Strong second half propels South River

Spring sports

May 11, 2008|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

South River scored five unanswered second-half goals to defeat Broadneck, 10-9, in a Class 4A-3A East boys lacrosse quarterfinal yesterday.

The score was tied at 4 at halftime before Broadneck built an 8-4 lead.

Mark Brashears paced the Bruins (10-6) with three goals.

Matt Gregoire's game-high four goals led South River (10-4).

Century 16, Poolesville 4 -- Tyler Cockey had five goals and three assists to power the visiting Knights (11-5) past the Falcons (9-4) in a Class 2A-1A West quarterfinal. Century faces Marriotts Ridge in tomorrow's semifinal.

Aberdeen 12, Walbrook 10 -- Ricky Kalama scored two of his three goals in the fourth quarter to lead the Eagles to a comeback victory in a Class 4A-3A South quarterfinal. Aberdeen trailed until the fourth quarter, when Kalama and Brandon Collier took over. Collier and Auston Smith had three goals for Aberdeen (6-6).

Girls lacrosse

No. 13 Winters Mill 21, Clarksburg 1 -- Erin McMunn, Jen Peters and Amalie Trentzsch each had hat tricks to power the host Falcons (13-2) past the Coyotes in a Class 3A-2A West quarterfinal. Winters Mill will face the winner of Walkersville-Wheaton in tomorrow's semifinals at 6 p.m.

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