Frost scores 19 to get House of Pasta cooking

RECREATION ROUNDUP

January 28, 1993|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing writer

In county women's basketball, House of Pasta, led by Lynn Frost's 19 points, cruised to a 49-24 win over Nick's Pizzaria. Tracey Snyder had eight points, including two three-point shots, for Nick's.

* Active Glass rallied from a 21-14 halftime deficit to beat Louis Myers, 57-53, in double overtime.

Staci Dinsmore and Wendy Martin each had 17 points for the winners, and Shari Winfrey added 10. Darlene Cass threw in a game-high 20 points for Louis Myers.

Sandymount basketball

* Grades 3-5 -- Matthew Thompson scored nine points to lead the Hornets to an 18-11 win over the Heat. Justin Simon led the Heat with five points.

* The Jazz slipped past the Lakers, 27-25. Steve Lawson's 11 points paced the winners, and Justin Dunn scored 10 for the Lakers.

* The Pistons took over first place in the A Division with a 27-18 verdict over the Bulls. James McNally scored eight points for the Pistons and Tim Love, eight for the Bulls.

* The Magic maintained their hold on first place in the B Division with a 34-8 romp over the Celtics. J. W. Sawyre's 12 points led the Magic (3-0).

* Grades 6-8 -- Todd Chaney scored 22 points to pace the Bullets' 50-32 win over the Celtics. The victory put the 3-0 Bullets into first place. Jimmy Pinner's 14 points led the Celtics.

* The Lakers topped the Magic, 35-13, as Scott Stem led the way with 17 points. Mike Wissinger scored nine for the Magic.

* Bobby Warfield's game-high 20 points wasn't enough as his Hornets lost to the Bulls, 45-38. Kelby Smith topped the Bulls with 14 points.

Taneytown basketball

* Girls -- Team U.S.A. improved to 5-0 with a 29-13 victory over the Kings. U.S.A.'s Jessica Matos was the week's high-scorer with 21 points.

* The Jazz used Nicole Keffer's 17 points as the springboard to a 23-12 win over the Celtics. Erin Ness had six for the Celtics.

* The Bullets doubled the score on the Magic, 36-18. Dawn Brammer scored 12 points for the winners while Stephanie Stambaugh had a game-high 14 for the Magic.

* Boys -- Team U.S.A. roared past the Hornets, 41-26, as Kody Jenkins paced its attack with 15 points. Jessie Parrish scored 10 for the Hornets.

* Kevin DeCarlo had 24 points as his Spurs beat the Bulls, 33-23. Bobby Arnold's 14 points paced the Bulls.

* The Lakers got past the Celtics, 24-21, to tie Team U.S.A. for first with a 3-0 record. The Lakers' Kevin Johnson and Celtics' Jerry Hall each scored 13 points.

St. John's basketball

RF * Fifth grade -- Justin Cox's six points paced Blue to a 15-12 win

over White. Adrian Deveny had six for White.

* Red topped Grey, 9-3. Nick Bauer scored four points for Red and Mike Spencer, two for Grey.

Four Seasons indoor lacrosse

In postseason action, Liberty II doubled the score on South Carroll II, 14-7.

Scott Hall scored six goals for the winners and Matt Ozgar added four. Rob Curtin, Scott Foley, Keith Eberwein and Shawn Schinault each added one.

Brendon Bengermino, Jon Cougnet and Justin Cross each scored twice for South Carroll II and Chris Cougnet scored once.

* Liberty I was whomped in the postseason title game, 17-6, by Centennial. Scott Hall scored five times in a losing cause and Greg Schad also had a goal for Liberty.

* South Carroll I dropped a 17-10 verdict to Mount Hebron. Greg McCracken and Dave Price scored three times for South Carroll, Barry Varnum twice and Dan Hughes and Chris Smith, once.

Gymnastics

Five members of the Carroll Challengers gymnastics team competed recently in the East Coast Classic in Laurel.

At Level 5, Jessica Federici scored 6.75 on vault, 5.85 on uneven bars, 8.35 on balance beam, 7.75 on floor and 28.70 all-around.

Jamie Schlipper (Level 5) scored 6.30 on vault, 7.25 on bars, 6.60 on beam, 8.40 on floor and 28.55 all-around.

Angie Zagami (Level 5) took firsts on vault and bars with an 8.25, second on floor with 7.45, third on beam with 5.65 and first all-around with 29.60.

At Level 6, Heather McGee scored 8.15 on vault, 6.75 on bars, 8.35 on beam, 9.00 on floor and 32.25 all-around.

Tammy Wilson (Level 6) was 8.35 on vault, 7.30 on bars, 6.65 on beam, 8.70 on floor and 31.00 all-around.

Junior wrestling league

Manchester beat Francis Scott Key, 74-12.

Winning on falls for Manchester were Jeremiah DeMario (55 pounds), Fran Jackson (65), Zach Maloff (70), James Holmes (75), Clint Day (85), Randy Holmes (90), Adam Boog (95), Dameon Davis (107), Tony Barbera (122) and Colin Eutsler (140).

Tyler Alexander (60), Todd Bosley (100), and Craig Hann (130) took decisions for Manchester.

Key's Bobby Biden (80) and Joe Rivera (150) won on falls.

* Manchester also topped perennial Maryland Junior League power Dundalk, 49-33.

* The Warriors won two matches, beating Middle River, 60-24, and Severna Park, 50-36.

Winning on falls for the Warriors against Middle River were Danny Patterson (60), Bryan Hamper (65), Jesse Stank (80), Joe Smith (85), Mike Muller (90), Andy Seal (95), Kevin Jeffress (107), J. J. Lignelli (115) and Danny Alberter (122).

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