No. 12 Severna Park, upset, does same to Arundel, 12-8

Towson, Dulaney, and Queen Anne's other titlists

Boys lacrosse roundup

May 20, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

No. 12 Severna Park 12, No. 10 Arundel 8: The Falcons, whose coach had to watch the game from the stands after being given a one-game suspension for cursing in a game, won the Class 3A-4A East region title and will make their first appearance in the state final four at UMBC.

Queen Anne's 7, No. 14 South River 6: Tom Simpler scored the winning goal in Class 1A-2A East with two seconds left after holding the ball the final four minutes.

South River held a 5-3 halftime lead, before Queen Anne tied the game early in the third. South River held a one-goal lead in the fourth quarter before Queen Ane scored the final two goals.

Dulaney 16, Eastern Tech 5: Junior Brett Barrow had four goals and three assists, while Mike Obringer added three more goals, to pace the Lions (12-3) past the Mustangs in the 3A-4A South final. Dulaney outscored Eastern Tech 10-2 in the second half.

Towson 9, Franklin 8. The Generals (12-3) ran up a 6-2 halftime lead and held on, despite not scoring a goal in the fourth quarter, to edge the Indians in the Class 1A-2A West regional final.

With Towson leading 9-3, the Indians went on a 5-0 run beginning with 54 seconds left in the third quarter and ending on John Schuster's goal with 5: 57 left in the game.

The Generals, state finalists last year, got two goals and an assist from Gavin Kimball.

Hereford 15 Edgewood 6: The Bulls (14-2) won their 13th straight game with the win over Edgewood in the 1A-2A North final. Luke Gilbert had five goals and added two assists for Hereford, which outscored the Rams 5-1 in the second quarter.

Pub Date: 5/20/99

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