Loyola football edges Dunbar on Hudson's field goal in OT

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September 10, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sam Hudson, who had missed two extra-point attempts, hit a 30-yard field goal in overtime that gave No. 3 Loyola a 15-12 victory over No. 4 Dunbar in Towson yesterday.

After stopping the Dons (1-0) on their overtime possession, the Poets (0-1) fumbled to set up Hudson's kick.

"I think it was evenly matched," Dunbar coach Ben Eaton said. "I just try to play the best early, and Loyola is one of the best. It prepares us for the rest of the season."

No. 2 McDonogh 33, St. Paul's 14: Bryn Holmes' 125 rushing yards and two touchdowns, including one for 40 yards in the first quarter, led the Eagles (1-0) over the host Crusaders (1-1).

No. 11 Patterson 48, Digital Harbor 0: Senior Tim Rich returned a kickoff 95 yards and a punt 41 yards for touchdowns and the host Clippers (1-0) rushed for 392 yards against the Rams (0-1).

Forest Park 37, Banks 8: Senior Alan Singletary started his own 333-yard, four-touchdown offensive show for the host Foresters by running the opening kickoff 82 yards for a touchdown in both teams' opener.

After the Lions sputtered on the next series, Singletary returned the punt 57 yards for his second touchdown.

Girls soccer

No. 3 McDonogh 1, Paul VI (Va.) 1 Colby Rhea gave the Eagles (3-1) a lead in the seventh minute, and Caitlin Webb's penalty kick clinched the win in McDonogh's tournament.

No. 6 Severna Park 1, Bowie 1: Katie Cloud scored off a corner kick with 11 minutes left to pull the Falcons (1-0-1) even in the Pioneer Shootout at Anne Arundel Community College.

Field hockey

No. 2 Roland Park 2, St. Mary's 1: Senior forward Brittany Kalkstein's goal off a pass from Anna Scanlon with a little more than 10 minutes left gave the Reds (3-0) a victory over the Saints in Annapolis.

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