Bulldogs advance to Pop Warner finals

Recreation roundup

November 03, 1992|By Rich Scherr | Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer

Two Columbia Football Association teams advanced to this weekend's finals of the Maryland Pop Warner championships with wins Saturday at Cedar Lane Park.

* 9-11 -- The Columbia Bulldogs disposed of the Woodlawn Falcons, 13-0, Saturday to advance to the Maryland state championship game Saturday against the Hanlon Park 49ers.

Running back Myron Jones and quarterback Wade Zancan led the Bulldogs offense, with middle-line backer Kyle Chiaverini heading up the defense.

* 11-13 -- The Columbia Bulldogs (7-0-1) posted a 16-6 win over the Highlandtown Salvation Army Boys' Club to advance to Saturday's final against defending national champion Northwood.

Running back Fardan Carter accounted for all of the Bulldogs' points, scoring on a 65-yard punt return, a 35-yard pass from Casey Moffette and kicking a pair of two-point conversions.

* 8-10 -- In the Pop Warner Western Conference championship game Saturday, the Columbia Bulldogs lost to the Woodlawn Falcons, 12-6.

Columbia scored its only touchdown as a reception by Ray Wolfrey set up a Jeff Carlin quarterback sneak.

Woodlawn will meet Northwood for the championship Saturday at Cedar Lane Park.

* 10-12 -- Columbia dropped a 31-0 decision to the Northwood Rams.

The Bulldogs were led by fullback Jeremy Lignelli, quarterback Zach Willingham and running back Theus Johnson.

Girls Soccer

Under-15 -- The Columbia Spirit travel team moved into a first-place tie in the Washington Area Division I last weekend with a 5-0 victory over the Braddock Road Comets.

Abby Bausmann led the way with three goals, and Jessa Phoebus and Michelle Clare added one apiece.

Kepper Mandy Robins recorded the shutout, with support coming from sweeper Julie Kickham and fullbacks Meaghan Giorno and Jackie Jamaris.

* Under-12 -- The Columbia Cannonade premier team remained undefeated in the Washington Area Girls Soccer League Sunday with a 5-0 win over the host Alexandria Cheetahs.

Five different players scored to pace a balanced attack for the Cannonade, which outshot Alexandria, 25-0. Winning goalie Tonya Dedmond fielded the ball only once during the game.

Monica Serriani started off the scoring just four minutes into the game, and was followed by Alexia Vogler 10 minutes later and Casey Finnegan, with just one second left in the half.

Amanda Johnson and Kelley Scheinder each scored second-half goals for the final margin.

Defensively, the fullback line of Stacie Tokazs, Brooke Barcheski and Michelle Veach never allowed the Cheetahs to enter their zone.

* Under-12 -- The Columbia Connection played to a scoreless tie with the McLean Mustangs in Washington Area Girls Soccer League action last weekend.

Connection striker Mary Muller and midfielder Natalie Houck played well, offensively, while Cindy Dagley and Emily Timm provided solid defense.

* 11 -- Three shutouts highlighted the action last weekend in the Soccer Association of Columbia.

Led by Jenny Jones' hat trick, King's Contrivance No. 1 upended Wilde Choice, 7-0. Erin Davis, Megan Hartman, Johnna Fellows and Dana Lowry also scored for the victors.

Centennial No. 2 defeated Centennial No. 1, 4-0, on goals from Paige Heller, Kristen Lucido, Kristina Kaitreider and Tami Slater.

In the other game, Megan Machesi and Kelly Workman scored to lead King's Contrivance No. 2 past Hickory Ridge, 2-0.

Boys Soccer

* 11 -- Centennial's Eric Nichols put on a clinic last weekend in the Soccer Association of Columbia, scoring five goals to lead Centennial No. 2 to a 6-0 win over Hickory Ridge.

In the division's other game, Centennial No. 1 and King's Contrivance played to a 1-1 tie. Charles Lin and Tayseer Chowdhry each scored

goals.

Action in the B Division saw Centennial No. 1 shut out Hickory Ridge, 3-0, on a pair of goals from Abe Schumaker and another from Kevin Ebert.

Wilde Choice was also the benefactor of a shutout, blanking Centennial No. 2, 1-0. Michael Hefner scored the game's only goal.

* Under 13 -- With a 2-0 win over the McLean (Va.) Phoenix, the Columbia Contact wrapped up second place in Division III of the National Capital Soccer League, earning a promotion to Division II for next season.The Contact finished the season with a 6-2-1 record.

Men's basketball

Regular-season play concluded last weekend in the Bureau of Recreation's Fall Basketball League.

The final standings showed the Skins (6-2) leading in Division I, with Frank's Bail Bonds (5-3), K.A.O.S. (5-3), Celtics-Not (4-4) and Bode Floors (4-4) trailing.

Crazy Eights and Wilts stood atop Division II, rach at 6-2, followed by The Itch (5-3), No Attitude (4-4), the Untouchables (3-5) and Fitness Formula, Inc. (0-8).

Playoffs for both divisions begin Sunday at Centennial High School, with the championships scheduled for Nov. 22.

Volleyball

The race for supremacy is over in the Bureau of Recreation's Co-Rec Volleyball League. Champions from the A, B and C Divisions were crowned Sunday at Centennial.

In the A Division, the Avalon Warriors claimed the crown with a 15-3, 15-3 win over the Jackalopes. Elkridge Bakers' Revenge took the measure of the Flesheaters in the B Division, winning, 5-15, 17-15, 15-7. In the C Division, Foul Play pulled out a 4-15, 15-12, 15-12 win over the Sunday Spikers.

* The Howard County recreation roundup is compiled by Rich Scherr. It appears Tuesdays and Thursdays. To submit information, call (410) 521-0505

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