Hickok's 7 goals push Park past Spalding, 12-7 4-9 Harford Tech upends Sparrows Point in OT, 6-5

May 12, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior Wayne Hickok scored a game-high seven goals, including two in the decisive fourth quarter, as Park defeated Spalding, 12-7, yesterday in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference play-in game.

The Bruins (8-6) advanced to the conference semifinals for the fourth straight year and play at Friends at 4 p.m. today.

Harford Tech 6, Sparrows Point 5, OT: Sophomore Jared Bates scored his second goal of the game 3: 30 into overtime to lift the Cobras (4-9) over the visiting Pointers (9-3) in a 1A-2A North quarterfinal.

Harford Tech's Gerry Bohdel scored the last two goals of regulation to send the game into overtime and also assisted on the game winner.

The Cobras will play in the region semifinals after winning only one game in the past three seasons.

C. Milton Wright 8, Wilde Lake 4: Senior Roger Dael netted five goals as the host Mustangs (9-5) knocked off the Wildecats in a 3A-4A North quarterfinal.

The Mustangs play at Bel Air at 7 p.m today.

Dulaney 14, Eastern Tech 4: Junior Steve Will scored four goals and added two assists as the Lions defeated the visiting Mavericks in a 3A-4A South semifinal.

Douglass 16, Edmondson 14: Floyd Pompey and Phillip Thompson combined for 12 goals and five assists as the Ducks (13-2) moved on to play Dulaney tomorrow in the 3A-4A South finals.

Fallston 8, Sherwood 6: Bob Evans scored three times, including the go-ahead goal with 3: 41 left in the third period as the visiting Cougars (14-3) advanced to the 3A-4A North region finals for the first time in five years.

Towson 7, Franklin 3: Gavin Kimball (two goals, two assists) and Ben Felice (two goals, three goals) combined for four goals and five assists in leading the Generals (11-4) to the 1A-2A West region semifinals. Towson plays the winner of Francis Scott Key/Loch Raven tomorrow.

Girls

Sparrows Point 18, Joppatowne 17, OT: Cheryl Neuman's goal with 1: 30 left in the extra period propelled the host Pointers (11-2) into the 1A-2A North finals. Stacy Berger's fourth goal with 3: 10 left in regulation forced overtime.

Cindy Jackson led Sparrows Point with nine goals.

Towson 18, Bethesda-Chevy Chase 0: Eva Claire Sinkowski and Katy Stelmack each had three goals as the host Generals (14-1) trounced the Barons in a 1A-2A West quarterfinal game that was called with 16 minutes left.

Towson plays host to Franklin at 3: 45 p.m. today.

C. Milton Wright 15, Wilde Lake 4: With her game-high five goals, senior Jamie Gerhart tied the school record for most goals in a season with 70 and helped the Mustangs (13-1) to a 3A-4A North quarterfinal win over the visiting Wildcats.

Kenwood 22, City 9: Sophomore Jessica Todd led all scorers with nine goals and four assists as the Bluebirds (5-8) knocked off the visiting Knights (10-3) in a 3A-4A South quarterfinal.

Kate Zielinski, Jen Birchfield, Heather Backoff each poured in three goals for Kenwood, which will face Dundalk at 3: 45 p.m. today.

North Harford 9, Hereford 6: Kristyn Krastel had four goals and an assist as the Hawks (8-5-1) advanced to the 1A-2A North finals.

Pub Date: 5/12/98

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