Patapsco rallies from 2 down again to top Towson, 3-2 Brown's pair of goals in 12 minutes win game

Soccer, field hockey

November 01, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Mike Brown scored twice in 12 minutes in the second half as 14th-ranked Patapsco overcame a two-goal halftime deficit to beat Towson, 3-2, in a Class 2A North boys soccer semifinal game yesterday.

Sophomore Brian Albrecht scored the tying goal for the Patriots (13-3), who were outshot by Towson (6-9), 14-11. It was the second time this season that the Patriots rallied from two goals down to beat the Generals.

Patapsco will play Franklin on Tuesday for its second regional championship in three years.

Other boys soccer results:

No. 7 Wilde Lake 2, J.M. Bennett 1: Ian Rodway and Matt Shapiro each scored to lift the Wildecats (11-2-2) to victory in their Class 3A East semifinal. Wilde Lake outshot Bennett, 17-6.

Franklin 3, North Harford 1: Chris Borcik scored two goals and John Schuster added another as the Indians (4-9) advanced to the Class 2A North final.

Hereford 2, Sparrows Point 1: Josh Bateman scored the game-winner off an assist from Brent Yankolonis at 24: 44 of the second half to lift the Bulls (10-3-2) in Class 1A North. T.J. Pittman scored the only goal for the Pointers, who beat Hereford during the regular season.

Kenwood 1, C. Milton Wright 0: Joe Greaver converted off an assist from Mike Munzert in the first half as the Bluebirds (10-0-2) won their Class 3A North semifinal.

Patterson 5, Mervo 0: Guillermo Pineda scored two goals and had two assists as the Clippers (14-1) advanced to their third straight region final. John Comi assisted on two Patterson goals.

Greater Grace 2, Perry Hall Christian 1: Nate Gorham scored the game-winner in the 73rd minute as the Crusaders (18-2) captured their second straight Maryland Christian Athletic League championship.

Bel Air 1, Dundalk 0: Jason Kemper scored the only goal, assisted by Don Maney, as the host Bobcats (8-4-2) won. Dundalk missed a penalty kick with eight minutes left.

Girls soccer

No. 14 Chesapeake-AA 9, Western 0: Eight girls scored goals for the visiting Cougars (12-3-2), who advanced to the finals in Class 3A-4A North. Chesapeake outshot Western, 26-4.

Centennial 1, Hammond 0: Stacie Tokasz's goal in the 60th minute lifted the host Eagles (8-5-1) to victory in a Class 1A-2A South semifinal.

Oakland Mills 3, Owings Mills 0: Andrea Donovan had a goal and an assist in the Scorpions' (11-4-1) win over the Eagles in a Class 1A-2A South semifinal. Lan Gardner and Tori Parris also scored for Oakland Mills, who outshot Owings Mills, 35-1.

Wilde Lake 3, Mount Hebron 0: Amanda Berman scored twice in the opening 15 minutes and had an assist to lead the Wildcats (9-5-1) to the Class 2A-3A South finals. Bridget White scored Wilde Lake's third goal and also had an assist.

Sparrows Point 5, Edgewood 1: Keli Stevens scored three goals and had an assist as the Pointers (9-5) won in a Class 1A-2A North semifinal. Kristen Petrovia also had two goals for Sparrows Point.

Glenelg 5, Francis Scott Key 1: Christa Vent had two goals and an assist as the Gladiators (5-7-4) downed the host Eagles (4-11-1) and advanced to the Class 1A-2A West final.

Patapsco 4, Dundalk 1: Amy Foote had two goals and an assist to lead the visiting Patriots (13-3) over the Owls and into the Class 2A-3A final for the first time since 1990. Danielle Foote had 11 saves for Patapsco, who outshot Dundalk 20-6.

Field hockey

No. 8 St. Paul's 6, Seton-Keough 0: Jenny Landsman scored five goals and Hilary Polk-Williams scored the other as St. Paul's (9-2-2) outshot Seton-Keough, 34-1. Katie Roscher had 25 saves for S-K.

No. 13 McDonogh 1, St. Mary's 1: Stacy Green scored at 21: 28 of the second half to secure a tie for the host Eagles (9-5-3) in an Association of Independent Schools league game.

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Pub Date: 11/01/97

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