No. 2 Roland Park edges B. Mawr in field hockey

No. 8 Mawrtians fall, 2-1

No. 4 Loyola boys soccer shuts out St. Paul's, 3-0

Fall sports

High Schools

September 15, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The No. 2-ranked Roland Park field hockey team inched ahead of No. 8 Bryn Mawr with the help of lead scorer Brittany Kalkstein in a 2-1 victory yesterday.

Tigh Hutchins pushed the Mawrtians (1-2-1) into a 1-0 lead seven minutes into the second half. Kalkstein scored twice for the Reds (4-0), tying the game with 11 minutes to go in the second half and then hitting the game-winner with five minutes left.

No. 8 Archbishop Spalding 1, Severn 1: Christine Roth scored the game-tying goal with 10:40 left in the first half as the Cavaliers (4-2-1) and host Admirals (1-2-2) played to a draw.

Keri Houser gave Severn a 1-0 lead with 26 minutes left in the first half.

No. 10 Fallston 5, Reservoir 0: Kim McDaniel had a goal and an assist as the host Cougars (3-2) shut out the Gators (0-2).

Boys soccer

No. 4 Loyola 3, St. Paul's 0: Gerard Saverese scored the game-winning goal in the first three minutes before Will Poletis and Eric Noto added insurance goals for the Dons (5-0-2).

Garrett Quinn made eight saves for the Crusaders, six more than Loyola's Akira Fitzgerald.

No. 6 Archbishop Curley 1, Gilman 0: Junior B.J. Quigley scored the game-winning goal off his own rebound with five seconds to go in the first overtime, leading the Friars (3-2-1) to a victory over the Greyhounds.

No. 8 Mount St. Joseph 2, John Carroll 1: Sean Dougherty scored the game-winner with 10 minutes left for the visiting Gaels (4-0-2).

Eddie Maher tied the score at 1 eight minutes into the second half for the Patriots (2-3).

Girls soccer

No. 4 IND 2, No. 13 Seton Keough 1: Mara Hauf scored the initial goal for the Indians (3-1) 30 minutes into the first half. Becky Fraser gave IND a 2-0 advantage with 20 minutes to go in the second half.

Kathy McLaughlin scored off a cross-field kick from K.C. Davis to put the Gators on the board with 12 minutes to go in the second half .


No. 6 Towson 3, Lansdowne 0: Liz Bond and Lauren Bader each had 8 kills to power the host Generals (3-0) past the Vikings.

Towson won in three games, 25-16, 25-12, 25-12.

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