Cannonade wins share of title

Recreation roundup

November 12, 1992|By Rich Scherr | Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer

The Columbia Cannonade under-12 girls soccer team claimed a share of the Washington Area Girls Soccer League Division II title by defeating the Fairfax (Va.) Strikers, 2-0, Sunday to remain undefeated.

The shutout was the Strikers' fifth of the season and improved their record to 7-0-2 in the league, 13-1-2 overall.

Kelley Schneider and Casey Finnegan scored second-half goals for Columbia.

* Under-13 -- The Maryland Majestic completed its fall Washington Area Girls Soccer League season last weekend with a 6-0 win over the Springfield Youth Club.

Amanda Berman and Jennifer Connor-Coulson scored two goals each, and Natalie Cox and Melissa Greczy had one apiece. The Majestic finished 10-0 in Division III play.

* After an up-and-down season, the Columbia Magic ended its fall campaign on a good note, defeating the McLean Strikers, 3-1, on two goals from Erin Feeney and another from Sarah Tollick.

* The Western Howard Attack defeated the SWYA Poison, 5-0, Sunday in a Washington Area Girls Soccer League game.

Forwards Katie Madden, Krista Killian and Kate Walker, and halfbacks Karla Killian and Maggie Burk, scored for the Attack.

* Under-10 -- The Columbia Fury won its final Washington Area Girls Soccer League game Sunday, 1-0, against the Arlington (Va.) Dragons. Molly Walker scored the Fury's goal.

* Under-14 -- The Columbia Courage ended its Washington Area Girls Soccer League fall season with a 1-0 win over the Springfield (Va.) Cyclones. Brooke James scored the Courage goal on a penalty kick.

* 12-13 -- In a game that went a long way to determine the Soccer Association of Columbia neighborhood fall champion, Megan Terrill scored on a pass from Cindy Echevarria to give Centennial No. 2 a 1-1 tie with King's Contrivance No. 2.

Centennial No. 2 stands at 6-0-1 with 13 points, one point better than King's Contrivance No. 2 at 5-0-2.

* To submit Howard County recreation information, call (410) 521-0505

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