No. 2 River Hill advances in OT

Centennial girls fall, 3-2

No. 7 Severna Park boys need 2 OTs


November 01, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Erica Suter's goal 9:04 into overtime lifted the second-ranked River Hill girls soccer team past visiting Centennial, 3-2, yesterday in a Class 3A East quarterfinal.

Centennial's Alyssa Zorce scored twice in the second half to force the overtime against the Hawks.

No. 7 C. Milton Wright 3, Dulaney 0 -- Alison Kuchar's 10 saves shut out the visiting Lions and put the Mustangs (10-2-2) into the Class 4A North semifinals.

No. 9 Mount Hebron 3, Wilde Lake 1 -- Kara Passarelli's two first-half goals lifted the host Vikings (13-2-1) past the Wildecats in the Class 3A East quarterfinals. The game was a rematch of the opening round in last year's tournament, in which the Vikings were eliminated by the Wildecats, 2-1.

Chesapeake-AA 1, Broadneck 0 -- Carry Persell's goal, off an assist from Courtney Lupinek at the 14:54 mark of the first half of a Class 4A East quarterfinal, lifted the host Cougars (10-4-1). Kayla Henze earned the shutout.

No. 4 John Carroll 6, Catholic 0 -- The defending Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland champion Patriots (16-2-2) took a 4-0 halftime lead in a quarterfinal. John Carroll, which got goals from six players, advanced to the semifinals, and will travel to Archbishop Spalding tomorrow in a rematch of last year's title game. Sophomore midfielder Brittany Dashiell had a goal and an assist to lead the host Patriots' balanced attack.

No. 3 St. Vincent Pallotti 4, Seton Keough 1 -- Freshman forward Jackie Henahan scored three goals to lead the host Panthers (15-1-1) in an IAAM quarterfinal. With the score 1-1 midway through the second half, Henahan headed home a corner kick from Taryn Elman to provide the game-winner.

No. 1 Archbishop Spalding 5, St. Mary's 0 -- Junior All-Metro midfielder Christine Nairn scored the first three goals - including a volley from a 35-yard cross by sophomore Erica Page - for the host Cavaliers (17-0-2), who advanced to the IAAM semifinals.


No. 7 Severna Park 4, Aberdeen 3 -- Sean Bunoski scored his second goal of the day with 4:12 left in the second overtime on a corner kick taken by Eric Camponeschi to advance the host Falcons (14-2) to the Class 3A East semifinals.

No. 3 Mount Hebron 1, Annapolis 0 -- Mike Napolitano scored the game-winner with four minutes left in the first half as the host Vikings (13-0-4) beat the Panthers in a Class 3A East quarterfinal. Mount Hebron faces Severna Park in Friday's semifinal.

Hammond 3, Reservoir 0 -- Josh Parsons scored with two minutes to go in the first half and assisted on Carl Cutler's second-half goal, as the host Golden Bears (8-2-1) beat the Gators in a Class 2A South quarterfinal.

Liberty 1, Francis Scott Key 0 -- With six minutes remaining, Matt Gillen took advantage of a mistake by an Eagles defender and put a shot past Jake Bassler, propelling the host Lions (10-4-1) into the Class 2A West semifinals.

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