Pasadena Chargers get overtime win

Recreation roundup

October 27, 1992|By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III | Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Staff Writers

Youth football

* 140-pounds -- Brian Kingsbury's 1-yard touchdown plunge in the second overtime lifted the Pasadena Chargers over the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels, 19-13, Saturday night at Lake Waterford Park.

The result left the teams tied for first at 5-1 in the county 140-pound Patapsco River Conference with two games to play.

With six minutes to go, Phillips (5-for-17, 106 yards) drove the Rebels 64 yards for the game-tying score. Phillips hit Joe Petrocelli (three catches, 72 yards) for an 18-yard gain to the Chargers' 13, and with 2:10 left found Pete Anderson (six carries, 48 yards) for a touchdown on the next play.

Pasadena visits Fort Meade (2-4) for a 3 p.m. game Saturday while the Rebels play host to unbeaten and Severn River Conference-leading GORC (5-0) at 3 p.m.

* 115-pounds -- The Buccaneers downed the Maryland City Mustangs, 32-12, last Saturday at Sunset Elementary School.

Steve Vacheresse and Anthony Brown scored in the first quarter to give the Bucs a 12-0 lead at the half. Brown added a 65-yard touchdown run in the third quarter and Vacheresse's pass from Bill Robbins gave the Bucs a one-point conversion and a 19-6 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Robbins and Brown found the end zone in the fourth quarter on runs of 25 and 40 yards, respectively, for the final margin. Clearing the way were offensive linemen Joe Krammer, Will Andrews, David Stepanoff, Tim Florintino, Chad Leister, Jim Hilton, Ben Collins and Tom Collins.

Defensive standouts for the Bucs included Brad Gosnell, Keith Morris, Joe Kirkpatrick, Nick Hess, Tim Alimo, Mark Nichols, Mark Hessler, Gus Velenousky, Travis Dyer and Joe Moore.

"Both teams were winless going in, yet all of the kids on both sides played very hard," said Bucs coach Bummy Potter, whose team will face the East Glen Burnie Warriors Saturday. "It reflected well on the character and determination of both squads to play as well as they did."

* 75 pounds -- Quarterback Chris Reina completed 4 of 6 passes for 108 yards and two touchdowns Saturday as the Buccaneers B team defeated Cape St. Claire, 28-0.

Chris Hudson started things off for the Bucs with a 32-yard touchdown run and Mike Guino added the extra-point run.

The Bucs' second touchdown came on a 31-yard run by Guino. Corey Reina added the extra point to make it a 14-0 ballgame.

Chris Reina's first touchdown strike went to Hudson from 31 yards out. Chris Reina then connected with Doug Baer for the extra point. Drew Ward, who caught two passes for 72 yards, hauled in a 44-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter.

Providing solid blocking were Fred Sutherland, Steve Hayes, Justin Scalio, Corey Steward, Jonathan Grau and Ryan Curry.

Leading the way defensively for the Bucs were Russ Nichols (six tackles), Justin Jarmer (one interception, two tackles), Billy Scalian (four tackles) and Andrew Sears (two tackles).

* The Pasadena Chargers upped their record to 4-2 last week with a 39-0 win over the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels.

Montay Lawson opened the scoring on a 5-yard run and later closed out the scoring when he intercepted a lateral in the Rebels' end zone on the final play of the game.

In between, Marcus Jones scored on 60-yard run in the second quarter and Chad Duncan scored from 13 yards away to make it 20-0 at halftime.

Lawson added a 35-yard touchdown run to open the second half and Duncan scored from 51 yards out to give Pasadena a 32-0 advantage.

Chargers coach Tim Fogle praised the offensive line play of Jeremy Walsh, Ricky Redgraves, Timmy Molyneaux and Jay Long.

* 95-pounds -- Severn spoiled East Glen Burnie's homecoming, upending the hosts, 38-0, last Saturday.

Lamar Parrish scored two touchdowns on a pair of 10-yard runs, while Chris Perozzi's 30-yard run on an end-around accounted for the longest touchdown run of the afternoon.

Kirk Barrett and Dwayne Jones scored on runs of 12 and 8 yards, while Darryl Sinclair's 5-yard run finished the scoring for the Savages, who improved to 5-2.

Damien Eldridge and Parrish each scored an extra point for the winners, who will travel to Andover (5-2) Friday for an 8 p.m. game.

The Savages 115 B squad (1-6) suffered a 32-0 setback at the hands of Severna Park (1-6).

Youth soccer

* 1980 boys -- The Harundale Hawks dropped a 3-0 decision Saturday to Rolling Knolls.

Harundale goalie Andy Messmore had 13 saves and teammates Jason Blevins, Bobby Hammerbacher and Jimmy McKusky played well in the field for the Hawks.

Matthew Myers scored all three goals for Rolling Knolls, one on an assist from Will Bartz. Judd Carstens had five saves with defensive support from fullbacks Frank Wooten, Tim Shanley and Aaron Lowe.

* St. Jane edged the Crofton Blast boys soccer team, 3-2, last Saturday at Bar Harbor Field.

After St. Jane opened the scoring, Greg Wojtech got the Blast on the board with a direct kick that knotted the score at 1.

In the second half, St. Jane sped to a 3-1 lead before Crofton's Jim Courtney narrowed the margin on a pass from Ben Baxter with about 5 minutes left to play.

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