Saturday, November 12, 2011
The girls lost to Bethesda-Chevy Chase 0-3 and the boys lost to Walter Johnson 0-1.
UPDATE (9 p.m.)—The Perry Hall boys soccer team was defeated by Walter Johnson 0-1 Saturday night. The girls were defeated earlier that evening by Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School 0-3. See the archived live blog for play-by-play coverage from both games. --- UPDATE (12 p.m.)—After gaining the Class 4A North regional title in a match against Catonsville on Nov. 8, the Perry Hall girls soccer team will compete in the state semifinals Saturday evening. The Gators are scheduled to play Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School at 5 p.m. at Richard Montgomery High School in Montgomery County. They will be followed in the same location by the boys at 7:30 p.m., when they face No. 1 seed Walter Johnson High School. Get live updates on the game in the …
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Baltimore County held its 16th annual Pumpkin Bowl on Wednesday to close out the allied sports soccer season.
Scores weren’t kept as soccer teams representing 11 Baltimore County high schools took to the field Wednesday evening at Hereford. A final score wasn’t necessary as everyone involved left the field feeling like a winner. The teams were participants in the county's 16th annual Pumpkin Bowl. The round-robin "tournament" represented was the conclusion of the county’s allied sports soccer season. For allied sports, teams are co-ed and have a mix of students with and without disabilities. Since 1994 the program has given students a chance to participate in interscholastic athletics. The schools that competed on Wednesday were Perry Hall, Kenwood, Owings Mills, Milford Mill, Hereford, Franklin, Parkville, Chesapeake, Dulaney, Dundalk and Towson…
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Neither team scored during the Tuesday night opener.
Perry Hall High and Dulaney High School boys varsity soccer teams butted heads in a scoreless tie Tuesday night, the Baltimore Sun reported. As stated in the article: Perry Hall's Ethan Moller nearly won the game with a minute left in regulation, but his header sailed just over the bar. "It really frustrates you," Moller said. "Sometimes we get bounces, sometimes we don't. I wish I could have gotten under the ball and it would have been a completely different game. It just didn't happen." Read the full story here. Read Patch's profile on Perry Hall's new head soccer coach, Skelton Leaves Perry Hall's Soccer Program 'In Capable Hands'.
Monday, August 8, 2011
Perry Hall's former soccer standout plans to play for UMBC in the fall.
Perry Hall High School soccer coach Danny Skelton approached Joe Glos before the Gators’ 2009 matchup with highly-ranked Calvert Hall. He told his star forward he was relying on him to "carry the team through." As he often did during major games, Glos responded by scoring two goals and assisting on another as he led the Gators to a dominant 5-2 victory against the talented Cardinals, at that point ranked the fourth-best team in the state. "He’s without a doubt a big game player," Skelton said. "He did that kind of stuff a lot in big games. He always seemed to rise to the occasion." Yet, it wasn’t just big games where Glos shined. The 2011 Perry Hall High School graduate, who plans to attend and play soccer at the University of Maryland, …
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Soccer players Sean Rush and Santino Quaranta are working to develop a nonprofit organization.
Young fans of "the beautiful game" will have the opportunity to be trained alongside professional soccer players this spring with the startup of a new youth club in the region. When it’s time to hang up the cleats, professional footballers often remain active in the sport in some capacity. But international footballer Sean Rush and D.C. United sensation Santino Quaranta don’t want to wait until the end of their careers to share their skills. The pair have been working for the past few months to develop a new nonprofit youth soccer organization—while still in the prime of their respective careers. It’s a rare move for players to devote so much time and energy to “giving back” to the would-be soccer stars of tomorrow while still nurturing …