Curley tops Calvert Hall

McDonogh spills Loyola

Friars, Eagles advance to MIAA championship

Soccer roundup

November 04, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Santino Quaranta and his cousin, Brandon Quaranta, both scored as No. 3 Curley overcame a 1-0 deficit for its school-record 18th win, 2-1, over Calvert Hall in yesterday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference semifinal at Curley.

The Friars (18-1-3) secured career win No. 175 for Curley coach Pep Perrella (175-46-18), and his final victory on Curley's home field. Perrella, 47, will retire after Saturday's 2: 30 p.m. title game against defending champ McDonogh, a 3-0 winner over Loyola, at Calvert Hall's stadium.

Perrella, whose Friars last season were runners-up at 17-1-1 with a school-record 17 shutouts, will go after his third league title in his 13-year tenure. He was named All-Metro Coach of the Year in 1993, when Curley went 16-0-1 with 11 shutouts for his first crown.

Justin Drost scored Calvert Hall's lone goal off a direct kick from Mike Joseph, 10 minutes into the game.

No. 4 McDonogh 3, No. 7 Loyola 0: Lance Staib, Jed Prossner and Kaiser Chowdry each scored a goal and Devin Barclay had two assists as the Eagles (16-3-3) improved their unbeaten streak to 15 straight games.

St. Paul's 2, Boys' Latin 1: Tyler Tracy and Jon Hatton scored first half goals as the No. seed Crusaders (18-3-2) got career win No. 33 for 14th-year coach Howard Schindler, and earned a berth in his fourth straight MIAA B Conference title game against No. seed Friends. Keeper Mike Ciattei, who has a school-record 13 shutouts, allowed only his 11th goal.

Friends 1, Severn 0: Andrew Kelly's first-alf goal lifted the Quakers (10-3-2) over the visiting Admirals and into the MIAA B Conference title game at 4 p.m. Friday against top seed St. Paul's.

Lutheran 2, Sts. Peter and Paul, 1 OT: Steve Shaffer scored the overtime game-inner as the Saints improved to 13-5 after being 0-18 last season and moved into Saturday's 2: 30 MIAA C Conference title game vs. Mount Carmel.

Mount Carmel 6, Glenelg Country 0: Mount Carmel (20-0-1) got its 10th shutout, and Chris Daniloski, his 29th and 30th goals.

No. 7 Franklin 3, No. 11 Patapsco 0: All-Metro Chris Borcik scored his 26 and 27th goals, and Matt Schuster one goal as the Indians (10-2-1) routed the two-time defending Class 3A North region champion Patriots (9-2-1). Franklin plays host in tomorrow's 3 p.m. semifinal to Dundalk.

No. 10 Fallston 1, Bel Air 0: Junior Kevin Ruzek, assisted by older brother Jason, a senior, scored the game-winner with seven minutes left in the first half as the Cougars (11-2-1) gained career win No. 124 for 12th-year coach Len Petrey and remained on course to win their 10th Class 3A North region crown. Fallston plays next at Eastern Tech, a 6-0 winner over Randallstown Tuesday, at a time to be determined.

Dundalk 3, Kenwood 2: Sam DePasquali scored all of Dundalk's goals as the host Owls (8-4) edged the Bluebirds (5-4-5) in a Class 3A North quarterfinal. On a feed from B.J. Parker, DePasquali slipped the game-winner past goalie Chris O'Leary (18 saves) with five minutes left in the first half. Joey Lamb scored both goals for Kenwood.

Parkville 9, Mervo 0: Chad Meusel and Maumer Pleh had three points each to lead the host Knights (9-4-2) to a Class 4A North win. The Knights will play host to Perry Hall at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the North semifinal.

Girls soccer

No. 9 Hereford 11, Overlea 0: The Bulls (12-1-2) got two goals and an assist from Sarah Stoltz and two goals each from Paige Nichol and Lauren Ricks en route to a Class 2A North quarterfinal victory at Hereford Middle School. In tomorrow's semifinal, the Bulls will meet Towson, a 4-2 winner yesterday over Western Tech.

No. 13 Bel Air 2, No. 8 Fallston 0: Kristy Eyler and Kate Duffy scored the goals as the Bobcats (12-3) nipped Harford County rival Fallston (9-2-1) in a Class 3A North quarterfinal. Lauren Wohl made nine saves in her fourth shutout of the season. The Bobcats will meet Eastern Tech, a 9-0 winner over Randallstown yesterday, in the semifinal.

No. 14 Franklin 2, Patapsco 0: Casey Hazel scored in the game's third minute and Jesse Kleiner added a goal three minutes later to send the Indians (8-1-4) past the host Patriots in a Class 3A North region quarterfinal. The Indians will meet Dundalk, a 4-0 winner over Kenwood yesterday, in the semifinal.

Perry Hall 6, Southern-B 0: Molly McCaffery, Sharon Gill and Danielle Outen each had two points in a Class 4A North regional quarterfinal victory. The Gators (7-6) advance to meet Parkville in tomorrow's semifinal.

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