River Hill rolls past Wilde Lake, 4-0, in boys soccer

Hawks stay in 2nd place

Century girls 1-0 winners

Fall sports

High Schools

October 06, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

No. 5 River Hill had little trouble with Wilde Lake in boys soccer yesterday, beating the host team, 4-0. in a Howard County league matchup.

The Hawks (5-1) featured a balanced attack, with two of their goals coming from junior defender Matt Stara, who also had an assist, and senior defender Eric Finney.

The victory kept River Hill in second place in the county standings.

Girls soccer

No. 9 Century 1, South River 0: Senior forward Britney Eger scored on a through pass from Amanda Bradley 15 minutes into the first half to give the visiting Knights the victory.

Defender Alicia Burkhart and goalie Chloe Nichols (10 saves) anchored Century's defense.

Amanda Frushour had a solid game in the Cavaliers" goal, making nine saves.

Field hockey

No. 2 South Carroll 1, F.S. Key 0: Junior forward Rachel Graham scored with 5:22 left in the first half to give the Cava liers (7-0-1) the win.

Though they only managed the one goal, the second-ranked Cavaliers dominated the visiting Eagles, allowing them only one shot on goal.

No. 6 Glenelg 1, Long Reach 1: Opposing forwards Ashley Rabe of Long Reach and Terri Coover scored the game's only goals.

The Lightning's Molly Pope recorded a game-high 23 saves in the defensive matchup.

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