Mount Airy eliminates North Carroll

Recreation roundup

November 17, 1992|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer

Mount Airy eliminated North Carroll, 2-0, in the semifinal round in the under-14 Carroll County girls soccer league tournament.

Lindsey Vosloh scored twice for the winners, who play Sacred Heart for the championship 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at Deer Park.

North Carroll edged the Freedom Thunder, 2-1, in a double-overtime shootout Saturday in quarterfinal play.

In regulation, DeLynn Powelson scored for North Carroll and Tracy Schaefer for the Thunder. The winners, who outscored Freedom 3-1 in the shootout, were anchored defensively by keeper Krista Summers.

* Under-14-B: The Westminster Ice crushed Deer Park, 9-1, to win the postseason championship.

Kim Frame, Lauren Henry, and Bridget Geiman each had two goals for the winners and Kate Curtin, Meghen Smith, and Shannon Wynne added one apiece.

The Ice won the regular-season title with a 9-0 mark and blanked South Carroll, 8-0, in its semifinal game.

* Metro girls: Freedom United blanked Lutherville-Timonium, 4-0, to end its regular season at 8-1 and tied for first in the under-12 division with Parkville.

Joanna Remmel scored two goals for Freedom, Jodi Baier and Joan Berarducci each had one, and Brandy Ault added an assist.

* Under-14-A: Westminster won the postseason championship Sunday by topping Mount Airy, 2-1.

Matt Billingslea put Westminster ahead 1-0 with a first-half penalty kick and Brian Tozer broke a 1-1 tie with a goal late in the game.

Westminster had topped the Freedom Flyers, 1-0, in the semifinal on a goal by Danny Carter. Casey Norris assisted on Carter's goal.

* Under-12-B: The Freedom Blazers took a 1-0 halftime lead over Pikesville but couldn't hang on and lost, 4-1, in the championship game. Jeff Shook had the Blazers' only goal. For the winners, Andy Seal, Chris Lurz, Jeff Hagood, and Mike Bowers scored and Greg Sandruck, Robert Koch, and Bowers had assists.

In the semifinal, the Blazers overpowered Deer Park, 7-0. Shook scored three goals.

The Blazers finished second in both regular and postseason play this season after being first in both in 1991.

* Under-10-A: Deer Park topped Freedom, 5-2, to move into next Sunday's championship game.

Daniel Levin and John Hajewski each had two goals and an assist for Deer Park. Matt Oswiecimka added a goal, and Mike McGinnis had one assist.

* Under-10-B: The Freedom Spirit nipped Pikesville, 2-1, to win the postseason title.

The Spirit fell behind early but tied it near halftime on a goal by Denny Kosyjana.

Then, late in the game, David Szymanski passed to Adam Vogg, who booted in the winning goal.

Freedom had qualified for the championships by defeating New Windsor, 1-0, in its semifinal game.

Youth football

* Mountain Valley League: Walkersville ended Mount Airy's 1992 championship hopes by topping the Bulldogs, 12-6, in Sunday's MVL varsity super bowl at Damascus High School.

Mount Airy, which used a devastating ground game the previous weekend to crush Poolesville and move to the finals, was stymied by the Walkersville defense Sunday.

Mount Airy was losing 12-0 in third quarter when running back Mike Cleveland caught a 15-yard scoring pass from quarterback Tommy Sword for its only touchdown.

Lineman Justin Ross sparked Mount Airy on defense with six tackles and a fumble recovery.

* Carroll County Football League: Reisterstown ended its regular season by sweeping three games from Westminster Saturday, taking the A game 36-12, the B contest 25-0, and the C game 27-13.

In losing their final games, Westminster's B and C teams are now forced to win playoff games tonight to qualify for next Saturday's CCFL super bowl at Christmas Tree Park in Manchester.

Westminster's C squad went up 7-0 early in the game on an 11-yard scoring run by Justin Janowitz and Colin Angell's extra point pass to Shawn Myrick.

But Reisterstown pulled quickly ahead and led 20-7 before Clipper Lennon scored Westminster's final touchdown, a 20-yard run in the third quarter.

In the A game, Reisterstown led 30-0 before Westminster scored in the second quarter on a 35-yard pass from quarterback Billy Mays to back Max Million. The two teamed up on a 75-yard pass in the third quarter for the Chiefs' other score.

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