Hereford surprises Dulaney, 10-6

May 12, 1999|By Lem Satterfield

Not only was unranked Hereford's 10-6 upset at No. 9 Dulaney its first over a Lions' team, but it also made the Bulls the first Baltimore County program to win on Dulaney's home field.

Matt Curtis (two goals, two assists), Luke Gilbert (three goals) and Chris Lauer (three assists) helped Hereford (10-2 overall) win its ninth straight game and stay unbeaten (9-0) in Division I, the county's premier conference.

Hereford is the second team to score in double figures against Dulaney (10-3, 8-1) this season, joining top-ranked McDonogh, an earlier 11-4 winner over the Lions.

"They out-hustled and out-hit us," said Dulaney coach Gary Schreiber. "We couldn't get ground balls, couldn't clear. This is the worst game we've played."

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