Boys' Latin football tops No. 12 Curley, 16-13


High Schools

October 13, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Boys' Latin football team ended a three-game losing streak by upsetting No. 12 and host Archbishop Curley, 16-13, yesterday.

The Lakers (2-3) took a 16-13 lead on a 10-yard touchdown run by Jerome Featherstone (15 carries for 110 yards) with six minutes remaining. Curley (5-1) responded with a 65-yard drive in the game's waning moments, setting up a first-and-goal on the Lakers' 1-yard line, but it was stopped on four straight plays as time expired.

"We were outmanned numbers-wise and size-wise, but our kids rose up," said Lakers' defensive coordinator Damon Yaffe.

Quarterback Pat Mahoney completed 13 of 17 passes for 167 yards and touchdown for Boys' Latin. Teammate Brian Reed led the defense with 16 tackles and a fumble recovery.

Patterson 32, Edmondson 22: Thomas Smith had 132 yards rushing and three touchdowns to lead the Clippers (5-1) in a game that pitted Baltimore City's two winningest coaches - Patterson's Roger Wrenn and Edmondson's Pete Pompey.

The win gave Wrenn 196 wins, one more than Pompey. Edmondson fell to 3-3.

No. 5 Broadneck 26, South River 0: Freddie Steinmark ran for two touchdowns and added 106 yards passing to lead the host Bruins (5-1). Tommy O'Neil led Broadneck's rushing with 157 yards on 16 carries.

Boys soccer

No. 8 Mount Hebron 2, Atholton 1: Junior Sevi Senanan scored with seven minutes left in the second overtime to lift the Vikings (9-2, 5-1 Howard County). Mount Hebron senior Jimmy Elliott sent the game into overtime, scoring with a minute to play.

No. 7 Oakland Mills 1, Wilde Lake 0: Senior Normeni Tokpa headed in Glenn Clardy's corner kick with 15 minutes left for the Scorpions (4-3-1) at home.

Girls soccer

No. 2 St. Mary's 3, Archbishop Spalding 1: The Saints(13-1-1, 7-0 IAAM A Conference) put the game away in the first half with goals by juniors Mary Key and Bibi Anderson, and sophomore Jennifer Dunbar.

No. 9 Hammond 1, Glenelg 0: Melissa Workman scored the game's only goal with about 10 minutes remaining in regulation to lift the visiting Bears (9-1).

Field hockey

No. 3 River Hill 3, Hammond 2: Senior Erica Hyrowski's hat trick led the Hawks (10-0-2, 6-0-1 Howard County), who allowed their first two goals of the season.

No. 5 Roland Park 1, No. 13 Severn 0: Jessica Winicki scored three minutes into the game for the Reds (5-3-1) on the road.

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