The North Carroll B team closed its Carroll County...

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November 19, 1992|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer

The North Carroll B team closed its Carroll County Football League season on a winning note Saturday by topping Arbutus, 12-6.

Greg Bair scored on a 45-yard end-around in the second quarter to put the Panthers up 6-0, and Steve Suter made it 12-0 when he tallied on a 30-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

Arbutus threw a scare into North Carroll when it scored on the subsequent kickoff and then recovered an onside kick. But the North Carroll defense held at its 45, regaining the ball on downs.

County football playoffs

The stage is set for Saturday's Carroll County Football League super bowl at Manchester's Christmas Tree Park after two playoff games Tuesday night.

Sykesville has teams in all three games, facing one Carroll and two Baltimore County opponents.

The Westminster Lions B team clinched a spot by topping Reisterstown, 12-0, at the park.

Reisterstown had beaten Westminster, 25-0, in Saturday's final regular-season game to tie it for first in Division I.

Westminster meets Sykesville on Saturday in the 1 p.m. B game.

Westminster's Green Terrors C team, though, wasn't as lucky.

The Terrors were locked in a year-end tie for first with Arbutus. But they lost a five-overtime 12-6 playoff game to the Baltimore County team at Hannah Moore Academy in Reisterstown.

Regulation ended 0-0. Clipper Lennon scored on a 10-yard reverse to put Westminster up 6-0 in the first overtime, but Arbutus tied it and won four overtime periods later.

Arbutus plays Sykesville in the bowl's C game opener at 11 a.m.

The A game, scheduled for 3 p.m., pits Sykesville against Arbutus.

North Carroll soccer

* Under-10: Regular-season champ Dr. Kenney's took the under-10 division postseason crown Saturday by slipping past Lamotte Development, 2-1. Josh Miller and Eric Pannell tallied for Kenney's, and Travis Eslinger scored for Lamotte.

* Under-12: Bachman Valley Inn edged Westminster Bank and Trust, 2-1, in overtime in the under-12 title game.

* Under-14: Dean's Restaurant topped Towne Pride, 4-1, in the under-14 championship contest.

Josh Potts had two goals for Dean's, and Brian Osbourne and Josh Bowie had one each.

Sandymount soccer

* Under-8: Matt Balsamo's three goals paced the Power Kickers to a 3-2 win over the Thunderbirds. Kevin Collins and Bradley Yount scored for the Thunderbirds.

* The Masters edged the Jazz, 3-2, behind goals by Charles Simpson, Jacob Zentz and David Ledford. Evan Heinkenburger and Chad Little scored for the Jazz.

* The Eagles defeated the Stingers, 8-3, behind five goals by Ricky Fencil, two by Bryan Johnson and one from Matt Baker.

* Under-11: Goals by Amanda Carter and Jeff Chaney paced the Blast to a 2-1 win over the White Tigers.

* Stealth nipped the Strikers, 2-1, behind goals from Bucky Nilson and John Zentz.

* The Royals topped the O's, 2-1. Danny Schaeffer scored for the O's.

* The Red Hot Chili Peppers stayed in first place by grounding the Rockets, 3-0.

* Under-14: The Blue Angels completed an undefeated season by beating Red, 4-0. Will Woolford scored twice for the 9-0-1 Angels, and Todd Cheney and John Muse had one goal each.

* Gold topped the Stars, 5-1, behind two goals each from Shawn Miller and Mike Merker and one from Bobby Henshaw.

Freedom Optimist Soccer

* Under-12 girls: Hutchinson's Flowers closed out a championship season with a 2-1 win over Eldersburg Paint. The 7-1-1 division winners got goals from Bethany Jelinek and Erin Kiessling.

* Totally Cool wrested second place from Sons of Italy with a 3-1 win. Casey Sanders had a goal and assist for Totally Cool, Christine Michael and Karrie Earp added goals, and Christina and Kimberly Higgs both had assists.

* Cynthia Gorman scored twice and Kristen Petruccelli once to lead Platt Insurance to a 3-1 win over Kurt Linkoff.

* Under-12 boys playoffs: Tommy Warner scored three goals and Steven Skiratko added two, as Prudential Insurance topped McDonald's, 6-2. Andrew Carr added a goal for Prudential, and center halfback Jessie Stank provided support. Lee Pollock scored McDonald's goals.

* Sykesville Video beat J. J. Fiorani, 3-0, behind two goals by Chris Cavey and one by Andy Dolan.

* Robby Kessler scored the tie-breaking goal in the fourth quarter, as Marty's Oriole Mart slipped past Vince's Pizza, 2-1. Nick Swartout also tallied for the winners, and Erik Fischer scored for Vince's.

* Mike Powers scored twice and Matt Siebold once, as Dr. Passarillo's defeated Ace Hardware, 3-0.

Passarillo's, though, was eliminated from the playoffs when Little Vinnie's beat it, 3-1. Amir Khaksari scored two goals for Vinnie's, and Kris Gooding had one. Mike Powers had Passarillo's goal.

* Shannon-Baum beat Marty's Oriole Mart, 3-0, behind goals by Matt Easterday, Josh Pescetto and Andrew Gordon.

* Under-14 boys playoffs: Regular-season champion E. W. Beck took a big step toward the postseason title Saturday when it edged Carroll County Sports Medicine, 2-1, in a semifinal game.

* Pap Pap's tied Westminster Bank and Trust, 1-1. Brian Burnett scored for Pap Pap's and Jamie Herin for Westminster Bank.

* Under-17 coed: A team comprising players from Columbia Blue and Pepto Pink topped the Lime Green/Kelly Green combined team, 3-0, in the year-end marathon game.

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