Reservoir girls top Perry Hall in soccer, 5-2


September 08, 2010|By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun

Reservoir girls soccer coach Josh Sullivan says sometimes his team needs a wake-up call to get going in games.

Tuesday at Perry Hall, an early one came when the home team scored four minutes in.

Poised and prepared for the long haul, Reservoir (2-1) answered the goal a minute later and methodically put four more in to come away with a 5-2 road win.

Sophomore forward Amanda Jackson got the tying goal and two assists while junior midfielder Michelle Viegas scored twice.

Despite the early deficit, Reservoir kept to its game plan, possessing the ball at midfield and finding cracks in the home team's defense. Senior midfielder Katherine Tuttle neatly placed a left-footed shot to the far post from 15 yards for a 2-1 halftime lead that was extended to 3-1 on Viegas' low shot from 20 yards early in the second half.

Sullivan said some challenging scrimmages and a tough opening weekend tournament at Tuscarora helped get his team ready for a skilled Perry Hall team (0-1) that couldn't quite keep up.

"I think the first goal early could have easily set us back, but they answered right away, which was good. Going into the second half, all we talked about was possessing the ball more, try to bring it up and then find the seams. I feel good where we're at and am really pleased," he said.

No. 3 Mercy 3, No. 10 Loch Raven 0: Rachel Bourne made four saves as the Magic (3-0) shut out the host Raiders (1-1).

Boys soccer

No. 1 Mount St. Joseph 4, Eastern Tech 0: Nick Buric scored a goal in each half to power the host Gaels (3-0).

No. 2 McDonogh 5, No. 11 Loch Raven 2: Julian Griggs recorded two goals and an assist to lift Eagles past the host Raiders.

Reservoir 2, No. 12 Perry Hall 1: Jake Coccio scored a goal and added an assist in visiting Reservoir's upset.

Field hockey

No. 3 Century 12, Thomas Johnson 0: Kailey Wolfe, Nikki Hughes and Amber Summers all had hat tricks to lead the visiting Knights over the Patriots.

No. 9 Fallston 10, Elkton 2: Sam Carter, Christina Conrad and Janine York each scored twice to power the host Cougars (2-0) past the Golden Elks.

St. Mary's 5, No. 10 Garrison Forest 3: Kaela Jarvis had a goal and an assist as the host Saints upset the Grizzlies (1-1).

No. 14 Patterson Mill 8, North East 0: Gabby Brooks made eight saves as the visiting Huskies (1-1) shut out the Indians.


No. 10 Mount Hebron d. Wilde Lake, 3-0: Julianne Fleck had eight kills to power the host Vikings (1-0) past the Wildecats. Mount Hebron won in straight sets, 25-20, 25-17, 25-13.

Baltimore Sun reporters contributed to this article.

No. 6 Reservoir 5, No. 12 Perry Hall 2

Goals: R—Viegas 2, A. Jackson, M. Jackson, Tuttle; PH—Cerrato, Van Daniker. Assists: A. Jackson 2. Saves: R —Fowler 8; PH— Shandruk 4, Lancelotti 5. Half: R, 2-1.

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