Roundup: Bryn Mawr upsets No. 2 Archbishop Spalding, 1-0, in girls soccer

October 05, 2012|The Baltimore Sun

Danielle Hogarth scored 13:30 into the first half from 18 yards out, left to right, to the far post as Bryn Mawr girls soccer upset No. 2 Archbishop Spalding, 1-0, in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference Friday.

Maddie Stuzin recorded the assist for the host Mawrtians (5-5). The Cavaliers (6-2-3) only prior loss, also 1-0, was to top-ranked McDonogh on Sept. 28.

No. 8 Catonsville 4, Patapsco 0: Deb Milani scored two goals to power the Comets (8-1) over the Patriots in a Baltimore County game. Catonsville led 2-0 at the half.

Boys soccer

No. 5 Loyola 2, No. 7 Calvert Hall 1: Midfielder Austin Iliano picked the perfect time to score his first goal of the season, converting a perfect feed from fellow senior Jeremy DeGraffenreidt with 11:45 remaining to lead Loyola (7-4, 4-1 MIAA A Conference) past archrival Calvert Hall.

The Cardinals (5-3, 2-2) tied the score early in the second half on a header by senior forward Jason Will off Zach Rutherford's assist to match freshman Grant Robinson's goal in the 12th minute for the Dons.

-- Nelson Coffin

Field hockey

No. 2 Bryn Mawr 4, Fallston 1: Tate DeWeese had a goal and an assist to power the host Mawrtians (11-1) past the Cougars. Claire Edelman made three saves for Bryn Mawr.

No. 4 Glenelg 10, Oakland Mills 0: Megan Taylor had two goals and two assists to power the visiting Gladiators (8-1) past the Scorpions.

No. 7 Hereford 2, Dulaney 1: Shannon Martello and Maddie Hoover led the undefeated Bulls over the host Lions. Mary Claire Abbot assisted on both goals.

No. 13 Mount Hebron 3, Marriotts Ridge 1: Samantha Brookhart scored two goals and Molly Bishop added another to lead the host Vikings (8-2) over the Mustangs (5-4). Monica Linn had an assist and Maddy Fisher recorded fives saves in the win.

Girls volleyball

St. Paul's 3, St. Vincent Pallotti: Julia Randolph had 24 kills and Kendall Burdette added eight kills and 22 digs as the Gators (7-4) lost the first two sets and came back to beat the Panthers 3-2. The scores were 17-25, 23-25, 25-22, 25-21 and 16-14.

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