Mangione lifts No. 3 McDonogh in girls soccer

She scores winner in second overtime to hold off Pallotti

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October 10, 2007|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Gigi Mangione scored the game-winner in the second overtime as the third-ranked McDonogh girls soccer team edged host St. Vincent Pallotti, 3-2, yesterday.

Jackie Henehan scored the only goal for the Panthers (6-3-2), forcing overtime.

McDonogh (15-1-2) outshot Pallotti, 12-8.

No. 4 Severna Park 14, Glen Burnie 0 -- Hayley Rausch, Megan Kowalski and Lauren Krum all had hat tricks as the visiting Falcons (9-2) shut out the Gophers. Lelan Bailey added two goals and two assists for Severna Park, which had 25 shots.

No. 8 Catonsville 2, Hereford 0 -- Jessica Nonn scored a goal in each half to power the visiting Comets (11-0) past the Bulls (4-5). Jillian Curtis made seven saves for Catonsville. Hereford's Erin Francis and Katie Miller each had three saves.

Franklin 3, Pikesville 1 -- Elizabeth McIntosh had a hat trick as she powered the host Indians past Panthers. Krista Fidel and Hannah Garman added assists. Emily Carsh had five saves in the winning effort.

Boys soccer

No. 5 Fallston 5, Rising Sun 2 -- Scott Covelly had two goals and an assist to lead the host Cougars (8-2-1) past the Tigers (6-2). Fallston extended its 2-0 halftime lead to 4-0 before Rising Sun scored. Fallston outshot Rising Sun, 13-11.

Boys' Latin 5, Sts. Peter & Paul 0 -- Kevin Forman scored twice for the host Lakers (9-1). Boys' Latin led 4-0 at the half. Andrew Dempsey had a goal and an assist for the Lakers.

Field hockey

No. 1 South River 11, Annapolis 1 -- Junior Stephanie Peterson had three goals and two assists as the Seahawks (11-0) beat the host Panthers (2-9). Annapolis was held to two shots. South River had 28. Senior Melissa Mayer added two goals for the Seahawks, and Maddy McKaig had the only goal for the Panthers.

No. 3 Bryn Mawr 1, Severn 0 -- Molly Kennedy scored the game-winner 15 minutes into the first half as the visiting Mawrtians edged the Admirals (4-9). Bryn Mawr outshot Severn, 14-8. Kelly Crumrine made 15 saves for Severn, eight more than Bryn Mawr's Abby Bisbee.

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