Bazell, Malloy take wins at Meade run

Strong start lifts Curley boys soccer

Fall sports

October 13, 2007|By Jeff Seidel | Jeff Seidel,Special to the Sun

Atholton's Graham Bazell outdueled Joey Thompson of Howard; Kristen Malloy of Hereford scored another big victory; and No. 8 Wilde Lake won the boys title in yesterday's Meade Stampede at Fort Meade.

Bazell and Thompson battled throughout the race, but the Atholton runner was able to hang on for the win in 15:53.36. Thompson (16:02.12) is one of the area's better outdoor distance runners and quickly has adjusted to cross country in his first season.

Wilde Lake rolled to the team title with 91 points, easily outdistancing No. 9 Severna Park (143). Jonathan Shaw (fourth) and Derek Lange (fifth) led the Wildecats to the victory. Severna Park edged C. Milton Wright by two points for second place overall.

Malloy set a course record at Hereford in the Bull Run last month and won once more (17:50.97) while running against a tough field. She was pushed in the first part of the race by Churchill's Louise Hannallah. But Hannallah took second in 17:57.15.

The Churchill girls won the team title while No. 2 C.M. Wright finished second. Churchill easily captured that title with 53 points as the Mustangs earned 86. No. 3 Hereford was next (105) followed by top-ranked Severna Park (139).

Boys soccer

No. 4 Archbishop Curley 7, Archbishop Spalding 0 -- The visiting Friars (17-2) got goals from six players and jumped on the Cavaliers early to coast to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference win. Sophomore Mikias Teketele scored in the third minute, taking a short cross from Chris Weaver and Oumar Ballo headed home a corner kick from Lucas Winters five minutes later to send the Friars on their way. Steven Anderson scored two goals with Weaver and Winters both adding one goal and two assists each in the win.

No. 14 Mount St. Joseph 1, No. 3 Calvert Hall 0 -- David Arnold scored the game winner on an assist by Desean Ragland in the 30th minute of the first half as the visiting Gaels (10-5) upset the Cardinals (9-4-1).

Severn 3, Key 0 -- Dustin Kiehne, Patrick Paynter and Ryan Fishback each had goals to lead the Admirals (8-4) past the Obezags. Paynter also had an assist in the game.

Girls soccer

No. 13 Eastern Tech 2, Kenwood 1 -- Amber Womack scored her second goal of the game in the second half to secure the Mavericks' win over the Bluebirds. Brittany Kobal had nine saves for Kenwood (7-3-1), while Amanda Walters stopped six shots for 13th-ranked Eastern Tech (7-1-1). Eastern Tech plays again Tuesday at home against Sparrows Point.

Poly 1, Western 1 -- The host Engineers clinched the Baltimore City Championship by playing to a double-overtime tie with the Doves. Poly went up 1-0 when Sandra Syntax scored off a corner kick in the 23rd minute of the match. Western's Macee Wray knotted the score at the 67th minute, forcing two overtimes. The Doves outshot the Engineers, 16-15.

No. 5 River Hill 6, Marriotts Ridge 1 -- Brittany Yancey had two goals and an assist to power the visiting Hawks (9-1-1) past the Mustangs (5-5-2). River Hill led 4-0 at the half before Annie Heimsoth scored Marriotts Ridge' lone goal. The Hawks outshot the Mustangs, 19-6.

Sun reporters contributed to this article.

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