Seats carries No. 2 St. Paul's past rival Roland Park, 2-1

Gators avenge earlier loss

Hereford football cruises

Fall sports

October 16, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

St Paul's junior forward Sarah Seats had a goal and an assist as the second-ranked Gators defeated host and 10th-ranked Roland Park, 2-1, in an IAAM A Conference field hockey matchup yesterday.

The win helped the No. 2 Gators (10-1-4) avenge their Sept. 20 loss to the Reds (7-5-2).

Roland Park senior goaltender Shannon Burke (three saves) had one more save than her twin sister, Gators goalie K.C. Burke.

Senior Megan Del Monte scored the Gators' first goal early, and Seats added the game-winner with 1:31 left before halftime.

Ann Margaret Millspaugh scored the lone goal for the Reds.


No. 2 Hereford 57, Owings Mills 0: The visiting Bulls scored 43 points in the first half on their way to the victory over the Eagles (0-7).

Senior halfback Corey Smith rushed for three touchdowns and had one interception as Hereford improved to 7-0.

Senior kicker Ryan Farrell made seven extra points.

Northeast 22, Annapolis 18: Justin Brockmeyer scored on a 2-yard run with 36 seconds remaining to push the host Eagles past the Panthers for the first time in school history.

Brockmeyer also kicked the extra point.

St. Paul's 32, John Carroll 25: The visiting Patriots' defense could not contain Crusaders running back Jason Caldwell, who scored four touchdowns to lead the win.

Caldwell carried the ball 15 times for 135 yards and two touchdowns and also caught two passes for 111 yards and one touchdown. His fourth touchdown came on an 83-yard punt return.

The Crusaders improved to 3-3, while the Patriots fell to 3-4.


No. 7 CHEN 3, Maret (D.C.) 0: The Bravehearts (10-0) defeated host Maret, 25-15, 25-23, 25-22, behind Roberta Holehouse's 17 kills. Setter Brittany Umetin finished with 26 assists, and Claire Sheldon added four kills.

McDonogh 3, Chapelgate 0: The Eagles collected an important win in the IAAM A Conference, staying in first place in the Red Division with the win over the Yellow Jackets.

Nadin Shelley led McDonogh with 12 kills, seven digs, four aces and two blocks.

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