CMW boys score twice in :56, but lose boys soccer game to Curley

C. Milton Wright scored a pair of goals in a 56-second stretch Monday, but it wasn't enough, as visiting Archbishop Curley got a pair of goals each from Tre Pulliam and Tyler Jackson to defeat the Mustangs, 5-3, in a non-league boys soccer game.

Pulliam put Curley ahead 10 minutes into the game, but CMW countered with its two quick goals. With 15:09 left in the half, David Bishop scored a header on a cross from Conner Appleby, then with 14:13 left, Mark Cantor tallied a low left foot shot just inside the post on a pass from Jayson Butler.


Curley evened the score seven minutes later, when Jackson found the upper 90 inside the far post. Dylan Poetzel put Curley ahead for good with just 3 seconds left. Brett Sutton assisted the goal.

Pulliam added his second goal in the second half's fifth minute, getting behind the CMW defense and pushing a low shot past Mustangs keeper Ryan Miller.


CMW's final goal came on a direct kick at the top of the box. Kyle Walters did the honors at the 31:49 mark.

Jackson closed the scoring with 22 minutes to play, banging in a rebound off a Pulliam shot that was deflected.

Curley played two goalies, with Raffi Manarelli posting one save in the first half, and Ben Gentry three saves in the second half. CMW's Miller had five saves.

Panthers beat Eagles

Perryville knocked off visiting Aberdeen Monday, 2-1, with all scoring coming in the first half.

The Panthers opened scoring in the sixth minute, with Nick Roberts scoring off a throw-in from Zack Strong.

Aberdeen countered in the 30th minute, but Perryville scored the game-winner three minutes later when Chris Hawley put away a shot off a free kick by Jon Hamamcioglu.

With time running out, the Eagles had a chance to tie on a corner kick and several subsequent shots off rebounds, but Perryville was up to the test. Ilario Ercole headed one shot out of the goal; Nick Ports blocked another shot off his foot and Ben Douty blocked the final shot and cleared the ball down field. Panthers goalie Trevor Prevost contributed 13 saves.

Bobcats are 5-0

Bel Air ran its record to 5-0 in boys soccer Friday, beating host Gerstell Academy, 3-2, in overtime. The winning goal was scored in the 96th minute by sophmore Connor Lorenz, who also scored earlier in the game.

The Bobcats other goal was scored by Blake Hardesty. Assists were credited to Colin Tolson, Daniel Milad and Gray Harper.

Bel Air keeper Jack Tracy had two saves in the win.


"This was a very physical, hard-played match," Bobcats coach Dominic Rose said.

Cobras lose

Harford Tech fell to 1-3 with a 1-0 overtime loss at Bo Manor Friday.

Tech goalie Adam Bednarek finished with four saves.

Other Friday score

John Carroll dropped a 2-1 contest at Loyola, dropping the Patriots to 2-4.

Huskies win on road

Patterson Mill (4-1) picked up a road win Thursday, winning 1-0 at Manchester Valley.

Larsen Green had the lone goal for the Huskies and goalie Chris Giba made four saves.

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