John Carroll girls win ninth straight

Second-ranked Loyola beats No. 6 Curley in boys soccer, 3-1

Fall sports

High Schools

October 06, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Freshman Jen Eikenberg and sophomore Allyson Carey each scored in the second half as fifth-ranked John Carroll defeated No. 7 McDonogh, 2-1, yesterday in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland girls soccer game.

Melissa Gomes assisted on both scores as the Patriots (10-3) earned their ninth win in a row.

Megan Gibbons scored in the final three minutes for the visiting Eagles (7-6) to avoid the shutout.

Boys soccer

No. 2 Loyola 3, No. 6 Archbishop Curley 1 -- Eric Noto had a pair of goals for the Dons (9-2-4) and Jullian Maskeroni scored the game-winner with 10 minutes left. B.J. Quigley had tied the game for the visiting Friars (8-6) 14 minutes into the second half.

No. 5 Mount St. Joseph 2, Gilman 1 -- Chris Robinson and Vinny Caltabiano each scored as the visiting Gaels improved to 10-2-3.

Field hockey

No. 2 Roland Park 5, St. Mary's 1 -- Brittany Kalkstein scored two goals and assisted on another for the host Reds (9-1-2).

No. 8 Spalding 1, No. 3 St. Paul's 0 -- Christine Roth scored five minutes into the second half off a cross from Trish Digirolomo as the Cavaliers (9-3-2) upset the host Gators (7-2). Goalkeeper Marian Cassilly had her seventh shutout of the season.

No. 9 Garrison Forest 2, Notre Dame Prep 1 -- Poppy Hall scored two first-half goals to give the host Grizzlies (8-2-2) a 2-0 halftime lead. Molly Ford scored the Blazers' goal.

C. Milton Wright 2, Elkton 1 -- Mary Waller scored the eventual winning goal in the first half for the visiting Mustangs (8-1-1).

Volleyball

No. 2 Liberty 3, Frederick 0 -- Melissa Stansbury had 13 kills on 26 attempts as the host Lions (9-0) defeated the Cadets, 25-13, 25-18, 25-16, for their 47th consecutive win. Lauren Tabor and Ashleigh Swiontek combined for 28 assists for Liberty.

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