N. Harford surprises 4th-ranked Joppatowne

Hawks send Mariners to first defeat, 30-12


High schools

October 05, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Dan Tyrell passed for three touchdowns and ran for one more yesterday as host North Harford upset No. 4 Joppatowne, 30-12.

Tyrell, who has eight touchdown passes this season, threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Josh Wilson in the second quarter to give North Harford (3-2) the lead for good over the Mariners (4-1).

"This was possibly the biggest win in the history of our program and certainly the best since I've been here," said second-year Hawks coach Ken Brinkman.

No. 2 Hereford 42, Lansdowne 0: The visiting Bulls (5-0) racked up 510 yards of total offense and got two touchdowns apiece from Adam Goloboski and Pat Butt in the romp over the Vikings (1-4).

No. 12 Francis Scott Key 37, Boonsboro 7: Eric Saunders ran for 106 yards and scored two touchdowns as the host Eagles (5-0) defeated the Warriors (2-3).

No. 14 Boys' Latin 14, John Carroll 7: Senior running back Jerome Featherstone threw a 77-yard halfback option pass to wide-out Trey Sheain with three minutes left in the game. That play lifted the Lakers (4-0, 2-0) past the host Patriots (0-4, 0-2) in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference Silver Division game.

No. 15 Dunbar 32, #418 6: Senior Herman Hayes had 111 yards receiving and two touchdowns to lead the visiting Poets (5-0).

Boys soccer

No. 1 River Hill 4, Wilde Lake 0: Mo Hamzeh scored twice as the top-ranked Hawks (7-1-1, 4-1 Howard County) downed the Wildecats (5-2).

Girls soccer

No. 1 River Hill 3, Wilde Lake 0: Robin Bishop scored the game-winner with about 14 minutes left in the first half as the Hawks (9-0, 6-0 Howard County) beat the host Wildecats (5-1-1, 4-1).

No. 3 Centennial 2, Oakland Mills 1: Senior midfielder Beth Foley scored her second goal of the game with about seven minutes left to lift the Eagles (9-0-2, 6-0 Howard County) past the host Scorpions (0-8-1, 3-1).

No. 4 Perry Hall 4, Western Tech 0: Senior Tara Stadler scored her first goal of the season for the Gators (9-1), who recorded their eighth shutout.

No. 9 Arundel 3, Glen Burnie 1: Alli Wilkerson scored two goals and assisted on another as the visiting Wildcats (7-2-1) rolled.

Field hockey

No. 3 Fallston 4, Havre de Grace 0: Chelsea Gebhardt scored less than three minutes into the game to start the rout for the visiting Cougars (8-1).

No. 15 North Carroll 2, Westminster 1: Junior Jessica Pickard scored seven minutes into the second half to spark the host Panthers (7-0-2, 5-0-1 Carroll County) over the Owls (3-2-2).


No. 6 Mount Hebron 3, No. 3 River Hill 0: In her first career start, Heather Bennett registered five kills and served over 90 percent, as the host Vikings (6-2, 5-2) notched a key Howard County win over the Hawks (6-2), 15-5, 15-11, 15-7.

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