Archbishop Curley upsets No. 1 McDonogh in soccer, 1-0

Sauers scores game-winner in second overtime

October 12, 2010|By From Sun Staff Reports

It took two overtimes for the Archbishop Curley soccer team to score the game's only goal and send No. 1 McDonogh (11-2) home with its second loss of the season.

Three minutes into the second overtime, Michael Sauers was awarded a penalty kick and made good on his opportunity, putting the ball into the net for the game-winning goal.

Coach Barry Stitz said he was pleased with the way his Friars (5-6-1) handled the pressure applied by the Eagles (11-2).

"The boys played hard and took the pressure and created enough chances to win," Stitz said. "The defense played extremely well."

No. 2 Gilman 3, John Carroll 0: Tanner Vosvick scored two goals as the visiting Greyhounds (10-1-3) beat the Patriots. Andrew Harris made four saves in his eighth shutout of the season.

After taking their first loss of the season Monday against McDonogh, 1-0, the Greyhounds got back on track nicely, coach Jon Seal said.

"After an emotional game against McDonogh yesterday … to be able to bounce back and get a win is huge," he said.

No. 9 Mount St. Joseph 1, Loyola 0, OT: Tyler Dorr swung the ball into the box off a free kick and Joey Isaja headed in his fourth goal of the season to lift the Gaels (8-3-1) over the visiting Dons.

The Gaels are still without key players Jalen Robinson and Jordan Manley, who are injured.

No. 10 Calvert Hall 3, Archbishop Spalding 1: Zach Wenger scored a goal and added an assist to help the visiting Cardinals (7-3-1) beat the winless Cavaliers.

Field hockey

No. 1 Severna Park 6, North County 1: Kendyl Gardner had three goals and Kelsey Fielder scored two as the visiting Falcons (10-0-1) topped the Knights. Marissa Balleza also had a goal and an assist.

No. 10 Patterson Mill 2, No. 7 Bel Air 1, OT: Emily Keesling scored in overtime as the Huskies (7-2-2) handed the visiting Bobcats (9-1) their first loss of the season. Danielle Nguyen scored for Patterson Mill in the second half after her team trailed 1-0 at halftime.

No. 8 Bryn Mawr 1, Severn 0, OT: Nancy Swindell scored off a feed from Josie George to give the Mawrtians (9-2) the victory over the Admirals in overtime.


No. 1 Centennial d. Glenelg, 3-0: Sam Broston had eight kills and 10 digs and Lexi White-Torreullas had 12 assists and five digs as the host Eagles (7-0) defeated the Gladiators.

No. 4 Towson d. Perry Hall, 3-0: Kelly Lacey recorded 10 kills and five aces and Talia Shapiro played excellent defense to lift the visiting Generals (11-0) over the Gators.

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