Senior forward Marco Angelini notched two goals -- his eighth and ninth of the season -- in the second overtime yesterday as third-ranked Archbishop Curley defeated host Archbishop Spalding, 5-3, in boys soccer.
Curley midfielder Brandon Quaranta scored in the second minute of the match for his 11th goal of the year, but Spalding forward Dave Weibe tied the score two minutes later.
Curley opened the second half with two quick goals -- in a span of six minutes -- from back Scott Yeagy and midfielder Santiono Quaranta.
With 15 minutes left in the game, Spalding goalkeeper Chris Dehenzel dived to block a Quaranta penalty kick.
Spalding midfielder Andrew Mantini scored in the 65th minute, and with two minutes left in the game, forward Lance Beatty knotted the score at 3.
Curley coach Pep Perrella said it was the first time this season his team had given up three goals in a game.
"They did well," Perrella said of Spalding. "They played their hearts out."
With the win, Curley improved to 16-1-2 overall and 10-0-2 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association and retained first place.
No. 1 Oakland Mills 5, Hammond 1: Jeremy Katlin scored two goals as the visiting Scorpions routed the Bears in a county matchup.
Steve Blakely chipped in with two assists as Oakland Mills improved to 12-1 overall and 7-1 in the county.
Arundel 1, No. 4 Chesapeake-AA 0: Ryan McCauley scored the only goal as the Wildcats (3-9-2 overall, 3-6-2) dealt the host Cougars (12-2, 11-1) their first Anne Arundel County league loss.
The game was called after the first half because of lightning.
No. 8 Loyola 3, John Carroll 0: Tony DiFonzo scored two goals to lead the visiting Dons to an MIAA victory over the Patriots (4-6-2 overall, 3-6-2 league).
Mike Lookingland chipped in with a goal for Loyola (11-4-2, 8-3-1).
Goalie Shawn Huth made three saves to record his 11th shutout of the season.
No. 13 Centennial 2, Howard 0: Vincent Chan scored his first two goals of the season to lead the host Eagles to a Howard County League win over the Lions.
Paul Krausman made seven saves to record his third shutout in the past four games for Centennial (5-4).
Glenelg 4, No. 14 Wilde Lake 3 OT: Senior captain Jason Weszka scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to lead the Gladiators to an upset of the visiting Wildecats.
Ryan Bender added two assists to help Glenelg improve to 4-4-4 overall and 2-4-2 in Howard County.
Calvert Hall 4, Mount St. Joseph 2: Steve Davis had two goals, and Mike Joseph had a goal and an assist as the host Cardinals defeated the Gaels.
Calvert Hall (6-7-2) outshot the Gaels, 12-4, and rallied from a 2-0 first-half deficit.
Maryvale 2, No. 15 Mercy 1: Emily Vitrano and Stephanie Sybert scored goals in the first half and the Lions held off the visiting Magic in the second half for the upset.
No. 5 Garrison Forest 2, McDonogh 1: Kate Wheeler scored two goals, including the game-winner with 10: 07 left in the game, to spark the visiting Grizzlies to the win.
Garrison Forest outshot the Eagles, 12-8, in the second half. The Grizzlies improved to 7-2-3, while McDonogh fell to 5-7-2.
No. 6 St. Mary's 0, No. 15 Archbishop Spalding 0: Defense dominated in this scoreless game between Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland league rivals.
Although visiting St. Mary's (8-2-3) had seven shots to Spalding's four, the Cavaliers (6-3-4) had six penalty corners to the Saints' five.
St. Mary's goalkeeper Addie Lewis had two saves, and Spalding goalie Katie Dalo registered six saves.
Wilde Lake 2, No. 12 Glenelg 0: The Wildecats upset the visiting Gladiators.
Junior forward Laura Rothchild and senior forward Julie Bergin scored the goals for the Wildecats (3-8-1 overall, 3-5-1 league).
Glenelg dropped to 10-3 overall and 7-1 in Howard County.
No. 13 Severn 1, Friends 0: Schuyler Sutton's second goal of the season stood up as the winning goal for the host Admirals.
Severn's Brenley Jacobs stopped seven shots.
No. 14 Long Reach 8, Atholton 0: Brandi Franks scored four goals and an assist and leading scorer Jessica Burkhardt added two goals and two assists to help the host Lightning (8-2-2) crush the Raiders.
Shannon Woodward also chipped in with two goals and two assists.
Kenwood 2, Carver A&T; 1: Jennifer Svec scored two goals in the first half and the visiting Bluebirds (7-1) took first place in the Baltimore County Mallard Division with the victory Thursday.
Svec scored her first goal off an assist from Melissa Augustyniak with 19: 32 left in the first half. Svec scored again more than five minutes later off a feed from Sharon Sparwaffer. As time elapsed, Carver (6-2) was awarded a penalty corner, but Rachael Dudok blocked the shot.
No. 2 Centennial 3, Wilde Lake 0: Outside hitter Kim Emrich was 12-for-13 in serving with 5 aces to lead the host Eagles (10-2) to a 15-6, 15-6, 15-5 victory.
Pub Date: 10/23/99