Desautels helps Broadneck finish off Arundel, 30-0

Kicker sets two records

Woodlawn wins in 3 OTs

Fall sports

High Schoools

September 21, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Chris Desautels set Anne Arundel County career and single-game kicking records with three field goals to lead the No. 5 and host Broadneck football team to its eighth straight win over Arundel since 1998 by 30-0 in Cape St. Claire last night.

It was the completion of a suspended game from Friday night in which Desautels kicked field goals from 43 and 26 yards. He added his record third of the game on a career-long 46 yards, to give him a county career record 18th. That is one short of the state public record of 19 set by Linganore's Justin Brown from 1993-95.

The overall state record is 33 by DeMatha's David DeArmas in 1989-90.

Lightning halted play with 8:56 left in the first half Friday and Broadneck (3-0) leading 13-0 over the Wildcats (2-1). Picking it up from there last night, the Bruins got a 14-yard touchdown run by Brandon Johnson and a Tony Marino 36-yard touchdown pass to Tyrone Johnson in the second half along with the field goal and two extra points by Desautels.

Woodlawn 18, Catonsville 12: James Gamble scored on a 4-yard pass from Michael Whitehead in the third overtime to lead the Warriors (1-2) over the visiting Comets (2-1).

Field hockey

No. 10 Hereford 2, C.M. Wright 1: Becky Sebastian scored on a penalty corner in the seventh minute of overtime to lift the visiting Bulls to a come-from-behind victory over the Mustangs.

The Bulls (2-2) did not score until the final 54 seconds of regulation, but they dominated the seven-on-seven overtime period with three corners and four shots. On a corner play in overtime, Amy Valerino passed the ball out to Sebastian, who drove it down the middle. The ball caromed off the pads of Mustangs goalie Sarah Brockmeyer for the game-winner.

The Mustangs (3-2) took the lead on Theresa Piccione's goal in the first three minutes, but they managed little offense in the second half and no shots in overtime.

No. 8 Spalding 1, No. 13 Garrison Forest 0: On a breakaway, forward Krisitin Mayer crossed a pass from the top of the circle to forward Caitlin Sullivan 3:44 into the second half to hand the Cavaliers (5-2-1) a win over the visiting Grizzlies (4-3).

John Carroll 2, North Harford 1: Forward Chelsea Eldreth scored twice in the final five minutes to push the visiting Patriots over the Hawks (3-2).

Eldreth's first goal came off a corner pass from North Harford transfer Courtney Aburn with 4:14 left. Her second came off a Katie Garnett hit from the top of the circle with 1:51 remaining.

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