Spalding's Marie Jamison riddled the Seton Keough defense for two goals and an assist in a 3-2 come-from-behind triumph over the visitingGators in a Catholic League soccer match yesterday.
Tina Karasek scored the third goal for the 1-0 Cavs, while teammate Melissa Goebelcontributed an assist.
Spalding outshot its opponents, 27-14, and freshman goalkeeper Nicole Trumpler totaled 11 saves.
ADMIRALS DEFEAT GATORS
Visiting Severn built a 3-0 halftime cushion en route to a 4-0 shutout of Seton Keough in an Association of Independent Schools field hockey match yesterday afternoon.
Brenna Ryan led the charge for the 2-0 Admiralswith two goals and an assist. Cristina Brill and Anne Schorreck eachregistered single goals, while Jacqui McDermott and Kelly Duffy had an assist each.
Severn outshot the hosts, 16-4, as Gator net minder Sarah O'Connor collected 12 saves. Severn's Christy Cole thwarted all four of Keough's shot attempts.
ST. MARY'S WINS, 1-0
Megan Coakley's feed to Kim Maise with 10 seconds remaining in the second half lifted St. Mary's to a 1-0 victory over Sts. Peter and Paul in field hockey action Wednesday.
"This game was a real good test for us. Sts. Peter and Paul really plays us tough all of the time," said Saints coach Lisa Howe.
St. Mary's outshot the 0-1 Sabrettes, 18-6, as Saints goalie Margaret Pantall was called on to make two saves.
"Julie Dodd and Christine Manning did a great job for us," said Howe. "They really hustled throughout the entire game."
SPALDING BEATS LIONS, 2-1
Karen Mayernick's goal with 10 minutes left in the second half enabled Archbishop Spalding to nip Queen Anne's, 2-1, in a non-league field hockey showdown yesterday.
Maria Roach assisted on the game-winner, while teammate Marie Swartwood converted a penalty strokeearlier in the second half.
"Maria and Susie Vonstatum played very well today," said Cavaliers coach Mary Pat Bozel.
Spalding (2-1)was outshot, 12-10, by the host Lions (0-1). Winning goalie Angie Frazetti made nine saves.
CAVS WIN IN VOLLEYBALL
Archbishop Spaldingwasted little time in disposing of visiting Seton Keough, 15-10, 15-6, 15-4, in Catholic League volleyball yesterday afternoon.
Cavaliers hitter/setter Amy Langville posted 15 hits, four kills and three service aces. Teammate Jen Dixon recorded 12 hits and three kills, while Carrie Parsons served 14 points throughout the match.
Spaldingis 1-0, and the Gators are 0-1.