Spalding ties after OT goal recalled

Cavaliers, St. Paul's settle for draw in field hockey

Fall sports

High Schools

October 07, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Kit Sullivan scored on a pass from Rachel Rzepkowski 10 minutes into the second half to secure 10th-ranked Spalding a 2-2 overtime tie with third-ranked St. Paul's yesterday in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference field hockey game.

In overtime, Spalding's Christine Roth scored on a deflection as time ran out, but the Cavaliers' goal was called back because the shot was too high.

Katie Monaghan scored in the first half on a penalty stroke for the Cavaliers (8-4-2).

The host Gators (7-1-3) scored twice in the first on goals from Caitlin Sloane and Christina Boarman.

Mount de Sales 1, Key 0: Dannielle Rhinehart helped the visiting Sailors remain undefeated by scoring their only goal with 9:42 to play in the first half on a cross from the right. In a tough defensive match, goalie Amy DiPaola had nine saves in the shutout for the Sailors, and Jenna Jarriel had 17 saves for Key (3-3-3).

The Sailors (10-0) remained in first place in the IAAM C Conference.

Girls volleyball

Roland Park 3, Catholic 2: After losing the first two sets, senior outside hitter Ameerah Brooks (12 kills) guided the Reds (9-0) back to win the final three to defeat the visiting Cubs.

Boys volleyball

Loyola 3, John Carroll 2: Outside hitters Brett Keller and Max Pompa led the Dons (9-1) over the visiting Patriots (8-1). Keller had 20 kills and two aces and Pompa had 19 kills.

The Patriots are the defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champions and defeated the Dons in the championship last year.

Girls soccer

No. 14 Bel Air 3, North East 0: Christina Dove, Ashley Bolling and Nicole Smolenski each scored one goal to lift the Bobcats (8-2-1) over the host Indians.

Statistics

The Sun is compiling statistics for football, field hockey, boys and girls soccer and volleyball to be published on Mondays. Coaches or team statisticians should call 410-332-6786 or 1-800-829-8000, ext. 6786, anytime between Friday and 11 p.m. Saturday.

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