Patterson rolls past Northern to capture city championship

Idiaquez scores 3 goals as Clippers romp, 8-0

Boys soccer

October 25, 2001|By Lem Satterfield

Patterson's top scorers, David Brunetti and Wilson Idiaquez usually have no problem putting the ball into the back of the net, and yesterday's 8-0 victory over Northern of Baltimore City offered a perfect example of that.

Idiaquez scored three times and assisted on a fourth goal, and Brunetti and Henry Velasquez scored twice as the Clippers captured their third Baltimore City boys soccer crown under fourth-year coach Troy Stevenson.

Goalie Roberto Conrad scored a goal as well after being replaced by Mario Zarro in the nets, as the Clippers improved to 12-3 on the year.

A bright spot for visiting Northern, which fell to 7-3, was goal keeper Rodden Shaun, who finished with 11 saves.

"It was a well-played game, and Northern played hard throughout the entire game," said Stevenson. "This is a nice team, and this could be our best chance since I've been here of doing well in the regionals. We're senior heavy, and hoping to have a run at the region title."

Brunetti leads Patterson with 19 goals, while Wilson has 16.

Patterson last reached the 4A state semfinals in 1997, losing to Bowie of Prince George's County.

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