Mt. Hebron tops Century in field hockey, 1-0, in OT

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September 29, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Courtney Reardon scored her third sudden-death goal of the season with 1:47 left in the 10-minute, seven-on-seven overtime period to lead the No. 5 Mount Hebron field hockey team past No. 6 Century, 1-0, yesterday.

Megan Bosica started the play with a perfectly paced free hit from the top of the circle that Sarah Cates redirected to Reardon off the right post. Left unmarked, Reardon easily slipped the ball past keeper Hope Ellis.

The visiting Vikings (7-0) outshot the Knights 10-3 in regulation, but the Knights (7-2) also had their chances. Lindsey Gurkovich nearly connected with a long pass early in overtime, but Hebron goalie Kristen Segasser cleared the ball.

Katherine Dunn

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No. 8 Fallston 2, Rising Sun 0 -- Erika Braerman's first-half goal lifted the host Cougars (6-2). Megan Sadowski made five saves in her fourth shutout of the season.

Boys soccer

No. 7 Mount St. Joseph 2, No. 4 Curley 1 -- Senior Ben Pfau scored three minutes into overtime as the host Gaels (8-2-2) upset the Friars (7-4-1). Stafford Chipungu had tied the game for Mount St. Joseph with five minutes left in regulation.

Girls soccer

No. 8 Mercy 3, Mount de Sales 2 -- Senior LaShawna Epps scored the winner for the visiting Magic (7-2-1) five minutes into overtime. Mercy forced the extra period when Kelsey Donohue scored with three minutes left in the second half.

No. 10 John Carroll 2, No. 9 Notre Dame Prep 1 -- Alison Carey's goal with four minutes left lifted the Patriots (7-3) past the host Blazers (4-4). Carey gave John Carroll a 1-0 lead at the 14-minute mark, but Notre Dame Prep's Kelsi Bozel tied the score four minutes later.

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