Hammond boys collect soccer win over Hebron

River Hill tops Wilde Lake

Randallstown football rolls


High Schools

October 04, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Hammond coach Trevin London implored his boys soccer team, down a goal at halftime, to pick up its intensity against eighth-ranked Mount Hebron.

The Golden Bears responded with two second-half goals that erased the deficit and surprised the previously undefeated Vikings yesterday, 2-1, in a Howard County game. Senior striker Joe Munson's first goal of the season, a shot off the right post from 20 yards out with 13 minutes left, was the difference.

With its second straight victory, Hammond improved to 2-1 in league and 2-4 overall. Mount Hebron dropped to 8-1 overall, 4-1 league.

Mount Hebron scored midway through the first half and threatened to extend the lead, but Hammond goalkeeper Kyle Weber made several saves.

No. 2 River Hill 4, Wilde Lake 0: The visiting Hawks bounced back from their first loss of the season, a 1-0 decision Tuesday to top-ranked Oakland Mills. Theo Byrd scored twice yesterday for River Hill, which improved to 7-1.

No. 3 Curley 4, Gilman 1: Dominic Costello, Joe Toto and Matt Liska scored second-half goals as the visiting Friars broke a 1-1 halftime tie with the Greyhounds.

No. 7 Loyola 2, St. Paul's 1: Matt Curran and Ryan Wooden scored second-half goals.


No. 9 Randallstown 32, Perry Hall 7: Senior Christian Varner ran for a touchdown, caught a scoring pass and returned an interception to the end zone as the visiting Rams (4-1) crushed the Gators (4-1).

No. 14 Havre de Grace 28, C.M. Wright 14: Quarterback Shane West completed nine of 22 passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns and Mike Perez rushed 22 times for 108 yards and a touchdown to power the Warriors (4-0) past the Mustangs (1-3).

Girls soccer

No. 3 John Carroll 1, Mercy 0: Ashley Myers tallied the winner with four minutes remaining in the first overtime.

No. 4 Institute of Notre Dame 1, Bel Air 0: Despite a combined 37 shots, a goal in the ninth minute by midfielder Cara Tinelli was all the Indians needed to defeat the host Bobcats.

No. 11 Eastern Tech 4, No. 15 C. Milton Wright 3: Freshman midfielder Stephanie Horchar converted off a corner kick with five minutes left in the second overtime to lift the Mavericks past the visiting Mustangs.

Field hockey

Park 1, No. 9 Severn 0: Senior center-forward Amy Weintraub scored the only goal in the 54th minute, lifting the host Bruins to an upset win over the Admirals.

No. 11 Garrison Forest 2, Friends 0: Britney Williams and Annika Alexander-Ozinskas scored for the visiting Grizzlies, who improved to 6-4-1 with their third straight win.

No. 12 Bryn Mawr 1, John Carroll 1: Junior forward Audrey Edwards scored the tying goal for the Patriots midway through the second half and junior goalkeeper Stephanie Silva, playing the second half in place of injured goalkeeper Erin O'Brien, kept the visiting Mawrtians off the board after halftime.

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