Spifler scores only goal to lift N. Harford over Loch Raven St. Paul's outshoots Severn for 1-0 victory

Soccer roundup

November 04, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jeremy Spifler scored 20 minutes into the first half off an assist from Ryan Wattenschaidt, and North Harford (8-5-1) registered a 1-0 victory over Loch Raven (6-5-0) in a Class 2A North semifinal win over the Raiders (6-5-0).

St. Paul's 1, Severn 0: Jack deVilliers converted off an assist from Ian Thomas 3: 12 into the second half to lead the host Crusaders over the Admirals in an MIAA B Conference semifinal game. St. Paul's outshot Severn, 14-4.

St. Mary's 2, Park 1: The Saints (20-2) gave up the tying goal with 40 seconds left in regulation, but managed to advance to the MIAA B Conference final by winning a shootout, 3-1, over the visiting Bruins (11-5-1).

Glenelg Country 4, Mount Carmel 2: Dan Liparini scored two goals and Kolin Leishman had a goal and an assist to lead the visiting Dragons over the Cougars (12-5) in the MIAA C Conference playoffs.

Northeast 2, Patuxent 1: Freshman Steven Kendall's penalty kick with six minutes left broke a 1-1 tie and helped the Eagles (2-10-1) get by Patuxent (4-9) in Class 3A East.

Severna Park 5, Meade 0: Jerry Cornett and Robi Singh each scored two goals, and Bill Mooney had a goal and an assist in the Falcons (12-2-0) win over the Mustangs (3-8-3).


Loch Raven 9, North East 0: The host Raiders (13-1-2) took 41 shots and Christine Hild scored three times in a Class 2A North region quarterfinal win. Ashley Froman had a goal and an assist for Loch Raven.

Towson 1, Patapsco 0: Bria Martin scored the game's only goal on a corner kick with 12 minutes left to play leading the Generals over the Patriots in the Class 2A semifinals.

Western T&E 4, Owings Mills 0: The Wolverines received goals from four different players and Lindsey Cohen had two assists in a Class 2A North region quarterfinal win.

Bryn Mawr 5, St. John's-Prospect Hall 0: The Mawrtians' (13-1-2) Theresa Sherry, Jen Kent, Sarah Isaacs, Elisabeth Krater and Emily Walters all scored in a Catholic League B Conference semifinal win over the Vikings (0-8-0).

Centennial 8, McDonough 0: The host Eagles (9-6) got two goals apiece from Sam Test and Alexia Vogler on the way to victory in a Class 2A South quarterfinal. Jane Williams had three assists for Centennial, who scored 15 seconds into the game.

No. 8 Bel Air 5, Catonsville 0: Adrienne Justis scored two goals and Kristi Eyler had a goal and an assist to lead the Bobcats (13-1-2) over the host Comets in Class 3A North. Lori Zimmerman and Rachel Rinehardt also scored for the Bobcats, who outshot the Comets, 31-11. April Madden added a pair of assists for Bel Air.

North County 2, Meade 1: Erin Stallings and Jennifer Taylor scored four minutes apart late in the first half to lead the Knights (2-10) past the Mustangs (2-9-1).

St. Mary's 1, No. 5 Mercy 0: After 100 minutes of soccer and 10 rounds of penalty kicks, No. 5 Mercy had its season come to an end with a 2-1 shootout loss to visiting St. Mary's yesterday in a Catholic League girls soccer quarterfinal game.

St. Mary's junior Melissa Raszewski provided the deciding goal in the shootout, finding the top right corner to give the Saints an 8-7 lead. They advanced when Caitlin Olkowski's shot rolled just wide for the Magic (12-4-3).

Each team converted its first five penalty kicks in the shootout and, after that Mercy had two chances to advance, but couldn't capitalize.

No. 1 John Carroll 1, IND 0. Katie McAvoy headed in the game winner 25 minutes into the game on an assist from Kim Karlinchak in a Catholic League A Division quarterfinal. game on an assist from Kim Karlinchak in a Catholic League A Division quarterfinal. The Patriots (16-1) outshot the Indians, 33-13, but goalie Erin Farrish made some spectacular saves among her 19 for visiting IND (5-13).

No. 2 McDonogh 3, Spalding 0: Marissa Schuchat, Lisa Zanti and Lauren Paul scored goals to lead the Eagles (20-5-1) over the host Cavaliers (11-9) in a Catholic League A Division quarterfinal.

No. 3 Notre Dame Prep 4, Catholic 2. In a Catholic League A Division quarterfinal game tied 1-1 at the half, Amy Alecci scored FTC the game winner with 15 minutes left to lead the Pirates (15-3) over defending champion Catholic (6-9-3).

Pub Date: 11/04/98

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