The River Hill Numbers game

December 06, 2006


Individual Class 2A state titles won by Atholton cross country runners Alison Smith and Andrew Revelle. Smith won her third straight with a time of 19 minutes, 29.90 seconds, while Revelle won his third crown in 16:16.24. 7

Touchdowns that quarterback Dan Hostetler and running back Zach Martin accounted for in No. 1 River Hill's 56-7 win over Franklin in Friday's Class 3A state semifinal on Friday. Hostetler ran for two and threw for two, and Martin rushed for three scores as the Hawks (13-0) advanced to the state title game for the first time in program history against Friendly of Prince George's County this weekend. 19:49.11

Winning time for Mount Hebron senior cross country runner Liz McCarter in the Class 3A state championship race. McCarter edged North Carroll's Katie Hursey by 1.65 seconds to win her first state title. 20

Wins by the River Hill girls soccer team, which enjoyed a 20-0 season that concluded with a 1-0 win over Bethesda-Chevy Chase to capture the Class 3A state crown. 25

Goals scored by Mount Hebron senior forward Mike Napolitano to lead the Vikings to the Class 3A state soccer championship. His final goal came in the closing minutes of the title game to give the Vikings a 2-1 win over North Carroll. 325

Final-round score for the Glenelg golf team to capture the Class 2A-1A state crown, the first by a county team. Matt Philie and Andrew Schnichner both shot 80 to lead the Gladiators, who went into the final day of the two-day championship tied with Parkville before coming away with a seven-shot victory.

Fall champions[STATE]


Class 3A -- Mount Hebron Class 2A -- Hammond [GIRLS SOCCER]

Class 3A -- River Hill Class 2A -- Glenelg [VOLLEYBALL Class 3A -- Centennial [GOLF Class 2A-1A -- Glenelg [BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Class 3A -- Wilde Lake [COUNTY [Football -- River Hill Field hockey -- Glenelg Boys soccer -- Mount Hebron Girls soccer -- River Hill Volleyball -- Reservoir Golf -- Glenelg Boys cross country -- Wilde Lake Girls cross country -- Howard

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