Eastern Tech upsets Loch Raven for its 8th shutout in boys soccer

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October 14, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Bernie Cruey scored in the 39th minute and Matt Gardner added an insurance goal in the 48th minute as host Eastern Tech defeated No. 11 Loch Raven, 2-0, yesterday in boys soccer.

It was the eighth shutout for Eastern Tech (9-3), which also has posted blowout wins of 17-0 and 21-0 this season.

Jason Alex made 12 saves for the Mavericks and Tom Kuntzman had 10 for Loch Raven (10-2).

Field hockey

No. 12 Notre Dame Prep 1, No. 10 Roland Park 1: NDP's Lauren Gunning tied the score in the second half as the Blazers (5-5-2) and the Reds played to an overtime draw.

Brittany Kalstein gave Roland Park a 1-0 lead in the first half. Shannon Burke made nine saves for the Reds and Kelly Feirtag had eight for the Blazers.

South Carroll 1, Winters Mill 0: Senior forward Liz Fries scored two minutes into the second half to lift the Cavaliers.

Senior center-midfielder Angelica Ervin got the assist.

Due to the field conditions, the visiting Cavaliers (9-1-1) had to shift many of their players to score against an already tough Winters Mill defense led by goalie Jenelle Averill.

The Cavaliers unleashed 23 shots on goal against Averill, who had 11 saves.

Volleyball

McDonogh def. Spalding, 3-2: The Eagles' junior setter, Claire Daniels, had 30 assists, three aces and three kills in a five-game win over the host Cavaliers, who are in third place in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference.

The Eagles' top scorer was junior outside hitter Paola Sierra, who had a team-leading 17 kills.

The win puts McDonogh (12-2) into second place in the IAAM A Conference.

Girls soccer

No. 5 Eastern Tech 4, Loch Raven 0: Erica Stimmel scored in each half to power the visiting Mavericks (12-1) to a shutout victory over the Raiders.

With the win, Eastern Tech secured a spot in the county championship.

Kelly Gallagher made three saves for the Mavericks and Rachael Wisner had six for Loch Raven.

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