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November 12, 1992|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer

Special Olympians showcase skills

Ten Carroll County youngsters made their mark in the Special Olympics soccer skills tournament Oct. 31 at Mount St. Mary's College.

The competitions included dribbling, passing, goal-shooting and throw-ins, and the youngsters were divided into heats according to age and skill level.

From the Carroll County Education Center, Tori Eshelman was first in her heat, Melissa Miller, Ryan Gill, Jennifer Doyle and Greg Allen were second; Bill Moser was third; Marcus Taylor was fifth; and Ray Clark was eighth.

Nicki Nalesnik of West Middle School was first in her heat, and Adam Dunn of Mount Airy Middle was third in his.

South Carroll softball

Holman and Holman won four of five championship tournament games Sunday to take the South Carroll Athletic Association's fall league title at Oklahoma Park in Eldersburg.

The winners clinched it with a 21-hit attack in the championship game, topping MIE Development, 17-4. MIE had forced the final game by topping Holman, 13-10.

MIE stayed close in the finale for a while, but Holman, composed primarily of players who live in the South Carroll area, scored nine runs in its final two batting turns to -- MIE's hopes.

Westminster soccer

* Under-12 championships: The Kickers coasted to the regular-season title, but had to struggle to beat the Royals, 2-1, in Saturday's postseason title game.

Adrian Deveny scored the Kickers' two goals, and Dean Knight had

an assist. Keeper Jonathan Waller had an excellent game for the winners.

Freedom Optimist soccer

* Under-12 girls: Totally Cool and Hutchinson Flowers played to a 1-1 tie. Casey Sanders scored for Totally Cool and Erin Kiessling, assisted by Addie Wheeler, tallied for Hutchinson's.

* Sons of Italy beat Kurt Linkoff, 4-2, as Amy Williams and Katie Gardner paced the winners with two goals apiece.

* Shannon Knight and Christine Suther scored goals and Kara Choy and Ashley Hall provided shutout goaltending, as Eldersburg Paint beat Platt Insurance, 2-0.

* Under-12 boys: Little Vinnie's clinched the regular-season title with a 3-1 win over Marty's Oriole Mart. Joey Kaniecki, Chris Gooding and Steve Miller scored for Vinnie's (7-1), and Nick Swartout tallied for Marty's.

* Prudential Insurance topped Dr. Passarello, 4-1, behind two goals by Andrew Carr and one each from Mike Fedder and Tommy Warner. Matt Sievold had Passarello's goal.

* J. J. Fiorani, paced by Tim Eagle's two goals, edged Ace Hardware, 2-1. Sean Hollar scored for Ace.

* Shannon-Baum beat McDonald's, 2-0, behind goals by Jeremy Stritzinger and Jeff Friedland.

* Sykesville Video defeated Vince's Pizza, 2-0. Andy Dolan and Chris Cavey had goals and fullback Owen McFadden turned in a strong defensive effort for Sykesville Video.

* Under-14 boys (playoffs): Carroll County Sports Medicine nipped Westminster Bank and Trust, 2-1. Drew Tolson and Chris Evans, assisted by Doug Richmond, provided the winner's goals, and Joe Poole scored for Westminster Bank.

* Brian Burnett had three goals and an assist to power Pap Pap's Pizza to a 4-1 win over E. W. Beck. Josh Brandt added a score. Cavan Roy had Beck's goal.

Carroll County football

Westminster swept three games from North Carroll, taking the A game, 25-0, the B contest, 13-7, and the C game, 12-0.

In the A game, Billy Mays scored on a 10-yard run for Westminster, Casey Davis on a 20-yard scamper, Brandon Chase on a 20-yard scoring pass from Davis and Max Million on a 5-yard run.

Westminster pulled to a 13-0 B game lead and held off North Carroll.

Desmond Esteves and Adam Tull scored on 20-yard runs and Chad Hayes passed to Esteves for a point-after for Westminster's scoring.

Steve Suter scored the Panthers' only touchdown on a 40-yard fourth-quarter --, and Eric Etzel ran in the extra point.

Westminster used the same play to score two touchdowns in the C game.

On both scores, quarterback Colin Angell passed to flanker Rafe Bridges, who handed off to Brendan McDaniel, who, in both instances, ran for the score.

County girls soccer

* Under-14B: The Westminster Ice prepared for the league's postseason playoffs by crushing Sacred Heart, 14-1.

Kim Frame scored six goals, Kate Curtin four, Meghan Smith three and Sara Meadows one.

The Ice won the divisional regular season with a 9-0 record.


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