Curley-McD rematch looms No. 1, 2 boys teams gain MIAA A tournament final

November 05, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Steve Althoff, Steve Novak and George Bakoulas scored as No. 1-ranked Archbishop Curley (17-0-1) defeated No. 11 Loyola, 3-0, yesterday to advance to Saturday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tournament-title game.

That 6: 30 p.m. game at Johns Hopkins University will be against No. 2 McDonogh, which defeated No. 9 Calvert Hall, 3-1, in yesterday's other tournament semifinal.

The title game will be a rematch of the final regular-season contest between the two schools Saturday, which Curley won at home, 3-1.

In yesterday's McDonogh-Calvert Hall game, Kaiser Chowdhry (21 goals), Jon Cole (15 goals, 13 assists) and Carey Kopeikan scored for the Eagles (21-3-1), who advanced to the title game for the first time in school history, coach Steve Nichols said.

Mike Pennacchia scored for rebuilding, defending two-time champion Calvert Hall (12-9-1), the tie being against Curley.

Boys regionals

Perry Hall 2, No. 7 Dulaney 1 2OT: Nick Borrozzi's goal off a feed by Bill Anthony three minutes into the second overtime let unranked Perry Hall (10-4-2) avenge an 5-1 loss by upsetting No. 7 Dulaney (11-2) in Class 4A North.

Kenwood 3, Eastern Tech 2, PKs: The Bluebirds (5-6-2) took the penalty-kick shootout, 6-3, to advance in Class 3A North. Joe Lamb and Mike Munzert had Kenwood's regulation goals; Mark Greason and Joe Freburger scored for Eastern Tech.

Sparrows Point 1, Rising Sun 0: John Tirabassi's goal in the 25th minute led the Pointers (6-7) in Class 1A South.

Girls regionals

No. 10 Fallston 6, Kenwood 0: Lauren O'Brien and Erika Neuser scored twice each for the visiting Cougars (9-2-2) in Class 3A North.

C. Milton Wright 4, Aberdeen 0: Dawn Rumbley scored once and had two assists to lead the Mustangs (6-8-1) in Class 3A North.

Dundalk 2, Parkville 1: Christine Guy and Monica Gladysz each scored as the Owls (9-4) won in Class 3A North.

Pub Date: 11/05/98

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