Loyola hands Urbana another loss

Opportunistic Dons leave Hawks at 0-3

Hereford rolls, 58-12

Roundup

September 21, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore quarterback Brady Smith scored on a 4-yard run and added a touchdown on a 22-yard return of an interception as visiting Loyola rode a dominating defensive effort to a 21-11 victory over host Urbana in Ijamsville yesterday.

Loyola improved to 2-1 in coach Brian Abbott's first season.

Urbana, which entered the season with a state-record 50-game winning streak, is now 0-3 after losses to Gilman, Park View (Va.) and now Loyola. This was the first home loss for the Hawks since 1997.

After the Dons trailed 11-7 at halftime, senior Paul Quayle opened the second half with a 99-yard kickoff return to give Loyola a 14-11 lead.

The Dons' defense allowed only a 31-yard field goal to Urbana's Eric Lenz in the first quarter. The Hawks' other points came on two Loyola special teams miscues.

No. 2 Hereford 58, Catonsville 12: Senior fullback Adam Goloboski had 11 carries for 187 yards and two touchdowns and added 16 tackles as a linebacker as the host Bulls (3-0) romped past the Comets (2-1).

No. 4 Old Mill 36, South River 13: Senior tailback Brashaad Mayweather racked up 196 yards on 23 carries and scored four touchdowns to lead the host Patriots (3-0) over the Seahawks (1-2).

No. 5 Joppatowne 35, Rising Sun 6: The host Mariners (3-0) got three rushing touchdowns and 117 yards rushing from senior Josh McKemy.

No. 6 Annapolis 35, Glen Burnie 13: Demario Harris rushed 15 times for a 174 yards to power the Panthers (3-0) past the Gophers (1-2).

No. 8 Patterson 36, Douglass 0: Brandon Williams scored three touchdowns as the visiting Clippers (3-0) rolled.

No. 9 Eastern Tech 28, Owings Mills 16: Jamar Davis and Dietrich Wright scored two touchdowns apiece as the Mavericks (2-1) handed the host Eagles (2-1) their first loss.

No. 11 Edmondson 42, Southwestern 0: Greg Hawkins scored four touchdowns to pace a rout by the host Red Storm (3-0).

No. 15 Broadneck 17, Arundel 14: Tommy O'Neil scored on a four-yard touchdown run late in the game to lift the visiting Bruins (2-1) over the Wildcats (1-2).

Severna Park 7, Chesapeake-AA 0: A David Horn 24-yard touchdown pass to junior Dean Samuals on the game's opening drive stood up, as the Falcons (2-1) upended the host Cougars (2-1).

Boys soccer

No. 1 River Hill 3, Howard 0: The Hawks (3-0) got goals from Brian Walter, Justin Hughes and Jeremy Smith in the shutout of the host Lions.

No. 6 South River 4, Arundel 0: Steve Ridgeway made seven saves to record his third shutout for the host Seahawks (4-1-1).

Fallston 3, No. 14 Patapsco 1: David Feazell broke a 1-1 tie by converting a corner kick with nine minutes left in the first half as the Cougars (3-1) upset the host Patriots (2-2-1).

Girls soccer

No. 1 St. Mary's 7, St. Mary's-Ryken 0: The visiting Saints (5-2-1) rebounded from two straight losses behind senior Mary Key's two goals and two assists.

No. 2 River Hill 6, Howard 0: Jackie Stromberg and Jamie Goertler had two goals each to lead the Hawks (5-0, 2-0 in Howard County) past the visiting Lions (1-3, 0-2).

Fallston 2, No. 3 Perry Hall 1: Seconds after the Gators tied the game on a goal by Lori Carpenter with eight minutes left, the Cougars (1-1-1) responded with a goal by Emily Saltsman to earn the upset on the road.

No. 5 Centennial 3, Hammond 0: Sophomore Hayley Siegel scored a goal in each half as the host Eagles (5-0-2, 2-0 in Howard County) downed the Bears (2-2, 0-2).

No. 12 Franklin 2, Bel Air 0: Junior forward Martha Mitchell scored both goals for the visiting Indians (3-1-1).

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