Undefeated Glass and Mirror, Travelers tie for 1st

Recreation roundup

January 26, 1993|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer

Glass and Mirror pushed its record to 3-0 with a 79-39 drubbing of the Barbie No-Accounts in Carroll County Sunday over-30 men's league action last week.

Rick Springer and Mark Carr paced the winners with 22 and 15 points, respectively.

The Travelers tied Glass and Mirror for first with a 66-50 victory over Carroll County Times.

Dave Winkles, Dennis Francey, and Mike White each had 14 points for the 3-0 Travelers, while Eric Bachman had 11 for Times and Bob Trazkovich added 10.

Lehigh had a big game with a 94-66 win over Interior Design Nutritionals.

Larry Brooks scored 22 points for Lehigh and Nevin Smith had 21.

Terrence Henley scored 21 for Interior Design and Frank Coss added 13.

* Monday open division: Wilson Sports took over first place with an 81-63 decision over Bowling Brook.

Herman Costley and Dean Douglas scored 25 and 18 points, respectively for Wilson. Bowling Brook was led by Matt Bullett's 19 points and Chuck Banks' 13.

Terry Barnes and Mike Bledsoe each had 14 points to lead the Outlaws over Peace and Plenty Farms, 76-51. Kevin Smeak scored 12 for Peace and Plenty.

In an shootout, S.F.A. defeated Willow Oak Builders, 102-94.

Steve Taylor poured in 35 points for S.F.A. and Courtland Thomas and Tim Bradley added 25 and 23, respectively.

Larry Bosley had 23 for Willow Oak, Brian Eslinger 22 and Tim Warehime 19.

* Tuesday open division: The Hoosiers beat Sturgill, Rager and Lehman, 84-52.

David Macharsky and Leland Hughes each scored 24 points for the Hoosiers. Lee and Geoff Sturgill had 18 and 12, respectively for Sturgill.

Random House topped Marada Industries, 47-39, in a low-scoring affair.

Floyd Hopkins had 13 points for Random House and Randy Walkling had 10. Jeff Stocksdale scored 15 for Marada.

The Gamblers slipped by Four Seasons, 59-56.

Chris Yingling and Scott Thompson hit 15 and 14 points, respectively for the Gamblers. Bill Butz had a game-high 16 points for Four Seasons and Sean Smith added 15.

* Wednesday open division: First-place Gettemy defeated Action Refrigeration, 75-72.

Eric Miller had 19 points for the winners and Marc Rudolph and Dave Barnes added 17 and 16, respectively. Wayne Duncan had 20 for Action and John Koepke, 18.

Bobby Briggs had a league-high 36 points to lead Now and Then Antiques to a 100-65 win over Crouse Ford.

Troy Warehime added 19 for the winners. Mark Janney scored 19 and Dave Crouse 12 for Crouse.

Maria's beat Lippy Brothers, 75-60.

Jim Hursey scored 26 points for Maria's and Joe Novak added with 16. Jay McGinnis paced Lippy with 18 and Wade Zufall added 15.

* Thursday 30-over division: Normandy Health and Fitness moved into first place with a 77-74 verdict over Eldersburg Pool.

Kevin Knisley scored 22 points for the 3-0 victors, and Dan Lytwynee tallied 20.

John Bare hit a game-high 23 points for Eldersburg Pool and Randy Hayes had 16.

Eckenrode Insurance topped Zentz Roofing, 68-47.

John Wuenschel scored 19 points for Eckenrode and Scott Kohr scored 12. Burke Sutter hit 13 for Zentz.

Lippy Brothers scored a 60-47 win over Westminster Bank.

Zack Flynn popped in 17 points for the winners and Chris Nevin had 11. John Boyd's 13 points paced Westminster Bank.

St. John's Basketball

* Grades K-2: The first-place Eagles topped the Hornets, 14-12.

Shawn Wynne scored 10 points for the 5-0 Eagles and Kevin Collins had eight for the Hornets.

The Owls beat the Panthers, 14-4, as Matt and Brandon Duke, and Dan Hull, each scored four points.

The Magic beat the Cavs, 10-4. Tommy Rockwell paced the winners with four points.

The Spurs and Lions played to a 12-12 tie. The Spurs' Billy Lennon and the Lions' Timmy McKenzie and Brandon Reisdorf each had six points.

* Grades 3-4: The Knicks ran their record to 5-0 and solidified their hold on first place as they topped the Spurs, 14-12.

Brendan and Justin McDaniel had six and four points, respectively for the winners, and Ben Yingling had five for the Spurs, who lost for the first time.

The Sonics topped the Jazz, 12-10. Marcus Frisby had six points for the Sonics and Justin Englund six for the Jazz.

The Rockets beat the Suns, 14-4, behind Brett Oster's six points.

Tommy Fletcher had six points and Andy Cheng four to lead the Terps to a 17-12 victory over the Celtics.

The Pistons defeated the Nets, 16-13, behind Zach Hepler's eight points.

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