Westminster C wins Turkey Bowl, 20-6

Recreation roundup

December 01, 1992|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing writer

Westminster's B and C Carroll County Football League teams closed out their seasons Saturday with Turkey Bowl games against teams from Baltimore and Harford counties.

The C squad topped Overlea, 20-6, and the B team lost, 36-0, to Harford County.

Against Overlea, quarterback Collin Angell ran 12 yards for Westminster's first score and hit end Shaun Myrick for the extra point.

Later in the quarter, Angell hit Ryan Bordner for a 47-yard score to make it 13-0.

The Terrors' Clipper Lennon ran 28 yards for a third-quarter score and Angell tossed to Janowitz for the extra point.

Defensive end Brendan McDaniel had a strong effort for Westminster.

Northwest flag football

The Westminster Pit Bulls' season ended Saturday when the Cowboys beat the Bulls, 28-0, in a first round of the state flag football championship tournament.


The Perna Gymnastics Club sent four girls to the Black-Eyed Susan open-optional tournament at Towson State last weekend.

Jennifer Nowe, competing in the 12-14 age group, scored 31.50 in the all around, with 8.8 on the vault, 7.55 on uneven bars, 6.75 on beam, and 8.40 on floor exercises.

Jennifer Groszkowski (15-and-over) scored 31.30 all around, 8.10 on vault, 7.25 on bars, 7.45 on beam, and 8.50 on floor.

Tanya Snyder (15-and-over) scored 33.60 all around, 8.50 on vault, 8.40 on bars, 8.85 on beam, and 7.85 on floor.

Melissa Denhardt (15-and-over) scored 33.05 all around, 8.80 on vault, 6.35 on bars, 9.00 on beam, and 8.90 on floor.

Seven Perna Club boys competed at the Delmarva Gymnastics Club in Salisbury last weekend.

Jonathon Roscoe scored a 22.60 on the all around in the 7-8 age group, level six.

John Royer scored 22.70 all around in the 9-11 age group, level six.

Sean Ruth (9-11, level six) scored 26.10 overall.

Nick Willet was first in parallel bars, vault and pommel horse in the ages 12-14, level five group.

Ed Calwell (15-and-over, level four) scored 23.30 all around and was first in rings (5.00) and floor (4.10).

Scott Clingan (12-14, level four) took four firsts in compiling TC 27.50 score on all around. He was first on high bar (5.30), parallel bars (4.20), vault (5.80), and pommel horse (4.00).

Chris Forman (ages 12-14, level three) scored 28.50 overall with 5.00 on high bar.

The Carroll Gymnastics Center's Carroll Challengers had four girls compete in the Black-Eyed Susan.

Jamie Shlipper (ages 7-8, level five) scored 27.35 in the all around.

Jessica Federicci (ages 9-11, level five) was 28.50 on all around.

Angie Zagami (ages 12-14, level five) scored 29.40 all around.

Tammy Wilson (ages 12-14, level six) was 29.75 all around.


It was a rough holiday weekend for the Carroll County rec teams in the Reisters' Cup and Pikesville tournaments in Baltimore County.

The Freedom Strikers were 2-1 and finished in second in Pikesville's under-14 boys division.

Freedom blanked the Columbia Contact, 4-0, in its opener, lost to eventual champ Parkville, 2-0, and beat the South Carroll Top Guns, 4-0.

Freedom keeper Mike Amoss was outstanding in the nets, allowing only Parkville's two goals in the three games. Sweeper David Fetterhoff was also a stalwart in the Strikers' defense.

The Strikers split four games and were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Reisters' Cup tournament.

The South Carroll Greyhounds were 1-2 in the Pikesville tournament's under-10 boys division -- both 2-1 loses.

Daniel Levin, assisted by Brad Hartzell, put the Greyhounds up, 1-0, in their opener against North Carroll. But North Carroll rallied to tie on a goal by Kevin Sirman, assisted by Steven Eafrati, and won on a late score by Joey Trapani.

Levin had both Greyhounds' goals in their 2-1 final-game win over Towson.

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