Gotis goals lift Hawks to shutout of Glenelg Top-ranked River Hill boys soccer team rolls, 5-0

Oakland Mills now 7-0

October 03, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Justin Gotis scored two goals to lead No. 1-ranked River Hill to a 5-0 win over host Glenelg in a Howard County boys soccer game yesterday.

Aaron McKinley, Randal Brown and Todd Tedrow also scored for River Hill (5-0).

Mike Dibella had three assists for the Hawks.

No. 4 Mount Hebron 2, Hammond 0: Matt White and Dave Lechtrecker scored second-half goals to help the Vikings (6-1) to a shutout over the Bears (2-5-1). Matt Midura and Christian Chacon assisted on the goals.

No. 5 Oakland Mills 1, Centennial 0: Brian Grund, assisted by Jeremy Caitlin, scored 15 minutes into the game as the Scorpions (7-0) edged the host Eagles (4-2-1).

No. 9 Wilde Lake 1, Long Reach 0: Ian Rodway scored off a pass from Michael Dello-Russo midway through the first half to lift the Wildecats (3-2) over the Lightning.

No. 15 Fallston 5, Aberdeen 0: Manny Nunez scored in each half and Ryan Welsh had two assists as the Cougars (5-3-1) won their third straight Harford County league game. Fallston has yet to allow a goal in league play.

Perry Hall 3, Overlea 1: Scott Dufel, Zach Fisher and Nick Borozzi each scored as the Gators (6-1-1) defeated the Falcons. Fisher, who also had an assist, broke a 1-1 tie with a goal at 24: 43.

Girls soccer

No. 10 Hammond 5, Mount Hebron 1: Michelle Jenkins, with two goals and an assist, led the Bears (5-0-1, 2-0) past the Vikings.

Meg Tilley broke a 1-1 halftime tie with a goal three minutes into the second half. Jennifer Hendin and Melissa Workman also scored for Hammond.

Julie Broden scored the Vikings' goal.

Field hockey

No. 6 Garrison Forest 4, Oldfields 0: Caroline Cox's three goals led the Grizzlies.

No. 9 Mount Hebron 2, Wilde Lake 0: Polly Purcell and Lauren Wolkstein each scored in the second half's first 18 minutes as the Vikings (4-4) blanked the host Wildecats.

Mount Hebron goalkeeper Katelyn Hoffman had three saves.

Catonsville 2, No. 10 Hereford 1, 2OT: Sarah Slafkosky scored the game-winner 7: 54 into the second overtime as the Comets (7-0-0) toppled the host Bulls (6-1).

Jen Marstellar gave Hereford a 1-0 in the 12th minute of the first half. Andrea Denton knotted the score at the 17: 08 mark of the second half.

No. 11 Friends 2, Park 1: Deanna Davis's goal with 3: 28 left in the game broke a 1-1 tie and give the Quakers the win. Maron Deering also scored for Friends. Sarah Valenziano had Park's goal.

No. 12 Centennial 3, Long Reach 0: Melissa Dugan, Meghan McDonald and Bethany Bunce scored to lead the visiting Eagles over the Lightning.

Junior Donna Boccuzzi blocked 18 shots to earn the shutout.

No. 13 St. Mary's 2, Arundel 0: Kelly Moran scored twice in the second half to lead the Saints over the host Wildcats.

No. 15 Chesapeake-AA 0, Southern-AA 0, 2OT: Cindy Trott blocked 20 shots to help the Bulldogs (3-2-2) gain a tie with the visiting Cougars (6-1-2). Southern finished without a shot on goal.

Trott stopped a penalty stroke in double overtime to preserve the tie.

Hammond 1, Atholton 0: Lauren Snyder's goal eight minutes into the second half off Courtney Vaugh's pass broke a scoreless tie for the Bears (5-0-1), who held a 48-0 shot advantage.

Raiders goalkeeper Shannon Sullivan turned away 33 shots.

Pub Date: 10/03/98

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