Centennial ties No. 3 Mount Hebron Dramby's 12 saves end Vikings' win streak at 11

October 24, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Centennial goalkeeper Mike Dramby made 12 saves to preserve a 0-0 tie with No. 3 Mount Hebron in a Howard County boys soccer league game yesterday.

The Vikings (11-1-1) had beaten every county team they had faced this season, including an 2-1 upset of then-No. 1 River Hill a week ago. They won 11 straight games after a season-opening 3-0 loss to No. 2 McDonogh.

Although they drop to 7-0-1 in the county league, the Vikings remain in first place. The Eagles are 6-3-3 overall and 3-2-3 in the league.

pTC Yesterday, the visiting Eagles had superb performances from Dramby as well as sweeper Matt Hashimoto and backs Charlie Crosby and Todd Sajauskas.

"There's no question they had more opportunities [to score]," said Centennial coach Ron Martin, "but we put more pressure on them than I think they're used to. I was pleased with our aggressive style of play."

No. 4 River Hill 4, Atholton 0: Adam Crew had a goal and an assist to lead the Hawks (12-1, 8-1) past the host Raiders (0-9, 0-7) in a Howard County League game.

Justin Gotis, Aaron Pierce and Matt Boras each added a goal for the Hawks while Bryan Greuter had nine saves for the Raiders.

No. 5 Oakland Mills 4, Howard 2: Jeremy Catlin scored three goals and Brian Grund had four assists as the Scorpions (12-1) defeated the Lions (4-5-2). Sean Jeffrey and Ben Brasso scored for Howard.

No. 7 Loyola 1, Gilman 0: Nick Miceli converted off an assist from Trevor Hagin in the 19th minute as the visiting Dons (14-3-1) posted their ninth shutout of the season.

No. 15 Patapsco 2, Kenwood 1, 2OT: Chad Clark scored the winner for the Patriots (8-4) on a feed from Brian Ray with three minutes left in the second overtime. Scott Beckman put the Patriots on the board early in the second half and Joe Lamb tied it for Kenwood (4-5-2) with three minutes left in regulation. Chris O'Leary had 13 saves and Matt Greensfelder three for the Bluebirds, whose five losses all have come by a single goal.

Girls soccer

No. 1 John Carroll 2, Institute of Notre Dame 0: Lindsay Syphard had a goal and an assist as the Patriots (13-1) improved to 10-1 in the Catholic League A Division. Katie Whelehan also had a goal and Jenny Biscoe an assist. Maggie Pyzik had 12 saves in the Patriots' ninth shutout. Laura Hauck made 16 saves for host IND (5-9, 3-7).

No. 6 Hammond 7, Wilde Lake 0: The Golden Bears clinched at least a share of the Howard County championship as Martha Bielefeld and Katie Fink scored two goals each.

No. 12 River Hill 1, Atholton 0: The host Hawks (10-3, 7-1) stayed in the hunt for the Howard County title as Karla Killian's goal edged the Raiders (1-12, 0-8).

Field hockey

No. 6 St. Paul's 1, John Carroll 1: Alison Polk-Williams scored with 14: 50 left in the game to salvage a tie for St. Paul's (8-3-3) in an Association of Independent Schools cross-divisional game with the B Division Patriots (6-4-3). Jana Facchinei gave the host Patriots the lead nine minutes into the game and teammate Jamie Porcella preserved the tie with 19 saves.

No. 7 Friends 2, Maryvale 0: Molly O'Connor and Emily Condlin scored first-half goals within four minutes of each other to lead the host Quakers (12-3-1) to victory in an AIS A Division non-league game. Rebecca Kelly had 13 saves for the Lions (2-9-3).

Pub Date: 10/24/98

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