Spalding rallies to defeat E. Roosevelt in girls soccer

Trailing at halftime, Cavs get 4 in second in 4-1 win

Fall sports

High Schools

September 11, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Archbishop Spalding came out in the second half against Eleanor Roosevelt with a vengeance, scoring four goals to overcome a one-goal halftime deficit in a 4-1 girls soccer victory in the McDonogh Invitational.

"We told them to believe in themselves, and they do," said Cavaliers coach Bob Dieterle. "Roosevelt outplayed us in the first half, but we really contained them in the second half."

Colleen Reagan opened the scoring 10 minutes into the second half for the Cavaliers. Stopper Kelly Vereb and sweeper Nicole Brown anchored the Cavaliers' defense.

In another tournament game, senior forward Brittany Tegeler paced host McDonogh (3-0) with two goals and three assists in a 7-1 win over Bullis.

Sophomore forward Chante Sandiford also had a strong game, scoring twice.

Boys soccer

Spalding 2, No. 15 Severna Park 0: Seniors Justin Turco and Chris Thomas each had a goal and an assist in the first half to give the visiting Cavaliers all the scoring they needed.

Senior goalkeeper Kyle Fortman was tough in the net, and the Cavaliers had strong defensive efforts from senior stopper Woody Blocker and junior sweeper Mike Beard.

C.M. Wright 2, John Carroll 1: Senior forward Rodrigo Paredes took a pass from senior defender Chad Ericson and earned a penalty kick in the final minute with the score tied 1-1. Paredes converted as the host Mustangs improved to 3-0.

Field hockey

No. 4 Bryn Mawr 1, St. Mary's 0: Caki Guinee scored in the second half to lift the visiting Mawrtians (3-0) over the Saints (0-3).

No. 5 Notre Dame Prep 3, Severn 1: Back Casey Donohoe and midfielder Kelly Hansen anchored the Blazers' transition and defensive game in their win over the visiting Admirals.

No. 8 Towson 3, No. 6 Hereford 2: The host Generals (2-0) slipped past two-time defending Baltimore County champion Hereford (0-1) on senior Julie Stiltz's second goal of the game with 47 seconds left.

No. 13 Mount Hebron 1, Hammond 0: Christine Tamburello's goal 18 minutes into the first half was assisted by Ashley Francis in the host Vikings' first county game of the season.

Christina Schweitar stopped 10 shots for the Vikings.


No. 14 Catonsville def. Western Tech, 3-1: Junior setter Mallory Clary led the Comets (2-0) with 19 assists, eight kills and four aces in a victory over the host Wolverines (1-1).

Freshman Amanda Parry finished with eight digs, five kills and a team-high five aces.

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