South Carroll, Glenelg tie in field hockey, 2-2

No. 9 Gladiators erase Cavaliers' early 2-0 lead

Fall sports

High Schools

September 08, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

South Carroll's third-ranked field hockey team took a two-goal lead in less than five minutes at No. 9 Glenelg yesterday, but the Gladiators fought back to a 2-2 double-overtime tie.

Angelica Ervin and Britt Woodfield scored the early goals for the Cavaliers (2-0-1). Katy Narron cut the lead to 2-1 on a penalty stroke in the 10th minute. Terri Coover tied the game for the Gladiators (0-1-1), on a pass from Alana Marrie three minutes into the second half.

The two teams played two seven-on-seven overtime periods in which Glenelg goalie Caitlin O'Neill made four of her 12 saves. Cavaliers goalie Erin Sheridan also finished with 12 saves.

No. 11 Fallston 6, Atholton 0: The Cougars bounced back from their season-opening loss to Bryn Mawr with a 6-0 win over the visiting Raiders (0-2). Forward Kahtleen Tress led the Cougars (1-1) with two goals and an assist. Brittany Weller also scored two goals for the Cougars.

Annapolis 3, St. Mary's 2: The Saints couldn't hold on to a 2-0 halftime lead over the visiting Panthers, as forward Sophia Garcia scored an unassisted goal two minutes into overtime for Annapolis' first win.

F.S. Key 2, Frederick 1, OT: Eagles forward Laura Keller scored on a cross pass from Katie Philpott to lift F.S. Key over the host Cadets.

Boys soccer

No.11 Loyola 1, St. Paul's 0: Bojo Bauer scored with 20 minutes left in the first half to lift the Dons (2-0) over the host Crusaders. Back Matthew Schoreder played an aggressive game to lead the Dons' defense.

Volleyball

No. 14 Catonsville 3, Lansdowne 0: Led by junior Mallory Clary (19 assists, four kills) and freshman Amanda Parry, (eight kills, four aces), the Comets (1-0) defeated the Vikings (1-1).

Fallston 3, C.M. Wright 2: The visiting Cougars upset the reigning Harford County champions in a five-game contest. Senior setter Jess Foerster led the Cougars (2-0) with 31 assists and 30 service points.

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