Mountain Road Power wins 1983 Division I

Recreation roundup

November 19, 1992|By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III | Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Contributing Writers

The Mountain Road Soccer Association Power (6-0-3) completed an impressive season last week by defeating the Harundale Heat, 1-0, to capture the 1983 Division I county boys soccer championship.

The only score came in the third quarter on a cross from Alex Watts to Jonathan Phillip. David Chapman, Brad Lines, Meguel Toimas and Chris Watson provided constant pressure on the Harundale goal, and halfbacks Nicole Conrad, Mike Jungerheld and C. J. Rathell controlled the middle of the field.

Fullbacks Eddie Baum, Justin Cameron, Jeremy Coley, Marc Pitonoz and Dan Clemson played strong defense in helping Steve Abey and Alex Bitzer earn their fifth shutout of the season.

* 10-and-under girls -- Vickie Yiannoulou booted in Cape St. Claire's first two goals of the season to lead the Cougars to a 2-1 win over GARCI in a Division III matchup Saturday.

Minka Early assisted Yiannoulou on the game-winner, which gave Cape a 1-6-3 record. Nianique Early and Jessica Pasterak contributed to a strong defensive effort.

Later in the day, the Cougars suffered a 3-0 loss to the Millersville Soccer Association. Standouts were strikers Lisa Johnson and Sundee Cogar, midfielders Katie Johnson, Kristin Marshall and Erin McClain and fullback Sarah Grap.

Two days earlier, Cape lost, 2-0, to Mountain Road Soccer in a game played in heavy rains and driving winds.

Leading performers included striker Kate Preston, midfielders Katie Johnson, Kristin Marshall and Shelley Peavey, fullbacks Brynn Posson and Meghan Curley and sweeper Erin Posson.

The Cougars face the Severn Athletic Club Dolphins in the Cape St. Claire Tournament at 6 tonight at Broadneck Park.

* 9-year-old girls -- The Jessup-Province Youth Organization Wildthings nipped the Annapolis Soccer Club, 1-0, as Amanda Urchin was credited with a goal that bounced off an opposing player.

Strong individual efforts were turned in by JPYO's Lindsay Harris, Jaime Rosencrance, Kate Grant and goalie Amanda Roberts (five saves).

The Wildthings finished their season 3-3-4.

* 8-year-old boys -- The JPYO Hurricanes staved off Edgewater, 2-1, in a county league game Saturday. Hurricanes goalie Josh Ducey made several key saves.

Youth football

* 95 pounds -- The Severn Savages (9-2) advanced to Saturday's North Conference final with a 13-12 triumph over Andover last Saturday.

Kirk Barrett scored the Savages' first touchdown on a 35-yard run.

Barrett ran in for the one-point conversion. Chris Perozzi scored the second touchdown on a 40-yard end-around.

After taking a 13-0 lead, the Apaches (8-3) rallied and had a chance to send the game into overtime with 1:24 left in regulation.

Andover attempted to score up the middle, but Barrett, Sylvester George and Chris Whipple made the stop to assure the victory.

Severn safety Dennis Williams intercepted a pass earlier in the game.

The Savages will visit the Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council (11-0) on Saturday.

* 115 pounds -- Despite a 3-7 record, Severn beat the Peninsula Athletic League Hawks, 14-0, to advance to the Nov. 27 "B" championship game against Severna Park.

Ronald Parker and Chris Herman each scored a touchdown, and Herman and David Williams converted an extra point each.

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