High School Sports Scores

November 03, 2010|By Baltimore Sun reporter

TUESDAY

FIELD HOCKEY

IAAM TOURNAMENT

FIRST ROUND

A CONFERENCE

No. 9 Garrison Forest 5, Severn 0

No. 12 NDP 2, McDonogh 1

Roland Park 2, No. 15 Spalding 1

B CONFERENCE

Glenelg CS 4, IND 0

John Carroll 5, Friends 0

Mt .de Sales 2, Seton Keough 0

BOYS SOCCER

MIAAQUARTERFINALS

A CONFERENCE

No. 6 McDonogh 1, Archbishop Curley 0

B CONFERENCE

Boys' Latin 2, Glenelg CS 0

REGIONAL PLAYOFFS

QUARTERFINALS

CLASS 4A EAST

No. 4 Arundel 2, Old Mill 0

No. 10 Broadneck 2, South River 0

Severna Park 3, Leonardtown 1

CLASS 3A NORTH

Franklin 6, Patapsco 0

N.Harford 4, Poly 0

CLASS 3A EAST

No. 1 Wilde Lake 1, Mt. Hebron 0, 2OT

No. 11 Reservoir 3, Bennett 1

Atholton 2, S.Decatur 0

River Hill 2, Centennial 0

CLASS 2A NORTH Dundalk 4, Chesa.-BC 0

Lansdowne 8, Randallstown 0

CLASS 2A SOUTH

No. 3 Marriotts Ridge 4, Hammond 1

Southern 3, Calvert 2, OT

CLASS 2A EAST

Fallston 3, Rising Sun 1

Bel Air 3, Edgewood 0

CLASS 2A WEST

Century 3, N.Carroll 2, OT

S.Carroll 3, F.S. Key 0

CLASS 1A SOUTH

Sparrows Pt. 11, Northwestern 1

GIRLS SOCCER

IAAM TOURNAMENT

QUARTERFINALS

A CONFERENCE

No. 1 McDonogh 5, IND 0

No. 2 Spalding 2, Mt. de Sales 0

No. 3 Mercy 3, NDP 0

No. 7 John Carroll 2, Maryvale 0

B CONFERENCE

No. 15 Bryn Mawr 5, Seton Keough 0

Severn 3, St. Paul's 1

C CONFERENCE

Chapelgate 11, Oldfields 0

REGIONAL PLAYOFFS

QUARTERFINALS

CLASS 4A NORTH

T.Johnson 3, Dulaney 0

CLASS 4A EAST

Broadneck 5, N.County 0

Leonardtown 2, Annapolis 0

Severna Park 2, North Pointl 0

CLASS 3A NORTH

Hereford 1, Towson 0, OT

CLASS 3A EAST

Centennial 0, Atholton 0, 2OT

(Centennial wins 3-1 on pks)

CLASS 2A NORTH

Dundalk 5, Overlea 1

Eastern Tech 8, Lansdowne 0

CLASS 2A SOUTH

Glenelg 3, L.Reach 0

Hammond 4, Gwynn Park 0

Marriotts Ridge 3, Patuxent 0

Southern 3, Calvert 2, OT

CLASS 1A SOUTH

Carver A&T 5, Western Tech 1

Sparrows Pt. 9, Surrattsville 0

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