Bennett, Rumbley win golf crowns

Fall sports

High Schools

October 12, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Fallston's Stephen Bennett and C. Milton Wright's Samantha Rumbley captured the individual golf titles at the Harford County championships yesterday at Geneva Farm.

Bennett shot a 72, defeating the Mustangs' Jeff Chiles by one stroke. Rumbley finished with a 94.

Both Chiles and Rumbley helped C. Milton Wright capture the team title. The Mustangs shot 496, beating out Fallston (499), the defending champion.

Bel Air (531), North Harford (534) and Aberdeen (545) rounded out the top five.

Boys soccer

Oakland Mills 1, No. 7 Mount Hebron 0 -- Chris Finney headed in David Jannati's 40-yard throw-in one minute into the upset road win by the Scorpions (5-3-2). Goalie Mason Frost preserved Oakland Mills' lead with 10 saves.

No. 13 Liberty 5, Francis Scott Key 0 -- Defender Billy Lee capped the game with a 25-yard free kick goal with 12 minutes remaining, as the Lions (8-0-3) defeated the visiting Eagles (4-8). Lee and fellow defender Paul Segren anchored the defense for the shutout, and Taylor Vanbrackle and Graham Rigby each added two goals.

No. 14 Arundel 8, Northeast 0 -- Brendon McCarron and Dave Cross each had two goals for the visiting Wildcats (9-2).

No. 15 Atholton 1, Howard 0 -- John Beltran converted Michael Bouman's corner kick with seven minutes remaining as the Raiders (5-3-1) beat the host Lions.

Aberdeen 1, Elkton 0 -- Chris Silva scored 10 minutes into the game to lift the visiting Eagles in the Chesapeake Division in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference.

Eastern Tech 3, Parkville 2 -- Jonathan Sipes had six saves for the host Mavericks (8-4).

Woodlawn 2, New Town 0 -- Berlon Barrios and Zemenu Abate scored for the visiting Warriors.

No. 8 Broadneck 2, Meade 0 -- Corey Childs headed in a cross from Abe Hunter midway through the first half, helping the undefeated Bruins (10-0) beat the host Mustangs.

Girls soccer

No. 6 Kenwood 3, Franklin 1 -- Christine Sadowski wasted little time for the Bluebirds (8-1-2), scoring the game's first goal nine seconds after the kickoff, on an assist from Tiffany Runk. The visiting Indians tied the game in the second half, but Runk scored on an assist by Sadowski with 17 minutes left to seal the victory.

No. 9 McDonogh 4, Pallotti 1 -- Chante Sandiford led the Eagles (8-6, 3-3) past the Panthers (10-2, 5-2), making five saves at goal in the first half and recording two goals and an assist in the second.

No. 13 Eastern Tech 3, Parkville 2 -- Rachel Tragesar caught Laura Lyons of the Knights (6-5) out of the goal to score the game-winner for the visiting Mavericks (6-1-2) with 20 minutes remaining. Courtney Kobal added a goal and an assist for Eastern Tech.

Arundel 1, Northeast 1 -- Autumn Herrin had a game-high 12 saves for the host Eagles (5-4-1) as they tied the Wildcats in double overtime. Alex Eabouny scored for the Wildcats (7-1-1) and Brady Flanagan for Northeast. Nicole Redmon stopped 10 shots for Arundel.

Atholton 2, Howard 0 -- Kate Nicholson scored two second-half goals for the visiting Raiders.

Field hockey

No. 12 North Carroll 2, Urbana 0 -- Ashlea Carl and Mandy Pickard gave the Panthers (9-1) an early lead with two goals in the first half as they topped the host Hawks.


No. 7 Bel Air 3, North Harford 0 -- Gabby Long led the host Bobcats (10-0) with eight aces and six kills.

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