Sting captures Reisters Cup

Recreation roundup

December 22, 1992|By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III | Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Contributing Writers

The Severna Park Sting under-12 boys soccer team captured first place in the Reisters Cup Invitational Tournament last week in Reisterstown, winning six straight games and allowing one goal.

Goalies Jon Parisi, Tim Smith and Reb Beatty combined for five shutouts in the tournament with the strong defensive support from Reid Shakley, Bernie Edwards, Jay Cline, John Logan and Greg Wotech.

The Sting cruised to a 6-1 victory over Rosedale in its first game. Billy Mooney scored twice and Jon Shedlosky, Adam Young, Sean McGarry and Gonzola Paraja once each. Parisi and Smith shared time in goal.

Severna Park picked up its second win of the tournament by shutting out Carroll Manor, 2-0.

Young scored first, assisted by Cline, who later set up Brett Johnson. Parisi and Smith were in goal.

The Sting blanked the Freedom Blazer, 5-0, in its third game. Shedlosky scored two goals, assisted by Mooney and Wotech. Paraja, Young and Parisi had one goal each.

The Sting advanced to the championship game by defeating the Severna Park Flyers, 6-0.

Mooney paced the Sting with a hat trick, and Wotech, Johnson and Bernie Edwards scored a goal apiece.

In the title game, Young and Mooney scored in another 2-0 win over Carroll Manor.

In Myer's Friday Night Indoor League, the Sting defeated Our Lady Queen of Peace, 20-0.

* 19-and-under girls -- Severna Park Alliance finished the Raleigh (N.C.) Shootout with a 2-1 record, second in a four-team bracket.

In its first game of the tournament, the Alliance upended the North Carolina 19-and-under state champion Shamrock Rovers, 3-2. Severna Park overcame a 2-1 halftime deficit, as Mo McDonough led all scorers with two goals. Michelle Salmon added a goal, and Christina Coroneus had an assist.

Erin Hon made six saves before leaving the game with a slight concussion. Kristin Wilson came on in relief and had nine saves.

In the second game, Reston United beat the Alliance, 5-1. The defending Virginia State Cup titlist led 3-0 at the half. Shelley Seivert scored Severna Park's goal.

The Alliance blanked Harford United 4-0, as Seivert, Melissa Goebel, Shannon Davis and Stephanie Roberts scored in the first 25 minutes of the second half.

In its first under-19 Myer's Pavilion Indoor League game, Severna Park downed Benny and the Jets, 8-2.

County basketball

The Severna Park Green Hornets A and B 8-10 boys teams won in the opening round of last weekend's Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council Tournament.

Severna Park's A team (3-0) advanced in GORC's A Tournament by defeating Charlottesville, Va., 34-14.

Josh Hill scored 10 points and Derek Dixon added eight.

Meanwhile, the Green Hornets B team (2-1) advanced in its division by overwhelming Crofton, 40-3.

Gill Goodrich scored a team-high 10 points, and Deon Gough added eight.

Navy swimming

The Naval Academy Junior Swim Club recently competed in && the the Joppatowne Recreation Council-sponsored Hurricane Harvest Festival at Magnolia Middle School in Harford County.

In the girls 9-10 age group, Heather Young won the 50-meter breaststroke (41.00) and the 100 breaststroke (1:31.26). Danny Pfarr won the 50 freestyle among the 13-14 boys, and Eric James won the 100 butterfly (1:07.14) and 500 freestyle (5:35.92).

In 13-14 girls, Serela Mansure was first in the 200 backstroke (2:36.76), and Alison Calcaterra won the 50 freestyle (28.20) and 200 freestyle (2:12.03).

Chris Hussey, competing in the boys open division, finished first inthe 500 freestyle (5:19.15) and 200 butterfly (2:30.13).

In the 15-18 boys group, Jason Golaboski was first in the 200 backstroke (2:16.06) and 200 butterfly (2:16.48). David Brizzie was a triple winner -- in the 200 freestyle (2:02.37), 100 backstroke (1:06.21) and 200 breaststroke (2:37.16).

Scott Stevens won the 200 intermediate medley (2:18.77).

Navy's team won 21 of the individual events at the Seahawk Sprints last month at McDonogh.

Winning in the 9-10 age group were Nicholas Garcia (boys 100 freestyle, 1:17.20), Lindsay Mathwick (girls 100 breaststroke, 1:41.95) and Justin Hall (boys individual medley, 1:26.87). Brendan Sheehan, in 11-12 boys, took first in the 100 freestyle (1:08.47) and 100 breaststroke (1:25.84).

Naval Academy swimmers winning in 13-14 were Jennifer Anderson (200 freestyle, 2:21.54; 100 backstroke, 1:14.55; 200 individual medley, 2:40.62), Brian Vuolo (100 backstroke, 1:11.38; butterfly, 1:11.25; 100 breaststroke, 1:14.48), James Miante (200 breaststroke, 2:58.89) and Calcaterra (200 individual medley, 2:42.94).

Navy was one of the 16 club teams in the Monocacy Aquatic Club Winter Frolic earlier this month in Frederick.

In boys 15-18, Patrick Donlin of Annapolis won the 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle, 100 backstroke, 200 backstroke, 200 individual medley and 400 individual medley.

A triple winner for Navy in boys 13-14 was Billy Schultz in the 100 breaststroke (1:08.31), 200 individual medley (2:12.81) and 400 individual medley (4:40.24). Annamarie Lyst was first in the girls 11-12 500 freestyle (5:54.33) and 100 butterfly (1:09.97).

Single-event winners for Navy included Elizabeth Fowler (9-10 200 freestyle, 2:27.62), Lindsay Mathers (9-10 100 individual medley, 1:15.64), Kirra Brandon (13-14 200 butterfly, 2:25.30) and Scott Stevens (15-18 100 breaststroke, 1:11.61).

* Note: You can fax your Anne Arundel recreation roundup result (410) 783-2518. Please include first and last names of all participants.

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