Agorsor leads McDonogh's rout in boys soccer

Forward scores two goals against Mount St. Joseph

Fall sports

October 17, 2007|By From staff reports

Forward Chris Agorsor continued his rampage against MIAA teams as he scored his 16th and 17th goals on the season and top-ranked McDonogh (15-1-3) defeated No. 12 Mount St. Joseph, 4-0, yesterday. The Gales fell to 10-6.

"Agorsor exploded for two goals at the beginning of the second half to put us ahead for good," Eagles coach Stephen Nichols said.

Tommy Caso also recorded his 15th shutout of the season. McDonogh plays fellow MIAA first-place team Archbishop Curley at home tomorrow.

No. 2 Broadneck 1, Chesapeake-AA 0 -- Alex Workman scored the game-winner in the 28th minute of the first half for the host Bruins (12-0-1). Broadneck outshot the Cougars 7-4.

No. 3 Archbishop Curley 2, No. 4 Calvert Hall 1 -- Sophomores Bash Camara and Mikias Teketele had big games for Archbishop Curley (18-2) as it defeated Calvert Hall (9-7-2). Teketele had a goal for the Friars and also assisted on a goal by Camara. "I think we finally put together 80 solid minutes and played attacking soccer, which created a lot of chances," Friars head coach Barry Stitz said. Stitz also said his backs, Omar Ballo and Rusty Maas, did a great job defending and helping out goalie John Connolly, who finished with three saves.

No. 10 C. Milton Wright 4, Rising Sun 1 -- Dan Lorenzet scored twice to power the host Mustangs (10-2-1) over the Tigers. Jeff Powell had two saves for C. Milton Wright.

No. 11 Loyola 4, Archbishop Spalding 1 -- Steve Levine recorded two assists to lead the Dons (9-3-3) past Archbishop Spalding. "He played solid defense and he started a lot of our offensive attacks with very accurate and weighted passes," Loyola head coach Lee Tschantret said. Loyola hosts Calvert Hall tomorrow.

No. 15 Eastern Tech 3, Sparrows Point 2 -- Tevin Jackson scored twice in the second half to power the visiting Mavericks (8-2-1) past the Pointers (9-2). Sparrows Point led 2-1 after the five-minute mark of the second half before Eastern Tech rallied.

Girls soccer

Towson Catholic 3, Garrison Forest 2 -- Last-place Towson Catholic (2-7) stunned undefeated Garrison Forest (9-1-1) in overtime with the efforts of two freshmen. Brittany Lanahan scored her third game-winning goal of the season off an assist from Gina Poskes, who had scored the Owls' two goals in regulation. "They're the best team we played all year," Owls head coach Chuck Peal said. "Lanahan's goal was one of the prettiest I've ever seen."

No. 5 River Hill 5, Reservoir 0 -- Erica Suter had a hat trick to power the host Hawks (11-1-1) past the Gators. River Hill outshot Reservoir 20-6. Carylynne Hudson made four saves for River Hill. Marissa Dearden had 10 for Reservoir.

No. 7 Centennial 1, Marriotts Ridge 0 -- Amanda Mathews scored the game-winner on an assist from Alyssa Vorce at the 17-minute mark of the second half as the host Eagles (10-2-1) edged the Mustangs. Centennial outshot Marriotts Ridge 10-8.

No. 11 Eastern Tech 2, Sparrows Point 0 -- Sweeper Kelsey Ports played an excellent game for Eastern Tech (9-1-1), clearing the ball and scoring a goal for the Mavericks as they defeated Sparrows Point. "We just had a little bit left in us towards the end," Eastern Tech head coach Kim Williams said. Amber Womack also scored a goal for the Mavericks.

Field hockey

No. 10 Glenelg 3, Reservoir 2 -- Amy Thompson scored the game-winner with 2 1/2 minutes left to lift the visiting Gladiators (11-3) over the Gators (10-3). Molly Gigioli tied the score at 2 with 9:33 left in the first half. Reservoir outshot Glenelg, 17-11.

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