Gaeng's goal denies Wright

Despite 4 fumbles, Wilde Lake clinches homecoming win

Fall sports

October 14, 2007|By From staff reports

Grace Gaeng scored what proved to be the game-winning goal off a corner kick from Melissa Lookingland midway through the second half, as No. 2 John Carroll defeated No. 11 C. Milton Wright, 2-1, yesterday.

Allyson Carey started the scoring for the visiting Patriots (14-2) by driving the center of the field and hitting an 18-yard shot.

Carey took control of the center of the field both offensively and defensively, coach Gary Lynch said.

The loss spoiled the Mustangs' homecoming.


No. 12 Wilde Lake 25, Reservoir 7 -- Jerrel Epps had 112 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries as the host Wildecats (5-1) defeated the Gators (3-3). Wilde Lake overcame four fumbles to win in its homecoming game.

Boys soccer

Boys' Latin 2, No. 5 Fallston 1 -- Kevin Foreman and Joey Buddemeyer each scored as the host Lakers (10-5) upset the Cougars. "The key to the game was getting up on them early," Boys' Latin coach Don Rickels said. "We scored both goals in the first 20 minutes, because Fallston works so hard on and off the ball. They never took one second off."

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