Severna Park youths in districtsFive Severna Park youths...

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January 21, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | John Harris III and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writers

Severna Park youths in districts

Five Severna Park youths advanced to next month's District competition of the Elks' National Free Throw Contest last Saturday at Severna Park Elementary School.

The three boys and two girls, who won their respective age classes, will compete at the District level in Essex in February, with the winners advancing to the state competition in Frederick. The nationals are set for April in Indianapolis.

Ben Pellicani won the Severna Park Elks 8-9-year-old shoot with his brother, Nick Pellicani, taking the 10-11 and Chris Master winning the 12-13 bracket.

On the girls side, Megan Corneal won the 8-9 division and Erin Hancock the 10-11. There was no 12-13 girls winner.

Those finishing second and third in their divisions were Ammol Singh and Doug Kurz (8-9 boys), Brian Johnston and Davin Rausch (10-11), Ray Wagner and Nick Stook (12-13), Jessie Atkinson and Stephanie Delehanty (8-9 girls) and Lauren Huber and Beth Davis (10-11).

Each contestant got 25 free-throw attempts and the one with the most successful shots advanced.

The top three finishers in the Severna Park Elks competition were invited to the Elks Lodge on Truckhouse Road for a pizza party after Saturday's competition. Trophies were presented to the winners by Hoop Shoot chairman Irving Rew and Al Seligman.

Indoor soccer

The Severna Park Kickers 14-and-under squad defeated the EDRECO Eagles, 4-2, in last weekend's Du Burns indoor girls soccer league matchup.

Tracey Mrazeck, Jill Jones, Tara Theis and Catherine Larsen each had single goals. Mrazeck also had a game-high two assists.

In 19-and-under league play, the Kickers defeated the Columbia Control, as Shannon Chaney (Severna Park), Danielle Ohlhues (Old Mill) and Carina Sonberg (Old Mill) each had a goal. Marcia Lavin (Arundel) recorded a shutout in goal.

Youth basketball

The Severna Park Green Hornets A boys basketball team opened its 8-10 Danny Ferry League schedule with a 22-14 win over Crofton.

Richard Tuohey led the way for the Hornets with eight points, followed by Derrell Dixon and Jarrod Ross with six each and Joe Burke with two.

Meanwhile, the Green Hornets B team suffered a double-overtime loss to the Anne Arundel Optimists, 30-27.

Gil Goodrich led the Green Hornets with 10 points and Deon Gough added eight. Lionel Jennings chipped in four points for Severna Park, and David Wagner and Travis Johnson scored three and two, respectively.

* 10-12 girls -- In an Arundel League contest, the Annapolis Girls Club dropped its first game of the season Saturday to the Gambrills Odenton Recreation Council, 42-25.

Teekia Green led Annapolis with 12 points, followed by KaMalcris Cotrell with 10. Tia Williams chipped in three points.

* 10-12 boys -- Galesville topped the Annapolis Boys Club Suns, 38-14, in a Sean Elliot League matchup Saturday.

Terrance Parker scored seven points in a losing cause, and teammates Al Ballinger and Ayyub Ali had four each.

* In Ricky Pierce League action, the Harundale Bulls dropped Severna Park, 39-26, in a Red Division contest Saturday.

Larry Robinson took the top scoring honors for the winners with 14, and Tim Matthews added 13. Jeff

Bennett and Theo Johnson pitched in four points each.

* 11-13 boys -- Last Saturday, Larry Robinson's 21-point effort propelled the Lakers to a 45-39 victory over the Suns in a Harundale Intramural League game.

Jeff Bennett scored 10 points for the victors, and Bill Bolberding topped the Suns scoring list with 18 and teammate Chris Dixon added 15.

In other intramural league action Saturday, the Kings took a 42-32 decision from the Spurs, as Tim Matthews scored 21 points. Stewart Smith led the Spurs with 14.

On Sunday, the Lakers improved their league-leading record to 3-0 with a 37-29 conquest of the Spurs. Robinson had 21 points for the Lakers, and David Watts had 16 of the Spurs' points.

In the other game of the day, the Kings turned back the Suns, 42-36, behind Matthews' 21 points. Bolberding scored 20 for the Suns.

* 12-14 boys -- The Annapolis Boys Club rallied from a 23-14 halftime deficit to defeat Crofton, 38-32, in a Brad Dougherty League contest Saturday.

Marlo Brown scored a team-best 12 points for Annapolis, and Eric Downs and Floyd Johnson had 10 and nine points, respectively.

* 14-17 boys -- Linford Matthews' 10 points were enough to help the Annapolis Boys Club overtake Greater Glen Burnie, 39-33, in Sunday's Patrick Ewing league game.

D'Mari Belt scored nine points for the winners, and Richard Henson had nine rebounds.

* Note: You can fax your Anne Arundel recreation results to (410) 783-2518.

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