Fall sports: No. 5 Gilman rallies to edge No. 10 Calvert Hall in soccer

Loyola wins again; River Hill forces tie in soccer

October 17, 2012|From Sun staff reports

A little adversity proved to be a good thing for Gilman's boys soccer team Tuesday. When the No. 5 Greyhounds (10-2-3) fell behind visiting No. 10 Calvert Hall, they responded with two quick goals and won, 2-1.

The Cardinals fell to 5-6.

"We made an adjustment at halftime. And we played with more urgency when we were down in the second half," coach Jon Seal said. Carter Gray scored the tying goal with 29 minutes left, and Anthony Kim scored seven minutes later.

No. 1 Loyola 4, No. 8 Mount St. Joseph 1: Louisville-bound Jeremy DeGraffenreidt had a hat trick and the visiting Dons (10-2-1) beat their second straight ranked opponent.

No. 7 Centennial 1, River Hill 1, 2OT: River Hill's Michael Behrman scored on a bicycle kick with 4:27 left in regulation to tie the score.

Centennial (9-0-1 in the league, 11-0-1 overall) got its goal in the first half from Ian Dwyer. River Hill is 5-2-3 and 6-3-3.

Brent Kennedy, Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 15 North Harford 5, Aberdeen 1: Robert Fiackos made five saves for the host Hawks (12-1-1).

Severn 5, Glenelg 0: Zac Davliakos had a hat trick for the visiting Admirals.

Girls soccer

Reservoir 2, No. 15 Marriotts Ridge 0: The host Gators scored in each half to upset the Mustangs (8-4-1).

Field hockey

No. 1 Garrison Forest 4, St. Paul's 0: Brooke Adler had a goal and three assists for the host Grizzlies (15-0).

No. 13 Mount Hebron 9, Hammond 0: Ally Unkenholz scored a game-high four goals to power the visiting Vikings (11-3) past the Bears.

No. 5 Dulaney d. Perry Hall, 3-0: Outside hitters Darla Svoboda and Jessica Starr led the visiting Lions (13-0), who won, 25-15, 25-17, 25-8.

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