Tuohey, Ross carry Green Hornets 'A'

Recreation roundup

February 25, 1993|By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III | Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Contributing Writers

The Severna Park Green Hornets "A" team defeated the Anne Arundel Optimists, 31-16, in an 8-10 Danny Ferry League basketball game Saturday at Crofton Middle School.

Richard Tuohey led the way for the Green Hornets with 10 points, and Jarrod Ross scored nine. Derek Dixon added five for the victors and Joe Burke, Gavin Floyd and Nick Richards chipped in two apiece.

Jon Taylor added a foul shot for the Hornets, and Tuohey and Ross were the team's rebounding leaders.

Earlier that day, Severna Park's "B" team defeated Maryland City, 18-8, to bring Severna Park's overall record to 36-3.

David Wagner paced the Hornets with nine points, followed by Deon Gough with six and Gil Goodrich with three.

* 10-12 boys -- Phil Conley's 16 points helped the Harundale Bulls to a 51-21 victory over Severna Park in a Ricky Pierce League game Saturday.

Tim Matthews and Larry Robinson added 14 and 10, respectively, and Jeff Bennett pitched in with six.

* 11-13 intramural -- Larry Robinson's 20 points led the Lakers (12-1) to a 42-28 win over the Spurs (4-9) in Saturday's Harundale Intramural League contest.

Nathaniel Hope scored 10 for the winners, and Jeff Bennett and Dave Wineke had nine and four points, respectively. David Watts paced the Spurs with 12, and Steve Fogler added eight.

Also on Saturday, the Suns upped their record to 6-7 by edging the 4-9 Kings, 41-40, behind Chris Dixon's 19 points.

Billy Volberding scored 14 for the winners, and Tim Matthews and Joey Knight registered 20 and 14, respectively, for the Kings.

Senior volleyball

Fenn Stallsmith led Norwood Garage (43-13) to a 3-1 (15-11, 14-16, 15-11, 15-5) win over Guardex (30-22) in last Tuesday's Pasadena Senior Volleyball League match.

Stallsmith was instrumental in setting up outside hitters Tim Nulty and Ron Ellencamp and provided outstanding net play. Bob Gordon had five kills and three blocks for the losers, and Gary Beverly and Charlie Gerkin had strong performances.

Also on Tuesday, Bob Sadler's four kills helped second-place Pro-Jersey (37-19) defeat last-place Printed Apparel (3-53). Game scores were 15-7, 15-11, 15-5, 15-5.


The Docksiders, the competitive arm of Maryland Gymnastics in Millersville, participated in the largest gymnastics meet in North America last weekend: the Buckeye Invitational.

The Docksiders joined more than 2,000 competitors from across the United States and the Canadian national team in Columbus, Ohio.

The Docksiders placed eighth of 23 teams in Level 7 Optional competition. Top performances were turned in by Jessica Herrell of Crownsville, Nina McFadden of Pasadena, Beth Paul of Severna Park, Allison Tufano of Columbia and Lindsey Stover of Severna Park.

Herrell placed 12th on beam and 10th on floor and McFadden took first on vault, 17th on beam and 18th on floor. Paul finished 17th on beam, Stover took 14th on floor and Tufano placed seventh on vault and 15th all-around.

Placing 10th out of 70 teams was the Docksiders' Level 8 team. Representing the Docksiders in the Level 8 competition were Sara Dolan of Ellicott City, Becky Singleton of Millersville, Marianne Vane of Severna Park, Amy Walton of Ellicott City, and Candace Sakraida of Bowie.

Sakraida was the top performer for the Docksiders, winning third place all-around. She placed fourth on beam, 11th on bars, 14th on vault and 15th on floor. Other notable performances were turned in by Walton (third on floor), Singleton (sixth on bars), Dolan (eighth on bars) and Vane (13th on floor, 15th on beam).

The Level 9-10 competition included more than 500 of the nation's top gymnasts, and four Docksiders placed in the top 20 in their events.

Elise Ray, last year's junior national champion, captured the second-place all-around award. Ray of Columbia was third on beam, 15th on floor and 20th on vault.

Ashley Powell of Pasadena placed in the top 20 in each of her events and finished 16th all-around. Krista Gole of Severna Park placed ninth on beam and Gemma Robison of Millersville was 15th on vault.

The Docksiders also recently competed in the Shenandoah Invitational at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.

The Docksiders' Level 5 and 6 Compulsory teams each placed first in the team competition, and the Level 7 team took second.

Winning team members on the Docksiders Level 5 team included Anna Marie Betag, Catherine Bishop of Severna Park, Jiselle Burkhalter, Jessica Herb, Andrea Petrocelli, Melissa Powell of Pasadena, Colleen Lowder of Crofton, Amber Simmons of Linthicum, Karen Kulesz of Glen Burnie and Emily Goodwin of Millersville. Powell led the team by finishing first in the all-around with 35.00.

Level 6 team members included Sonja Thorsvik of Glen Burnie, Katie Lloyd of Millersville, Lindsay Leader of Annapolis, Shanika Wright of Severn, Karen Pfarr of Bowie and Caroline Meyer of Pasadena. Meyer finished first in the all-around (34.65).

In the Level 7 competition, Catherine Hawkins of Davidsonville took first in the all-around with 34.25. Other Level 7 team members included Brooke Goodwin of Millersville and Linsey Walos of Arnold.

The Level 7 Optional squad also competed in the Perna Invitational last weekend in Westminster.

Competing for the Docksiders were Jenny Campbell of Severna Park, Pam Bradley of Columbia, Monica David of Pasadena and Amy Kiger of Bowie.

Kiger finished first on vault and floor and second all-around, and Bradley took second on bars and third all-around. David finished second on bars and third on floor. All of the competitors qualified for the Maryland Sectional competition.

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