Racquetball-wallyball tourney benefits hospice, education...

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January 21, 1993|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer

Racquetball-wallyball tourney benefits hospice, education center

A turnout of 122 competitors ranging in age from 9 to 54 played in last weekend's Leisure Racquetball-Wallyball Benefit '93 tournament at the Leisure Racquetball Club in Westminster.

A total of 84 individual and corporate sponsors donated food, money and prizes to the charitable affair, which raised roughly $5,000 to be split evenly between Carroll Hospice and the Carroll Education Center.

In racquetball, the winners were:

* Men's Novice -- Jack Keene, first; Ryan Baer, second.

* Men's Club C -- Vincent Ceci, first; Don Hering, second.

* Men's C -- Darin Brooks, first; Frank Fiore, second.

* Men's B -- Ralph Sparrow, first; Will Ferguson, second.

* Men's A -- Mike Kauffman, first; Joe Cornell, second.

* Men's A Doubles -- Mike Kauffman and Mike Rittase, first; Kathy and Joe Cornell, second.

* Men's B Doubles -- Dave Jenkins and Rusty Johnson, first; Harry Graham and Gary Liddick, second.

* Men's Senior 35-over -- Jim Carter, first; Jeff Meidinger, second.

* Junior 15-under -- Ryan Baer, first; Jill Baer, second.

* Women's Novice -- Kathy Hamilton, first; Tina Rhoton, second.

* Women's B -- Terry Baer, first; Vickie Daily, second.

* Women's C -- Vicki Taylor, first; Tami Grabowsky, second.

In wallyball, the winners were:

* Friday Co-ed Doubles -- Matt Bowers and Sonja Davidson, first; Mark Wolbert and Dawn Smith, second.

* Saturday Men's Triples Intermediate -- Gary Anderson and Jeff Rosenberger, first (only two played); Doug and Brian Sanders and Bruce Stair, second.

* Men's Triple Open -- Bruce Maglicco, Dave Snedden and Dean Dayner, first; Mark Fine, Matt Bowers and John Keck, second.

* Women's Triple Open -- Terry Baer, Alma Pait and Cathy Boschert, first; Marlene Peters, Michelle Salifia and Sandra Johnson, second.

* Sunday Co-ed Triples Intermediate -- Randy Gallagher, Dan Davis and Michelle Salifia, first; Ken Koutlangus, Eric Wilt, Denise Smith and Diane Kump, second (Smith and Kump alternated play).

* Co-ed Triples Open -- Mark Fine, Matt Bowers and Alma Pait, first; Jeff Minsky, Wayne Sham

baugh and Susie Gouchnour, second.

Women's basketball

Spangler Construction jumped to a 28-11 halftime lead and romped to a 61-21 win over Louis Myers. Barb Wolf led a balanced Spangler attack with 11 points, and Diane Feldman scored 12 for Louis Myers.

* Active Glass rallied in the final moments to beat Nick's Pizzaria of Hampstead, 31-28. Donna Mushinsky paced the winners with 10 points, and Jill Bohunicky's eight topped Nick's, which led 16-15 at halftime.

Indoor lacrosse

In Four Seasons indoor lacrosse, Liberty I closed out the regular season by topping South Carroll II, 9-7. Liberty finished in a tie with Centennial for first place in the league. Each had a 6-1 record.

* Liberty II led all the way to top Liberty III, 7-4. Brendan Bengermino led the winners with three goals, and Justin Cross, Bill Nichols, Chris and John Cougnet each scored once.

Scott Hall had two goals for Liberty III and Keith Eberwein and Mark Ozgard each added one.

* In perhaps the most exciting indoor lacrosse game of the season, South Carroll edged the North Carroll Hornets, 12-11, in overtime. Greg McCracken's second goal of the night ended the game with 4:30 left in overtime.

South Carroll led 7-4 at halftime but North Carroll rallied after intermission, and the Hornets' Brian Cutair tied it with his second goal of the game with two minutes remaining in regulation.

South Carroll's Raj Sureja was the game's top scorer with five goals.

Dan Hughes added two for the winners and Dave Price, Brian Eybes, and Chris Parrish each had one goal.

South Carroll goalkeeper Kjel Louritzen turned back 35 shots.

Blaine Cover and Jeff Miller scored twice for the Hornets and Sam Seashole, Bryan Tayman, Grant Gibson, Chad Varany and Jeremy Krug added one apiece.

St. John's basketball

* Grades K-2 -- Brandon Duke's four points paced the Owls to a 9-4 win over the Hornets.

The first-place Eagles improved their record to 4-0 with a 14-6 victory over the Cavs. Timmy Crews' eight points led the Eagles.

* Timmy McKenzie's 12 points paced the Lions to a 28-9 win over

the Magic. Tommy Rockwell's four points led the Magic.

* The Terrors blanked the Heat, 18-0, as Bryan Watkins paced the winners with six points.

* Grades 3-4 -- The first-place Spurs topped the Suns, 14-12. Ben Duke and Joe Litchka led the 5-0 Spurs' scoring, and Tony Jacobs and Sam Weber topped the Suns. All had four points.

* Justin McDaniel led the way with eight points as the Knicks topped the Sonics, 14-8. Chris Campitella had four for the Sonics.

* Paul Smith's 10 points led the Celtics to a 16-6 win over the Nets.

* Adam Garheart had 10 points to pace the Rockets to an 18-4 victory over the Pistons.

* The Jazz topped the Terps, 9-7. Mike Denmead scored four points for the Terps and Justin Englund had three for the Jazz.

* Grade 5 -- Russell Colin scored eight points to lead Green to a 14-6 win over White, and Blue took over first place in the division with a 6-2 victory over Red.

Taneytown basketball

* Girls -- Nicole Keffer scored 13 points as the Jazz topped the Bullets, 21-10. Cindy Sheedy led the Bullets with four.

* Melissa Bostian and Jessica Matos each scored 12 points to lead U.S.A. to a 32-23 win over the Magic. The Magic's Stephanie Stambaugh also had 12.

* The Kings beat the Celtics, 16-14. Pam Koontz's seven points led the Kings while Erin Ness and Christine Spurrier each had four for the Celtics.

* Boys -- The Hornets beat the Celtics, 25-19, as Dale Kline paced the winners with 13 points. Jeremy Hall had 10 for the Celtics.

* Kevin DeCarlo scored 16 points for U.S.A., which topped the Spurs, 45-29. The Spurs' Andrew Jenkins had a game-high 20 points.

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