No. 1 River Hill ties No. 10 Centennial

Boys soccer

September 15, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

No. 1 River Hill dominated offensively but was unable to finish numerous scoring chances from close range, settling for a scoreless tie with No. 10 Centennial at Howard last night in the Through Charlie's Eyes Kicking Cancer Soccer Tournament.

There was no overtime in the charity event named for former Howard player Charlie Hlass, who died from cancer in 1999.

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