And the streaks go on at Severna Park.
Three Severna Park girls teams added to impressive win streaks last week.
The Falcons' field hockey team beat Queen Anne's, 4-0, Friday on goals by Holly Roessler, Jill Snider, Petra Smeehuyzen and Tricia Gately to finish unbeaten (12-0) for the second time in three years.
On Oct. 15, Katie Woodcock's goal nine minutes before halftime was the only score Severna Park would need in a 3-0 defeat of Broadneck that clinched the Falcons' 13th straight Anne Arundel County championship for coach Lil Shelton.
The victory also avenged one of only two losses to a county foe in Severna Park's field hockey history. Broadneck beat the Falcons, 1-0, in overtime last year.
Severna Park's volleyball team (10-0) won its 86th straight regular-season game since 1984 by winning, 3-0, Friday against previously unbeaten Broadneck with games of 15-11, 16-14, 15-11.
Coach Tim Dunbar's defending state runners-up start freshman Jen Conner; sophomores Catherine Kirk, Kate Marks, Jaime Pirotte; junior Cassandra Melton; and senior Kim Aller.
The Falcons' girls soccer team beat Glen Burnie, 4-0, on goals by Stephanie Roberts, Nicki Cecere, Amy Carnaggio and Erin Wylde to remain unbeaten in 41 consecutive games -- with 35 straight victories -- since dropping the 1987 Region IV final in overtime. Coach Joyce Stefancik's team are two-time defending state champions.
The girls cross country team will be going for its seventh straight county title Friday in the county championship meets at Annapolis.
"This is probably the top girls sports program in the state," said Andy Borland, athletic director at Severna Park, where girls teams have won 21 of the school's 28 state titles. "In our area, people want to excel. The support of the parents is great. There is a tremendous feeder system, and the girls want to win."
Southern and Dunbar, which probably will be the area's No. and No. 2 boys basketball teams this season, will participate with two of Washington's top public schools teams in the James Kenner High School Tip-Off Tournament at Georgetown University's McDonough Arena on Dec. 7-8.
On Dec. 7, Southern will take on Washington's Dunbar at 7 p.m. and Baltimore's Dunbar will meet Coolidge at 8:45 p.m. On Dec. 8, the consolation game will be at 6:30 p.m. and the championship game at 8:15 p.m.
9- For advance tickets, call (301) 654-4822.
Former Woodlawn standout Evers Burns will return to his alma mater Nov. 8 when the University of Maryland's basketball team holds a scrimmage at the school starting at 7 p.m.
There will be no advance sales of tickets. Tickets at the door will cost $2 for Woodlawn students with I.D. and $3 for everyone else.
Gilman graduate Aaric Queen, a starter on last year's basketbalteam, which made it to the MSA B Conference championship game, has made it as a walk-on at Northwestern University. A 6-foot-3 guard who averaged 16.1 points last season, he is one of four walk-ons. According to Gilman coach Tim Holley, Queen is the school's first Big Ten basketball player.
In last week's column, an item about active area football coaches with 100 or more career victories omitted Hereford's Frank Ewing. Ewing, who compiled most of his victories at Chesapeake before he retired from teaching after the 1989-90 school year, has 132 career victories.
* The assistant coaches have been chosen for the 9th Annual Greater Baltimore Football Classic, Dec. 2 at Poly between the Maryland Scholastic Association All-Stars and the Baltimore County All-Stars.
Joining head coach Roger Wrenn (Patterson) on the MSA coaching staff will be Jack Nehmsmann (Southern), Lynn Badham (Northwestern), Obie Barnes (Forest Park), Mel Filler (Calvert Hall), Bucky Kimmett (Poly) and Brad Best (St. Mary's).
Baltimore County head coach John Buchheister (Randallstownwill be joined by George Goudy (Woodlawn), Phil Donlin (Parkville), Ray Groszkowski (Owings Mills), Steve Turnbaugh (Towson) and Rick Zentz (Dundalk).
Tickets for the game can be purchased at any Baltimore County or MSA school after Nov. 7 for $3. Tickets at the gate will cost $5.
Ned Sparks, executive secretary of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association, has been appointed chairman of the National Federation Competition Committee, which reviews standards for interstate competition and recommends standards for eligibility.
North County coach Steve Malone, chairman of the MPSSAA state soccer committee, has been appointed to serve on the National Federation Soccer Rules Committee.
The Forest Park at Cardinal Gibbons top 20 football matchup Friday (7:30 p.m.) will be taped and televised that evening at 10 p.m. by Cable 44. The game also will be shown Saturday at 10 a.m. and 11:30 p.m.
Gary Stein will provide the play-by-play, and Bob Wade will do the color commentary.
Forest Park (6-1, 4-1 in the MSA A Conference) is the area's No. 6 team, and Gibbons (4-3, 4-2) is No. 11.
Overtime: The International Association of Approved Basketball Officials Board No. 290 will hold its rules interpretation meeting Nov. 7 at Calvert Hall at 7 p.m. The meeting is open to all MSA athletic directors and basketball coaches. . . . There will be a retirement dinner for former Patterson athletic director Hy Zolet on Nov. 15 at the Overlea Hall. Tickets are $25 and can be obtained by sending a check or money order, payable to the Maryland Scholastic Association, to Mark Schlenoff at Poly, 1400 W. Cold Spring Lane, 21209. . . . Parkville's junior varsity football team is 6-0 and has not allowed a point. Damon Pickett has scored 13 touchdowns for coach Nelson Dennis' team. . . . Glenelg Country School needs lacrosse coaches for its girls varsity and middle school boys teams. Call Dean Gregg at 531-2530. . . . Participants are needed for the Maryland AAU/Carrier Youth Cross Country Championship Meet at noon Nov. 3 at Brunswick High. There will be races for boys and girls, ages 10-18. For more information, call Lee Zumbach at 834-8045 or Walt Stull at 834-7548.
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