Top-ranked McDonogh falls in boys soccer

Fall sports

September 28, 2006|By From staff reports

Senior midfielder George Banks scored twice to propel St. Paul's to a 2-0 upset win over top-ranked McDonogh yesterday in boys soccer.

The Crusaders (3-6) upended the previously unbeaten Eagles (3-1-1) with a stellar defensive performance.

Junior goalkeeper Peter Windsor made seven saves and the St. Paul's defense kept McDonogh scoreless as they attempted a late second-half rally.

Field hockey

No. 3 Fallston 3, Rising Sun 2 -- Lindsey Puckett scored the game-winner with 12:09 left in the game to lift the visiting Cougars (8-1) over the Tigers (5-2). Rising Sun led 2-1 with 23 minutes left in the game.

No. 4 Garrison Forest 4, No. 15 Severn 1 -- The Grizzlies (9-1) held the visiting Admirals (5-3) to one shot on goal as they routed Severn. Seniors Sophie Daly, Keegan Billick and Caroline Marcowitz anchored the Garrison Forest defense. Senior Kate Tracey had a goal and an assist to lead the offense.

Girls soccer

No. 5 C.M. Wright 3, Catholic 2 -- Meghan McNeil scored the game-winner with four minutes left as the host Mustangs (5-0) edged the Cubs. Catholic led 2-1 at the half.

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