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By JACK HILL III | Staff Correspondent | October 23, 2012
The Clear Spring Blazers celebrated Senior Night by chalking up an 8-0 win over the Hancock Panthers on Monday in a Washington County high school girls soccer game. Senior Tori Albert shared goalkeeping duties with Jen Bowers as the two combined for the shutout for the Blazers, who built a 5-0 halftime lead. Albert also scored a goal in the victory. “It's good to have that win to go out with on your last home game,” Albert said. “Our defense helped me out tonight. They worked the ball around pretty good.
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October 22, 2012
Girls soccer Williamsport received the top seed of the seven Washington County public-school teams Monday, when the MPSSAA held its draw for the upcoming region tournaments. The Wildcats (11-2-1), the MVAL Antietam champions, are the No. 2 seed in Class 2A West. Following a first-round bye, they'll host either No. 7 Wheaton or No. 10 Walkersville in the quarterfinals on Oct. 30. The No. 1 seed went to Middletown, the defending state champ. In Class 1A West, No. 10 Hancock (0-11-1)
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By ANDREW MASON | andrewm@herald-mail.com | October 18, 2012
The Williamsport girls soccer team didn't stay down for long. Five days after falling 1-0 to Boonsboro in the final of the Washington County tournament - in what Williamsport's Tim Salvagno called “the most disappointing game I've coached” - the Wildcats finished their regular season on a rainy Thursday night at home with one of their biggest victories in years. Williamsport defeated Smithsburg 1-0 to capture the MVAL Antietam title, completing a 7-0 run through the conference while handing the Leopards (6-5-2, 3-1-2)
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By BRETT NIEVES | brett.nieves@herald-mail.com | October 18, 2012
C.J. Elwood and Matt Lowenhaupt each scored a goal as Clear Spring shut out Boonsboro 2-0 on Thursday night in an MVAL Antietam boys soccer match that was shortened by a persistent rain. The game officials stopped the match with about 15 minutes remaining in the second half after deeming the field unfit for play. “It was miserable there for a while, but we all agreed to stop playing,” said Clear Spring coach Lynn Mills, whose team improved to 12-2-1 overall and 5-1-1 in the Antietam.
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October 15, 2012
Monday, October 15, 2012 GIRLS SOCCER CLEAR SPRING - Caylin Reid drew first blood with a goal in the first half for Clear Spring en route to the Blazers 4-0 shutout of St. Maria Goretti on Monday. Jenna Lipinski, Lexi Albert and Victoria Lulciuc each added a goal in the second half for Clear Spring (7-4). Lulciuc also had two assists. Tori Albert and Jen Bowers combined for the shutout in goal. Megan Rock had 14 saves in goal for Goretti (2-10-4). Boonsboro 5, FSK 0 UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Leah Cadigan netted a hat trick to lead Boonsboro in a shutout of Francis Scott Key. Jordy Bingaman and Emily Cronise also scored for the Warriors (7-1-4)
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By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | October 15, 2012
The Boonsboro boys soccer team found all that glitters is not a golden goal. Especially when you don't score it. It all tarnished for the Warriors in quick fashion when Jacob Gosselin popped in a point-blank goal in the 91st minute - the first minute of the second overtime - on Monday to give Francis Scott Key the sudden goal for a sudden 3-2 victory. “That's what happens during a golden goal,” said Boonsboro coach Roy Rickerds. “It was just how it goes tonight.” But, in reality, the Warriors went from being on the doorstep of a victory with five minutes remaining to tied with under two left in regulation to walking off in sudden death in 16 minutes of playing time.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | October 13, 2012
For the second time this season, Clear Spring defeated North Hagerstown 2-0 in boys soccer. Saturday's victory at South Hagerstown's School Stadium gave Clear Spring a little something extra, however - the Blazers' first ever championship in the Washington County Public Schools tournament. “We've had an awesome season,” said Clear Spring coach Lynn Mills. “We've had the desire to win and played with heart.” And in their heart was Quinn Hoover, their former teammate who was killed in a car accident in March.
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By ANDREW MASON | andrewm@herald-mail.com | October 13, 2012
The Boonsboro Warriors embraced the role of underdogs Saturday afternoon against the Williamsport Wildcats in the final of the Washington County Girls Soccer Tournament at South Hagerstown. “We came in with the mentality that we had absolutely nothing to lose,” Boonsboro assistant coach Austin Gray said. And there was much to be gained. Michaela Grove scored the lone goal of the game in the 14th minute, and the Warriors held on to defeat the favored Wildcats 1-0 for their second county title in program history.
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By BRETT NIEVES | brett.nieves@herald-mail.com | October 11, 2012
The Williamsport girls soccer team strolled into Clear Spring Thursday with a perfect MVAL Antietam record and kept it unblemished with a 2-0 victory over the Blazers. “Clear Spring always plays us tough. They're a well-organized team and work very hard,” said Williamsport coach Tim Salvagno, whose team improved to 6-0 in the conference and 9-1-1 overall. “It was a great result for us coming out with the win.” It was an offensive struggle in the first half that led to a scoreless tie at the half.
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By JACK HILL III | jack.hill@herald-mail.com | October 11, 2012
Practice makes perfect. Clear Spring's boys soccer team has spent plenty of time on the practice pitch working on a particular play. The Blazers were rewarded on Thursday night, as that play gave them the only goal of the evening as they edged Williamsport 1-0 in the MVAL Antietam. Junior midfielder Bradly Mills made a pass to senior midfielder Nick Brandt, who then found junior striker Kevin Carbajal - whose header from the left side found the net in the 63rd minute. “It feels great to get that goal,” Carbajal said.
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