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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 19, 2005
UMBC's Drew Westervelt scored in the second overtime to lift the Retrievers to a 9-8 victory against homestanding Loyola on Tuesday afternoon. Loyola sophomore Dan Bauers scores twice in the final 1:43 of regulation to force overtime. The Greyhounds battled back from an early 3-0 deficit and an 8-5 hole in the fourth quarter. Brendan Mundorf and James Hyland had two goals apiece for UMBC (6-6). Matt Monfett scored two goals and added an assist for Loyola (4-6). The Greyhounds head to Pennsylvania this Saturday for a 1 p.m. contest.
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | January 12, 2013
In a playoff upset for the ages, the Ravens thrilled fans who had embraced their underdog status by defeating the Denver Broncos in double overtime Saturday on a lengthy field goal by their rookie kicker. The Ravens will move on to either Houston or Foxboro, Mass., for the AFC Championship Game next Sunday evening. And linebacker Ray Lewis, who plans to retire at the end of the season, will continue his 17-year career for at least another week. Ravens cornerback Corey Graham intercepted Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning late in the first overtime to set up the game-winning 47-yard field goal by Justin Tucker.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | November 4, 1998
For the second time in three years, Hammond will need an extra day to complete a region playoff game.Yesterday's Class 1A South Region quarterfinal between visiting Oakland Mills and No. 7 Hammond was suspended with 7: 29 left in the second overtime because of darkness. The 2-2 game will resume at 3 p.m. today with a drop ball in front of Hammond's bench.If neither team scores in overtime, an 11-player shootout will determine a winner.The game was stopped because of an injury to Oakland Mills sweeper Kate Anderson.
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Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | January 12, 2013
When the best game that almost every Ravens' player had ever been a part of was finally over, Joe Flacco threw his hands in the air, Justin Tucker emphatically pumped his fist and Ray Lewis dropped to his knees, reduced to tears. Tucker's 47-yard field goal 1 minute and 42 seconds into the second overtime ended a thrilling and exhausting divisional round playoff game and sent the Ravens into the AFC championship game for the second straight year. The 38-35 victory over the Denver Broncos earns the Ravens a date with the winner of Sunday's game between the New England Patriots and Houston Texans.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Just two minutes and 52 seconds away from completing a perfect season, the Severna Park field hockey team had to settle for second best last night when Bethesda-Chevy Chase pulled out a stunning 2-1 upset with time already expired in the second overtime of the Class 3A field hockey championship. Margaret Mulholland scored on the Barons' eighth penalty corner, which was earned just before time had ended in the second 10-minute overtime period. The Barons erupted after avenging a 3-1 loss to the No. 1 Falcons in last year's championship game as well as a lopsided 4-1 setback early in the regular season.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1998
Francis Scott Key accomplished something no other Carroll County school had been able to do since mid-October 1994 and ended years of frustration in the process when it scored two minutes into the second overtime to defeat Westminster last night, 2-1.In the end, a blend of experience and youthful enthusiasm helped No. 7-ranked Key (6-1), a Class 2A school, give seven-year coach Mindi Wagner her first victory over the perennial Class 4A power.Sophomores Kelly Miller, who scored, and Stacey Foster, who fed her, combined for the winning score, as Westminster goalkeeper Emily White lay sprawled, stretching in vain to deflect the ball out of a scramble in front of the cage.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 23, 1996
Becky Morris scored four goals and Brooke Wagner scored the game-winner 53 seconds into the second overtime as No. 1 Annapolis (20-0) scored an 11-10 victory over No. 4 Mount Hebron (17-2) in the state Class 3A-4A girls' final at Catonsville Community College.Broadneck boys 10, Mount Hebron 9: Gerry Case (five goals) scored the game-winner 33 seconds into the second overtime period to lift No. 7 Broadneck (18-1) over Mount Hebron (15-3) in the 3A-4A final at North County.Pub Date: 5/23/96
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October 13, 1991
Rodney Rawlinson's fifth goal of the season, with 1 minute, 27 seconds left in the second overtime, gave visiting and No. 13 Meade a 1-0 victory over No. 3 Severna Park yesterday, ending the Falcons' regular-season winning streak at 35.Meade (7-1, 1-0) was also the last Anne Arundel County team to beat the Falcons (7-1, 0-1) during the regular season in 1987.
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By From Staff Reports | November 8, 1993
Sophomore midfielder Mike Barger scored his first goal of the season with 6:37 left in the second overtime to lift host Loyola over Fairfield, 1-0, for the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's soccer tournament championship yesterday.The victory gave Loyola (18-2-1) its fifth consecutive title and extended its unbeaten streak to 11. Fairfield goalie Anthony Novello had a career-high 16 saves and shut down the Loyola offense until the second overtime.Loyola goalkeeper Zach Thornton made four saves en route to his 16th shutout of the season.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | January 5, 1996
Give the men's basketball team at Loyola College 66 years and it will find a way to beat you.The Greyhounds, who recorded their last victory over St. Joseph's on Feb. 15, 1930, ended more than six decades of frustration by downing the Hawks from Philadelphia, 80-78, in double overtime last night before 762 at Reitz Arena.Teron Owens won it on a fadeaway jumper in the lane with eight seconds left in the second overtime. Owens and Mike Powell led the way for the Greyhounds with a 25 points each, and Anthony Smith and Nsilo Abraham added 14 and 10, respectively.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2010
COLLEGE PARK — Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski sat at his post-game news conference with his eyes downcast, calling Saturday's NCAA tournament loss to Michigan the "most gut-wrenching" in his 18 years at Ludwig Field. A goal by freshman Fabio Pereira three minutes into the second overtime gave the 10th-seeded Wolverines a 3-2 victory over the second-seeded Terrapins in the quarterfinals before an announced 3,536. After the goal, the Maryland players collapsed on the field, inconsolable at the abrupt end to what had been one of the program's most dominant seasons.
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By From Sun Staff Reports | October 12, 2010
It took two overtimes for the Archbishop Curley soccer team to score the game's only goal and send No. 1 McDonogh (11-2) home with its second loss of the season. Three minutes into the second overtime, Michael Sauers was awarded a penalty kick and made good on his opportunity, putting the ball into the net for the game-winning goal. Coach Barry Stitz said he was pleased with the way his Friars (5-6-1) handled the pressure applied by the Eagles (11-2). "The boys played hard and took the pressure and created enough chances to win," Stitz said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2010
CJ Costabile lived the dream. As a youth, Costabile imagined scoring the game-winning goal. As a sophomore long-stick midfielder for Duke, Costabile did just that, scoring just five seconds into overtime to lift the No. 5 seed Blue Devils to a 6-5 victory decision over unseeded Notre Dame in the NCAA tournament final at M&T Bank Stadium on Monday. On the opening faceoff of overtime, Costabile popped the ball away from Fighting Irish senior Trever Sipperly and collected it. He sprinted into the offensive zone and fired a shot from about 10 yards over goalkeeper Scott Rodgers' right shoulder to set off a wild celebration just outside the Notre Dame cage.
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By From Sun staff reports | January 14, 2010
Alex Vega had a game-high 23 points as the No. 7 River Hill girls basketball team defeated Howard, 53-36, Wednesday. The host Hawks (11-1) have won six of their past seven games, including a 60-48 victory over Howard on Jan. 5. River Hill extended its three-point halftime lead by outscoring the Lions 13-4 in the fourth quarter. Alauna Jackson led Howard (8-4) with 14 points. No. 12 Catonsville 64, Patapsco 40: : Candace McCray had a game-high 18 points to lead the visiting Comets (11-1)
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By From Sun staff reports | January 14, 2010
Alex Vega had a game-high 23 points as the No. 7 River Hill girls basketball team defeated Howard, 53-36, Wednesday. The host Hawks (11-1) have won six of their past seven games, including a 60-48 victory over Howard on Jan. 5. River Hill extended its three-point halftime lead by outscoring the Lions 13-4 in the fourth quarter. Alauna Jackson led Howard (8-4) with 14 points. No. 12 Catonsville 64, Patapsco 40: Candace McCray had a game-high 18 points to lead the visiting Comets (11-1)
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | October 15, 2009
South River sophomore midfielder Anna D'Ambra had a couple of choices to consider when she ran on to a through ball in the second overtime of Wednesday night's game against rival Arundel: pass or shoot. She chose the latter, and it proved a smart decision as she neatly placed a shot into the lower left corner with 2:58 left to give the No. 5 Seahawks a resilient 2-1 home win over the No. 3 Wildcats in Anne Arundel County girls soccer. South River improved to 10-2 overall and 8-1 in Anne Arundel, handing Arundel (11-1, 8-1)
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 9, 1997
The battle for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference championship is expected to be between Severn and St. Paul's. But a couple teams are developing and could make it more than a two-team race.One of those teams is Archbishop Curley, which continued its surprising roll in an intradivisional game yesterday, defeating host Boys' Latin, 68-59, in double overtime.Junior forward Brian Hubbard scored a game-high 23 points for Curley (10-2) and Mike Palmere and Chuck Fuller each added 12. Matt Thanner led Boys' Latin (5-6)
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By From Sun staff reports | January 14, 2010
Alex Vega had a game-high 23 points as the No. 7 River Hill girls basketball team defeated Howard, 53-36, Wednesday. The host Hawks (11-1) have won six of their past seven games, including a 60-48 victory over Howard on Jan. 5. River Hill extended its three-point halftime lead by outscoring the Lions 13-4 in the fourth quarter. Alauna Jackson led Howard (8-4) with 14 points. No. 12 Catonsville 64, Patapsco 40: Candace McCray had a game-high 18 points to lead the visiting Comets (11-1)
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Special to The Sun | April 13, 2008
Before yesterday's showdown between her Saints and visiting Dulaney, St. Mary's coach Sue Chittim sat senior Caroline Cochran down for a chat. "I felt like she and I weren't communicating well, and I told her what I wanted, which was the best from her at all times," Chittim said. Even though she wasn't around to see it, that's exactly what she got. Cochran scored on a free position with 49 seconds left in the second period of overtime to rally St. Mary's to a 12-11 win over the Lions in a game that was played mostly in a driving rainstorm.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 10, 2007
Gigi Mangione scored the game-winner in the second overtime as the third-ranked McDonogh girls soccer team edged host St. Vincent Pallotti, 3-2, yesterday. Jackie Henehan scored the only goal for the Panthers (6-3-2), forcing overtime. McDonogh (15-1-2) outshot Pallotti, 12-8. No. 4 Severna Park 14, Glen Burnie 0 -- Hayley Rausch, Megan Kowalski and Lauren Krum all had hat tricks as the visiting Falcons (9-2) shut out the Gophers. Lelan Bailey added two goals and two assists for Severna Park, which had 25 shots.
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