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Indoor soccer* Under-19 girls -- The Severna...


Indoor soccer

* Under-19 girls -- The Severna Park Kickers lost their opening match to the Chesapeake Hells Bells, 6-5, in Sunday's Baltimore Indoor League contest.

Tracy Marzeck led the Kickers (0-1) with two goals, and Stephanie Dull, Sarah Meehan and Krissy Kohlhepp had single goals. Goalkeeper Angie Zittle stopped 10 shots.

* Under-16 girls -- Tracy Marzeck's four goals helped the Severna Park Kickers nip the Baltimore Soccer Club Strikers, 5-4, in last Thursday's Baltimore City Indoor League contest.

Missy Silvers tallied the other Kickers goal, and Jill Jones added two assists for Severna Park (2-0).

The week before, the Kickers defeated the Baltimore Football Club Eagles, 14-0. Marzeck's six-goal, three-assist performance led all scorers. Tara Theis had two goals and two assists; Jill Jones contributed two goals and an assist, and Jen Mook booted in two goals.

Krissy Kohlhepp had a goal and two assists, Angie Zittle one goal and one assist, and Laura Basil had one assist. Missy Silvers and Lindsay Carlson split time in the Severna Park nets, garnering five and four saves, respectively.

* Under-12 girls -- Erin Johnson's goal wasn't enough to keep the Arundel Soccer Association Falcons from suffering a 4-1 defeat to Perry Hall in a Baltimore City League game at Du Burns Arena.

Emily Gerbasi assisted Johnson's goal. Lindsay Dieringer turned in an outstanding effort at goalkeeper, making numerous saves, including a penalty-kick attempt.

Ice hockey

The Chesapeake Bay Chiefs Bantam A ice hockey team used goalie Steve Sudnick's excellent play to turn away Hershey, Pa., 3-2, last Saturday at the Naval Academy.

Sudnick made 17 saves, including four from point-blank range, as the Chiefs ran their Capital Beltway Hockey League record to 4-0-1.

Neil Buchlietner, the team's captain and leading scorer, scored the winning goal with 2:29 left in the game by stealing the puck at center ice, skating past a defender and flicking a shot past the Hershey goalie.

That was Buchlietner's second goal of the game. He also was credited with an assist on the Chiefs' other goal by Diron Insley. Brian Rice was credited with an assist on one of Buchlietner's goals.

The Chiefs dropped a 6-4 decision to Springfield, Pa., Sunday at Piney Orchard Ice Rink in Odenton. That game saw the Chiefs rally from a 4-1 deficit to tie the game at 4-4 with 8:15 left before giving up the winning goal two minutes later.

Buchlietner and Insley each scored in the Springfield game, which dropped the team's Delaware Valley Hockey League record to 4-2.

Adam Troxell and Zac Jackson scored the other two goals, and Rice and Gene Battista had assists. Goalie Adam Kerner made 22 saves.


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