Mt. St. Joe soccer advances with win

Gaels top Calvert Hall with 1-0 victory in OT

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October 31, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The No. 11 Mount St. Joseph boys soccer team was winless against No. 3 Calvert Hall this season until senior Donald Gibson lofted a pass over the defense to a charging Stafford Chipungu, who beat goalie Kyle Whitman to put the visiting Gaels into the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference semifinals with a 1-0 overtime win yesterday.

In the past two meetings, the Cardinals won, 2-0, and tied Mount St. Joseph (9-7-4), 1-1 on the road.

Chipungu's goal came six minutes into overtime, just minutes after a scoring opportunity in which he made a cross to Tyrone Hall but Whitman put a hand on the ball to prevent a solid strike on net.

Gaels coach Mike St. Martin credited his defense of Gibson, Bryan Mulford, Vince Garafalo and Chris Robinson with helping force the overtime, as Calvert Hall was attacking Mount St. Joseph's net in the final 20 minutes of regulation.

The Gaels will travel to No. 2 McDonogh for Thursday's semifinal match at 3 p.m.

More boys soccer

John Carroll 2, Loyola 1 -- After the Greyhounds (9-11-0) scored eight minutes into the match, Ed Maher responded for the host Patriots (12-8-1), redirecting a free kick from Kyle Hanratty. Hanratty took another free kick and scored from just outside of the penalty box with 15 minutes left in the half. John Carroll will face top-ranked Archbishop Curley in the MIAA A Conference semifinals at Loyola College on Thursday at 3 p.m.

No. 10 Atholton 1, Howard 0 -- The Raiders (10-3-1) got the game-winner on Jason Parfitt's penalty kick with 18 minutes remaining. Sam Permutt preserved the shutout for the home team with five saves in the Class 2A South quarterfinal match.

Football

No. 11 Perry Hall 34, Patapsco 13 -- Quarterback Jason Mattison (four completions, 180 yards) connected with Sean McColligan on touchdown passes of 52 and 60 yards as the Gators (7-1) handled the Patriots (0-8). The lone bright spot for visiting Patapsco was kicker Kevin Kikola, who made his extra-point attempt and two field goals, a 36-yarder and a 44-yarder as time expired.

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