McIntosh passes Overlea through Catonsville, 40-34

Centennial earns 3-0 win over Hebron in girls soccer


October 06, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

All that Overlea quarterback Craig McIntosh needed was a chance, and his defense was happy to oblige.

After the Falcons stopped Catonsville on fourth-and-goal at the 1, McIntosh threw a 55-yard touchdown pass to Eddie Johnson in the fourth quarter to beat the host Comets, 40-34.

"That was an incredible win," said Falcons coach R.J. Windows. "We went from 1-9 last year, and we are now 4-1."

McIntosh was 11-for-15 for 224 yards and three touchdowns to help overcome a three-touchdown performance by Catonsville's Chris Washington.

No. 9 Old Mill 24, Severna Park 14: Brashaad Mayweather rushed for 199 yards to lead the Patriots (4-1). Severna Park's Brian Burns returned the opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown, but the Falcons (1-4) were then kept off the board until the fourth quarter.

Glen Burnie 27, North County 26: Carlos Gray's 51-yard touchdown run with 5:51 left proved to be the game-winner, as Greg Tyzack's 39-yard field-goal attempt with 30 seconds left came up short.

Gray's touchdown capped a furious comeback for the Gophers (3-2), who erased a 26-7 third-quarter deficit.

Girls soccer

No. 9 Centennial 3, No. 6 Mount Hebron 0: Julie Richter scored two goals and freshman Mandy Paizs added one to help the Eagles (7-2, 3-1 league) defeat the host Vikings (6-2, 3-1).

Paizs broke behind the Mount Hebron defense in the third minute and fired a shot past Vikings goalkeeper Katlin Porter for a 1-0 lead. The Eagles' defense took over from there, shutting down the Vikings by double-teaming All-Metro midfielder Julie Napolitano.

Atholton 3, Wilde Lake 2: The Raiders (3-2-1, 2-2) got three first-half goals, then turned back a late rally to upset the Wildecats (4-5, 2-2), who were coming off a win over No. 2 River Hill on Tuesday.

No. 3 St. Mary's 8, Maryvale 2: Bibi Anderson had two goals to lead the Saints to their 10th win.

Boys soccer

No. 2 River Hill 3, Glenelg 1: Junior Justin Hughes scored 12 minutes into the game, and the Hawks (5-0-1) added two more before halftime to gain control over the Gladiators.

No. 10 Mount St. Joseph 4, St. Mary's 2: Michael Dougherty scored the tying goal with 20 minutes left in the first half and put home the game-winner just two minutes into the second half for the Gaels, who upped their record to 7-2-1 overall, and 6-1-1 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference.

Field hockey

Severn 3, No. 9 Archbishop Spalding 2: Senior Whitney Gratrix scored on a penalty stroke with about four minutes left as the Admirals (5-4) upset the Cavaliers (7-2-1).

No. 3 Bryn Mawr 0, Friends 0, OT: Senior Meg Baldwin made 15 saves to preserve a scoreless tie for the Quakers (2-4-1), who broke a four-game losing streak. Friends managed just one shot on the Mawrtians (5-2-2).

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