St. Jane tops Mountain Road

Recreation roundup

October 29, 1992|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | John Harris III and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writers

St. Jane's 8-year-old boys team captured the second-annual St. Jane Soccer Association Tournament, defeating the Mountain Road Soccer Club, 5-1, in the championship game Monday at Rock Creek Park.

More than 160 8-year-old players, representing six county organizations competed in the tournament.

Jonathan Beam scored first for St. Jane four minutes into the first period. Mountain Road threatened often in the second quarter, but goalie Marcus Wanner came up with seven saves to preserve a 1-0 lead at the half.

St. Jane rallied for three goals in the third quarter to take a 4-0 lead. Eddie Dolch, Chris Mann and Steve Bowen scored.

Mountain Road's goal came in the fourth quarter, but Dolch came right back with his second goal.

* 1979 boys -- The Pasadena Soccer Club F.C. Lightning moved into the winners' bracket of the Baltimore Metro Classic by defeating the Sacred Heart Strikers, 4-1.

Richy Kuhn, Brad Tepper, Eric Long and Chris Fath scored for the Lightning. Saul Pollack, Brian Shanahan, Joe Fava and Chris Collins had assists.

* Under-19 girls -- The Severna Park Alliance (5-6-1 overall, 1-4 league) was on the short end of another one-goal game, as it fell to Vista (Va.) United, 2-1, in a Washington Area Girls Soccer League Premier Division game Sunday.

The Alliance tied the score at 1 in the second half, as Mo McDonough redirected a Nikki Matters corner kick to the foot of Michelle Salmon. Vista clinched the game with less than 10 seconds remaining on a penalty kick.

* 10-and-under girls -- Fullbacks Meghan Curley, Sarah Grap and Erin Posson helped preserve a 0-0 tie for Cape St. Claire in Saturday's game against Rolling Knolls.

Goalie Kristen Trudeau accounted for five saves, including a second-half penalty shot. The Cougars attack was led by center midfielder Jessica Pasterak, who consistently fed strikers Brynn Posso, Sundee Cogar and Shelley Peavey.

* 1983 boys -- The Arundel Soccer Association Strike Force improved its record to 5-0-2 overall with a 2-0 triumph over Mountain Road Soccer on Saturday. Matthew Jaynes and Chris Osborn scored.

* 8-year-old boys -- Coming from behind on three occasions, the Jessup Provinces Youth Organization nipped the United Youth Club, 4-3, in Division 3B action Saturday.

Derrick Alston's goal with five minutes remaning put JPYO (4-2) on top for good. Before Saturday's game, UYC (5-1) had held all of its opponents scoreless. John Paul Fletcher led the victors with two goals, and Gerard Jones added one.

Men's softball

50-and-over league -- Betty and Jake's Maryland Masters of Pasadena placed second in the Inaugural United States Slow Pitch Softball Association Senior World Series, on Oct. 16-19.

Leading hitters for Betty and Jake's were Gerald Bailey (.712), Glen Bailey (.667) and Billy Steele (.610).

Mike Dove was voted Defensive Player of the Tournament, and Don Buckley, Greyson Ransberg, Jim Price and Gus Cesenaro were named to the all-tournament team.

In four national tournaments during the 1992 campaign, Betty and Jake's (ranked third among the nation's senior league teams) has a record of 20-6.

Other players included player/coach Tony Campagna, George Hadel, John Powell, John Cullen, George Sanders, Donny Good, Bob Pollero and Paul Horvath.

Youth football

115 pounds -- In a lightning-shortened matchup Saturday, Bill Johnson's Fort Meade Cougars trimmed the Andover Apaches, 18-13.

Malwan Johnson (122 yards rushing) and Anthony Peacock gave the Cougars (6-1) a 12-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, as they scored on runs of 50 and 20 yards, respectively.

After the Apaches took a 13-12 halftime lead, Fort Meade recovered a third-period fumble and scored on Johnson's 1-yard run.

Maurice Davis led all Cougars tacklers with four solos and blocked a punt.

* The Bucs dumped the Maryland City Mustangs, 31-18, Saturday in Pasadena.

Kevin Goforth scored on a 60-yard touchdown run for the Mustangs, and Jason Scites and Stephen Diviaio both ran for a touchdown.

Scites also had 90 yards passing, and Marwan Abuelhawa added 60 yards. Phil Mullinix rushed for 30 yards. Kelly Sweigart led all Maryland City tacklers with nine tackles.

* 95 pounds -- Kenny Rhames' two touchdowns helped Maryland City defeat the Buccaneers, 13-0.

Dennis Gore added an extra point, as he, Rhames and Malik Newman rushed for more than 40 yards each. Rhames and Gore also had nine tackles each, and Gyasi Cash and Jacob Robinson recovered a fumble each.

* 75 pounds -- In a 6-6 tie against the Buccaneers, Maryland City running back Justin Diviaio rushed for 100 yards and had 20 yards passing. Ricky Rau scored the Mustangs' touchdown and had seven tackles on defense. Kyle Jensen and Ivan Ross had nine tackles each.

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