Howard Squirt A's lose to Bowie in hockey final, 2-0

Recreation roundup

February 18, 1993|By Rich Scherr | Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer

After scoring the most points in the round-robin segment of last weekend's Bowie Hockey Tournament, the Howard County Youth Hockey Club Squirt A's lost to host Bowie, 2-0, in the finals.

The Squirts had more success against the hosts in the opening game of the tournament, playing them to a 3-3 tie. Howard built a 2-0 lead through two periods on goals from T. J. Mathieson and Adam Levinson on assists from Steve Blakely, on both goals, Brian Moscoe and Justin Bridle.

After Bowie scored to make it 2-1, Levinson scored off a rebound by Jessie Kiefer. Bowie then scored twice more.

In the second game, against the New Jersey Mavericks, Levinson got the first goal just 19 seconds into the game. Howard went on to score a 9-0 win, with goalie Jason Milke gaining the shutout.

Levinson had a hat trick and three assists, while Mathieson scored two goals. Other goals came from Bobby Steen, Kiefer, Mike Millios and Robby Falk. Falk and Kiefer also had two assists, with single assists going to Steen, Bridle, Mike Jazwiecki and Nick Zahrobsky.

The Squirts again jumped to a quick 1-0 lead in the third game against Mount Lebanon.

After the opponents tied the score at 1, Howard allowed just eight more unsuccessful shots the rest of the way en route to a 12-1 win.

The Squirts' offense, led by Millios and Steen -- who each had hat tricks -- fired close to 50 shots on goal.

Levinson also scored two goals, and Kiefer, Bridle, Mathieson and Derek Williams each scored one. Kiefer, Moscoe, Blakely, Bridle and Greg Hendrix contributed two assists apiece.

Girls basketball

* 10-11 -- Bad weather forced the cancellation of two games last week in the Western Howard County Youth Basketball League.

In the game that was played, a hot-shooting Syracuse team finally warmed things up.

Kara Riel scored 14 points and Megan Coleman added 12 to lead the Orangemen to a 26-8 win over Michigan.

Aggressive rebounding and sharp passing by Whitney Ferguson and Tiffany Rocco also contributed to the win.

Leah Jones led Michigan with four points, and Diane Norman and Katie Fritszch each had two.

Men's basketball

Fred Frank Bailbonds continues to lead the pack in the Northern Division of the Howard County Winter Men's Basketball League, Sunday Division I.

The team improved to 7-0 last Sunday after a 67-64 win over previously unbeaten Dawg Brick (6-1). The other team in the title hunt, Knudsen Homes, improved to 6-1 after scoring a 128-102 win over the Supreme Sports in a non-stop end-to-end shootout.

Fourth-place Celtics-Not (4-3) defeated the fifth-place Skins (2-5), in the other Northern Division game.

In the Southern Division, where teams have a combined record of 6-22, "The Burg" and the Supreme Sports lead the way at 3-4.

"The Burg" moved into a first-place tie by defeating 1-6 Bode Floors, 89-76, while the Sports were losing to Knudsen Homes. Third-place Glass Block (2-5) upended Clyde's (0-7), 88-59, in the other game.

In Division II, the Irish Pizza Pub defeated Pete's Raider, 59-47; K.A.O.S. edged Baxter, 59-55; Milt's defeated the Baby Brigade, 64-44; Bricks-R-Us outlasted the MAI Legends, 55-36; the Lakers beat the Dream On Team, 65-53; Wine got the best of the Industrial Wastes, 61-54; Baltimore Aircoil beat the Longshots, 52-41; the Untouchables defeated Young Guns III, 103-42, and Mutha's squeaked past Fitness Formula, 48-45.

K.A.O.S. continues to lead the Northern Division at 7-0, followed by the Irish Pizza Pub and Milts (both 5-2), Baxter and the Baby Brigade (both 2-5) and Pete's Raider (0-7).

In the Southern Division, the Lakers and the Dream On Team share the lead at 6-1, followed by Bricks-R-Us (4-3), Wine (3-4), the Industrial Wastes (2-5) and the MAI Legends (0-7).

PD Mutha's (7-0) stands atop the Eastern Division, with the Untouch

ables a game behind at 6-1. The rest of the pack includes Fitness Formula and Baltimore Aircoil (both 3-4), Young Guns III (2-5) and the Longshots (0-7).

Swimming

Swimmers from the Howard County YMCA have had a busy, but productive, winter season.

In January, the team sent 14 swimmers to the 1993 Mariner Winter Invitational USS Meet at Johns Hopkins, placing all but one of them in the top 25.

Jonathon and Matthew Lang, Katie Palmer, Sean Pershy, Daniel Serpico and Sean Stanley all garnered top-10 finishes at the meet, while Kerri Buonamico, Jessica Burkins, Robby Dobry, Joe Hill, Paul Klink, Rebecca Lewis and Kate Walker finished among the top 25 in their events.

Later in January, Patrick Bonds, Tim Koenig, Jonathon and Matt Lang, Amanda Lentz and Amanda Lipscomb finished among the top five at the KCO meet.

That was followed by similar success at the Retriever Invitational at UMBC, where the Howard County YMCA placed 16th, earning 252 points.

High-point earners were 10-year-olds Joey Piekarski (113) and Jackie Arnold (97).

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