Bryn Mawr, St. Paul's tie in field hockey

Roland Park surprises No. 5-ranked NDP, 2-1

Fall sports

September 18, 2004|By Katherine Dunn | Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF

Bryn Mawr goalie Amanda Rosenburg made two of her 12 saves in overtime yesterday to preserve a 1-1 tie with visiting St. Paul's and to share first place in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference field hockey standings.

The second-ranked Gators took the only two shots in overtime and Rosenburg made an aggressive one-on-one stop against Christina Boarman with two minutes left in the seven-on-seven overtime period.

The Gators needed a goal from Megan Del Monte with 15 seconds left in regulation to force the game into overtime. Darryll Peterson scored on a breakaway midway through the second half to give the No. 4 Mawrtians the early lead.

The Gators and the Mawrtains remain the only two teams unbeaten in the A Conference with identical 3-0-1 records. Both are 6-0-1 overall.

Roland Park 2, No. 5 Notre Dame Prep 1: Brittany Kalkstein scored with one second left in regulation to lift the Reds (3-2, 1-1 IAAM) over the Blazers (1-2). Daniela Faust passed a rebound to Kalkstein for the game-winner.

No. 7 Glenelg 5, Howard 0: Senior Ashley Levering netted two goals and senior midfielder Jen Cochran had an assist to pace the Gladiators. Goalkeeper Beth Koskovich stopped 20 shots for the Lions, but the host Gladiators (4-1-1) earned a shutout behind junior Caitlin O'Neill.

No. 8 Archbishop Spalding 1, Severn 1: Despite a 14-6 advantage in shots and 14-9 edge in penalty corners, the host Cavaliers (4-2-1) had to come back late in the second half to salvage a tie against the Admirals.

Senior Katie Monaghan, strong throughout the game in the middle of the field, scored the tying goal with less than 11 minutes to play off an assist from Kate Latonick on the Cavaliers' 11th penalty corner. The Admirals opened the scoring midway through the second half when senior Kyle Roth scored off a feed from Anastasia Adam.

Both teams had scoring chances in the seven-minute, seven-aside overtime period.

Severn keeper Jobi Manson finished with 13 saves.

No. 13 Mount Hebron 2, Centennial 1: Lauren Sterner's second goal gave the Vikings (3-1) an overtime win over the Eagles in the first game played on Mount Hebron's new Bermuda grass field.

Centennial's Chelsea Parks had tied the game on a penalty-stroke goal with 1:17 left in the first half.

Bel Air 1, Altholton 0: On a fast break, Erin Sell passed the ball to Kaylia Frazier five minutes into overtime to lift the visiting Bobcats over the Raiders.

Boys soccer

No. 1 McDonogh 3, Dulaney 0: Matt Beckman and Xavier Rock each had a goal and an assist as the host Rams (6-0-2) cruised over the Lions.

No. 5 Archbishop Curley 3, Chestnut Hill (Pa.) 0: B.J. Quigley had a goal and an assist and Joseph Toto added two assists, carrying the Friars (7-2) to a win at the Reebok Invitational in Philadelphia.

No. 7 Fallston 4, Long Reach 0: C.J. Cover scored a pair of goals and Evan Minarik assisted on three scores to lead the seventh-ranked Cougars (5-0).

Sun staff writer Glenn P. Graham contributed to this article.

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