St. Jane '82 boys capture soccer title

Recreation roundup

November 17, 1992|By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III | Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Contributing Writers

The St. Jane Devils 1982 boys soccer team clinched the Maroon Division of the Cape St. Claire Tournament Sunday with a scoreless tie against Severna Park. The Devils will take on Crofton Saturday in the championship game.

Goalie Jamie Knisley made 10 saves.

The Devils captured the AAYSL Division 2A title Saturday with a 2-0 win over Davidsonville. Brian Giles and Brian Smith scored for St. Jane. Chris Crocetti, Tom Kish, Mike McCauley, Mike Rosenthal and Mike Adams anchored the defense.

The Devils also played their first game of the North County Tournament last week and defeated GORC, 9-1.

Giles had a hat trick for St. Jane, and Smith and Matt Wanner scored two goals each. Doug Murphy Jr. and Matt Naylor had one goal apiece. Rosenthal, Jason Ragolio, Andy Sleight, David Yesker and Joe White had assists.

* 1980 boys: The Crofton Blast ended its season with one of its best all-around efforts, beating Mountain Road Spirit, 2-0, Saturday at Crofton Middle School.

In its first season in the six-team Division I, the Blast (4-2-4) finished in a tie for second place with Spirit (5-3-2), not far behind champion St. Jane (6-2-2).

Brian Ridgeway scored in the first half, with assists from Matt Hunter and Jim Courtney.

Greg Wojtech scored midway through the second half after a scramble in front of the goal, as Courtney got another assist. Led by fullbacks Joe Felsentreger, Jacob Godboldte and Sean Rosekrans, the Blast defense kept the Spirit from scoring.

* The Harundale Hawks won three games over the weekend -- two in the Cape St. Claire Tournament and one in AAYSL Division II.

Friday night, the Hawks defeated St. Jane, 3-1, in quarterfinals of the Cape St. Claire Tournament. Stuart Schmidt scored all three goals and Curtis Seibert had an assist. Harundale keeper Andy Messmore made six saves.

In league action Saturday, the Hawks defeated Greater Glen Burnie, 2-0, in the final regular-season game for both teams. Schmidt and Seibert scored, and Messmore had five saves. Tim Vogt was cited for exceptional play at midfield.

Harundale advanced to the final of the Cape St. Claire Tournament with a 4-2 win Sunday over Greater Glen Burnie.

Dave Norfolk had two goals for the Hawks and Schmidt and Seibert had one each. Siebert, Schmidt and David Rountree had assists, and Messmore made seven saves.

The Hawks will play the Severn Athletic Club in the tournament final at 1:40 p.m. Saturday at Grau Field.

Youth football

* 140 pounds: Quarterback Mike Evans threw two touchdown passes to Brad Emge and safety Mike O'Malley had two final-period interceptions, as the defending champion Pasadena Chargers (7-2) eliminated the Brooklyn Park Broncos (5-4), 14-6, in the county playoffs at Lake Waterford Park Saturday.

Evans hit Emge for a 60-yard touchdown in the second period and a 16-yard touchdown in the third period. Chad Duncan made one of two two-point kicks, and the Chargers had a 14-0 lead before the Broncos scored in the last period on a 7-yard pass from Todd Dillow to Chris Mangum but missed the conversion kick.

Also sparkling on defense for the Chargers was linebacker Dan Harrison, who had several jarring hits, and defensive linemen Brian Kingsbury and Damian Halstad.

The Chargers meet top seed Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council (9-0) in the semifinals Saturday.

* The GORC Wildcats (9-0) beat the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels (5-3), 30-0, last week.

Damon Scott opened the scoring in the second quarter when he ran in from 3 yards after a 30-yard pass from quarterback Kevin Hayden to James Dillard.

Hayden hit Jack Rexrode for a 40-yard touchdown in the third quarter for a 12-0 lead. Rexrode made it 14-0 when he kicked the two-point conversion.

Scott scored again from 3 yards in the third quarter for a 22-0 lead, and Rexrode caught another 40-yard touchdown pass from Hayden in the fourth quarter.

The offensive line play of Glenn Vladich, Andrew Garland, Kevin Griffith and Bob Ashton created huge holes for running backs Scott, Sean Taylor and Ben Beatty.

The Wildcats defense was paced by four solo tackles each from Griffith, Taylor and Luke Coleman.

* 115 pounds: GORC (8-1-1) moved one step closer to a county championship Saturday with a 20-6 victory over the East Glen Burnie Athletic Club.

Ricky Graves' 40-yard run set up a 17-yard touchdown run by Rocco Queen in the first quarter. Graves, who gained 102 yards on 12 carries, added a 26-yard touchdown in the third quarter to give the Wildcats a 12-6 lead.

GORC quarterback Kenny Hayden scored on a 1-yard sneak in the fourth quarter, and Joe Schramm added the two-point kick for the game's final margin.

* The Fort Meade Cougars avenged a 20-9 homecoming loss to Pasadena (7-2) last weekend by defeating the Chargers, 28-0, in the first round of the county playoffs.

Jackson Barrosa hit Toland Anderson with a 15-yard pass to set up a 5-yard touchdown pass from Barrosa to Steven Pipal. Malwan Johnson ran down 65 yards the sidelines for a touchdown in the second quarter.

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