Glenelg golfers take lead

Liberty, Century close

all 4 classes play today

Fall sports

October 24, 2007|By From staff reports

Glenelg held a two-shot lead over Liberty and a three-shot edge over Century after the first day of competition in the Class 2A-1A state golf championships in College Park.

Matt Phillie (76) is tied for sixth and Alex Taylor (78) is tied for 10th for the Gladiators (316).

Liberty (318) had three golfers in the top 10, as Justin Catelin, Frank Cinquegrani and John Rosencrans were part of a five-way tie for 10th at 78.

Andrew Stenger of Century (319) was the highest local finisher, standing second with a 72, one shot behind Alex Hoffman of Middletown.

Casey VanDyke of Rising Sun led the girls (75). Suh Huang of Mount Hebron is fourth with a 79, the best local golfer. Today is the final day, with golfers from all four classes playing.

Field hockey

No. 7 Garrison Forest 2, No. 3 Bryn Mawr 1 -- Alex Goldstein and Meghan Hauver scored as the Grizzlies (14-2-1) defeated the Mawrtians (13-4-1). Garrison Forest goalie Emily Cain faced seven shots, while her counterpart, Bryn Mawr's Abby Bisbee, faced 19. The discrepancy was the principal factor in Garrison Forest's one-goal victory. The win earned the Grizzlies the top seed in next week's IAAM A Conference tournament, where Garrison Forest lost to Bryn Mawr last year.

Boys soccer

No. 12 Mount St. Joseph 3, No. 3 Archbishop Curley 1 -- Chris Quamina scored the opening goal and assisted another as the Gaels (12-6) beat the Friars (19-4). Mount St. Joseph played without senior captain Vince Garosalo.

Jeff Seidel and Sun reporters contributed to this article.

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.