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From Sun staff reports | October 14, 2012
Tre Pulliam and Michael Sauers combined for three goals and an assist in No. 2 Archbishop Curley's 3-0 victory over visiting Archbishop Spalding. It was the second time in two days the Friars (11-2) have beaten the Cavaliers (5-10) by three goals or more. Curley goalie Jake Ossie had three saves. Football Wilde Lake 35, Long Reach 8: Malik Jackson had four catches for 102 yards and two touchdowns to lead the visiting Wildecats (4-3) past the Lightning (1-6). Wilde Lake scored 21 points in the second quarter to pull away.
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From Sun staff reports | November 9, 2013
Lauren Kirchenheiter had 18 kills and 11 digs and went 12-for-13 from the service line, and Kara Glynn had 12 kills to lead visiting and No. 8 Severna Park (16-2) to a 3-0 victory over No. 4 South River (15-3) in the Class 4A East volleyball championship game. The Falcons won, 25-23, 25-16, 25-12. Football No. 5 Broadneck 35, Glen Burnie 7: Canaan Gebele threw a touchdown pass and rushed for a score to lead the host Bruins (7-2) past the Gophers (1-8). No. 6 Archbishop Spalding 28, Calvert Hall 21: Avery Simmons had two rushing touchdowns in the fourth quarter to tie and win the game for the visiting Cavaliers (8-3)
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Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 20, 2013
Coming into this season, Howard volleyball coach Grant Scott hoped to achieve a 3-1 record four games in. And with heavy hitters St. John's (D.C.), Centennial, Glenelg and River Hill on the schedule, that was a lofty goal. But after Thursday's win at No. 12 River Hill, No. 2 Howard accomplished its mission. The 25-22, 15-25, 25-18, 25-14 victory came three days after the Lions fell to Glenelg in a five-set marathon. "That kind of shook off our ego a little bit and made us really crack down," said junior setter Hanna Webster.
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Baltimore Sun Media Group | November 1, 2013
Bel Air junior forward Kayla Klock scored twice Thursday to lead the No. 11 Bobcats past host No. 10 C. Milton Wright, 3-1, in the Class 3A North Section II girls soccer final. Klock broke a scoreless tie a little more than 12 minutes into the first half, taking a cross from Juliana Portera and putting the ball past C.M. Wright goalie Stacy Venanzi. The Mustangs evened the score with 38seconds left in the half when Angela Kuhn got her head on a corner kick and put the ball into the goal.
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From Sun staff reports | October 13, 2012
Carson Kalama scored twice to help the Bel Air boys soccer team win Friday and break a school scoring record that had stood for 43 years. The host Bobcats (5-0) won, 3-1, over North Harford and claimed the Upper Chesapeake Division. Kalama has 38 career goals and 42 assists, breaking the record set by Greg Zebedic in 1969. Austin McKinney added a goal and an assist for Bel Air. No. 8 Centennial 2, No. 12 Oakland Mills 1: Peter Vorel scored two goals, the second coming with 5:21 left in regulation, to lift Centennial to a comeback victory over Oakland Mills.
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From Sun staff reports | September 2, 2012
Host No. 11 Perry Hall used stingy defense to limit the scoring chances for the No. 2 McDonogh boys soccer team Saturday. But when the opportunity came, the Eagles (1-0) went to a set piece as George Campbell crossed the ball to Brett Ebel, who headed in the game-winner with 31 minutes left in the first half, and McDonogh held on to win, 1-0. Football Patterson Mill 24, Chesapeake-BC 0: Devinn Fisher had 15 carries for 160 yards and one touchdown as the visiting Huskies (1-0)
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From Sun staff reports | November 4, 2012
Needing a win Saturday to earn top seed in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tournament next week, Archbishop Curley beat host Mount St. Joseph, 3-0. A loss would have given the top spot to No. 2 Loyola. Jake Ossie made four saves in his seventh shutout of the season. Curley and Loyola got first-round byes, and the Friars (14-3-2) await the winner of Gilman-Mount St. Joseph in Thursday's semifinal at 3 p.m. No. 2 Loyola 3, No. 8 Calvert Hall 0: Louisville-bound Jeremy DeGraffenreidt had a goal and an assist for the host Dons (14-3)
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September 3, 2010
Fall sports ,like football, lacrosse, and soccer, bring risk of concussion injuries to Maryland students. Recent media attention has been brought to the increasing number of concussions being treated at emergency departments across the country. New research is pointing to the risk of permanent brain injury for children with concussions. It is important players, parents, trainers, game officials, and coaches know what to look for and how to treat a child with a concussion. Coaches and athletic trainers must especially keep informed of the latest developments in post concussion treatment as o-going research is changing how the "game is played.
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From Sun staff reports | October 27, 2013
Josh Woods had three touchdown receptions and No. 3 McDonogh (9-0, 4-0 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) earned its third shutout of the football season with a 40-0 win over visiting Loyola (2-6, 0-4) on Saturday. Marriotts Ridge 21, Long Reach 12: The Lightning (1-7) was within range to kick the go-ahead field goal with less than a minute left when Sam McCoy intercepted a pass around the 15-yard line and returned it 85 yards to clinch the homecoming win for the Mustangs (2-6)
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From Sun staff reports | October 27, 2013
Josh Woods had three touchdown receptions and No. 3 McDonogh (9-0, 4-0 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) earned its third shutout of the football season with a 40-0 win over visiting Loyola (2-6, 0-4) on Saturday. Marriotts Ridge 21, Long Reach 12: The Lightning (1-7) was within range to kick the go-ahead field goal with less than a minute left when Sam McCoy intercepted a pass around the 15-yard line and returned it 85 yards to clinch the homecoming win for the Mustangs (2-6)
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From Sun staff reports | October 25, 2013
Stephanie Asher scored all four goals and Megan Taylor had all four assists to power No. 4 and host Glenelg (13-2) to a 4-1 field hockey victory over River Hill (9-6) in a Class 2A East sectional semifinal Thursday. The Gladiators advance to face No. 14 Marriotts Ridge in Monday's sectional final. No. 9 Mount Hebron 7, Reservoir 0: Tianna Wallpher had two goals and two assists and Monica Linn had two goals and an assist to lead the host Vikings (14-1) past the Gators (3-10)
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From Sun staff reports | October 20, 2013
Jeff Kammerer and Sam Mavronicolas each scored to lead the No. 4 Marriotts Ridge soccer team past Centennial, 2-1, Saturday. The Mustangs (13-1) claimed co-championship of Howard County with No. 3 River Hill (13-1). The Eagles fell to 7-4. Girls soccer Institute of Notre Dame 3, Mercy 0: The Penguins (9-1) got goals from Brittney Celano, Julia Webb and Sarah Aviles to win at the Magic's Pink Out for Cancer. Mercy fell to 3-5. Football No. 9 Archbishop Curley 27, Boys' Latin 6: Garrett Reynolds (4-for-6 passing for 51 yards)
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By Randall L. McRoberts, Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 17, 2013
The C. Milton Wright girls soccer team won its fifth straight Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Chesapeake Division title Wednesday, beating host Fallston, 3-1. The Mustangs (5-1 league, 8-2 overall) scored two goals in the first 81/2 minutes and then played the Cougars (1-5 league, 3-7 overall) even on the scoreboard the rest of the game. Adrianna Tarbert and Angela Kuhn each scored a first-half goal. Fallston's goal also came in the first half, when Sierrah Taylor made a strong run and scored with assist from Brooke Nigrin at 18:54.
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From Sun staff reports | October 10, 2013
No. 8 Loyola broke the second tie of the game with visiting Archbishop Spalding in the second half of Wednesday's boys soccer game. Avionne Flanagan was taken down inside the box from behind and Gavin Barger connected on the penalty kick for a 3-2 Dons win. Ryan Conrad had a goal and an assist for Loyola (8-5-1, 3-4-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference), which had lost its previous two games. The Cavaliers fell to 3-8-1, 1-7-1 Girls soccer John Carroll 3, Mercy 2, 2OT: Caroline Barwick scored her second goal at the 91:57 mark of the second overtime for the Patriots (6-7-1, 3-3-1 IAAM A Conference)
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From Sun staff reports | October 9, 2013
Coach Tim Dunbar credited the digs and other tough defensive plays in a 3-0 girls volleyball victory Tuesday by No. 5 Severna Park over No. 2 host South River. Severna Park won, 25-19, 25-18, 25-15. Morgan Kline had 38 assists and Kara Glynn had 12 kills as the Falcons (7-1) upset the host Seahawks (7-1). Dunbar said, "We frustrated their hitters by not giving them any floor to put the ball on. " No. 4 Broadneck d. Glen Burnie, 3-0: Clara Brechtel had six kills and Jordyn Beans had nine assists as the host Bruins (8-1)
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From Sun staff reports | October 4, 2013
A very fast and highly motivated No. 15 Broadneck field hockey team took nine of its 11 shots in the first half Thursday in upsetting No. 2 host Severna Park, 2-0. Falcons coach Ann Andrews credited the win to the Bruins' uptempo pace that "owned the first half. " Kara Siegal and Emily Stevenson scored for Broadneck (8-3). The Falcons fell to 8-1-2. Boys soccer No. 2 Marriotts Ridge 3, Long Reach 1: Amir Najib had a goal and an assist for the visiting Mustangs (9-1)
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From Sun staff reports | October 3, 2013
Tiger Wittman scored the game-winner with 5:40 left in the second overtime as No. 14 Calvert Hall upset No. 7 Gilman, 4-3, in soccer Wednesday. The visiting Greyhounds (5-4, 3-4 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) led the Cardinals (4-5-1, 2-4-1) at halftime 1-0. No. 1 McDonogh 4, No. 13 John Carroll 0: George Campbell had a hat trick to lead the visiting Eagles (12-0, 8-0) past the Patriots (5-7, 2-6). No. 8 Archbishop Curley 3, No. 5 Loyola 2: Kyle Mizell scored twice as the host Friars (7-5, 4-4 MIAA A Conference)
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