Wildcats win in football

Recreation roundup

November 05, 1992|By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III | Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Contributing Writers

In 115-pound youth football, the Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council Wildcats spoiled the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels' homecoming last week, 39-6.

The Wildcats (7-0-1) scored 33 points in the first half behind the running of backs Rocco Queen and Ricky Graves, who combined for 282 yards and four touchdowns. Running back Everett Anderson had a 40-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.

Defensively, GORC was led by safety Ryan Morse's two interceptions and nose tackle Claude Parker's relentless line play. Anderson was also credited with one interception.

GORC will finish the regular season on the road Saturday at Fort Meade. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:30 p.m.

* Maryland City absorbed a 25-6 loss to Brooklyn Park in Saturday evening's homecoming contest, as Stephen Diviaio scored the Mustangs' lone touchdown.

Phil Mullinix earned the offensive Most Valuable Player award, rushing for 70 yards. On defense, Tony Hittafer had four sacks and defensive MVP Eric Garner had two. Kelly Sweigart posted a team-high seven tackles.

* David Williams' 25-yard touchdown pass to Ronald Parker was the highlight of Severn's 12-6 loss to the Peninsula Athletic League in B League action Saturday.

The 1-7 Savages drove down to the PAL 5-yard line, but did not score. Severn will travel to Cape St. Claire on Saturday for a 1 p.m. meeting.

* 95 pounds -- Chuck Morse's GORC Wildcats improved their record to 8-0 Saturday with a 25-0 win over the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels (2-6).

GORC took a 13-0 lead in the first quarter after an 8-yard run by Kris Lundborg and a 16-yard run by Terrence Dorsey.

Dorsey, who finished with 113 yards on five carries, scored his second touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 70-yard run. Justin Golliday, who had 42 yards on three carries, completed the scoring for the Wildcats when he ran in from 13 yards in the second quarter.

Matt Trobbett and Hank Hanburger were cited for their offensive line play, and Josh Liston, Jay King and Roy Norris drew praise on defense.

* Despite muddy conditions, the Severn Savages' running game was close to unstoppable in their 20-6 victory over host Andover on Friday night.

Darryl Johnson's first-quarter 10-yard run was set up by Kirk Barrett's 50-yard run. Barrett then scored the extra point. In the second quarter, Darryl Sinclair had a 45-yard touchdown run, breaking numerous tackles along the way. Darren Johnson rushed for the extra point.

Barrett then finished Severn's scoring on a 15-yard run, as the Savages finished with nearly 300 yards rushing.

Assistant coach Dennis Williams credited the blocking of Darren Pack, Aaron Scott, Chris Perozzi, Cody Tober, Greg Holman, Dale Clark and Demaris Glover, plus running backs Barrett, Darren Johnson and Lamar Parrish.

Defensive standouts included Barrett, Sylvester George, Glover, Tracy Parks and Chris Wipple.

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