Ca­tonsville boys win in OT, 1-0

Palmisano’s goal gives No. 12 Comets soc­cer the win over Spar­rows Point

Baltimore Sun - - VARSITY - By Craig Clary — Mon­ica D’Ip­polito, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group

Luke Palmisano scored 13:27 into over­time to lift host No. 12 Ca­tonsville (9-2-1) to a 1-0 vic­tory over Spar­rows Point (7-3) in boys soc­cer on Mon­day.

The win­ning play started with a free kick from Liam Llorin from 60 yards out.

Matt Re­hder headed it to­ward the goal and Ethan Clark flicked it to Palmisano.

“We missed a cou­ple of good op­por­tu­ni­ties ear­lier in the game, so I called [Clark] off be­cause I knew I had a bet­ter an­gle on it,” Palmisano said.

“We just needed one solid shot on frame and that’s what we got, and Luke buries that one,” Ca­tonsville coach Chris Hast­ings said.

The Comets had a chance to win 4:50 into over­time, but Llorin’s penalty kick went wide.

Spar­rows Point goalie Quentin Hager made14 saves.

“They had a good goalie,” Hast­ings said. “We just needed some­thing hard and on goal.” That’s when Palmisano de­liv­ered. NO. 9 GIL­MAN 2, LOY­OLA BLAKEFIELD 1: Teddy Ndje scored on a penalty kick nine min­utes into the se­cond half and Greg Di­ette added the win­ner with nine min­utes left to lead the Grey­hounds (7-3-3, 5-3-2) over the host Dons (4-8) in a Maryland In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion A Con­fer­ence game.

NO. 6 SEVERNA PARK 5, OLD MILL 0: Phil Ir­win scored two goals as the vis­it­ing Fal­cons (10-1) bounced back from their lone loss of the sea­son to beat the Pa­tri­ots (3-8).

DUN­DALK 1, NO. 10 EAST­ERN TECH 0: Cle­ment Blamo scored with five min­utes left to give the host Owls (7-3) a vic­tory over the Mav­er­icks (7-2).

Hamza Iguidre had an as­sist and Josh Dickey made eight saves for Dun­dalk.

Girls soc­cer

MOUNT HE­BRON 3, MARRIOTTS RIDGE 1: Alexa Drag­isics and Julz Lam­par­ella scored in the se­cond half to lift the vis­it­ing Vik­ings (6-5, 4-4 Howard County) over the Mav­er­icks (2-6-3, 2-4-2).

“We went into half­time 1-0 and [Mount He­bron coach Tim Dep­pen] just re­peated we need to con­tinue to get the ball up there and get of­fen­sive chances and just try and put it in the back of the net — and we did that,” Lam­par­ella said.

Katie Thomp­son scored with 18 min­utes left for Marriotts Ridge.


Mount He­bron se­nior de­fender Sam Good­win, left, chal­lenges Marriotts Ridge sopho­more mid­fielder Vic­to­ria Hensh for the ball. The Vik­ings, who led 1-0 at half­time, added two goals in the se­cond half for a 3-1 vic­tory.

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