Westminster, N. Carroll soccer winners

Recreation roundup

October 27, 1992|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer

Westminster hung close to first place and North Carroll strengthened its hold on a playoff spot in Mason-Dixon men's soccer with victories Sunday.

Westminster (6-1-1) led all the way to top Clear Spring, 5-2, as Eddie DeVincent scored twice and brother Mike once.

Junior Andersen and Scott Anderson also scored for the winners.

North Carroll (4-4) won its third consecutive game, 6-3 over Hagerstown.

Marty Rill scored twice for the winners and Tim Warehime, Sean White, Anderson Mensah and Kreg Keeney once each.

Freedom Optimist soccer

* Under-14 boys: E. W. Beck remained in first place by tying Carroll County Sports Medicine, 1-1.

Jim Kafshinski scored the Beck goal with an assist from Cavan Roy and Josh Farkas scored for Sports Medicine, assisted by Doug Richmond.

Keeper Alex Martinez made several key saves for Sports Medicine.

Pap Pap's Pizza tied Westminster Bank and Trust, 2-2.

Mike Pearsall and Jon Hurley scored for Westminster Bank, assisted by Joe Poole and Pearsall, respectively.

Josh Brandt, assisted by Brian Burnett and Robert Strickler, scored for Pap Pap's, as did Steve Strickler.

* Under-12 girls: Hutchinson's Flowers kept its grip on first place by beating Platte Insurance, 5-1.

Bethany Jelinek scored three times for the winners and Erin Kiessling twice. Addie Wheeler and Diana Bolard had assists.

Karen Platte scored Platte Insurance's goal.

Eldersburg Paint tied Sons of Italy, 1-1, as Shannon Knight scored for Eldersburg. Mary Easterday, with an assist from Amy Williams, scored for Sons of Italy.

Jennifer Trumpler scored two goals and Michelle Hollars one, leading Totally Cool to a 3-1 win over Kurt Linhoff. Rachel Showman had Linhoff's goal.

* Under-12 boys: Prudential Insurance blanked McDonald's, 2-0, as Tommy Warner and Steven Skiratko scored.

Shannon-Baum downed Vince's Pizza, 5-0. Josh Pescetto scored an early goal and Jeremy Stritzinger broke the game open with three second-quarter scores. Matt Easterday closed out the scoring in the third quarter.

Sykesville Video topped Ace Hardware, 3-1,as Steve Moody scored twice and Matt Parlette once. Jason Salony had two assists. Bobby Tucker scored for Ace.

Little Vinnie's stayed tied for first with Sykesville Video by topping J. J. Fiorani, 5-1. Chris Gooding scored three times for Vinnie's, and Ryan Arnold and Joe Kaniecki each added a goal. Tim Eagle's penalty kick was the only Fiorani score.

Ben Becker's goal put Dr. Passarillo's ahead 1-0 with 30 seconds left, but Richard Scrievner tied it for Marty's Oriole Mart with time running out, 1-1.

Carroll County Football League

Westminster topped Arbutus, 15-6, in their B Conference game Saturday.

Desmond Estevez broke off tackle for a 20-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and Trenton Reichtler kicked a two-point conversion kick to put Westminster ahead 8-0.

Defensive end Eddie Dill scored on a third-quarter, 45-yard interception return and Reichtler ran in the extra point for the final score.

The Westminster C team lost, 6-0, when Arbutus scored on the game's final play.

Terrors defensive linemen Brendan McDaniel and Rory Howe played well.

Arbutus downed Westminster, 56-6, in the A game.

Sykesville's A team took a 20-0 halftime lead and rolled over Winfield, 33-0.

Dan Richardson threw 6 yards to Ed Ruch for a touchdown, Mike Chenoweth threw a 50-yard option pass to Ryan Pagels for a score, after which Dan Livesay added the two-point conversion kick, and Josh Denning ran 2 yards to score to key Sykesville's first half.

The Raiders B team topped Winfield, 25-8.

Calvin Stacey scored on 20-, 40- and 30-yard runs for the winners, and Brandon Bell added a 1-yard scoring plunge and followed with an extra-point run.

Eric Boger scored for Winfield and Mike Stevens added a two-point conversion kick for the Cavaliers, who trailed 12-8 at halftime.

Raiders fullback Matt Deucher and offensive linemen Randy Mathena and Allen Maszarose provided excellent blocking, and Deucher, at middle linebacker, was a strong tackler for Sykesville.

Girls soccer

* Under-14-A: Mount Airy held on to first place with a 6-2 win over the Freedom Thunder.

Shannon Henley's three goals paced Mount Airy, and Lindsey Vosloh, Becky Spates and Stephanie Myers each added a score.

Midfielders Bree Baldridge and Allison Cavey played well for the winners.

Steph Wilson and Joanna Remmel scored for Freedom.

Boys soccer

* Under-14-A: The North Carroll Strikers blanked Linganore, 3-0.

Tony Reightler, Dave Rongioni and James Brengle scored for North Carroll, and Chad Crowl had two assists.

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