Squirt A Huskies get win, tie in N.J. Recreation roundup

February 23, 1993|By Rich Scherr | Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer

The Howard County Youth Hockey Club Squirt A Huskies scaled a Wall over the weekend.

Wall, N.J., that is.

The Huskies traveled to play the American Eagles and came away with a win and a tie.

Howard came out strong in the first game, defeating the Eagles, 4-0. Jesse Kieffer gave the Huskies a 1-0 lead in the first period. Bobby Steen, Adam Levinson and T. J. Mathieson had goals in the third.

Assists went to Levinson (two), Kieffer, Steen, Mike Millios and Derek Williams. Howard's defense, led by Robby Falk, Nick Zarobsky, Mike Jazwiecki and Cedric Cato, was impeccable, holding the Eagles to six shots on goal and helping goalie Jason Milke to the shutout.

In the second game, the Huskies outshot American, 30-10, but finished in a 3-3 tie.

After giving up a pair of goals in the first period, Howard scored three in the third, with Levinson (a goal and two assists), Steen (two goals and an assist) and Falk (one assist) combining on the goals.

The Huskies outshot the Eagles 61-16 in the two games.

* Squirt B1: Kyle Chacon's three goals and Drew Zinchiak's three assists led the HCYHC's Squirt B1 Huskies (16-2-5, 12-0-3) to a 5-0 win over Chevy Chase in a Capitol Beltway Hockey League Wales Division game.

The Huskies' other goals were scored by Keith Milli and Josh Greene, with assists going to Ryan Fenton and Chad Orzechowski.

Goalie Lenny Bernard recorded his third consecutive shutout against a Chevy Chase team.


* 8-9 Girls: The Ninja Terrapins improved to 5-0 in Columbia Basketball Association play Saturday with a 41-22 over the Bulls.

Rashida Walcott led the Terrapins with 13 points, Fana Walcott scored 12, Ashley Poland seven, Julie Loppato four, Kieran Parker three and Sarah Costa two.

The Bulls were led by Cathy James, who scored a game-high 14 points. Coleen Shea scored six and Kristy Kaiser added two.

* Minor Girls: Notre Dame used tenacious defense to defeat LSU, 38-15, last week in the Howard County Youth Program.

Tara Moleski, Katherine Dougherty, Amanda Zachman and Jessica Gruber led the Notre Dame scoring. The Tigers were paced by the strong play of Monica Tiburzl, Lauren Merkle and Donna Boccuzzi.

In other games, UCLA edged N.C. State, 21-17; Boston College defeated Duke, 36-30; Villanova squeaked by Georgia Tech, 25-22; and Miami beat Maryland, 21-9.

* Major Girls: With never more than four points separating them, LSU and Boston College went down to the wire before the Tigers pulled out an 18-17 win in the Howard County Youth Program Major Girls tournament.

Boston College led by three with 1:30 left, but LSU hit four consecutive free throws to gain the lead for good. The Tigers scored 10 of their 18, and all six of their points in the fourth quarter, from the foul line.

LSU's Tricia Derwart scored five of her seven points from the free-throw line, where Carey Medwin had four of her six and Elizabeth Neidig her only point.

Jackie Fiore and Sheaffer Walton had one field goal each, and Jill Broske, Teneal Hook and Melissa Myers also played well.

Boston College was led by Kelly Neale with five points, Courtney Devou had four and Sarah Dence, Kelly Collins, Kari Signor and Sarah Walsh each had two. Nicole Neale and Rebecca Kulak played aggressive defense in defeat.

In other games, N.C. State defeated UCLA, 24-7; Notre Dame beat Georgia Tech, 23-17; Duke knocked off N.C. State, 18-12; Miami edged Villanova, 29-27; and Maryland got the best of Notre Dame, 41-32.


* Boys: Gymnastics Plus in Columbia played host to a state qualifying meet last weekend.

Class 4, 10-11 gymnast Brian Frank led the way with a 34.7 in the all-around and a 6.9 in floor exercise, both good for first place.

In Class 5, 10-11, Matt Kolesar scored a 6.2 in winning the rings and a 27.2 for second place in the all-around. Brendan Phillips took third on the rings and sixth in the all-around.

Ryan Davis (first on the rings with a 6.4) and David Scimonelli (third on vault) finished among the top six all-around in the 12-13 age group.

Gymnasts scoring among the top 30 in Class 6, 7-9 competition were Matt Barresi (third), Patrick Dulany (fourth), Kellen Tucker (fifth), Nick Gambo (10th), Cory Shea (11th), Matt Boras (14th), Kevin Hooper (15th), Chris Connolly (25th), Chris Orem (27th), Seth Cohen (28th) and Richard Mozarino (29th).

Ian Humphries-Russ, Richard Travers, Adam Marinelli and Jason Slanga finished among the top 10 in the 10-11 group.

* Women: Heather Smith of the Top Flight club in Columbia took center stage last weekend at the Snowflake Invitational at Novak's Gymnastics Club in Virginia.

In her first Level 8 competition, Smith, 10, won the vault (8.7) and floor excercise (8.45) and was third on the balance beam (7.45) and all-around (30.05).

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