Girls, boys run in Raider Meet

Recreation roundup

October 29, 1992|By Rich Scherr | Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer

Area youths from first grade through eighth competed last weekend in the Raider Meet of the Bureau of Recreation's 1992 Grade School Cross Country Series.

More than 40 participants took part in the grade-divided race, which had distances of a mile (grades 1 and 2), 1.5 miles (grades 3-5) and two miles (grades 6-8).

Girls winners included Christina Crowley (grade 1), Kelly Hilliard (grade 2), Kelly Edwards (grade 3), Jamie Hilliard (grade 4), Caillin Marshall (grade 5), Erin Pryor (grade 6) and Jill Rupprecht (grade 8).

Boys winners included Joshua Walters (grade 2), Kyle Theil (grade 3), Wesley Lipple (grade 4), James Deane Jr. (grade 5), Evan Hurd (grade 6), Matt Morrison (grade 7) and Alex Buell (grade 8).

Girls soccer

Under-15: The Columbia Spirit travel team defeated the Prince William Pizzazz, 6-2, in a Washington Area Girls Soccer League Division I game. Michelle Clare led Columbia with two goals.* Under-12: The Columbia Connection classic team lost, 3-0, to White Marsh on Tuesday, knocking it out of the Baltimore Metro Classic double-elimination tournament.

Last weekend, Columbia defeated Our Lady Queen of Peace, 5-0. In Washington Area Girls Soccer League play, the Connection and Little River Rampage tied, 1-1. Muller scored for Columbia.

* The Columbia Cannonade premier team remains undefeated and tied for first in the Washington Area Girls Soccer League Division II after a scoreless tie with the Springfield (Va.) Storm. Despite no scoring, Columbia outshot Springfield, 19-0.

The Cannonade is 5-0-2, and in a first-place tie with Springfield.

* 12-13: With a 1-0 win over Hickory Ridge, Centennial No. 1 stayed in first place in the Soccer Association of Columbia girls neighborhood league. Megan Terrill scored the game's only goal, as Centennial No. 1 (5-0, 10 points) held on to a one-point lead over King's Contrivance No. 2, 4-0-1 (nine points), which defeated Wilde Choice No. 2, 3-0, on Lindsay Bory's hat trick.

* Oakland Mills moved into a tie for third with Hickory Ridge after a 3-0 win over King's Contrivance No. 1. Oakland Mills (3-1-1, seven points) got goals from Kelly Braukus, Amanda Downs and Jane Reid.

* 10: The Centennial Blasters (5-1) lost its first game after 13 consecutive wins Saturday in Soccer Association of Columbia league play.

Maggie Via scored the Blasters' only goal in a 4-1 loss to King's Contrivance.

In SAC/MSI tournament play, the Blasters placed third after four games against 11-12 teams from Montgomery County and Columbia. Centennial tied King's Contrivance, 1-1, defeated the Lavender Lions, 2-0, lost, 3-0, to the Strikers and lost, 6-0, to the Crushers.

Boys soccer

12-13: First-place Hickory Ridge and second-place Centennial No. 2 scored wins last weekend to stay atop the Soccer Association of Columbia boys B2 Division.

Hickory Ridge got its goal from Mike Zaron in a 1-0 victory over Centennial No. 1. Hickory Ridge (4-1-1, nine points) remains a point ahead of Centennial No. 2 (4-2, eight points), which defeated Wilde Choice, 4-1. Mike Drnek led Centennial with two goals.

* Little River (2-4, four points) defeated King's Contrivance (0-4-1, one point), 4-0, on three goals from Chris Smith.

* In the A Division, Hickory Ridge (4-1, eight points) moved into a first-place tie with idle King's Contrivance No. 2 by defeating Centennial No. 2, 5-0.

* King's Contrivance No. 1 and Centennial No. 1 played to a 1-1 tie. Brandon Murphy scored for King's Contrivance, and Brian Picker scored for Centennial.

* In the B1 division, first-place Oakland Mills (5-0, 10 points) won, 3-0, against Owen Brown. Adam Santry scored twice.

* Hickory Ridge and Centennial tied, 1-1, in the division's other game. Brian Thompson scored for Hickory Ridge, and Jeff Olenick scored for Centennial.

Football

9-11: The Howard County Trojans beat West Baltimore, 21-0, Saturday to advance to the second round of the Pop Warner playoffs. Kye Snell paced the Trojans attack with two touchdown runs.

* 10-12: The Howard County Trojans opened the first round of the Pop Warner playoffs with a 45-0 victory over Banneker. Running back Quentin Milroe returned the opening kickoff 65 yards for a touchdown and scored on a 42-yard interception.

* 11-13: The Howard County Trojans lost their first-round playoff game to the Columbia Bulldogs, 28-0, Saturday.

To submit Howard County recreation information to Rich Scherr, call (410) 521-0505.

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