Top-ranked River Hill cruises, 3-0 Hebron girls win in soccer

St. Paul's romps in hockey

September 27, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sam Salganik and Aaron McKinley scored seven minutes apart in the second half to lead No. 1-ranked River Hill past host Long Reach, 3-0, in boys soccer yesterday.

Salganik's goal was his fourth of the week, in three games.

River Hill (6-0) outshot the Lightning, 22-2, in the Howard County league game. Long Reach fell to 2-1.

Other boys soccer results:

No. 3 Calvert Hall 3, Gilman 0: Cam Letke, Brett Wagner and Matt Joseph had one goal each in the host Cardinals' shutout. Calvert Hall outshot Gilman, 28-5.

No. 5 Hammond 2, Glenelg 1: Midfielder Ryan Pflugrad scored twice, including the second-half game-winner as the visiting Bears nipped the Gladiators (5-2).

No. 6 Archbishop Curley 2, Loyola 1: Danny Colosino scored with 20 seconds left to lift the host Friars (5-1-1) past the Dons (3-4). Jason Muffoletto had eight saves for Curley.

No. 7 McDonogh 6, Mount St. Joseph 0: The Eagles (7-1) recorded their fifth straight shutout. Heroki Kwasi paced the offense with two second-half goals against the Gaels (4-4).

No. 10 Mount Hebron 6, Atholton 0: David Lechtrecker scored a hat trick to lead the visiting Vikings (2-0-1) past the Raiders. Tom Wunk and Mike Drnec combined for the shutout.

No. 14 Patterson 16, Forest Park 0: Guillermo Pineda scored four goals and was one of 11 scorers as the host Clippers (6-1) rolled.

Severn 3, Boys' Latin 0: Jeff McFarland and Matt Wright scored goals eight minutes into the first half as the Admirals (5-0-2) beat the Lakers (4-4). Calvin Wyatt recorded his third shutout of the year.

Girls soccer

No. 11 Mount Hebron 2, Atholton 0: Sophomore Katie Elliott had a goal and an assist to lead the visiting Vikings (4-1) past the Raiders (1-4).

No. 14 River Hill 5, Long Reach 0: Senior forward Natalie Cox scored twice as the Hawks (4-1) recorded their fourth shutout this season. Kathy Gaertner had two assists for River Hill.

Centennial 4, Howard 0: Alexia Vogler scored the game-opener at 19: 12 in the first half to lead a quartet of single-goal scorers for Centennial (2-1-1). Eagles goalie Erica Neiman earned her second shutout of the season with four saves.

Field hockey

No. 5 St. Paul's 6, John Carroll 0: Jenny Landsman scored three goals and added an assist to power the Crusaders past John Carroll (1-4-1). Jamie Porcella had 12 saves for John Carroll and St. Paul's Laura DiCamillo had none.

No. 6 Fallston 3, Havre de Grace 0: Kate Simon, Carrie Wirth and Jen Patro each scored first-half goals to pace the Cougars (5-1) past the host Warriors (2-4). Fallston outshot Havre de Grace, 16-2.

No. 9 Friends 1, Lutheran 1: The Quakers' Heather Grose scored with 15 minutes left in the first half to force a tie with the host Saints (2-1-2).

Meade 3, Southern-Anne Arundel 0: Cristina Bowers scored three goals and Lidsay Scoggins contributed four assists to lead the Mustangs (4-2).

Pub Date: 9/27/97

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