Oakland Mills, River Hill tie

Boys soccer

September 29, 2000|By Rick Belz

Both teams developed several scoring opportunities but when the whistle blew ending the second 10-minute overtime, No. 8-ranked Oakland Mills and No. 9-ranked River Hill settled for a 0-0 tie yesterday at River Hill.

River hill goalkeeper Rizvon Gill made six saves, breaking up several plays off corner kicks and long throw-ins.

River Hill (2-2-2 overall, 0-1-1 league) put plenty of pressure on Oakland Mills (3-2-1, 0-0-1) in the second overtime. Justin Hughes kicked a shot that rattled off the far post with 6:30 left. Pat Nairin's header with less than two minutes to play bounded hard off the crossbar and back into play.

The Hawks mounted one final fast break that Oakland Mills senior sweeper Kyle Farmer headed out.

Oakland Mills goalkeeper T.J. Gleason made four saves.

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