Perna takes top honors at tourney Groszkowski gives 1st-place effort

Recreation roundup

January 19, 1993|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer

Jessica Groszkowski was first or tied for first in all four of her events at the Perna Gymnastics Club's girls invitational gymnastics tournament Sunday.

Competing in level seven, the youngster tied teammate Becky Fuhrman for first in vault with an 8.50.

Groszkowski was first in uneven bars with 7.0, balance beam with 8.35, and floor exercises with 8.90.

She also topped the level seven field of 16 with an all around score of 32.75.

Fuhrman was second on bars with 6.70, beam with 7.95, and all around with 31.50 and scored 8.35 on floor.

Perna fielded 10 entrants at level four:

* Clair Tull scored 6.90 on vault, 7.80 on bars, 8.70 on beam, 8.50 on floor and 31.90 all around.

* Erin Hiner scored 7.20 on vault, 7.90 on bars, 7.80 on beam, 8.30 on floor, and 31.20 all around.

* Kadie Thomas scored 7.30 on vault, 8.70 on bars, 8.40 on beam, 6.50 on floor and 30.90 all around.

* Nicole Lobach scored 7.80 on vault, 8.50 on bars, 6.50 on beam, 7.50 on floor and 30.30 all around.

* Holly Baust scored 7.20 on vault, 8.40 on bars, 7.30 on beam, 7.40 on floor and 30.30 all around.

* Lindsey Winter scored 7.60 on vault and bars, 7.30 on beam, 6.70 on floor and 29.20 all around.

* Michelle Barr scored 7.50 on vault, 7.90 on bars, 7.40 on beam, 6.00 on floor and 28.80 all around.

* Lauren Reese scored 7.10 on vault, 6.10 on bars, 7.50 on beam, 5.40 on floor and 26.10 all around.

* Christine Leazer scored 6.90 on vault, 6.40 on bars, 6.00 on beam, 5.10 on floor and 24.40 all around.

* Ciji Gass, competing in three events, scored 7.30 on bars, 5.60 on beam, 5.30 on floor and 18.20 all around.

At level eight, Cristen Totten was 8.95 on vault, 7.05 on bars, 9.10 on beam, 9.05 on floor and 34.15 all around.

Also at eight, Shannon Wright was 8.75 on vault, 8.55 on bars, 7.70 on beam, 8.85 on floor and 33.85 all around.

Rick Jenkins scored 23 points Sunday and Denny Bair supported with 17 to lead Glass and Mirror to a 92-45 romp over Carroll County Times.

Rob Diehl's 15 points led Times.

Lehigh topped the Barbie No-Accounts, 66-54.

Nevin Smith and Gary Griggs were high scorers for Lehigh and Barbie, respectively, with 21 points each.

Brad Gist added 17 for Lehigh.

The Travelers beat Interior Design Nutritionals, 63-60.

Terrence Henley and Darrel Carpenter had game-high totals of 24 and 21 points, respectively for Interior Design.

Jack Schultz paced the winners with 20 and Mike White added 19.

Travelers beat Lehigh, 71-64, as Reed Rippon paced the winners with 22 points and White had 12.

Roy Adelsberger had 22 points for Lehigh and Gist, 12.

Glass and Mirror thumped Interior Design, 80-44.

Rick Springer led the winners with 18 points and Kevin Apple added 17.

Henley paced Interior Design with 12.

Barbie edged Carroll County Times, 54-53.

Ken Yuhas topped Barbie with 14 points and Bob Rogowski had 11.

Scott Anderson and Diehl each hit 17 for Carroll County Times.


Bowling Brook beat S.F.A., 97-72.

Matt Bullett and James Glover each scored 19 points to pace the winners.

Steve Taylor had a game-high 29 for S.F.A. and Courtland Thomas added 15.

Willow Oak Builders took a close decision from Peace and Plenty Farms, 65-63.

Brian Benson led Willow Oak with 13 points, and Rich Hill and Steve Lethbridge scored 20 and 13, respectively, for Peace and Plenty.

Jimmy Dorsey's three-point shot at the buzzer gave Wilson Sporting Goods a 65-63 verdict over the Outlaws.

Herman Costley had a game-high 25 points for Wilson and Dorsey added 24.

Butch Carroll and Mark Hill scored 14 and 12, respectively, for the Outlaws.


Keith Lippy's 25 points paced his Lippy Brothers squad to an 85-57 win over Crouse Ford.

Wade Zufall added 17 for Lippy and Mike Zahn hit 15 for Crouse.

Gettemy shot to a 34-15 lead over Maria's after the first quarter but had to rally late in the game to pull out a 79-78 squeaker.

Bryan Lynch paced the Gettemy attack with 25 points and Dave Barnes supported with 20.

Maria's Jim Hursey and Rich Crosby tied for game-high honors with 26 points.

Last year's league champ, Now and Then Antiques, evened its record at 1-1 by topping Action Refrigeration, 97-89.

Now and Then's Jeff Cross and Action's Ed Nevin tied for the league's top-scoring performance on the week with 30 points.

Robby Briggs added 24 for the winners and Don Koepke and Wayne Duncan each had 18 for Action.


Eldersburg Pool beat Lippy Brothers, 99-55.

L John Bare led Eldersburg with 23 points and Ron Long had 17.

L Steve and Chris Nevin had 18 and 14 respectively, for Lippy.

Dan Dutterer and Rob Triplett each scored 19 points to lead Westminster Bank to a 69-62 victory over Zentz Roofing.

Burke Sutter popped in 27 for Zentz and Rick Foebler added 13.

Normandy Health and Fitness beat Eckenrode Insurance, 80-72, as Gary Jones paced its attack with 26 points and Dan Lytwyneczi tacked on 21.

Mac Kantras had 24 for Eckenrode and Scott Kohr, 21.

Winfield Basketball

Grades 3-4

Brian Schmidt scored 13 points and Mitchell Hawkins, 10, to lead Orange to a 39-18 win over Blue.

Chris Weatherholtz had eight points and 10 rebounds for Orange, which leads the division.

Other 3rd-4th grade division games saw Black beat White, 37-12, and Red tie Gold, 20-20.

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