Spalding gets 1st title in football

Cavaliers win, 8-0

High Schools

October 29, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jake Trantin broke a 51-yard run in the first quarter to score the only touchdown of the night as Archbishop Spalding topped host St. Mary's, 8-0, yesterday in football.

The win, which clinched the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference South Division championship for the Cavaliers (8-1) is the first football championship in school history.

"The kids and the coaches are very excited," said Spalding coach Mike Whittles. "We've got Pallotti next before the big game, and they will be scrappy so we have to stay focused."

Spalding will play the winner of next week's St. Paul's-Boys' Latin game for the B Conference championship at Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium on Nov. 12 at 7 p.m.

No. 7 Patterson 26, Mervo 8 -- Anton Wade of the Clippers (7-1) carried 23 times for 152 yards.

Boys soccer

No. 5 Mount St. Joseph 2, No. 8 Archbishop Curley 0 -- Patrick Curley scored on an assist from Vinny Caltabiano with 19 minutes remaining to break a scoreless tie. The Gaels will visit Calvert Hall on Tuesday in the MIAA A Conference semifinal.

No. 10 Mount Hebron 5, Centennial -- 0 Mark White scored the game's first goal for the Vikings (10-3-1), who will face Severna Park in Class 3A East.

C.M. Wright 1, Patterson 0 -- John Deasel scored the lone goal, and goalie Nick Alexander preserved the shutout to lead the host Mustangs (10-3) over the Clippers. C. Milton Wright will play at Woodlawn on Tuesday in Class 4A North.

Dulaney 6, Blake 0 -- John Millhauser and Brent Russo each scored twice for the Lions, who travel to Sherwood on Tuesday in Class 4A North.

Girls soccer

No. 6 River Hill 9, Edgewood 0 -- Erika Theisen had three goals and an assist to power the Hawks (12-2) past the visiting Rams in Class 3A East.

Wilde Lake 2, Mount Hebron 1 -- Freshman Faryn Watts scored both goals, including the gamewinner in overtime, for the Wildecats (8-6-1), who host River Hill, Tuesday in Class 3A East.

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