Hickok's 7 goals push Park past Spalding, 12-7 S. River, Broadneck boys win

Annapolis girls roll

Lacrosse

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.

South River 10, Southern-AA 3: Senior Steve Fisher netted four goals to help the Seahawks (9-4) to a 1A-2A East quarterfinal win over the visiting Bulldogs.

Senior Eric Mills contributed two goals and two assists for South River.

The Seahawks play host to Kent at 5 p.m. tomorrow.

Broadneck 14, Glen Burnie 2: In a 3A/4A East semifinal, junior Jason Randolph led all scorers with four goals and two assists to help the two-time defending state champion Bruins (12-2) to a win over the visiting Gophers.

Junior Brendan Poleski pumped in three goals and junior Joey Case scored one goal and assisted on five others.

Broadneck will face Annapolis in today's final at 7 p.m.

Annapolis 11, Queen Anne's 3: Seniors Peter Ludlam and Steve Brianas scored four and three goals respectively as the Panthers (13-2) beat host Queen Anne's (8-5) in a 3A/4A East semifinal.

The Panthers outscored Queen Anne's 6-1 in the second half to break the game open.

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.

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.

Girls

Annapolis 17, Old Mill 2: Junior Christy McNew tallied five goals and senior Brooke Wagner scored one goal with nine assists as the Panthers (17-1) defeated the visiting Patriots (6-9) in a 3A/4A East semifinal.

Freshman Kristy Dirks and her sister, senior Kelly, had three goals each for Annapolis.

The Panthers play at Severna Park in the finals today.

No. 6 Mount Hebron 14, Glenelg 3: Nine players found the net for the Vikings (13-3). Sophomore Polly Purcell had three goals, and sophomore Lauren Kickham, senior Katie Nordoff and senior defender Ju Kim all had two each.

Mount Hebron, which averaged 23 goals per game against Howard County competition this season, will play at Centennial, a 22-6 winner over Oakland Mills, tomorrow in the region final. The Vikings, winners of five state titles, defeated Centennial, 21-8, at the end of last month.

Centennial 22, Oakland Mills 6: Kristen Dinisio scored six goals and Alexia Vogler added four to pace the visiting Eagles (11-3) over the Scorpions (4-11).

Centennial led, 2-1, before scoring 10 straight and breaking the game open. The Eagles had a 17-4 advantage at halftime. Kimerly Emrich, Bethany Bunce and Liz Kurpe each scored twice.

Oakland Mills had won three straight. Andrea Donovan and Dawn Christensen had two goals each for the Scorpions.

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 Wildecats (5-8).

Junior Rachel Sappington added two goals and three assists and sophomore Page Heath scored two goals and assisted on two others for C.M. Wright.

No. 14 Liberty 10, North Carroll 7: Trish Young scored two of her three goals as the Lions opened a three-goal lead in the first half, then went on to win the 3A-4A West regional semifinal.

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 stopped with 16 minutes left.

Pub Date: 5/12/98

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