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Fall sports: Gilman upsets No. 4 Curley, 2-1, in 2OT, in soccer

Unranked Gilman defeated No. 4 Archbishop Curley, 2-1, in double overtime Wednesday as another week brought another upset in Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference boys soccer.

Matthew Katz scored the winning goal with 4:45 left in the second overtime for the visiting Greyhounds (5-5, 3-4).


Will Webb gave Gilman a 1-0 halftime lead before Tre Pulliam tied the score for the Friars (7-5, 3-4) in the second half.

No. 2 Calvert Hall 3, Archbishop Spalding 0: Reugo Nnadozie had a goal and an assist to lead the host Cardinals (6-2-1, 5-1-1) past the Cavaliers (4-7-1, 1-6) in a windy MIAA A Conference game.


Mount Saint Joseph 2, No. 12 St.Paul's 1: Jake Mazzei had a goal and an assist as the Gaels (5-4, 3-3 MIAA AConference) upset the host Crusaders (4-3, 3-3).

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No. 1 McDonogh 4, No. 11 Archbishop Spalding 1: Bridgette Andrzejewski scored twice to lead the host Eagles (5-0) past the Cavaliers (4-4-3).

Maria Kiskis scored Spalding's lone goal.

No. 9 Fallston 1, Rising Sun 0: Maria Gentile scored the game-winner as the host Cougars (8-0) beat the Tigers (2-2).

Mercy 2, Severn 0: The host Magic (6-1-1) scored one goal in each half to beat the Admirals (3-7).

Gabby Kirk and Caroline Cummings scored the goals.

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Glenelg Country School 7, Catholic 1: Megan Hooper had a hat trick to power the host Dragons (4-2) past the Cubs (0-8).

Glenelg Country led 4-1 at the half.

St. Mary's 3, Severn 1: When St. Mary's coach Shannon Dickey called timeout with 10 minutes left in the game with visiting Severn (2-5), she wanted her team to settle down as it nursed a one-goal lead.

Although the Saints did give up a late goal, they added two more and defeated the rival Admirals, 3-1.

St. Mary's (6-2-1) won its third straight game since a pair of shutout losses to Roland Park and Archbishop Spalding.

—Bob Hough, Baltimore Sun Media Group