Severna Park is upset in field hockey

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High Schools

September 23, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Nikki Rice scored the game-winner with 1:18 left as visiting Chesapeake-AA upset top-ranked Severna Park, 4-3, yesterday in field hockey.

"I'm speechless. I'm very excited," said Chesapeake coach Melissa Page. "I'm a Severna Park graduate. I know the tradition. I played for Lil [Shelton]. In the history of Chesapeake High School, we never beat them."

The Falcons' Allison Behringer scored on a corner with 2:54 left to tie the game at 3.

With the game tied at 1 at halftime, Hayley Rausch (two goals) gave Severna Park (6-1) a 2-1 lead at the three-minute mark of the second half before the Cougars (5-1) again tied it at 2.

No. 4 South River 2, Old Mill 0 -- Abigail McNair scored two goals to lead the visiting Seahawks (5-1) past the Patriots (1-5).

No. 6 Century 6, Thomas Johnson 0 -- Kelly Burgoyne had a goal and two assists as the visiting Knights (7-1) shut out the Patriots. Hope Ellis and Stephanie Kershaw combined for the shutout, making six and two saves, respectively.

Girls soccer

Mercy 1, No. 4 McDonogh 0 -- Kristen Carr scored the game-winner at the 28-minute mark of the first half as the Magic (6-2-1) upset the Eagles (6-4). Mercy's Niki Walters made 13 saves for the shutout. Julia Schreiber had seven saves for McDonogh.

No. 7 Eastern Tech 1, Patapsco 0 -- Brittany Bangert scored the game-winner at the 25-minute mark of the second half as the host Mavericks (3-1) beat the Patriots.

No 12 Perry Hall 4, Catonsville 0 -- Jessica Knight scored twice to lead the visiting Gators (5-0) past the Comets (3-2). Jessica Stumpf had four saves and Holly Boblooch one for Perry Hall. Nicole Chupka had seven saves for Catonsville.

No. 14 South River 1, Old Mill 0 -- Kayla Downing scored the lone goal four minutes into the first period as the host Seahawks (3-2-1) shut out the Patriots.

Boys soccer

No. 6 Old Mill 1, South River 0 -- Andrew Engel scored the game-winner on a penalty kick with two minutes left to lift the visiting Patriots (6-0) over the Seahawks (1-5). Shawn Fernholz made 10 saves for his fifth shutout of the season. David Bald had five saves for South River.

No. 9 Fallston 2, Elkton 0 -- Joe Dove and Tim Gill scored as the host Cougars (6-0) blanked the Golden Elks.

No. 10 Perry Hall 2, Catonsville 1 -- Andrew Gillis scored the game-winner with 37 seconds left as the Gators (4-1) edged the Comets. Perry Hall's Adam Ranlett tied the score at 1 in the first half.

No. 12 Dulaney 6, Sparrows Point 1 -- Brent Russo had a goal and an assist as the host Lions (3-3-1) defeated the Pointers.

Volleyball

No. 3 Liberty 3, South Carroll 2 -- Melissa Stansbury and Kristin Steinnagel combined for 26 kills as the visiting Lions (6-0) won their 44th straight game.

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