Around the area in high school sports:

NEWS & NOTES

Severna Park Pair Shines

Severna Park's senior forward duo of Holly Noga and Erin Dubina formed one of the top offensive duos in Maryland girls soccer last season. It appears they will do so again this season. Just ask Good Counsel.

Dubina assisted Noga for the game's only goal 10 minutes into the second half as Severna Park ended Good Counsel's 26-game unbeaten streak, 1-0, in a non-district contest in Wheaton.

Good Counsel finished last season No. 1, recording its first undefeated season in school history with a 22-0-3 record. Severna Park also had a strong year, losing to Wootton in the Maryland 4A State final, 2-1, and finished 18-2-0.

Noga scored 17 goals last season for the Anne Arundel County school, while Dubina had 16 goals in her freshman campaign.

"It was a through ball to Erin Dubina and Holly Noga up front and Erin dished the ball real nice to Holly and she put in the far post," Severna Park Coach Chuck Seivert said.

Junior goalkeeper Kerry York had eight saves for the shutout.

-- Bryan Tucker

WORTH QUOTING

"People were telling me in the pregame they were already talking about me, Penn State this and Penn State that. I just let it go in one ear and out the other."

-- Zack Mills,

Urbana senior quarterback who has verbally committed to Penn State. He passed for 209 yards in last night's 26-6 victory over Largo.

BY THE NUMBERS

2

Number of game-winning field goals Fauquier's Ben Yolda has kicked this season. Yolda made a 21-yarder with 1 minute 32 seconds remaining to lift the Falcons to a 10-7 victory over Liberty in Warrenton.

280

Number of yards Thomas Stone's All-Met running back Marcus Whalen rushed for in 34-22 victory over Chopticon.

27

Number of victories Seneca Valley extended its area-long winning streak to as they defeated Richard Montgomery, 43-0.

99

Yards Largo's Curtis Raby returned a kickoff for a touchdown against Urbana. It accounted for all the Lions' points in their 26-6 loss.

9

Number of solo tackles Northwest linebacker Mike Theberge had in a 19-14 victory over Quince Orchard in Germantown.

ON TV

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High School Sports Show

When: Sunday, 11 a.m.

TV: WTTG-5.

The show begins its second season and will feature South Lakes sophomore Alan Webb, who this summer broke the record of a legendary runner -- by a mile. But every week, catch The Post's Top 20 football rankings and highlights from area games.