J. Carroll boys stun Loyola, 1-0

Cooper sinks No. 5 Dons

Aberdeen deals C.M. Wright its first football setback

Roundup

September 25, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Matt Cooper scored nine minutes into the second half as John Carroll shocked No. 5 Loyola, 1-0, yesterday in an MIAA A Conference boys soccer game.

The Patriots (3-1-1) improved to 2-1-1 in the A Conference after not winning a league game last year. This marked the second Patriots upset of a top 10 team in 11 days. They edged No. 6 McDonogh, 1-0, on Sept. 14.

A.J. Oritz made eight saves yesterday, and defenders Brandon Hooper, Nick Quisgard, Owen Jarvis and Zack Kohadja helped preserve the shutout.

"We're defending first, and we're not too concerned with an overall attack," said Patriots first-year coach Mario Schillipoti, who returns 18 players from last season. "We're just kind of counterattacking. We're playing a zone defense, and we're being very patient."

Cooper's game-winner, from about 12 yards out, appeared too high but dipped just in time to slip under the crossbar.

North Harford 3, No. 10 Bel Air 1: Robbie Roberts scored the go-ahead goal with just over two minutes left, and Ryan Wattenschaidt added an insurance goal a minute later as the host Hawks (2-2-2, 1-0 Harford County) upset the Bobcats (4-2-1).

No. 3 Curley 4, Spalding 1: Pete Johnson, Kyle Hauf, George Bakoulas and Marco Angelini each scored a goal as the Friars improved to 7-1-1 overall and 2-0-1 in the MIAA A Conference. Brandon Quaranta had two assists. Chris DeHenzel made 10 saves for the Cavaliers.

No. 6 McDonogh 2, Gilman 0: Cam Thompson made six saves to record his fifth shutout for the Eagles (5-2-2). Kaiser Chowdhry and Sean Murphy scored goals.

Football

Aberdeen 27, No. 11 C. Milton Wright 21: The visiting Mustangs (3-1) committed three turnovers, including a key third-quarter interception, that allowed the Eagles (1-3) to pull off an upset.

The Eagles dominated the game early, building a 21-7 halftime lead behind two touchdown runs by senior quarterback Chuck Faison and one by Tristan Stanley. Faison's 17-yard run early in the second quarter broke a 7-7 tie, and his 42-yard scamper on an option play gave the Eagles a 14-point edge at intermission.

The Mustangs opened the second half with a drive to the Aberdeen 7-yard line, but the Eagles' defense turned in a 92-yard interception return, setting up Faison's third touchdown of the night, a 1-yard plunge, to make it 27-7.

William Glodek scored on two 1-yard runs to close the deficit to six, but the Mustangs fumbled away their final chance on the 50-yard line with two minutes left in the game.

No. 2 Randallstown 30, Kenwood 13: Davon Johnson ran for 65 yards on 10 carries and scored one touchdown as the Rams (3-1) improved to 3-0 in Baltimore County's Class 3A-4A Division. Archie Trader, Charles Smith and Tyese Ademuluyi each scored a touchdown, and the Rams' defense had seven sacks.

No. 7 Patterson 46, Douglass 6: Senior Tony Smithson rushed eight times for 186 yards and four touchdowns to lead the host Clippers (4-0) past the Ducks (2-2). Smithson scored on runs of 46, 19, 14 and 49 yards. Linebacker Richard Davis registered 12 tackles for Patterson.

No. 14 Edmondson 46, Southwestern 6: Raytron Leak scored four touchdowns, including a 44-yard punt return as the host Redskins (4-0) remained unbeaten. Edmondson quarterback Eddie Colbert threw a 48-yard touchdown pass to Justus McLeod.

Girls soccer

Glenelg 2, No. 13 Liberty 1: Stephanie Simpson scored midway through the second half to give host Glenelg the upset. Kelly Fiorani gave Liberty (3-2-1) a 1-0 lead five minutes into the game, but Chrissy Starcher tied the game for the Gladiators (1-3-1) 13 minutes later.

No. 4 Notre Dame Prep 5, Bryn Mawr 3: Lindy Zaicko and Megan Schwartz had two goals and an assist each to lead the Pirates (4-0) to victory. Theresa Sherry scored all three of the Mawrtians' goals.

No. 6 St. Mary's 6, Maryvale 2: Mary Key and Kelly Coppedge scored two goals each as the Saints (4-1) cruised past the host Lions (1-2). Stephanie Sybert scored both goals for Maryvale.

Field hockey

Maryvale 3, No. 5 Friends 1: Alexis Kerr and Kelly Freitag scored second-half goals, and goalie Karrie Moore finished with 14 saves to lead the Lions (3-0) to an upset of the Quakers (1-1-1).

No. 1 Bryn Mawr 6, Notre Dame Prep 1: Miles Whitman scored three goals and Nikki Bogan had a goal and an assist as the host Mawrtians (8-0) cruised past the Pirates in an Independent Athletic Association of Maryland A Division non-league game.

No. 3 Severna Park 6, South River 0: Erin Shaklee scored three goals and Lynsey Bateman added two as the Falcons (6-1) improved to 4-0 in Anne Arundel County.

No. 8 Fallston 1, Havre de Grace 0: Kelly Biedermann's first-half goal held up as the Cougars (3-2) won a Harford County league game. Kristen Cascella had the assist, and Tara Hochstein made four saves for the visiting Warriors.

No. 9 Hereford 2, Perry Hall 2: Lori Baran scored twice for Perry Hall as the Gators tied the Bulls in a Baltimore County league game. Amy Cornet and Liz Sherman scored for the Bulls. Jill Baran had 13 saves for the Gators.

No. 11 Long Reach 2, C. Milton Wright 1: Shelby Orndoff's goal broke a 1-1 tie with 11 minutes left to help the visiting Lightning (3-1) hold off the Mustangs (2-1-2). Goalie Jay Lance stopped a breakaway attempt late to preserve the win.

No. 12 Arundel 1, Annapolis 0 (2 OT): Alexis Viera scored through traffic three minutes into the second overtime to lift the Wildcats (4-3). Meredith Carpenter assisted on the goal for Arundel, which outshot the Panthers, 10-7.

Volleyball

No. 3 Severna Park 3, South River 1: Lauren Briggs and Lauren Bessire had 10 kills each and Megan Boyd had 29 assists to lead the Falcons (1-2) past the Seahawks, 11-15, 15-9, 15-11, 15-11, in the Anne Arundel County League opener.

Pub Date: 9/25/99

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