Philly trips yield OT win, tie for Balto. soccer powers

Pearman goal boosts Cal. Hall

Loyola draws

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High School

September 15, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Two of the area's elite boys' soccer teams - Calvert Hall and Loyola - won and drew, respectively, on the road against two Philadelphia-area powers in the Hummel Classic yesterday.

Brett Pearman scored in the fourth minute of the second overtime to give the second-ranked Cardinals (4-0) a 2-1 victory over Penn Charter. And the No. 5 Dons (4-2-1) and Chestnut Hill played to a 1-1 tie, with Loyola's Matt Curran scoring with 10 seconds left in regulation to send the game into overtime.

Chestnut Hill, which got on the board on Eric Burke's long strike, needed several point-blank saves from James Romano to keep the game deadlocked.

Calvert Hall's game was as dramatic. The Cardinals scored the overtime goal when midfielder Ben Pardew flicked a header to Pearman, who split two defenders and dribbled past the goalkeeper before putting the ball home.

In the first half, the Cardinals struck first with Will Bach's tally in the 22nd minute, which Penn Charter's Jake Linus answered six minutes later.

Calvert Hall will take on Chestnut Hill in today's second game, while Loyola will play Penn Charter at 11 a.m.

Girls soccer

No. 4 John Carroll 3, Catholic 0: Junior Amy Graul and freshmen Jammie Zimmerman and Ashley Myers scored for the victorious Patriots (2-1). Myers added an assist, setting up Graul's game-winning goal 17 minutes into the first half. Kris Dresher made three saves en route to her first shutout of the season.

No. 10 Notre Dame Prep 2, Maryvale 1: The Blazers (1-3) overcame the Lions and the play of Megan Heuther (20 saves), thanks to senior forward Sonia Sidlak's second-half goal five minutes after Casey Hazel had tied the game for Maryvale. Junior forward Jenna Wontrop scored the contest's first goal off a pass from senior Amy Alecci.

Institute of Notre Dame 1, C. Milton Wright 0: Sophomore goalkeeper Kim Proctor's 11 saves helped lift the visiting Indians (3-2) to a non-league victory over the Mustangs. Stacey Pokrywka headed in the only goal on a first-half corner kick from Laura Hauck.

Football

No. 5 Hereford 63, Towson 7: Eight players scored touchdowns for the Bulls (2-0), and sophomore kicker John Dinkins tied a school record by kicking nine extra points. Senior fullback Grant Hemmerly also had a big day for Hereford, rushing 10 times for 83 yards and two touchdowns.

No. 10 Mervo 34, Northwestern 0: Derreck McDonald returned a blocked punt 30 yards for a touchdown less than two minutes into the game for the Mustangs. He later had a touchdown reception in the fourth quarter, helping Mervo to its second win.

Poly 12, No. 13 Forest Park 6: Senior quarterback Tavon McGee hit Praedian Montgomery on a 10-yard slant on the first play of overtime, giving the Engineers (1-1) an upset win over the host Foresters. McGee also connected with senior Teddy Savage in the third quarter to tie the game at 6.

Field hockey

No. 5 Long Reach 3, Bel Air 0: Jessica Robertson notched her third shutout this season, and Sherry Epperson opened the scoring for the Lightning (4-0)10 minutes into play on an offensive corner by Kerri Lorch.

No. 12 River Hill 1, No. 9 St. Paul's 0: With one starter sidelined and three others playing despite the flu, the Hawks (4-0) upset the Gators (1-2). In a hard-fought contest, Erica Hyrowski found the net 20 minutes into the first half with a blistering 18-yard shot.

River Hill was led by its defense of Nicole Mele, Carolyn Mack and Carolyn Contney.

McDonogh 3, St. Mary's 0: Junior Eva McCausland struck first for the Eagles (2-2), and Brooke Poklemba and Heidi Pollowkoss followed as the Eagles stop the visiting Saints.

Volleyball

No. 3 Towson 3, Lansdowne 0: The host Generals (2-1) were led by senior outside hitter Ashley Windisch, who had seven kills, and junior Stephanie Kines, who turned in six kills and five aces in Towson's 15-4, 15-5, 15-4 victory.

No. 5 Dulaney 3, Loch Raven 0: Veronica Briggs had 14 kills to spearhead the Lions' 15-5, 15-4, 15-10 win. Leading 13-4 in the final game, the Raiders scored six straight points before falling.

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