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By From Staff Reports | November 4, 1994
No. 11 Broadneck (10-2-1) scored twice in the first half and added a third goal in the second as the Bruins defeated host City, 3-1, in a state Class 3A East boys soccer region quarterfinal yesterday.Sean Ward and Cory Ross scored first-half goals and were assisted by Todd Betz and Craig Vincent, respectively. Jeremy Eckman fed Dan Gerbasi on the final goal.Broadneck will meet J. M. Bennett in a region semifinal at 5 p.m. Saturday at Wicomico County Stadium in Salisbury.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2014
Not much went right for the defending state champion Marriotts Ridge girls lacrosse team in the first 34 minutes of Monday's sectional final. No. 10 Century dominated possession and ran up a four-goal lead while the Mustangs were uncharacteristically sloppy with the ball and managed just five shots. The No. 4 Mustangs, however, made up for it by scoring the final five goals of the game to take an 8-7 victory in the Class 3A-2A South Section I final. Senior midfielder Taylor Hensh scored three of her five goals in the finishing run as the host Mustangs won the toughest girls lacrosse section in the state.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 20, 1992
CATONSVILLE -- Broadneck was the one team countians felt could prevent Dulaney from winning its fourth Class 4A/3A boys lacrosse state title -- and thus end the Lions' dominance over local contingents. Over the past three years, Arundel, Annapolis and North County stepped up to challenge the Lions. All three came away disappointed losers. After yesterday's state title game, however, for the first time since losing to Arundel in 1988, Dulaney coach Gary Schreiber stood near his bench before his disappointed players, delivering a losing speech after the Bruins' 10-7 victory.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2014
As the youngest girls lacrosse program in Carroll County, upstart Manchester Valley doesn't yet have the reputation, or the championship banners, of some of the county's more established teams. On Thursday night, however, the host Mavericks rallied for what very well could be their defining win. Down by three goals midway through the second half against No. 13 Century - a state finalist each of the past five years - No. 12 Manchester Valley closed the game with four straight goals, including the game-winner by sophomore Lizzie Colson with 3:15 left, in a 10-9 win. "We're a small school, but this is such a big statement," Colson said.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 29, 1997
BETHESDA -- When the deluge had finally ended, the only thing Francis Scott Key coach Mindi Wagner could do was shake her head and let out a long sigh."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 25, 2001
ROCKVILLE -- On Tuesday, No. 2-ranked Loyola lost by a goal to Landon, whose reputation as the Washington area's premiere boys lacrosse program includes a 20-0 record against rival Georgetown Prep. But Georgetown's futility against Landon may soon end, judging by yesterday's 9-5 victory over Loyola (1-2). The Little Hoyas led 3-0 after their first three shots, and 7-2 at halftime after 10 shots. "We have some guys who can create. They're patient, finished nicely, early on," said Georgetown Prep coach Kevin Giblin, who edged Gilman, 9-8, in double overtime on Tuesday.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | April 23, 1994
No. 5 Boys' Latin converted three extra-man opportunities in yesterday's matchup with No. 3 St. Mary's, but it was the one that got away that enabled the homestanding Saints to escape Weems Whalen Field with an 8-7 victory.With St. Mary's defensemen Joe Keenan and Thad Schmidt occupying the penalty box late in the fourth quarter for holding and slashing, respectively, visiting Boys' Latin had what appeared to be a perfect chance at knotting the score.The Lakers did manage to get off five shots in that 90-second span, but four of those found the webbing of Jim Brown's stick.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 23, 2000
Three minutes into yesterday's game at McDonogh, the Eagles All-Metro striker Kaiser Chowhdry was tripped hard from behind by a Loyola defender while going to goal. "I was only about 8 yards out and it upset me," Chowhdry said. The senior finishing phenom got up, brushed himself off and then converted his penalty kick. And a 4-0 rout by No. 1-ranked McDonogh (8-1 overall, 3-0 league) was on. Loyola dropped to 7-2 overall and 3-1 in the league. Chowhdry scored a hat trick, raising his season totals to 14 goals and nine assists.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | January 11, 1993
LANDOVER -- It wasn't the kind of return to action veteran Washington defenseman Rod Langway had in mind, but it wasn't bad for the first night back, according to Capitals coach Terry Murray.Langway, who was sidelined while deciding whether he would accept a part-time role and then while recovering from knee and shoulder surgery, returned to the lineup for the first time in 30 games Saturday night in a 4-3 victory over the Edmonton Oilers."It was frustrating being on the ice for two goals," Langway said of his comeback.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Justin Tortolani couldn't have picked a more opportune moment to become Princeton's all-time leader in goals.The senior attackman scored Princeton's final two goals as the third-seeded Tigers edged No. 6 Maryland, 11-10, yesterday in a drizzle before 2,213 at Palmer Stadium to reach the Final Four in Philadelphia.Princeton (11-2) will meet No. 2 North Carolina in one semifinal next Saturday at Penn's Franklin Field. Carolina advanced by defeating Brown, 16-10.Tortolani, who had a game-high four goals, raised his career total to 116 and surpassed Joe "Wick" Sollers as Princeton's leader.
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From Sun staff reports | February 7, 2014
Mike Lookingland had two goals and two assists to lead the Baltimore Blast past the host St. Louis Ambush, 12-6, in the Major Indoor Soccer League on Thursday night. By winning their eighth consecutive game, the Blast (12-3) closed in on the first-place Milwaukee Wave (11-2). The Blast took a 4-0 lead in the opening period with goals by Tony Donatelli and J.T. Noone. Lookingland got his first goal of the night to open the second quarter and give Baltimore a 6-0 lead. Mike Roach answered for St. Louis (4-12)
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By Patrick Stevens, For The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2013
Between errant shots, shaky decisions or a growing sense of uneasiness, No. 13 Johns Hopkins appeared vulnerable to yet another late-season loss to Navy on Saturday. Then the second half arrived. The Blue Jays scored 11 straight goals to close the game, routing the Midshipmen, 15-4, before 3,646 at Homewood Field. Mike Poppleton won 15 of 17 faceoffs, Brandon Benn scored five goals and John Kaestner added three goals and three assists for Hopkins (8-4), which lost to Navy in two of the previous three years.
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By Jon Fogg and The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2013
Dwayne Porter scored at the 12-minute mark of overtime to lift the host Kentucky Stickhorses to an 11-10 win over the Baltimore Bombers on Sunday afternoon at Freedom Hall in Louisville, Ky. The loss dropped the Bombers (3-2) to second place in the North American Lacrosse League behind the Boston Rockhoppers, who defeated the Rhode Island Kingfish, 20-7, on Saturday. Forward Matt Hickman (Salisbury) scored the final four goals for the Bombers on Sunday, including one that tied it at 10 with 5:46 left; he finished with a game-high five points.
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Mike Preston | May 28, 2012
Sometime in the near future, Loyola needs to hang a portrait of attackman Eric Lusby in the hallways of Ridley Athletic Complex with his elbows away from his body, arms extended and ready to shoot. That's what we kept seeing here all weekend -- Lusby showing that perfect form and finishing goal after goal after goal. Lusby wasn't just hot in championship weekend; he was phenomenal throughout the NCAA Division I tournament, setting a record with 17 goals in four games. He mesmerized the announced 30,816 at Gillette Stadium again Monday, scoring four more goals as No. 1 seed Loyola defeated unseeded Maryland, 9-3, in the national championship game.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | October 23, 2009
It happened six years ago, but the game and its dramatic final goal - scored by Zoey Bouchelle with four seconds left in double overtime - remains fresh in the minds of almost everybody associated with girls soccer at Notre Dame Prep. When Bouchelle skillfully placed a shot underneath the John Carroll goalkeeper - the final touch of an illustrious high school career and her third goal of the game - the Blazers earned a thrilling 5-4 victory that brought the program's only Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | February 15, 2009
This was the reason Bruce Nechanicky endured two knee surgeries and countless hours of rehabilitation. The senior attackman scored Navy's last two goals to help lift No. 10 Navy to an 8-6 victory over No. 15 Ohio State before an announced 2,554 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis yesterday. The Midshipmen, who also received two goals and an assist from Tim Paul, two goals from Brendan Connors, and a goal and three assists from Andy Warner, improved to 2-0 and earned a win that could help them to their sixth consecutive NCAA tournament appearance.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Justin Tortolani couldn't have picked a more opportune moment to become Princeton's all-time leader in goals.The senior attackman scored Princeton's final two goals as the third-seeded Tigers edged No. 6 Maryland, 11-10, yesterday in a drizzle before 2,213 at Palmer Stadium to reach the NCAA lacrosse Final Four in Philadelphia.Princeton (11-2) will meet No. 2 North Carolina in one semifinal next Saturday at Penn's Franklin Field. Carolina advanced by defeating Brown, 16-10.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | September 20, 1990
The performance of the Anne Arundel Community College men's soccer team in a matchup yesterday with host Essex Community College was about as ugly as the game's weather conditions.Playing in a steady downpour, the Pioneers yielded three goals within a 10-minute span in the second half to allow the Knights to secure a 3-0 victory.The Pioneers (3-2) stayed with their hosts throughout the first half, which ended in a scoreless deadlock.Anne Arundel, which fired four shots on goal in the first period compared to nine by the Knights, came within inches of taking the lead in the 37th minute.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Sun | May 18, 2008
Maryland executed a nearly perfect game plan against Virginia in yesterday's NCAA tournament quarterfinal, containing the Cavaliers' high-powered attack, winning most ground balls and controlling the majority of faceoffs. Maryland's offense, however, sputtered at several critical moments and could not take advantage of opportunities to pull away from the Cavaliers. Virginia eventually won when Ben Rubeor scored with 31 seconds left in the first overtime to give the second-seeded Cavaliers an 8-7 victory in front of an announced 7,017 - a quarterfinal attendance record - at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun reporter | April 15, 2007
Navy had lost two games in a row, by a goal each to Georgetown and Maryland. If there was a time for a "must" win, it was yesterday with archrival Army coming to town. Despite being on the verge of blowing the Black Knights out several times yesterday, No. 8 Navy had to score three unanswered goals in the final 8:31 to pull out a 12-9 victory at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Army scored five goals in the third quarter and tied the game at 9 on a goal by Kevin LoRusso with 10:43 remaining.
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