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 to gain their first win of the season.

Boys soccer

No.11 Loyola 1, St. Paul's 0: Bojo Bauer scored with 20 min utes 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.


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. Se nior setter Jess Foerster led the Cougars (2-0) with 31 assists and 30 service points.Teammate Katie Dilworth had 10 digs and nine kills.

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