No. 7 Calvert Hall stuns 3rd-ranked Loyola, 9-7

Frew, Knight and Norton score two goals apiece

Roundup

May 08, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Kevin Frew, Alec Knight and Mike Norton all scored twice to power seventh-ranked Calvert Hall to an upset yesterday of third-ranked Loyola, 9-7, in the final regular-season Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference lacrosse game for both teams.

The Cardinals (10-7 overall, 3-7 league) worked their way into a 5-4 halftime lead. Tony Russo registered 12 saves for the Cardinals, who already were out of the MIAA A Conference playoffs.

Devin Weatherley led the Dons (9-4, 6-4), who had qualified for next week's playoffs, with a hat trick.

No. 6 St. Paul's 10, No. 13 Mount St. Joseph 4: Brendan Gill had three goals and Conor Ford added to his single-season school record with his 59th and 60th goals in both teams' final MIAA A Conference regular-season game.

The Crusaders (13-5, 5-5) pulled away from a 5-3 lead after three quarters with three goals, two by Gill, in four minutes in the last quarter.

No. 10 Dulaney 18, Perry Hall 7: Bryant Will scored four goals and four assists, Brett Barrow had four goals and three assists and Steve Will scored five goals and had one assist as Dulaney improved to 10-2 with a Baltimore County Division I rout of Perry Hall (2-9).

No. 11 Friends 17, Archbishop Curley 5: Brian Valle and Todd Spear each scored four times and had an assist, Chris Condlin scored twice with one assist, and Jake Martin had four assists as Friends won its 28th straight MIAA B Conference game, improving to 11-3 overall and 8-0 in the league.

The Quakers go after their third straight league title next Friday in the B Conference tournament's semifinals.

Severna Park 7, No. 12 Broadneck 2: Hans Hergenroeder scored twice and had two assists, and defender Dave Wagner shut down the Bruins' offense threat as Severna Park (8-6) scored an upset at home.

No. 14 North Harford 14, Bel Air 8: Mike Buecker scored five goals to power the Hawks (9-2) past their Harford County rival Bobcats (7-4).

Hereford 13, Eastern Tech 7: Luke Gilbert scored three goals and had four assists as Hereford improved to 8-2 in Baltimore County's Division I, tuning up for Tuesday's game against 10th-ranked Dulaney.

Brian Johnson scored two goals and had an assist for Eastern Tech, which slipped to 8-5 overall and 3-3 in the league.

Poly 12, Edmondson 7: Freshman Adam Pugh had four goals and freshman Andy Posil 15 saves as Poly improved to 12-1 and tuned up for Tuesday's championship game against Patterson.

Girls lacrosse

No. 11 C. Milton Wright 6, Fallston 5: Paige Heath scored with 5: 08 left to give the visiting Mustangs (8-2-1, 7-0) their third consecutive Harford County championship. Wright also finished unbeaten in the league for the second straight season.

Goals by Heath and Lauren Kramer put the Mustangs ahead 5-4 before Fallston's Jen Schuerholz (three goals) tied the game at 5-5 with 16: 06 left.

Tennis

Archbishop Curley won five of six events Thursday to capture its third straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference team championship and finish the season unbeaten at 8-0.

The Friars are 28-0 over the last three seasons and have not lost since the spring of 1995.

Pub Date: 5/08/99

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