Columbia Spirit under-15 girls fall short in Raleigh tournament

Recreation roundup

December 10, 1992|By Rich Scherr | Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer

The Columbia Spirit girls under-15 soccer team had two eas victories before suffering a heart-breaking, 1-0 loss last weekend in the third round of the prestigious Raleigh (N.C.) Shootout tournament.

After beating the Atlanta Tophatters, 6-0, and the Prince William Pizzazz, 10-0, the Spirit dominated the host Raleigh Spartans before giving up the game-winning goal with five minutes to go.

Columbia's offense, led by Katie Douglas, was unable to convert on numerous scoring opportunities, and the defense, led by Allison Schuck and Jackie Jamaris, held Raleigh in check for most of the game.

In earlier games, however, the Spirit had no trouble scoring goals. Wesley Daughters and Abby Bausman each scored twice, and Michelle Clare and Julie Kickham added a goal apiece in Columbia's opening-game win over Atlanta.

Then the team scored five times in the first 18 minutes on its way to routing Prince William.

Clare and Bausman scored twice, and Lauren Molinaro, Kickham, Ashley Decker, Shannon Otto, Jackie Jamaris and Meg Giorno added one apiece.

Men's basketball

Lobos No. 2 defeated Lobos No. 1, 60-53, Tuesday to win the Department of Recreation and Parks' Men's Fall Basketball XTC League Tuesday Night Division.

Lobos No. 2 finished the regular season in second place, and No. 1 took fifth.

Gymnastics

Yael Sollins and Gina Califano won all-around titles in their respective levels in leading the Top Flight Gymnastics Club to a strong showing in last weekend's Harford Holiday Meet.

Sollins, a Level 7 Compulsory gymnast, placed first on the balance beam (8.45), second on the uneven bars (9.0), fourth in the floor exercise (8.25) and sixth on the vault (8.95) for a 34.65 in the all-around.

Califano, competing in Level 8 Optional, won the bars (8.25) and beam (8.65), took third in the floor (8.8) and fourth in the vault (8.55) for an all-around mark of 34.25.

Two other gymnasts from the club also scored high marks.

Level 7 Compulsory competitor Shauna Swem took third in the all-around with a 32.9 and finished second in the vault and the floor. Kierney Hitshew, in Level 8 Optional, placed fourth in the all-around with a 32.6, with a second-place showing on the bars.

* The Columbia Gymnastics Club also competed in the Harford Holiday Meet.

Among gymnasts moving through compulsory levels, Alyson Riccardi and Heather Smith had the best showings. Riccardi scored a 34.2 in the all-around to win her third straight meet, and Smith scored a 32.2 in the all-around to finish fourth.

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