Curley pins 3-1 loss on McDonogh

Fall sports

October 20, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

B.J. Quigley took a pass from Chris Wright and scored his 19th goal of the season six minutes before halftime to give the No. 12 Archbishop Curley boys soccer team a 3-1 upset of visiting No. 2 McDonogh yesterday.

Brent Hooper had a goal and an assist for the Friars (12-8-1, 7-6-1). His goal, a 30-yarder, came with 20 minutes remaining and was Curley's third.

The Eagles (12-4-1, 10-2-1) scored in the 21st minute as Chris Agorser took a cross from Xavier Rock.

"We went through a tough stretch of the season where we struggled and hopefully we're coming out of it," Curley coach Barry Stitz said.

"Now is a good time to get a win over the top team in the league."

Girls soccer

Fallston 1, No. 2 John Carroll 0 -- Molly Taylor scored at the 15-minute mark of the first half as the host Cougars (7-4-2) upset the Patriots (10-5). "It's a good win for us. We haven't beaten them in a while," said coach Vern Brown. Erin Iman made 11 saves for Fallston, three more than John Carroll's Sara Mosier.

Field hockey

No. 3 Roland Park 3, Severn 1 -- Brittany Kalkstein had three goals in the first 14 minutes of the win over the host Admirals. The Reds improved to 10-3-3, 9-1-2.

No. 4 Century 4, Catoctin 0 -- Jessica Salzman had three goals to lead the visiting Knights (11-1) past the Cougars (2-10).

Dulaney 3, No. 8 Fallston 2 -- Anne-Marie Biser scored on a cross from Kate Horsman to break a 2-2 tie less than a minute into the second half of the upset by the Lions (8-3) over the Cougars (8-4).

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