Broadneck eliminates No. 7 North Carroll Westminster romps, 6-1, in field hockey playoffs

October 25, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior Courtenay Basile scored two goals, including the game-winner in the final two minutes, to lead Broadneck (4-9) to an upset win, 3-2, yesterday over No. 7-ranked North Carroll (9-4) in the opening round of the Class 3A North region field hockey playoffs.

Despite being outshot, 18-8, the Bruins advanced to a second-round meeting at Wilde Lake Tuesday at 3 p.m.

Other field hockey results:

No. 1 Westminster 6, Perry Hall 1: Seniors Becky Towns and Lindsay Iadevaia combined for five goals as the defending state Class 4A champion Owls (13-0) began regional play at home against the Gators (3-9). Towns had three goals and an assist and Iadevaia two goals. The six goals equaled the winners' season-high.

Perry Hall's goal, by Janine Hahn, was only the third scored against the Owls this season. Westminster's second-round game will be Tuesday at North County, which drew a first-round bye.

No. 9 St. Paul's 0, Archbishop Spalding 0: Goalie Malia Swieconek faced 28 shots and came up with 20 saves for the host Cavaliers (7-7-3, 1-2-2). Laura DiCamillio had four saves on four shots for St. Paul's (6-2-2, 1-2-1) in an Association of Independent Schools A Division Homer League game.

No. 13 Notre Dame Prep 3, No. 12 McDonogh 1: Lauren Aumiller scored twice and Kerri Owen once as the host Pirates (6-1-4, 2-0-1) beat the Eagles (7-5-3, 1-3-1) to preserve their lead in the AIS A Division Homer League. Katie Higdon scored for McDonogh.

Boys soccer

No. 1 Calvert Hall 5, Gilman 0: Randy Tolson scored twice to lead the top-ranked Cardinals (16-2) to their 12th shutout. P. J. Wakefield also had a goal and an assist for Calvert Hall.

No. 2 McDonogh 4, Mount St. Joseph 1: Heroki Kawasi had three assists to lead the Eagles (16-2) to their sixth straight win in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game.

No. 11 Archbishop Curley 2, Loyola 1: The visiting Friars (10-5-1) tied the game with a goal from Vince Bush in the 26th minute, and Brandon Scarfield scored the game-winner in the 71st minute as Curley clinched the fourth and final spot in the MIAA A Conference playoffs, beginning Nov. 4.


No. 6 Dulaney, Patapsco 0: Jody Costa had nine kills and three blocks to lead the Lions (14-1, 9-0) in a sweep over host Patapsco, 15-2, 15-12, 15-11. Melanie Heagy and Lisa Headd combined for 10 kills.

Pub Date: 10/25/97

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