Girls lacrosse becoming goal-oriented

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R. Hill softball team faces key game against Atholton

April 28, 2002|By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Rick Belz | Kevin Van Valkenburg and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF

It was a big week for high scoring in Howard County girls lacrosse.

Hammond's Kelly Berger tied a school record with nine goals in a 21-6 victory over Pallotti, while Glenelg's Lindsay Lewis had seven goals in a 9-8 win over Centennial in double overtime.

Days later, Lewis, who is Glenelg's all-time leader in goals, watched teammate Katie Krumpotich have her own stellar day, scoring six times in a clutch 14-12 win over Hammond.

Mount Hebron chose to spread the wealth in a 30-0 win over Atholton, as 19 players registered a goal, but no one scored more than three. Melissa McCarthy and Katrina McGowen led the Vikings with three goals each.

The Vikings (10-0, 6-0 county) will face Glenelg (8-2, 6-0) on Tuesday at Mount Hebron in a matchup of the only two undefeated teams in the county.

Softball

River Hill (12-2) overcame a 2-0 first-inning deficit to defeat Glenelg, 5-3, on Friday, and will play host to No. 2 Atholton (12-1) at 3:45 p.m. tomorrow.

The game is crucial because a win by the Hawks would tie them with the Raiders for a share of first place. River Hill has two league losses (to Atholton and Howard), while the Raiders have only one (to Glenelg).

Oakland Mills golf champs

Oakland Mills finished first in the Howard County Golf Club's spring standings with a 20-1 record. The Scorpions beat runner-up Mount Hebron (17 1/2 -3 1/2 ) and third-place Howard (15-6).

Jeff Castle of Mount Hebron won the club's Medal Play Championship at Turf Valley Country Club by scoring a 74. Nick Shevland of River Hill was second (76). And Mark Nowacek of Hammond was third (78).

Others included: Scott Spranklin of Oakland Mills (79); Blair Kennedy, Howard (81); Mike Ramey, Mount Hebron (81); Josh Notes, Oakland Mills (82); and Dale Jun, Mount Hebron (83).

Reservoir coaches

Reservoir High, Howard County's newest high school that opens in August, is holding a meet-the-coaches night for all players and parents of players at Lime Kiln Middle School at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Athletic director Ken Klock said that the school has all of its coaches hired except for girls soccer.

The list of coaches is as follows: football, Sam Singleton; boys soccer, Rick Bantz; volleyball, Toby Gearhart; field hockey, Karen Wolfe; boys cross country, Norm Beldon; girls cross country, Marcia Adams; boys basketball, Troy Diehl; girls basketball, Wolfe; wrestling, Adam Seidman; boys indoor track, Singleton; girls indoor track, Allen Brown; baseball, Adam Leader; softball, Wolfe; boys lacrosse, Billy Bloom; girls lacrosse, Amy Fine; boys outdoor track, Singleton; girls outdoor track, Beldon; tennis, Patricia Stewart.

College signings

James Mullaly of Mount Hebron has signed with the University of Miami (Fla.) to run track and cross country. Mullaly, who carries a 4.48 weighted grade-point average, received a 75 percent academic scholarship and a 9 percent athletic scholarship.

Others who have decided upon colleges include: Carrie Selmer of Glenelg, cross country and track at Winthrop; Tai and Taj Murphy of Hammond, football at Lafayette; James Violand of Oakland Mills, football at Shepherd.

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