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By Bill Free | September 15, 1991
In soccer, it may be the equivalent of the New York Jets beating the Baltimore Colts in the 1969 Super Bowl, and the New York Mets beating the Baltimore Orioles in the 1969 World Series.The heavily underdog Albany Capitals completed a stunning elimination of the Maryland Bays from the American Professional Soccer League semifinal playoffs last night, defeating the Bays, 1-0, in a best-of-five penalty-kick shootout in the deciding 30-minute mini-game before 2,741 at Cedar Lane Park.The Capitals were 10-11 in the regular season and Maryland 19-2.
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The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2014
No. 1 McDonogh 4, Mount de Sales 0: Kia Rankin scored all four goals to power the host Eagles (9-0) past the Sailors (2-5-2) in girls soccer. Rankin scored on a cross from Kasey Gibbons, a penalty kick and two through balls, including a shot that bounced back off the crossbar and she redirected to the opposite side. Lindsey Clark had one save in her eighth shutout. No. 11 Bel Air 3, Edgewood 1: The visiting Bobcats (7-1) took a 2-0 lead at the half and beat the Rams (5-4)
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By Kip Coons | November 18, 2012
— UMBC had to believe it had the defending NCAA champions right where they wanted them. After 110 minutes of scoreless soccer, the Retrievers and North Carolina were headed to penalty kicks to decide who would advance from their second-round match in the NCAA Men's Soccer Championship on Sunday at Fetzer Field. After all, UMBC (11-4-7) had prevailed over New Hampshire in the America East tournament final and Old Dominion in the first round of the NCAAs on penalty kicks. "Definitely," team captain and senior forward Milo Kapor said.
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By Brent Kennedy, Baltimore Sun Media Group | November 5, 2013
After a five-year hiatus, the River Hill boys soccer program is headed back to the state final four. In penalty kicks, after 100 minutes of scoreless action Tuesday night, Hawks goalie Tomas Potts came through with a pair of diving stops to help River Hill outlast Mt. Hebron, 5-4, and capture the year's 3A East region title. "I went out there thinking that it was on me. For our five seniors and our entire team that was looking at me, it was on me to make a play," said Potts, who was also in goal just four days earlier when River Hill defeated Reservoir in penalty kicks.
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Sports Digest | October 7, 2012
Colleges Kapor's penalty kick gives UMBC 1-1 tie with UNH UMBC senior midfielder Milo Kapor converted his third penalty kick of the season in as many tries in the 77th minute and the Retrievers (5-3-4, 0-1-1 America East) rallied from an early deficit and played host New Hampshire (4-4-3, 0-1-1) to a 1-1 double-overtime draw Saturday. New Hampshire had opened the scoring in the 23rd minute. Retrievers junior Phil Saunders (Perry Hall) made two saves. Women's soccer: Sophomore forward Lily Kraemer scored the game-winning goal in the 88th minute as Navy (14-1-0, 2-0- Patriot League)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | November 5, 1994
Their most recent game had settled nothing, which made last night's rematch even more intriguing.Less than two weeks after playing to a tie with the Anne Arundel County boys soccer championship on the line, No. 5 Severna Park and No. 9 Chesapeake met again in the Class 4A East Region semifinals.And this time, Chesapeake senior midfielder Blake Moore made sure there would be a winner -- and without a shootout.Moore scored on a penalty kick with 3:10 left in the second overtime to give the host team a 2-1 victory and a berth in Tuesday's final against Annapolis.
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By Bill Free | September 16, 1991
The season just wasn't supposed to end this way for the talent-rich Maryland Bays.They had dominated the regular season in the American Professional Soccer League and were considered a lock to make the championship series again this year.Especially since the 10-11 Albany Capitals were the opponents for the 19-2 Bays in the best-of-two semifinals.But when Lee Tschantret's 12-yard penalty kick sailed off Maryland goalkeeper Steve Powers' fingers into the upper left corner of the net Saturday night, the Capitals had completed the dismantling of the defending APSL champions at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia.
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October 28, 1991
Mike Sloniewsky's goal in the first round of sudden-death penalty kicks lifted Virginia Tech (8-7-1) to the championship of the annual Towson State Invitation soccer tournament yesterday. Tech and Philadelphia Textile (7-8-1) had gone 120 scoreless minutes and each had made four of five kicks in the first penalty round.The consolation game was a rematch of last year's championship game with the same outcome, as Towson State (11-4-2), behind two goals from Ed McCue, defeated Howard University (6-9-1)
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By Adam S. Reisinger and Adam S. Reisinger,SUN STAFF | September 10, 2001
No. 5 Loyola was able to turn back No. 3 Calvert Hall's offensive pushes for all 80 minutes of regulation. It only took 21 seconds of overtime, however, for the Cardinals to break through. Junior forward Ben Pardew scored at 80:21 to lead Calvert Hall to a 3-1 win over Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference-rival Loyola yesterday at Towson University. "We didn't finish our chances in the first half, but we got that one in overtime," Cardinals coach Andy Moore said.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1997
River Hill, newly anointed this week with the area's No. 1 ranking, played at Wilde Lake yesterday like a team intent upon keeping that position.The Hawks (5-0 overall, 2-0 league) knocked off fourth-ranked Wilde Lake 1-0 on a penalty kick by team co-captain and sweeper Sam Salganik 12 minutes into the game.The goal was Salganik's third in two games this week, and was a good personal tonic in the wake of the death of his mother's sister Saturday. She was buried Tuesday. Salganik also scored twice in Monday's 4-1 win over Good Counsel.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2013
The No. 1 McDonogh girls soccer team was supremely talented and highly motivated this season after last year's disappointing finish. It proved to be an unstoppable combination, capped off by a win in Saturday's Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference title game against defending league champion Archbishop Spalding. The Eagles completed their season-long mission with a 2-1 victory over the No. 4 Cavaliers at Anne Arundel Community College, getting first half goals from seniors Anna Bialczak and Casey Martinez and then fending off a second-half charge from their biggest rival.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2013
As the season has progressed, the No. 7 Severna Park girls soccer team's defense has taken on the identity of its senior goalkeeper, Rachel Vander Kolk. And in Thursday's playoff game at No. 2 Arundel, the Vander Kolk-led Falcons were at their unflappable best. After 100 minutes of scoreless play sent the Class 4A East Section I title game to penalty kicks, the Falcons got conversions from Abby Thomas and Murphy Atwell, and Vander Kolk made one final big save, her ninth of the game, to send Severna Park past the Wildcats with a 2-1 edge in the shootout.
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Sports Digest | June 23, 2013
        Fishing Deale's Schmitt wins EverStart on Potomac Bryan Schmitt of Deale won the EverStart Series Northern Division tournament on the Potomac River on Saturday. Schmitt won with a three-day weigh-in total of 52 pounds, 8 ounces with 15 bass. His third-day weigh-in was 16 pounds, 2 ounces. Schmitt was awarded $37,554 for his victory, which he attributed to a grassy area on the Potomac that he recently found using his depth finder. College tournament: Shippensburg University's team won the college portion of the competition.
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November 27, 2012
The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. on Mondays. We prefer email (howardcountysports@patuxent.com). We do not accept results by phone. When two Howard County teams play, players from both teams (first and last names) must be mentioned in the write-up. Questions? Call 410-332-6606. Running The 332 participants in the Turkey Trot 10k Prediction Run had to run 6.2 miles through Jeffers Hill, with the winner finishing closest to 11 a.m. on Thanksgiving morning without the benefit of any timing devices.
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By Kip Coons | November 18, 2012
— UMBC had to believe it had the defending NCAA champions right where they wanted them. After 110 minutes of scoreless soccer, the Retrievers and North Carolina were headed to penalty kicks to decide who would advance from their second-round match in the NCAA Men's Soccer Championship on Sunday at Fetzer Field. After all, UMBC (11-4-7) had prevailed over New Hampshire in the America East tournament final and Old Dominion in the first round of the NCAAs on penalty kicks. "Definitely," team captain and senior forward Milo Kapor said.
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By Mike Frainie and For The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2012
South River's Kacie Longo knows what it means to play under pressure. She proved that to top-seeded Arundel in the Class 4A East girls' soccer championship Tuesday night. After No. 4 Arundel took a 2-0 lead, Longo scored twice in the second half - the second coming with less than 40 seconds left - leading the No. 3 Seahawks to overtime, where they won, 3-2. Madison Koenig scored the game-winner on a penalty kick with 8:30 left in the second overtime. South River (17-2) will face Bowie in the state semifinals Saturday at Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | October 30, 1997
At times, Maryland tends to lose concentration and aggressiveness. But wait until after halftime.Using a six-goal, second-half outburst, the No. 13 Terrapins revived themselves from a first-half funk to romp past Loyola, 6-0, yesterday at Alumnae Field at the College of Notre Dame. Maryland has totaled 68 percent of its goals in the second half, outscoring its opponents 25-6 after intermission.It matched the largest margin of victory in this 56-year-old state rivalry."There are definitely times when we haven't given teams enough focus," said Jason Sardis, who started the run by knocking in a rebound of his penalty kick early in the second half.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 17, 1996
In light of the rainy weather and slippery playing conditions, neither Bel Air nor Wilde Lake seemed particularly upset about yesterday's 1-1 tie at Wilde Lake.No. 5 Bel Air (1-0-1), the Class 3A state runner-up, and No. 8 Wilde Lake (0-0-1), the Class 2A state runner-up, each has a large number of returning starters and both expect to have strong seasons."Anytime you are playing on the road and under these conditions you are supposed to be happy with a tie," Bel Air coach Bill Jefferson said.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | October 23, 2012
Midway through the first half of Tuesday's Anne Arundel County boys soccer championship, No. 12 North County had a feeling things may go its way when undefeated No. 6 Severna Park permitted an own goal to give the Knights an early advantage. Junior midfielder Heikki Katojisto and sophomore goalie Jake Hensley helped make sure the positive tone remained. Katojisto, an exchange student from Finland, scored two blistering goals - one in each half - and Hensley turned away a penalty kick as the Knights fended off Severna Park for a 3-1 upset win and the program's first county championship.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2012
There is an old soccer adage that a wet field is often the great equalizer, favoring teams that play a more grind-it-out style over those that are more offensively gifted. On a night when the pitch at Ludwig Field turned into a 110-yard Slip 'N Slide, high-scoring, top-ranked Maryland was slowed by a steady first-half downpour and No. 2 North Carolina, the nation's top defensive team. But when the Terps secured a 1-0 victory in overtime, it turned the announced crowd of 7,340 from soggy to celebratory.
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