Dulaney takes down Franklin in 3

11th-ranked Indians suffer first loss in volleyball

Fall sports

High Schools

September 22, 2004|By Katherine Dunn | Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF

Dulaney's unranked volleyball team dispensed with its second straight ranked opponent last night, beating No. 11 Franklin, 25-21, 25-21, 25-16, in a Baltimore County Class 4A/3A Division contest.

The Lions' win, paced by Kasey Crawford's 12 kills, came on the heels of Friday night's three-game sweep of then-No. 13 Catonsville. The Lions have won five straight matches since a season-opening loss to No. 6 Severna Park and have improved to 5-1 overall and 2-0 in the division.

Host Franklin, however, had not lost a game all season and was coming off an even bigger Friday night win - an upset sweep of three-time defending county champion Towson.

The Indians (4-1, 0-1) could not sustain the momentum last night, falling behind early in the last two games.

The Lions also received eight kills from Jordi Miller and a couple of key kills in the final game from Stacy McWilliams. Setter Allison Kilchenstein recorded 28 assists.

Boys soccer

No. 3 Loyola 2, Spalding 0: Tim Dubyoski scored in the seventh minute, and the visiting Dons stayed a step in front of the Cavaliers (2-4) throughout.

Loyola (7-0-1) is 5-0 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference going into tomorrow's showdown against top-ranked McDonogh.

The opening goal set the tone for the game, with hard work coming from Zach Sell in the right corner to set up Dubyoski for the goal in front. John Lindsay provided an insurance goal early in the second half.

"We knew it was going to be tough because Spalding always plays us hard. I think the key was our intensity." said Loyola coach Kyle Swords.

Field hockey

No. 3 South Carroll 4, North Carroll 0: Senior midfielder Liz Fries scored a goal in each half to lift the Cavaliers (5-0-1) over the host Panthers (2-2).

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

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