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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | February 5, 1993
Hammond's Samantha Andersch, one of the most highly recruited soccer players in county history, has added another prestigious award to her star-studded resume.Parade magazine has picked her for its All-America team -- one of 29 female soccer players from 17 states. She was the only Maryland player selected.This is the first year Parade has selected a girls team. Shane Dougherty of Fallston was picked for the boys team. Clint Peay (Oakland Mills), Todd Haskins (Howard) and Steve Sietsema (Howard)
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November 22, 1995
8TCPlayer of the YearLauren Molinaro, Centennial, Jr., midfield: "She's one of the top two players in the state," said Centennial co-coach Dave Greenberg. "She and Laurie Schwoy [McDonogh] are in a class by themselves." This is the second straight year Molinaro, who had 10 goals and three assists for the state 3A-4A co-champions, has earned this honor. "She controls everything in the middle of the field. She dominates," said Greenberg. "She's so skilled and plays very hard. She can do things that no one else can do."
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | November 6, 1991
Three county high school soccer players were named All-Americans at the Maryland Association of Soccer Coaches meeting Sunday night.Five county players were named to the All-South squad, and 13 made first-team All-State.Samantha Andersch and Jackie Rieschick of Hammond were the only girls in the state named All-Americans.Hamisi Amani-Dove was namedone of two state All-Americans along with Mark Jonas of Bowie High School in Prince George's County.Andersch is a striker and Rieschick a sweeper for the Bears' Class 1A/2A Region I championship team.
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By STAN RAPPAPORT and STAN RAPPAPORT,SUN STAFF | October 17, 1995
Before the game had begun, Wilde Lake's girls soccer team got the break it wanted against host Atholton.It got the wind."We got what we wanted even though we lost the toss," said Wilde Lake co-coach Anita Andersch. "We were lucky to have the wind on our back in the first half, and we knew we had to score a goal or two."The 15th-ranked Wildecats did just that yesterday, scoring two first-half goals en route to a 3-1 victory.With the wind behind it, Wilde Lake (6-3-1 overall, 3-1-1 league) controlled most of the first half and got a fortunate break to score its first goal.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | September 23, 1992
Hammond's Samantha Andersch realizes she has talent. Her membership in the National Team pool for the Olympic Developmental girls soccer program is a testament to it, as are her 50 career goals for the Bears.But after netting the winning goal on a corner kick in yesterday's 2-1 overtime win over No. 4 Dulaney, Andersch said she realizes that talent alone isn't always enough."Luck was on my side," said Andersch, whose volley with 2:17 remaining in the second 10-minute overtime session floated over the outstretched hands of Dulaney goalkeeper Kate Szper (14 saves)
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | February 17, 1993
Samantha Andersch (Hammond), Vicky Brunt (Centennial) and Natalie Rich (Centennial) have signed letters of intent with Division I colleges to play soccer next fall. All three are teammates on the Columbia Crusaders under-19 club team.Andersch, a Parade magazine All-American, will attend James Madison University on a full soccer scholarship.Brunt, an All-South selection, has accepted a soccer scholarship worth at least $17,000 annually to George Washington University.And Rich, an All-State pick, has won a partial soccer scholarship to the University of Maryland.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1995
Every Thursday is "Tacky Day" at the girls soccer practice at Wilde Lake. Unusual clothing, not to mention colors, is the rule. So there was co-coach Roy Andersch, a very tacky scarf wrapped around his neck, explaining a drill to his dressed-down team."
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | October 3, 1992
For Hammond's girls soccer team, the margin of victory was a total of four for the first three games and four again yesterday.The No. 2 Golden Bears played host to perennial Frederick County power Middletown yesterday and romped, 5-1.Hammond (4-0) was paced by two goals apiece from Samantha Andersch, The Baltimore Sun's female Athlete of the Week, and Kiesha Jett. Andersch and Jett, two of the area's top scorers, each have six goals. The Knights fell to 5-1."I think our timing was off the first three games," Jett said.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | November 4, 1990
For defending Class 2A state champion Hammond, almost nothing went right in Thursday's 2-1 sudden-death overtime defeat in the Region I girls soccer final against host Patapsco.The bad luck began the night before, on Halloween, when starting goalie Emily Minah was hit in the eye with an egg, forcing her to miss Thursday's game.The Bears (10-3) did get a break in the fifth minute of the game, when star forward Jackie Rieschick scored from 15 yards out for a 1-0 lead.Patapsco goalie Theresa Wrzosek tried to clear a shot by Rieschick, but hit it right back at Rieschick who returned the kick for a score.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | June 9, 1991
The way Anita Andersch tells it, you've got to put forth your very best defense -- and, if possible, your biggest and best defender -- ifyou're going to stop Thori Staples.Still, that might not even work."She's just a pure threat," said Andersch, Staples' coach on the girls under-19 Crusaders soccer squad in the Maryland Youth Soccer Association."We've had teams mark her with these big women who can just knock you on your butt. And it's always the other girls who end up laying on the ground and getting medical attention while there's Thori dribbling up the field."
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1995
Every Thursday is "Tacky Day" at the girls soccer practice at Wilde Lake. Unusual clothing, not to mention colors, is the rule. So there was co-coach Roy Andersch, a very tacky scarf wrapped around his neck, explaining a drill to his dressed-down team."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | April 15, 1995
Strong games in goal against Penn and Brown merited the Ivy League Player of the Week award for Princeton's Patrick Cairns.Cairns, a sophomore out of Boys' Latin, made six saves in the No. 5 Tigers' 19-2 rout of Penn and 11 in the 8-6 win over No. 11 Brown, holding the Bears scoreless for a 32-minute stretch from the second quarter to the fourth. Cairns leads Ivy League goalies with a 7.67 goals-against average.* Lehigh junior attack Jill Altshuler (Catonsville) led Division I in scoring with 45 points (34 goals, 11 assists)
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | February 17, 1993
Samantha Andersch (Hammond), Vicky Brunt (Centennial) and Natalie Rich (Centennial) have signed letters of intent with Division I colleges to play soccer next fall. All three are teammates on the Columbia Crusaders under-19 club team.Andersch, a Parade magazine All-American, will attend James Madison University on a full soccer scholarship.Brunt, an All-South selection, has accepted a soccer scholarship worth at least $17,000 annually to George Washington University.And Rich, an All-State pick, has won a partial soccer scholarship to the University of Maryland.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | February 5, 1993
Hammond's Samantha Andersch, one of the most highly recruited soccer players in county history, has added another prestigious award to her star-studded resume.Parade magazine has picked her for its All-America team -- one of 29 female soccer players from 17 states. She was the only Maryland player selected.This is the first year Parade has selected a girls team. Shane Dougherty of Fallston was picked for the boys team. Clint Peay (Oakland Mills), Todd Haskins (Howard) and Steve Sietsema (Howard)
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December 1, 1992
Centennial's Natalie Rich was mistakenly identified in Tuesday's editions featuring the girls All-Metro soccer team* Vicki Brunt, Centennial, Sr., striker -- This repeat first-teamer scored 16 goals with 11 assists, including hat tricks in three games, to lead the Eagles to their second straight 4A-3A state title. Chosen as The Baltimore Sun's Howard County's co-Player of the Year, she was a member of the six-time State Cup champion Columbia Crusaders.* Stephanie Roberts, Severna Park, Sr., striker -- Chosen Anne Arundel County's Player of the Year by The Baltimore Sun, Roberts (22 goals, six assists)
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer | October 28, 1992
Bringing out the best in Dulaney soccer player Aimee Vaughan was just a matter of surrounding her with the area's best players on an everyday basis.Vaughan, a junior forward for the No. 4 Lions (10-1, 9-0), is one of the metro area's leading scorers with 23 goals and eight assists.She has been playing soccer year-round for almost three years and said her success is because of her constant play."[In high school] you really can't get the experience of playing against other whole teams," Vaughan said.
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By Lem Satterfield | June 5, 1991
For the first 59 minutes of the the girls under-19 State Cup soccer game against the Bethesda Peppers Sunday at Glenwood Park, the Columbia Crusaders had the visitors spinning on their heels.The Crusaders' corner kicks, booming volleys and nice through balls bounced off of heads, feet, knees and bodies and went nearly everywhere but into the goal. At half time, the score was 0-0."We've had some lovely corner kicks, but we're not getting to them first. We're delivering the ball, but we're letting it go out of bounds," said Crusaders coach Roy Andersch, with his team and Anita Andersch, his wife and co-coach, listening intently at the intermission.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | September 22, 1991
Undefeated Hammond High's girls soccer team is living up to its No. 2 metro ranking, featuring exceptional quickness and superior passingability.Both skills were on display Thursday when the Bears trounced Baltimore County power Dulaney, 4-0, in Towson.Hammond (3-0) has outscored its opponents by 14-1. The Bears got their No. 2 ranking in The Sun's poll of metropolitan girls soccer teams, just behind Anne Arundel County's Severna Park.Dulaney posted a 10-2 record last season and is expected to be one of Baltimore County's top teams this season.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | October 3, 1992
For Hammond's girls soccer team, the margin of victory was a total of four for the first three games and four again yesterday.The No. 2 Golden Bears played host to perennial Frederick County power Middletown yesterday and romped, 5-1.Hammond (4-0) was paced by two goals apiece from Samantha Andersch, The Baltimore Sun's female Athlete of the Week, and Kiesha Jett. Andersch and Jett, two of the area's top scorers, each have six goals. The Knights fell to 5-1."I think our timing was off the first three games," Jett said.
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