NDP edges Bryn Mawr, 1-0

Blazers win field hockey matchup in overtime

Garrison Forest rolls

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October 02, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Notre Dame Prep handed visiting Bryn Mawr its first field hockey loss of the season by surpassing the visiting Mawrtians, 1-0, in overtime yesterday.

"We were ready for it; that was the goal to take it away. It was their turn to see how it felt to lose one," Blazers coach Erin Merrick said on handing the Mawrtians their first loss.

The third-ranked Blazers topped the 15th-ranked Mawrtians on a drive by senior midfielder Alex Radebaugh in the beginning of the extra period.

The Mawrtians defeated their Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A conference rival 1-0 on Sept. 8, but were unable to repeat the feat.

"[The Sept. 8 game] was our first game. It was a game we could have won if we played our best hockey, but we didn't. It wasn't consistent today, but at times we did play our best hockey," Merrick said.

The Mawrtians fell to 9-1-1 overall and 6-1-1 in the conference. The Blazers improved to 5-3-1 overall and 4-3-1 in the conference.

The Blazers' win capped off a solid week during which they tied second-ranked St. Paul's and defeated St. Mary's.

"I think the league this year is pretty evenly matched. On any given day anything can happen. Bryn Mawr was the one pulling themselves ahead by being undefeated. I think their loss just evens up the playing field in the conference," Merrick said.

No. 10 Garrison Forest 3, No. 9 Spalding 0: Forwards Melissa Pazornik and Poppy Hall and defender Katey Zouck each scored as the Grizzlies (6-4) surprised the visiting Cavaliers (7-5-1).

After losing to the Cavaliers 1-0 earlier this season, the Grizzlies bounced back.

No. 6 Glenelg 5, Wilde Lake 1: Senior forward Terri Coover scored twice as the visiting Gladiators (8-1-1) rolled over the Wildecats (0-7).

Girls soccer

No. 7 Glenelg 1, Reservoir 0: Junior forward Kristen Krammer headed her third goal of the season off a pass from junior forward Amanda Taylor with about six minutes remaining to launch the host Gladiators (6-2) into first place in Howard County.

Gator junior goalkeeper Christa Puccio saved 28 shots in a physical game, but her team suffered its first county loss and fell to 6-1 overall.

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