Vengeful Sparrows Point upsets No. 14 Dulaney, 4-3 Brooks, Bieneman score 7 goals in Catholic rout

Soccer and Field hockey

September 13, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sparrows Point, still smarting after losing the Baltimore County championship last season to Perry Hall, raced to a 4-0 lead and survived 24 minutes of man-down play to upset host and 14th-ranked Dundalk, 4-3, yesterday in boys soccer.

The Pointers (1-2), who played three top 10 teams this week, were issued a red card midway through the second half when a defender batted down a shot on goal in the box.

No. 9 Severna Park 6, North County 0: Jon King scored two goals and Adam Young had two assists as the Eagles (2-2-0) won their second straight game.

Dulaney 9, Poly 2: Stopper Romas Krywonis scored twice and midfielder Steve Will had three assists as the host Lions (3-0) smashed the Engineers.

Severn 2, St. Paul's 1: Branden Wright and Matt Wright each scored in the host Admirals' (1-0-2) win over the Crusaders (1-4).

Girl's soccer

No. 1 Catholic 10, Carver A&T 0: Nicole Brooks (four) and Becky Bieneman (three) combined for seven goals as the Cubs (4-0) blasted the Wildcats. Natalie Loftus contributed a goal and two assists for Catholic.

Centennial 1, No. 5 C. Milton Wright 1: Jamie Gerhart's penalty kick goal with 18: 47 left in the game salvaged a tie for the host Mustangs (1-0-2). Jane Williams had given the Eagles (1-0-1) a lead in the first half with a penalty kick.

Mount Hebron 2, No. 15 McDonogh 1, OT: Midfielder Annie Collins took a pass from Becky Purtell four minutes into overtime and scored to lift the Vikings (2-1) to an upset win over the host Eagles (3-1-1).

Field hockey

Spalding 1, No. 6 McDonogh 1: Beth Pryor scored with 5: 50 remaining in the second half as the host Cavaliers (0-0-1) and Eagles played to a draw in an AIS A Division Homer League game. Stacie Green provided McDonogh's only goal.

No. 9 Francis Scott Key 1, No. 7 North Carroll 0: Stephanie Lawrence, assisted by Kim Mathias, scored the game-winning goal with 58 seconds left to lift the visiting Eagles (1-1) over the Panthers (1-1).

No. 11 Chesapeake-AA 3, South River 2: Senior Wendy Ison scored an unassisted goal with three minutes left to keep the visiting Cougars undefeated (2-0).

No. 13 Centennial 3, Glenelg 0: Christi Rochelle scored all three goals as the Eagles cruised to a road victory and improved to 1-1.

No. 14 Bryn Mawr 0, John Carroll 0: Christy Daniel made 33 saves as John Carroll held off Bryn Mawr for a scoreless tie.

Severn 2, Lutheran 0: Reilly West and Biff Moorehead each scored a goal in the Admirals' (2-1) victory.

Pub Date: 9/13/97

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