No. 2 Calvert Hall edges No. 5 Loyola

Cardinals win boys soccer match in OT, 3-2

Garrison Forest, Severn tie in field hockey, 2-2

Fall sports

High Schools

September 20, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Marco Mangione scored the game-winning penalty kick in the second overtime to give second-ranked Calvert Hall a 3-2 victory at home over No. 5 Loyola yesterday in boys soccer.

In his first varsity start, Joe Malstrom sent the game into extra periods by scoring his second goal of the day for the Cardinals (5-0-2) with 10 minutes remaining.

"It was pretty fast-paced and physical," said Calvert Hall coach Andy Moore. "We dominated the first 15 minutes and Loyola had the better of the play after that. We showed a lot of heart in coming back after being down."

Steven LeVine scored for the Dons (5-2-3) at the beginning of the second half to give them a 2-0 lead.

No. 1 McDonogh 5, Archbishop Spalding 1 -- The Eagles wasted little time in their game at the Cavaliers yesterday, jumping on the Cavaliers for two goals in the first 12 minutes to coast to a win. Sophomore midfielder Andrew Bulls took a drop pass from senior forward Xavier Rock and scored from 23 yards out in the seventh minute and Rock scored on his own five minutes later for a 2-0 lead. Rock finished with one goal and two assists. Bulls and senior Jon Ports each had a goal and an assist. The Eagles improved to 5-2-1 overall and 3-0-1 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association. The host Cavaliers - coming off a 2-1 overtime win against then-No. 5 Mount Hebron on Thursday--fell to 4-3 and 1-3.

No. 4 Curley 2, St. Paul's 1 -- D.J. Quigley scored off a pass from Brody Ponder 6:31 into overtime as the Friars improved to 6-2-1. The visiting Crusaders fell to 2-5.

Field hockey

No. 9 Garrison Forest 2, No. 10 Severn 2 -- Goals by Alex Goldstein and Poppy Hall tied the game for the host Grizzlies (4-2-1) with a goal 11 minutes into the second half forcing a sudden-death overtime. Keri Houser and Alyssa-Nane Callahan each scored first-half goals to give the Admirals (2-2-3) a 2-0 halftime lead.

Girls soccer

No. 11 C. Milton Wright 2, No. 8 IND 1 -- Lyndsie Ludwig scored the game-winning goal for the Mustangs (4-0) two minutes into the second overtime for the upset win over the Indians (3-3). Freshman Megan McNeil scored the first goal off an assist from Jenny Fehskens 25 minutes into the first half for host C. Milton Wright. Kat Sipes tied the game for IND with 15 minutes left in the second half.

No. 15 Mercy 0, Fallston 0 -- Magic goalkeeper Niki Walters had eight saves and Erin Iman finished with six for the host Cougars (1-2-2) as neither team's offense scored in double overtime. Mercy fell to 3-2-1.

Sun reporter Glenn P. Graham contributed to this article.

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