No. 1 Wilde Lake boys soccer team tops Mount Hebron, 1-0, in 2 OTs

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Wildecats advance to Class 3A East semifinals

No. 1 McDonogh girls cruise in IAAM quarterfinal

November 02, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Tim Bryson scored the game-winner from 6 yards to lift top-ranked Wilde Lake over Mount Hebron, 1-0, in double overtime Tuesday in a Class 3A East regional quarterfinal.

"Wilde Lake pressured the whole game, but couldn't break through," Wildecats coach Matt Pickett said. "It wasn't a question [of] if we'd score but when."

Wilde Lake (14-0-2) advances to Friday's 5 p.m. regional semifinal against No. 11 Reservoir, a 3-1 winner over J.M. Bennett.

No. 6 McDonogh 1, Archbishop Curley 0: Kyle DeVinney scored the game-winner with 12 minutes left in the first half to lift the host Eagles (17-5-1) over the Friars in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference quarterfinal. Mike Gamble threw the ball in, and DeVinney redirected it to score. McDonogh travels to Mount St. Joseph in Thursday's semifinal at 3:15 p.m.

North Harford 4, Poly 0: Tyler Miller scored twice for the visiting Hawks (8-6-2) in Class 3A North regional quarterfinal. North Harford travels to Hereford in Thursday's regional semifinal.

Fallston 2, Rising Sun 1: Chris Lievendag scored the first goal four minutes into the game for the visiting Cougars (6-7-2) in Class 2A East. The Tigers finished 6-6-2.

River Hill 2, Centennial 0: Jake Turney and Tom Krug each scored for the host Hawks (13-1-1) in Class 3A East.

Girls soccer

No. 1 McDonogh 5, Institute of Notre Dame 0: Taylor Cummings scored twice and the Eagles (16-1) cruised past the Indians in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference quarterfinal. Jen Cook made two saves in the shutout. McDonogh hosts No. 3 Mercy in Thursday's semifinal at 3:45 p.m.

No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 2, Mount de Sales 0: Madeline Ostrowski scored twice for the host Cavaliers (15-3-3) in an IAAM A Conference quarterfinal.

No. 3 Mercy 3, Notre Dame Prep 0: Alexis Prior-Brown scored twice to lead the host Magic (14-2-3) past the Blazers in an IAAM A Conference quarterfinal.

No. 7 John Carroll 2, Maryvale 0: Devin Hogan had a goal and an assist in the second half for the host Patriots (13-2-3) in an IAAM A Conference quarterfinal. John Carroll faces the winner of Archbishop Spalding/IND in Thursday's semifinal at 3:45 p.m.

No. 15 Bryn Mawr 5, Seton Keough 0: Danielle Hogarth and Morgan Rubin each scored twice to power the host Mawrtians (15-1-1) past the Gators in an IAAM B Conference quarterfinal. Bryn Mawr advances to host Friends in Thursday's semifinal at 3:45 p.m.

Hereford 1, Towson 0, OT: Tori Stout kicked a loose ball in the box into the goal to lift the host Bulls (11-3-1) over the Generals in overtime. Hereford advances to face C. Milton Wright in Friday's regional semifinal at 5 p.m.

Field hockey

No. 9 Garrison Forest 5, Severn 0: Brooke Adler had a hat trick and Cody Magness scored twice to power the host Grizzlies (14-2-1) past the Admirals in an IAAM A Conference quarterfinal. Garrison Forest travels to No. 8 Bryn Mawr, a 4-1 winner over St. Mary's, in Thursday's semifinal at 3:45 p.m.

No. 12 Notre Dame Prep 2, McDonogh 1: Elizabeth Haus scored twice to lead the Blazers past the Eagles in an IAAM A Conference quarterfinal.

Roland Park 2, No. 15 Archbishop Spalding 1: Caroline Seats had a goal and an assist as the Reds upset the Cavaliers (11-7-1) in an IAAM A Conference quarterfinal.

Glenelg Country School 4, Institute of Notre Dame 0: Allile Pickens had a goal and two assists to power the host Dragons (14-4) past the Indians (1-12) in an IAAM B Conference quarterfinal. Glenelg hosts Maryvale in Thursday's semifinal at 3:45 p.m.

Mount de Sales 2, Seton Keough 0: Abbie Tucker and Kayley Jones each scored for the Sailors in an IAAM B Conference quarterfinal. Victoria Gottleib made a save in the shutout.

John Carroll 5, Friends 0: Allison Siegel had two goals and an assist and Sarah Kearby had a goal and an assist for the host Patriots in an IAAM B Conference quarterfinal.

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