B1 Huskies remain undefeated

Recreation roundup

February 16, 1993|By Rich Scherr | Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer

In a weekend matchup of the top two squirt hockey teams in the Capitol Beltway League, Wales Division, the Howard County B1 Huskies defeated Montgomery, 3-1.

The win kept the Huskies undefeated in the CBHL at 11-0-3.

The key to victory was their ability to stop the Montgomery power play. The defense, anchored by goalie Lenny Bernard didn't allow a goal until the final minute, playing a man down much of the way.

Howard County goals were scored by Drew Zinchiak, Ryan Fenton and Kule Chacon, with assists going to Chacon, Justin Keller and Keith Milli.

Soccer

The Oakland Mills Hornets 1981 girls travel team finished in second place in the Du Burns Winter 1992-93 League, after losing to host CHISCO, 5-2, Wednesday.

Scorers for the Hornets were Alexia Vogler, off a pass by Katie Manwiller, and Michelle Veach, assisted by Stacie Tokasz.

In goal, Tonya Dedmond held the opposition to one score in the first half, collecting five saves for the game. Lan Gardner and Megan Moulding led the defense.

Gymnastics

The Gymnastics Plus boys team of Columbia wasn't the most gracious of hosts at last weekend's Maryland Gymnastics Cup at UMBC Fieldhouse.

The team won first place in the Open optionals, second in Class II and IV and third in the Class VI 10-11 age group, beating out teams from 12 states in the largest boys gymnastics competition on the East Coast.

Neil Niemi led Gymnastics Plus to its win in the Open optionals, winning the vault (9.05) and parallel bars (7.8), taking thirds on the floor exercise (8.45) and high bar (7.8), and finishing second overall with a score of 46.9.

Teammate Randy Frederick also contributed, with a third-place finish on the rings (8.35) and a sixth-place finish overall.

In the Class II, 14-15 division, Jim Hiatt took third on the parallel bars (7.45) and fourth overall (42.35), while Mike Picca took second on the high bar (8.0) and fifth overall (41.75). Wes Crass finished second on the vault (8.05) and third on the floor (8.05).

In Class III 11-13 competition, Adam Frias won the vault with a score of 7.225.

Patrick Dulany got the team's only win in Class IV 7-9 division with a 5.2 on the rings.

In the 9-11 division, however three club gymnasts captured the top prize. David Curry took third on the vault (5.825) and the horse to win the all-around with a 38.575, Curtis Haines won the vault (5.95) and took fifth overall (33.4) and Chris Stark won the floor exercise with a 7.25.

The team will play host to USA Gymnastics designated qualifier Sunday morning at the gym.

Basketball

* 11-year-old girls -- With a 32-26 win over Crofton last Sunday, the Howard County Youth Program travel team won its fifth straight game to stay tied for first place in the Arbutus Sunday League.

Crofton controlled the game until the fourth quarter when HCYP's Lisa Chapman scored six to give her team the lead.

Terri Daniels led the Cougars with 10 points and Chapman and Alexia Vogler scored six each. Tia Richardson and Stacie Tokasz also played well on offense.

The defense was led by Jennifer Westervelt, Cindy Thomas and Melissa Dugan.

* Major boys -- Randy Zwitch scored a game-high 26 points and Jamie Mayne added 20 to lead Boston College over N.C. State, 66-60, last week in the Howard County Youth Program.

The win was marred, however, when Mayne suffered a broken wrist late in the game. He will be sidelined the rest of the season.

* Major girls -- Ahead by 10 at halftime, Duke held on to defeat Maryland, 34-33, to win the Howard County Youth Program's Major Girls Division league championship.

Maryland (10-3), which handed Duke (12-1) its only loss earlier this season, staged a late rally.

Betty and Cheryl Bosley led Duke, scoring 11 and six, respectively, while Kyle Rutkowski added five and Michelle Flather, Caitlin Ryland and Jill Carr four apiece.

Maryland's Celia Stamerro led all scorers with 13 points before fouling out and Katie Price added eight points and aggressive rebounding.

In the upset of the week, UCLA knocked off LSU, 21-18.

The Bruins (4-9) were led by Liz Skorny with 11 points and Sarah Beck with four. Laura Nelson, Laura Kiefer and Jessica Kiracoffe added two points each.

For LSU (7-6), Carey Medwin topped all scorers with 10 points, followed by Jackie Fiore with four and Tricia Derwart and Julia Stephens with two each.

In other games last week, N.C. State edged UCLA, 20-18; Maryland defeated Miami, 29-22; Boston College knocked off Villanova, 25-20, and Notre Dame beat Georgia Tech, 36-27.

* Minor Girls -- Brooke Sandeline led the N.C. State offense as the Wolfpack scored a 19-17 overtime win over Georgia Tech in the Howard County Youth Program.

Caitlin Marshal, Tess Romiti and Amy Milauskas also played well for the victors.

Jessica Potts, Jaimee Shipley and Lauren Koch led the Yellow Jackets' attack.

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To submit information to the Howard County recreation roundup, call (410 ) 521-0505.

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