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C.M. Wright girls edge IND in soccer

The Baltimore Sun

Senior midfielder Angelica Appold scored four minutes into overtime to send No. 7 C. Milton Wright past No. 12 Institute of Notre Dame, 2-1, in girls soccer yesterday.

Appold took a short pass from junior Lindsay Malpass and scored from 10 yards out on the right side for the win.

The host Mustangs (8-1) took a 1-0 lead in the fourth minute on a goal from junior Julia Brown, but the Indians (7-3-1) answered 10 minutes later on a goal by senior Gabby Devaud.

"This was a good win for us," C. Milton Wright coach Paul Austin said. "This was the first game we were in a situation like this where it was a close game late and we were able to find a way to win in overtime."

Field hockey

No. 5 Fallston 6, North East-Cecil 0 -- Kait Dempsey scored two goals to lead the Cougars (8-1) over the visiting Indians (5-5). North East goalie Heidi Smith made 21 saves, as Fallston had 32 shots on goal. Fallston goalies Megan Sadowski and Katie Gerbes combined faced one shot.

No. 15 Century 2, Liberty 0 -- Claire Brady had a goal and an assist as the visiting Knights (5-3) shut out the Lions.

Centennial 1, Mount Hebron 0 -- Kate Heineman scored the game-winner from the left side with 6:25 remaining in the first half as the visiting Eagles beat the Vikings (5-3). Mount Hebron outshot Centennial 8-4.

Park 3, IND 1 -- The Bruins won their first game of the season with a win over the Indians. Valerie Green scored all three goals for Park (1-6-1) and Even Rorison added two assists.


No. 9 Catonsville 3, Perry Hall 0 -- Amanda Parry had five kills and 26 assists to lead the host Comets (4-1) past the Gators. Parry also had 10 serves without an error. Paige O'Prey added 18 serves and seven aces.

Sun reporters contributed to this article.

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