Greater Severna Park AA No. 1 wins in last seconds

Recreation roundup

February 18, 1993|By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III | Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Contributing Writers

A last-second basket helped lift Greater Severna Park Athletic Association No. 1 to an 18-17 victory over Maryland City II in a 12-and-under girls basketball game last weekend.

Beth Balasic scored a team-high eight points. Amanda Aller added six points for the victors and Michelle Jones and Christie Doyle contributed four points and two points, respectively.

Leading the way defensively for Severna Park were Jenny Smith, Joanna Chino, Michelle Thompson, Laura Masters and Stephanie Zonah.

Maryland City II, sponsored by Laurel Toyota/Jaguar, was led by Donita Valentine with eight points and Roslyn Sanchez, Amanda Kimsey and Katie Netherton with two points each. Kim Tuttle, Laura Davis and Brenda Shultz all played well defensively in the losing cause.

* 12-14 girls -- In Saturday's battle of the last two unbeaten teams in the Arundel League, Meade Village (5-0) prevailed over Fort Meade (4-1), 26-11.

Angie Creek topped Meade Village with 22 points, and Michelle Savage and Annetris Douglas had two points each.

* 18-and-over women -- Meade Village dropped its fourth game in row in last Sunday's Glen Burnie League game against first-place Danny's, 50-42.

Londa Sanders led all Meade Village scorers with 18 points, as Donna Johnson and Diane Benson each totaled 11. Beverly Thomas added two points.

* 14-17 boys -- Raynard Hill and Jamie Leisner combined for 15 points to pace the unbeaten ARC Sun Devils to their fourth straight win by 43-20 over the Police Youth Activities team in the county 15-17 boys basketball league.

ARC leads the Red Division of the Rec and Parks David Robinson League played at North County High on Sundays.

"We had a balanced scoring attack with nine of our 14 players scoring," said coach Ray Hale, who also got six points each from Brian Campbell and James Rivers.

* A buzzer-beating jumper by Joe Carpenter enabled Meade Village to nip Davidsonville, 45-44, in Sunday's David Robinson League encounter.

Carpenter led the winners with 10 points. Tyrone Lane and Carlos Brown added eight points each, and Vatrone Foote had six. Jamaar Thomas and Rayshawn Mackell had four each, while Mark Rafter chipped in with three.

* 11-13 Harundale Boys Intramural League -- The Lakers improved their record to 11-1 with a 54-30 victory over the Kings (4-8) on Saturday, and a 59-40 win over the Suns (5-7).

Jeff Bennett tallied 21 points for the Lakers, and Larry Robinson posted 20. The Kings were led by Joey Knight's 12. Robinson scored 21 on Sunday, and Bennett and Dave Wineke had 16 and 14 points, respectively. Nathaniel Hope pitched in with eight points.

Billy Volberding had 20 for the Suns, and Tom Brand contributed 10.

The Suns started the weekend off with a 38-23 win over the Spurs, as Volberding once again had 20, followed by Anthony Brocato with eight. David Watts paced the Spurs with 21.

In an overtime game Sunday, the Spurs beat the Kings, 43-39. Theodore Johnson scored 20 points, and George Schmidt and Keith Fogler had seven and six, respectively. Tim Matthews had 21 points in a losing cause, and Devin Stilker had five.

* 10-12 boys -- The Harundale Bulls suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of Crofton, 46-43, Saturday, creating a three-way tie for first place in the Ricky Pierce League.

Larry Robinson led the Bulls with 22 points, followed by Tim Matthews and Theodore Johnson with nine and eight, respectively. Ty Row led the winners with 16. Both teams, along with Linthicum-Ferndale, are 4-1.

* Over-50 men -- Joe Wiley scored 17 points last weekend in leading McDermott's to a 34-30 victory over R. J. Pizza in a senior league matchup at Old Mill High. Sam Grewkle scored 17 points in a losing cause for R. J. Pizza.

* Plaza Liquor's got 16 points from Joe Fitzgerald in a 45-36 win over Mayflower. Leading the way for Mayflower was Aaron Johnson with a game-high 19 points.

* 10-12 boys -- David Dolch scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Linthicum-Ferndale Yellow Jackets to a 42-23 victory over Severna Park in a Ricky Pierce League matchup last week at Northeast High School.

The Yellow Jackets used their transition game to take a 12-6 first-quarter lead before the Green Hornets rallied to close the margin to four at halftime, 18-14.

The Yellow Jackets turned up the defensive pressure in the fourth quarter and held Severna Park scoreless.

Chad Brown and Erik Larson scored five points apiece for the victors and Adam Sutton, Ryan George and Nick Klug all chipped in four. Rounding out the scoring for the Yellow Jackets were William Klemkowski and Jake Clark with two and one point, respectively.

* Meade Village fell to 2-3 with a 32-24 loss to the Rebels in Saturday's Harvey Grant League tilt at Marley Middle School.

Darren Johnson paced the losers with 14, followed by Delowy Pack (six) and Warren Smith (four).

* 11-12 boys -- The Linthicum-Ferndale Hornets remain in first place in the Linthicum-Ferndale Intramural League after downing Lee's, 33-17, last weekend.

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