Ridgely, Johnson pace Meade Village basketball victory


February 04, 1993|By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III | Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Contributing Writers

Rico Ridgely's 11-point, 13-rebound effort sparked Meade Village to a 37-17 win over the Linthicum-Ferndale Tigers in a Chris Mullin 12-14 boys league basketball game Saturday.

Derrick Johnson added 10 points and seven rebounds and Janell Gray had seven. Other scorers included Kevin Henson (five points) and R. C. Ward (four).

Floyd Henson had a stellar defensive game and contributed a blocked shot.

* 12-and-under girls -- Maryland City II, sponsored by Laurel Toyota-Jaguar, improved its county record to 2-1 Saturday with a 12-8 victory over Maryland City I.

Roslyn Sanchez led the winners with six points. Center Katie Netherton was the team's defensive star. Donita Valentine added four points for the winners.

Kelly Copeland scored a team-high four points for Maryland City I.

* 10-12 boys -- Meade Village tripped Arden, 25-16, in Saturday's Harvey Grant League contest. Darren Johnson led the way with eight points, and Derolwyn Pack added six. Both also had strong games on the boards.

* 12-14 girls -- Angie Creek scored 32 points in Meade Village's 34-7 victory over Maryland City in an Arundel League contest.

Creek boosted her average to 27 points. Kaysha Naylor turned in strong rebounding effort.

* 14-17 boys -- Vatrone Foote's 16-point outing led all scorers as Meade Village downed Severna Park B, 39-26, in a David Robinson league game Sunday.

Carlos Brown and Jamaar Thomas (15 rebounds) chipped in 1and six points, respectively.

* 8-10 boys -- The Severna Park Green Hornets "A" team defeated the Annapolis Boys and Girls Club, 26-18, in Saturday's Danny Ferry "A" league matchup at Crofton Middle School.

Point guard Derek Dixon led the Green Hornets with 10 points, followed by Jarrod Ross with six, Richard Tuohey with five, Joe Burke with three and Nick Richards with two.

Meanwhile, Severna Park's "B" squad turned away Cape St. Claire, 22-10.

Gil Goodrich led the Hornets with six points and David Wagner, )) Deon Gough and Jon Garritt each contributed four. Lionel Jennings and Trevor Quinn each had two points.

* 7-8 boys -- Jason Volker scored four points and Tommy Watson added three to lead the Lakers over the Bulls, 9-7, in a Greater Glen Burnie Junior Sports League matchup last Saturday.

Steve Robinette scored four points for the Bulls (4-5) and teammates Scott Martin and Ryan Tremble added two points and one, respectively.

Kelsey Gary rounded out the scoring for the Lakers (8-1) with two points.

* 10-12 boys -- The GARCI Terps won their third straight Harvey Grant division game Saturday, beating Lake Shore, 17-14.

The Terps' balanced scoring attack featured four points each from Joey Case and Patrick Cording, three points from Mike Gargagliano and two points apiece from Eric Godrey, Kyle Rigling and Ben Taylor.

Forward Jonathon Garlington controlled the boards for the victors and collected four rebounds.

Junior wrestling

The Severna Park Green Hornets junior wrestling team took fifth place in last weekend's Dundalk Hawk Invitational at Dundalk High.

Winning individual titles for the Green Hornets were Eric Schafer (95), Matt Eveleth (55), Josh White (122) and Brian Kingsbury (130). Kingsbury recorded three straight pins en route to the championship.

Rounding out the ribbon winners for Severna Park were 100-pound John Horrigan in fourth place, 140-pound Chad Duncan in fifth place and 60-pound Rick Boulay in sixth place.


Barlow's Gymnastics Parent Support Group recently played host to a South Atlantic Boys Invitational Gymnastics meet at Barlow's Gym in Annapolis.

Competing for Barlow's in the Level 6, 7-9 age group were Justin and Travis Garrett of Severna Park.

Justin Garrett placed first on pommel horse (5.60), first on still rings (5.30), first on vault (5.20), first on parallel bars (5.00), second on floor (4.80), third on the high bar (4.80) and first in the all-around with 30.70.

Travis Garrett took first on floor (5.20), first on high bar (5.10), second on pommel horse (5.30), second on still rings (4.80), second on vault (4.80), second on parallel bars (4.90) and second in the all-around with 30.10.

Sam Miller, Michael Williams, Jeremy Tate and Adam Garrett represented Barlow's in the Level 6, 6-10 age bracket.

Miller, a Severna Park resident, placed second on parallel bars (4.40), fourth on high bar (4.50), fourth on pommel horse (5.10), fourth on still rings (4.70), sixth on floor (3.80) and sixth in the all-around with 27.10.

Williams, a Davidsonville native, took first on high bar (5.00), second on parallel bars (4.40), fourth on floor (4.30), fifth on pommel horse (5.00), fifth on still rings (4.60), fifth on vault (4.70) and third in the all-around (28.00).

Tate, a Millersville resident, placed first on pommel horse (5.60), first on still rings (5.50), second on vault (5.00), third on high bar (4.70) and fifth in the all-around (26.40).

Buc Kern of Annapolis, Ray Glasgow of Davidsonville and Aaron Fullerton of Millersville competed for Barlow's in the Level 5, 10-and-over age group.

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