McDonogh upends No. 1 NDP, 4-3, in girls soccer

Gibbons' late goal wins it

No. 2 River Hill boys roll

Fall sports

High Schools

September 14, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

With a big offensive effort in the first half and an organized defense in the second, No. 7 McDonogh edged top-ranked Notre Dame Prep, 4-3, in girls soccer in Owings Mills yesterday.

Goals by Chante Sandiford, Colby Rhea and Kim Dubansky gave the Eagles (4-3, 1-0 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) a 3-2 halftime lead, and Megan Gibbons added a late second-half goal that proved to be the game-winner.

The Blazers (3-1, 1-1) were trailing 4-2 with six minutes left when senior Caitlyn McFadden scored off an indirect kick at the top of the penalty area.

McDonogh coach Maurice Boylan Jr. was pleased with his team's fast start, in which Sandiford and Rhea scored a minute apart 10 minutes into the game.

No. 7 Eastern Tech 3, Towson 1: Tara Carpenter scored early and Rachel Tragesar added two goals as the Mavericks (1-0) won at Towson.

Boys soccer

No. 2 River Hill 3, Urbana 0: Matt Stara's goal and assist led the Hawks' season-opening win over the visitors from Frederick County (0-2).

No. 9 Fallston 3, Reservoir 1: Coach Christopher Hoover credited junior midfielders Nelson Hannas, Andy Stromberg and Joe Dove for controlling the flow of the game for the Cougars in the second half in Fulton.

No. 11 Eastern Tech 2, Towson 1: Defender Dan Hueter's goal in the final minute capped a comeback for the Mavericks (2-2), who beat the host Generals (0-3) despite being held scoreless until the 60th minute.

No. 12 Severna Park 3, Southern 0: Eric Campeneschi, assisted by Taylor Young, scored the first of three goals in the final 29 minutes as the visiting Falcons (2-2) shut out the Bulldogs (2-2).

Field hockey

No. 4 South River 11, Meade 0: Ashley Lawrence's three goals led the Seahawks (3-0) at Fort Meade.

No. 5 Mount Hebron 3, No. 10 Fallston 2: Lauren Sterner did all the scoring for the visiting Vikings (5-0), who edged the Cougars (2-2) for the second time in four days. She also scored in the Vikings' 1-0 title win in Saturday's Garrison Forest tournament.

No. 9 Dulaney 8, Patapsco 0: Juniors Dana Poist and Anne-Marie Biser scored twice each for the host Lions (1-0).

No. 14 C. Milton Wright 5, River Hill 2: Forward Brittany Paulshock had a hand in each goal for the host Mustangs (3-0-1), finishing with three goals and two assists.

No. 15 Hereford 3, Catonsville 1: Katherine Wittelsberger scored two goals and set up Kirstin Betsill's goal early in the second half as the host Bulls (1-1-1) beat the Comets (1-1).


No. 3 Liberty 3, Linganore 1: Jen Schissler recorded six kills and Whitney Miller had seven aces among her 20 service points as the Lions (3-0) cruised against the Lancers (0-3), 25-10, 25-7, 25-10.

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