No. 1 Calvert Hall falls in soccer

Fall sports

High Schools

October 15, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Steve Bogusz scored the game-winner with 22 minutes to play as fifth-ranked Mount St. Joseph upset host and top-ranked Calvert Hall, 3-2, yesterday in boys soccer.

Gaels coach Mike St. Martin, who on Wednesday got his 100th career win with a 2-0 decision over John Carroll, said, "The 101st win was pretty sweet. I'm an alumni of Calvert Hall, and it's nice to win one there."

Calvert Hall (12-2-2) has lost twice this week, including a 1-0 defeat Wednesday to McDonogh.

In the first half, Ben Pfau scored on a header and Tyrone Hall on a side volley to give Mount St. Joseph (13-2-3) a 2-0 lead at the half.

Calvert Hall scored twice in the second half to draw within a goal with 2:10 left, but got no closer.

Ryan McDonald finished with six saves for the Gaels. Kyle Wittman had four saves for Calvert Hall.

More boys soccer

No. 10 Curley 1, Spalding 0 -- B. J. Quigley's goal in the 15th minute was enough for the host Friars as freshman keeper John Connelly recorded his sixth shutout of the season.

Girls soccer

Mount Hebron 3, No. 5 Glenelg 2 -- Kara Passarelli scored on a header, off a throw-in by Kathryn Lally, with about 12 minutes left to give the visiting Vikings (6-0-3) the upset win over the Gladiators.

No. 7 C.M. Wright 7, Rising Sun 1 -- Greta Houlihan scored twice to power the visiting Mustangs (8-1) past the Tigers. C. Milton Wright outshot Rising Sun, 30-7. Katie Kolb made 13 saves for the Mustangs.

Field hockey

No. 3 Mount Hebron 4, Glenelg 0 -- Senior Sarah Cates scored in the first half, and junior Courtney Reardon added a goal and an assist in the second half as the Vikings (12-0) beat visiting Glenelg. Senior Lauren Sterner gave the Vikings a 2-0 lead early in the second half, and Kristen Spurlock also scored. Glenelg (7-5-1) got nine saves from senior goalie Catlin O'Neill.

Volleyball

McDonogh 3, No. 14 Mount de Sales 0 -- Outside hitter Lily Benjamin led the host Eagles (5-5) to a 25-13, 25-20, 25-22 upset of the Sailors (11-2). Benjamin finished with 16 kills and three aces.

Sun reporter Glenn Graham contributed to this article.

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