rich Kuhn scored twice to pace '' No. 4 Chesapeake-AA (6-0) past host Arundel (4-2). Jason Hoyt led Arundel with two goals. Chesapeake-AA outshot Arundel, 17-11.

* Gilman 2, McDonogh 1 OT: Chris McLamb's goal 3:30 into overtime lifted host Gilman (6-3-0) past No. 8 McDonogh.

Eric Holloway scored Gilman's other goal.

Girls

* Fallston 12, Edgewood 0: Beth Rapplald had a hat trick and Beth Blasi added two goals and two assists to lead visiting No. 1 Fallston past Edgewood.

The Cougars outshot (1-4-1) Edgewood, 26-0.

The Rams' Corrinne Slaysman and Katie Single combined for 15 saves, and Emily Weibel had no saves for Fallston.

* Atholton 0, Centennial 0: Julie Kapcala made 16 saves, five more than Rima Sidhu, as Atholton (4-1-1) and No. 6 Centennial (1-2-1) played to a stalemate. Centennial outshot Atholton, 23-17.

* Severna Park 4, Northeast 1: Jill Harrison, Cate Keller, Courtney Lemon and Katie Rowles scored as No. 9 Severna Park (6-0) defeated Northeast.

* Oakland Mills 3, Mount Hebron 0: Senior Brie Warner scored two goals, and junior Michelle Osterberger added two assists as host and No. 12 Oakland Mills (1-2-2) beat Mount Hebron.

* Old Mill 6, Annapolis 0: Alicia Curran and Kristen English each scored twice to power No. 13 Old Mill (3-2-1) past host Annapolis (2-4).

Old Mill outshot Annapolis, 33-4. Annapolis' Stephanie Samaras made 20 saves.

* Wilde Lake 3, Hammond 0: Amanda Berman scored twice in the first and once in the second half to power host No. 15 Wilde Lake (4-2) past Hammond.

Wilde Lake outshot Hammond, 24-6.

Leilani Ho and Ann Merke each registered an assist.

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