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By Rick Belz | March 21, 2001
Not much changes in Carroll County boys lacrosse. Westminster, Liberty and South Carroll shared the county title last season, and the county race figures to be competitive again with the Owls as slight favorites. One change involves the state classifications. Three state champions will be awarded this season instead of two, and Westminster will be the sole county member of the newly created Class 4A-3A. South Carroll, Liberty and North Carroll will be in the 3A-2A classification. And Francis Scott Key is 2A-1A.
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By Rick Belz | March 21, 2001
Not much changes in Carroll County boys lacrosse. Westminster, Liberty and South Carroll shared the county title last season, and the county race figures to be competitive again with the Owls as slight favorites. One change involves the state classifications. Three state champions will be awarded this season instead of two, and Westminster will be the sole county member of the newly created Class 4A-3A. South Carroll, Liberty and North Carroll will be in the 3A-2A classification. And Francis Scott Key is 2A-1A.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 23, 1999
Fallston reserve goalkeeper Justin Fantom has played in eight games this season, but his primary responsibility has been to back up starter Justin Evans.Until now.After Evans left in the first half of yesterday's Class 3A-4A state semifinal against Westminster with a broken right wrist, Fantom finished the game with five critical saves in the second half to preserve a 9-6 victory at UMBC Stadium.The win meant that North region champ Fallston (15-3) will meet Severna Park at 8 p.m. Tuesday at UMBC for the state title, which the Cougars last won in 1987.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 23, 1999
Fallston reserve goalkeeper Justin Fantom has played in eight games this season, but his primary responsibility has been to back up starter Justin Evans.Until now.After Evans left in the first half of yesterday's Class 3A-4A state semifinal against Westminster with a broken right wrist, Fantom finished the game with five critical saves in the second half to preserve a 9-6 victory at UMBC Stadium.The win meant that North region champ Fallston (15-3) will meet Severna Park at 8 p.m. Tuesday at UMBC for the state title, which the Cougars last won in 1987.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 23, 1999
Substitute Fallston goalkeeper Justin Fantom preserved the Cougars' 9-6, Class 3A-4A semifinal win over Westminster at UMBC yesterday with five critical saves after entering in the second half when starter Justin Evans suffered broken wrist.Given a 6-1 halftime lead, Fantom was tested early and often as Westminster outshot the Cougars 16-9 in the second half.The win means that North region champ Fallston (15-3) will meet Severna Park at 8 p.m. Tuesday at UMBC for the state title, which the Cougars last won in 1987.
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June 8, 2001
Player of the Year: Jed Prossner, McDonogh Coach of the Year: Tano Arrogancia, Pikesville First team Name......................................... School.......... Class.......... Position Drew Habeck............................Severn ...........Senior.........Attack Blake O'Shaughnessy........... Boys' Latin.. Senior........ Attack Jed Prossner............................ McDonogh... Senior........ Attack Andrew White............................Loyola............ Senior....... Attack Bryan Bradford.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | April 11, 2001
North Carroll's boys lacrosse team enjoys a good rally almost as much as a victory over Westminster. Last night in Hampstead, the No. 11-ranked Panthers (7-0) enjoyed both, nipping the Owls, 8-7, in a rugged, penalty-strewn contest to stay unbeaten. "We've been working for this one the whole season," said attackman Nick Thurston, who scored three goals - two of them during the most crucial stretch of the game. Thurston's goal with 1:57 left in the second period and North Carroll two men up tied it, 4-4, and 13 seconds later, he put the still one-man-up Panthers ahead, 5-4. The Panthers scored four of their eight goals while enjoying an advantage.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | April 13, 2001
Westminster's superior depth, speed and stick skills wore down Francis Scott Key last night, enabling the Owls to dominate the Eagles in a Carroll County league game, 16-6. Joe Murk scored five goals for the visiting Owls (4-2 overall, 2-1 in the county), and Jason Holman added three goals and had two assists. Kyle Zentz contributed two goals and also had two assists. The Eagles (2-3, 0-3) wasted an outstanding performance by their goalkeeper, Kevin Vanderlinden, who made 23 saves. The Owls rebounded strongly from Tuesday's defeat at North Carroll, when 11 penalty minutes played a crucial role in that loss.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 14, 1998
It was a banner night for Westminster's struggling team.The Owls ended a victory drought against visiting Liberty, coming from behind with two-second-half goals for a 2-1 triumph.For many of the seniors, those who had played two years of JV and two years of varsity, it was their first win over the Lions.Sophomore reserve Jason Holman ended the frustration when he scored the winning goal with seven minutes left, giving the Owls (3-6) a second straight triumph. The loss ended a string of five straight wins for Liberty (6-3)
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | April 25, 2001
If you were handicapping last night's game between C. Milton Wright and Westminster, then you had to place a bet on the Mustangs (8-2), whose only losses coming into the game were to No. 7-ranked Mt. Hebron and No. 9 Dulaney. But the Owls (6-3) had lost only to unranked Franklin and No. 12-ranked North Carroll, and each of those defeats was by a single goal. So everyone expected a close game. And that's just what they got at Westminster's wind-blown stadium. The Mustangs, coming off a big win over South Jefferson of upstate New York on Saturday, showed better control on offense than Westminster, more accurate shooting and a quality defense, not to mention getting a big effort from goalkeeper Chris Petrush, as they scored a 9-7 victory.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 23, 1999
Substitute Fallston goalkeeper Justin Fantom preserved the Cougars' 9-6, Class 3A-4A semifinal win over Westminster at UMBC yesterday with five critical saves after entering in the second half when starter Justin Evans suffered broken wrist.Given a 6-1 halftime lead, Fantom was tested early and often as Westminster outshot the Cougars 16-9 in the second half.The win means that North region champ Fallston (15-3) will meet Severna Park at 8 p.m. Tuesday at UMBC for the state title, which the Cougars last won in 1987.
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