Glenelg boys surprise No. 8 Hammond, 2-1

Soccer roundup

November 01, 1995|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

After ninth-ranked Hammond tied the score at one with eight minutes left, Aaron Fallon scored off a deflection to push Glenelg into the Class 2A South semifinals in boys soccer with a 2-1

victory.

The Gladiators improve to 4-6-1.

* Howard 4, J.M. Bennett 0: Peter Bachman scored twice and Sean Morgan made 10 saves as Howard (3-6-2) beat visiting J.M. Bennett to advance to the Class 3A East semifinals.

* Oakland Mills 5, Great Mills 1: Junior Jason Gotis scored two of his three goals in the second half and had an assist, as host Oakland Mills won its Class 2A South Region quarterfinal game.

* Towson 1, Lansdowne 0: Josh Westerfelt scored in the second half off a cross from Adam Wierman to lead Towson (6-5-2) over Lansdowne (4-8-1) in a Class 2A North quarterfinal game.

* Overlea 3, Owings Mills 2: John Cioka scored on a header off a corner kick with three minutes left as visiting Overlea (10-3-1) eliminated Owings Mills (3-9-1) in a Class 2A North quarterfinal.

Girls soccer

* Centennial 4, North Carroll 0: Melissa Schreibstein scored nine minutes into the game as No. 6 Centennial dominated from the start in a victory over visiting North Carroll in a Class 3A-4A West quarterfinal.

Michelle Clare's header off a cross from Alexia Vogler gave the Eagles (10-3-1) a 2-0 lead 16 minutes into the contest.

Jane Williams and Kristen Dinisio added first-half goals to end the scoring. North Carroll completed its season at 4-8-1.

Centennial next will play the winner of today's game matching Westminster at Howard.

* Hammond 4, Southern-AA 0: With a stifling defensive effort, Hammond (4-10) shut out visiting Southern-AA (5-7-1). Lindsay Borys scored twice to lead the offense.

* Oakland Mills 8, Great Mills 0: Ginny Dye scored four times and Oakland Mills (5-6-2) held host Great Mills (7-6) to three shots in a Class 1A-2A South quarterfinal game.

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