Pugh's goal gives Patapsco soccer win in 2 overtimes No. 1 vTC River Hill rolls on; Hawks score 6th shutout as Crew tallies twice


Joe Pugh scored on a pass from Joe Fumia with just 17 seconds left in double overtime to lift No. 12-ranked Patapsco (5-2) over a stubborn Eastern Tech team, 2-1, in boys soccer yesterday.

Visiting Patapsco forced overtime on a goal by Chad Clarke late in regulation.

Brandon Brookshire of the Mavericks had broken a scoreless tie with a goal at 37: 04 of the second half.

No. 1 River Hill 5, Howard 0: Junior Adom Crew scored two goals and had an assist in leading top-ranked River Hill to a 5-0 win over Howard last night.

Brett Endler put the Hawks ahead 1-0 with a goal in the 12th minute and Crew followed with consecutive goals to push the lead to 3-0 at halftime.

The win was River Hill's sixth shutout of the season.

No. 9 Wilde Lake 4, Glenelg 0: Dan Monello, Bobby Ratcliffe, Josh Wanarka and Dan Solee each scored in the Wildecats' (4-2) win over the host Gladiators (2-5-1).

No. 11 Dulaney 1, Catonsville 0: Craig Frey scored midway through the second half to lift the Lions (9-0) over the host Comets. Steve Will assisted the goal.

Josh Tracy turned away 12 shots to register the shutout. Ian Callahan had 18 saves for the Comets.

Perry Hall 3, Sparrows Point 0: Bill Rogers scored two goals, both of which were assisted by Jason Holderness, and Zac Fisher added a goal in the Gators (8-1-1) victory. Perry Hall has shut out its last six opponents.

Girls soccer

No. 9 Hereford 9, Pikesville 0: Missy Mueller scored four goals and had two assists to lead the host Bulls (9-2) over the Panthers. Hollis Botti and Liz Ernst scored two goals apiece, and Paige Nichol added one. The Bulls held a 38-1 shot advantage.

Field hockey

No. 2 Severna Park 6, Southern-AA 0: Beth Davis and Nikki Barnes scored two goals apiece to lead the visiting Falcons (9-1) to the shutout of the Bulldogs (4-3-2). Jess Gaither and Katie Tewes also scored for the Falcons, and Jess Mundt had an assist.

No. 9 Centennial 2, Atholton 0: Jill Seewagon and Nicole Simon each had a goal in the visiting Eagles' (8-2) shutout win.

No. 11 Mount Hebron 2, Glenelg 0: Polly Purcell and Katie Jeschke each scored first-half goals as the Vikings (6-4, 4-1) recorded their fifth shutout of the season.

St. Mary's 5, Meade 0: The Saints got goals from five different players on the way to beating the Mustanngs.

Pub Date: 10/10/98

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