Glenelg Country, Chapelgate to settle MIAA C championship Teams tied in first match

Dragons won second, 3-1

Boys soccer

November 07, 1997|By Rick Belz

Two Howard County private schools, Glenelg Country School and Chapelgate, will play for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference boys soccer championship at 7: 30 p.m. tomorrow at UMBC.

The teams tied for the league's regular season championship at 8-2-2. They have met twice previously this season with the first a 2-2 tie and Glenelg Country's Dragons winning the second, 3-1.

Glenelg Country (10-3-2), which shared the conference title last fall, is led by Dan Liparini (18 goals, five assists), Chris Hemerlein (11 and three) and Kolin Leishman (eight and 23).

Chapelgate's Flames (11-6-2), playing their first season in the MIAA, are led by Chris Davidson (12 goals, eight assists) and Ben Byrd (10 and seven).

"They were more opportunistic to goal the time they beat us, and the tie was a war," said Chapelgate coach Rob Van Ness. "Glenelg is very-well coached, because we had always beaten them up to this year."

Glenelg Country coach Craig Shale said: "We are two evenly-matched teams, and the game could go either way."

Pub Date: 11/07/97

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