Games To Watch

September 21, 2005

Anne Arundel

Who

No. 8 Institute of Notre Dame at No. 1 Archbishop Spalding

Sport, When

Girls soccer, Friday, 4 p.m.

Outlook

Two of the contenders in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference meet in a key game in Severn. Brittany Hadaway and the visiting Indians will try to solve Cavaliers sophomore goalie Karen Blocker.

Baltimore City

Who

Western at Poly

Sport, When

Volleyball, Tuesday, 5 p.m.

Outlook

The match of the season in the public school league likely will be a preview of the city championship. Both teams have players who are veterans of the Starlings club team. Western defeated the Engineers in three close games in last season's title match.

Baltimore County

Who

Boys' Latin at Severn

Sport, When

Boys soccer, Friday, 4 p.m.

Outlook

These two Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference programs have met in two of the past three league title games. The Lakers are anchored by junior goalie Jacob Hagelin, while Severn is led by senior midfielder Mauricio Simms.

Carroll

Who

F.S. Key at No. 11 Westminster

Sport, When

Football, Friday, 7 p.m.

Outlook

A matchup of two of the top teams in the county pits the prolific passing offense of the Owls against the Eagles' power rushing game. Westminster has averaged 46 points in two blowout wins. The Owls, however, should face a stiff test from Key (1-1), which nearly pulled an upset last weekend at Linganore.

Harford

Who

Aberdeen at Havre de Grace

Sport, When

Football, Friday, 7 p.m.

Outlook

Despite its 0-2 record, Havre de Grace can score points in bunches. It scored 20 in the first quarter at Joppatowne before the Mariners rallied for a 35-20 win. Aberdeen beat North East-Cecil, 31-8, in its opener before losing to Friendship Edison (D.C.), 18-6.

Howard

Who

No. 13 Centennial at No. 3 River Hill

Sport, When

Girls soccer, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.

Outlook

The county race looks wide open, and these teams - which have won the past three county titles - are expected to again contend. Last fall, River Hill came away with a 2-0 win over Centennial, but the Eagles won the county crown and beat the Hawks in the Class 3A East regional final, 1-0.

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