Century rolls in semis

Dulaney beats Blake

Girls lacrosse

May 19, 2007|By Katherine Dunn | Katherine Dunn,Sun reporter

Century's Jenny Steadman set a Carroll County record for career goals last night in leading the No. 5 Knights to a 23-1 victory over Havre de Grace in the state Class 2A-1A semifinals at South Carroll High.

The All-Metro midfielder scored five goals to boost her career total to 252, breaking the previous mark of 249 set by Liberty's Becky Trumbo in 2002.

Steadman and Katie Schwarzmann had eight points each last night as the defending champion Knights (16-2) scored 11 goals in the first 11 minutes. Schwarzmann finished with six goals in Century's 13th straight victory.

Brittany Herbert put the Warriors (13-3) on the board with 1:31 left in the Harford County team's first appearance in the state tournament.

The Knights, who got five assists each from Claire Brady and Hannah Bordner, will go after their third state title in four years when they meet the winner of today's Pikesville-Queen Anne's contest Tuesday or Wednesday night at UMBC.

No. 10 Dulaney 17, Hubie Blake 5 -- The two-time defending state champion Lions ran up a 10-0 lead and rolled past the Bengals, who were making their first appearance in the state tournament. Mary Heneberry and Kristen Horsman had three goals each to lead Dulaney (15-2) while Molly Wannen scored three for Blake. The Lions will meet the winner of today's other Class 4A-3A semifinal between No. 2 Severna Park and Westminster on Tuesday or Wednesday night at UMBC.

No. 9 North Harford 13, Stephen Decatur 9 -- The Hawks were up 10-4 early in the second half and held off a speedy Seahawks team from the Eastern Shore. Corey Donohoe scored six goals and Laura Lesnick added four as North Harford controlled the pace late in the game with its settled offense. The Hawks (17-1) will make their first appearance in the state final Tuesday or Wednesday night at UMBC when they meet the winner of today's other Class 3A-2A semifinal between No. 1 Mount Hebron and Walkersville.

katherine.dunn@baltsun.com

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