Lippy Brothers survive Nevin's 37 points, win 74-69

Recreation roundup

January 12, 1993|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer

Ed Nevin scored a league-high 37 points against the Lippy Brothers in Wednesday night's Carroll County Men's Basketball League action but it wasn't enough as Action Refrigeration dropped a 74-69 decision.

Craig Brosene added 12 for Action. Keith Lippy had 23 points for Lippy Brothers and Jay McGinnis 13.

In other games during the first week of play, Gettemy edged Now and Then Antiques, 88-87, and Maria's topped Crouse Ford, 66-53.

Marc Rudolph and Bryan Lynch led Gettemy with 22 and 20 points, respectively.

Bobby Forenoff had 26 for Now and Then and Bobby Briggs added 20.

Rich Crosby had 16 points and Joe Novak 15 for Maria's. Mike Landy and Jeff Humbert had 19 and 11, respectively, for Crouse Ford.

Wilson Sports beat Peace and Plenty, 81-60, as Jimmy Dorsey paced the winners with 23 points and Herman Costley added 14.

Rick Hill and Bunk Black had 14 and 13 points, respectively, for Peace and Plenty.

Paul Grier's 22 points paced Bowling Brook to an 81-72 victory over Willow Oak Builders.

Matt Bullett had 18 points for the winners and Brian Benson had 21 for Willow Oak.

Sturgill, Rater, and Lehman topped Marada Industries, 53-46.

Phil Win had 14 points for the winners and Greg Sturgill 13. Jay Baer scored a game-high 18 for Marada.

The Hoosiers thumped Four Seasons, 71-37, as Leland Hughes paced their attack with 16 points and Myron Magruder had 15.

Bill Butz led Four Seasons with 13.

* Over-30: Normandy Health and Fitness tripped Zentz Roofing, 90-72. Dan Lytwynee scored 32 points for Normandy and Kevin Knisley added 24. Rick Foebler had 18 for Zentz and Jeff Vizzini added 16.

Eckenrode Insurance topped Lippy Brothers, 69-56. Scott Kohr paced the winners with 24 points and John Wuenschel added 17. Kevil White scored a game-high 29 points for Lippy and Zack Flynn added 13.

Danny Dutterer's 19 points led Westminster Bank past Eldersburg Pool, 76-66. Jerry Georgiana added 11 for the winners. John Bare had 22 for Eldersburg Pool and Randy Hayes added 13.

Random House took a 57-52 verdict from the Gamblers. Floyd Hopkins and Randy Walkling scored 18 and 12 points, respectively, for Random House.


Brandon Bengermino scored the winning goal with 13 seconds left to give Liberty II a 7-6 win over Mount Hebron at Four Seasons.

In another high-scoring game, Liberty I, which led only 9-8 at halftime, pulled away after intermission to beat South Carroll, 18-10. Roman Geiser paced the winners with seven goals.


* Adult: Lisa Sullivan's two goals led the Wave to a 6-2 win over the Sandymount Stars.

Bob Easter, Henry Oswiecimka, Belinda Brown and Jim Kushel also scored for the winners.

The British Metrics thumped the Sting, 12-2, as Nick Hailstone and Martin Clark paced the winners with four and three goals, respectively.

Cliff Beck scored twice for British Metric.

* Open: Liberty Lightning struck down Pine Raiders Ltd., 10-1. Chris Walton scored three goals for the Lightning and Blake Bears, Ryan Dunham, and Greg Carfine each added two. Ryan Sickler added a goal for the winners.

* Under-10 boys: Vellegias ran its record to 4-0 in beating the Columbia Lightning, 6-2. Danny Levin scored two goals for Vellegias and Scott Erpelding, Matthew Oswiecimka, John Hajewski and Ryan Ford each hit once.

* Under-14 boys: The Wolverines led all the way to beat the York Strikers, 7-3. Brian Tozer paced the winners' attack with two goals and two assists and Chris Long also scored twice.

Casey Norris had a goal and assist, Matt Billingslea and Robby Warfield scored goals, and Tony Palaia had an assist.

To submit Carroll County recreation information, call (410) 225-4574.

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