Fallston tops N. Harford, 2-1, on Tress' 2nd-overtime goal

Her second score biggest in field hockey victory

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September 25, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore forward Kathleen Tress scored her second goal of the game in double overtime to give Fallston a 2-1 field hockey victory over visiting North Harford yesterday.

Tress shook a Hawks defender inside the circle and dodged right before scoring the game-winning goal 6:50 into the second extra period.

Her first goal was also unassisted and came at 11:47 of the first half to give the Cougars (5-2) a 1-0 halftime lead.

Hawks senior forward Megan Joines scored after the ball rebounded off a Cougars defender to tie the game with 13:56 remaining in regulation.

"We had a lot of possessions which we really didn't make the most of," said Cougars coach Alice Puckett. "There were a lot breakaways both directions and, the way the field is right now, it was just a really fast game."

"I'm very pleased," said Hawks coach Barb Waite. "They played their game, so if we're playing at the same level as Fallston; it could've gone either way."

This was the Cougars' opening game in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference. The Hawks (3-3) fell to 0-2 in the Chesapeake Division.

"It was big game for us because it was our first conference game," said Puckett. "They were pretty fired up because they think they have a really good team this year, and they do. It just gives us a lot confidence."

Key 2, Lutheran 1: Meredith Kotelec's goal with 2:30 left in overtime produced the win. Kotelec also had an assist on a goal by Adrienne Hunt that tied the score in the second half. Jessica Bruton stopped eight shots but couldn't keep the host Saints from dropping to 4-2.


No. 8 Bel Air 31, North Harford 0: Andrew Berry completed 13 of 22 passes for 183 yards and a touchdown to help the Bobcats (4-0) cruise past the visiting Hawks(2-2).

No. 10 Dunbar 44, Mervo 0: The Poets rushed for 310 yards and shut down the Mustangs' offense to improve to 3-1. Senior running back Nathan Irby ran for 116 yards and had touchdowns rushing, receiving and on a kick return.

Poets junior quarterback Marcus Taylor threw for 302 yards and three scores to help drop the visiting Mustangs to 1-3.

No.14 Old Mill 47, South River 20: Patriots senior quarterback John Brown finished the game with 211 passing yards and one touchdown. He also rushed for a score to lead the host Patriots (4-0) over the Seahawks (2-2).

Steve Holmes led the Patriots' receivers with seven receptions for 171 yards and one touchdown.

Spalding 6, St. Mary's 3: The Cavaliers (4-0) beat the visiting Saints (0-4) on a fourth down, 1-yard run by Mike Whittles in overtime. St. Mary's had scored in overtime on a 23-yard field goal by Chris Smith.

Boys' Latin 21, Severn 14: The Lakers defeated the visiting Cavaliers with the help of quarterback Rocco Romero, who completed 10 of 16 passing attempts for 244 yards. Romero also rushed for 84 yards and two touchdowns.

The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference Lakers improved to 1-1, and the B conference Cavaliers fell to 1-3.

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