Severna Park A and B lose Annapolis BC beats Stars


January 28, 1993|By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III | Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Contributing Writers

In 14-17 boys basketball action, Severna Park A suffered its second loss of the season without a win, falling to Greater Glen Burnie, 42-32, Saturday.

Kevin Kaspazak led Severna Park with 10 points and seven rebounds, and Joe Miller had eight points and six rebounds. Corey Poorman had four points, and Steve Butler had a four steals.

* On Sunday, Severna Park B lost, 27-11, to the Archers. Devin Phillips had a team-high five points, followed by Jeoff Gill's three. Jon Stob grabbed nine rebounds for the 0-2 B squad.

* Jamar Thomas scored 12 points in Meade Village's 30-27 win over Greater Glen Burnie. Carlos Brown and Datrone Foote added five and four points, respectively, for Meade (1-1).

* 12-14 boys -- The Annapolis All-Stars were unable to hold a 13-11 second-half lead, and they were defeated by the Annapolis Boys Club, 37-22, in a Brad Daugherty League game Saturday.

Rashi Reed led the All-Stars with eight points and had four rebounds and two steals.

Harold Simmons scored five points and had a team-high eight rebounds. Mariko Dowell added two points, three rebounds and three steals, and Brian Battle had six rebounds and two steals.

The All-Stars, winners of the Annapolis Optimist preseason tournament, fell to 0-2.

* Kevin Henson and Wade Brown led Meade Village (2-0) in Saturday's 28-24 triumph over the Hawks.

* 11-12 boys -- The Linthicum-Ferndale Hornets won two games last week in the Linthicum-Ferndale Intramural League.

In their first game, the Hornets took a 9-0 halftime lead before downing Lee's, 21-11. Chad Brown led with 12 points, and by Ben Carr had four. Justin Hibbard and Jeremy Smiley contributed strong defensive efforts.

Lee's was led by William Klemkowski with six points.

In Game 2, the Hornets fell behind Don's, 7-3, at the half, but came out running in the second half and quickly took a 13-9 lead. The Hornets, who won, 35-25, dominated the boards in the third quarter to extend their lead to 24-13.

Brown led the Hornets with a game-high 26 points. Leading the way defensively for the Hornets were Broomell, Hibbard and Smiley.

Greg Vasquez led Don's with 12 points.

* 11-13 boys -- The Lakers improved to 6-0 with a 56-36 win over the Kings in a Harundale Intramural league game Saturday. Larry Robinson netted 20 points, and Jeff Benett and Tommy Thomas added 17 and eight, respectively. The Kings were led by Albert Anderson's 14 points.

* Also on Saturday, the Suns downed the Spurs, 42-22, as Billy Bolbereeing scored a game-high 20 points. Chris Dixon added 18 for the winners. Steve Fogler scored a team-high seven points for the Spurs.

* On Sunday, the Lakers beat the Suns, 46-37, led by Robinson's 21 points. Nathaniel Hope scored 12 points and Benett eight. The Suns were led by Bolbereeing (16 points) and Chris Dixon (13).

* The Kings nipped the Spurs, 41-40, in Sunday's other game, as Tim Matthews and Joey Knight had 18 and eight points, respectively. The Kings' scoring stars were David Watts (15) and Tom McCormick (12).

* 10-12 boys -- The Linthicum-Ferndale Yellow Jackets won their first two games in the Ricky Pierce League last weekend at Northeast High.

The Yellow Jackets opened league play with a 32-26 victory over Severna Park. Strong outside shooting in the second quarter helped Severna Park take a 16-13 halftime lead. Linthicum-Ferndale applied full-court pressure to start the second half and took the lead for good.

The Yellow Jackets had eight players in the scoring column with David Dolch atop the list with 10. Chad Brown, Adam Sutton, Mark Sutton and William Klemkowski scored four points each and Joe Anarino, Ryan George and Erik Larson chipped in two apiece.

In their second game, the Yellow Jackets defeated Greater Glen Burnie, 40-43. George led with 15 points and Anarino added 10.

Linthicum-Ferndale dominated the boards, and strong rebounding from Dolch, Anarino, Larson and Klemkowski helped the Yellow Jackets take a 17-6 lead at the half. In the second half, the Yellow Jackets ran the fast break and extended their lead to 28-14.

The Yellow Jackets completed a successful weekend by defeating the host Rebels, 29-21, in the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels Sunday League opener at North County High.

The Yellow Jackets created several turnovers in the third quarter, but an aggressive Rebels defense helped keep it close. But in the fourth quarter, the Yellow Jackets made nine of 14 free throws, including five of six from Brown and four of eight from Adam Sutton.

Timmy Smith paced Greater Glen Burnie with 12 points.

* The trio of Tim Matthews, Larry Robinson, and Theo Johnson helped the Harundale Bulls overtake Greater Glen Burnie in a Ricky Pierce League matchup Saturday.

Matthews led the Bulls (3-0) with 18 points, followed by Robinson (16) and Johnson (14).

* In a Harvey Grant league game, Meade Village (1-1) lost, 21-15, to Severn. Standouts for Meade included Darren Johnson and Derolwyn Pack.

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