Columbia Figure Skating Club performs well at Pa. competition

Recreation roundup

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

Six members of the Columbia Figure Skating Club of Maryland successfully competed last weekend in the Evelyn Boyer Skating Competition at the Old York Road Skating Club in Elkins Park, Pa.

Ten-year-old Anna Campos led the way, winning the figure and freestyle events in the First Test Division, with 13-year-old teammate Kim Rzemien taking fourth in both events.

In Intermediate competition, 13-year old Tracey Tyson finished second in figures and third in freestyle. Juveniles Christie Taylor and Lauren Clark, both 11, also fared well. Taylor took fifth in the freestyle and Clark placed third in figures and eighth in freestyle.

Fifteen-year-old Maureen Contreni also competed Sunday's Dance competition.

The event featured skaters from as far south as Tampa, Fla., and as far north as Massachusetts.

"It was a good chance for the kids to see what others are doing across the Eastern seaboard," said coach Paula Campos. "As a whole, it was a very good experience. I think they learned a lot."

The club is preparing for its performance of "Castle on a Cloud," scheduled for April 3-4 at Columbia Ice Rink. The show is a combination of "Wizard of Oz" and several memorable Broadway numbers. For tickets or information, call Paula Campos at (301) 498-5953.

Soccer

* Under-14 boys -- The Western Howard County Heat travel team posted a 6-1 victory over WHC-80 Friday night at Du Burns Arena in Baltimore.

With the score tied 1-1 at halftime, the Heat took control of the game. George Klisas started the scoring flurry with a breakaway across the middle and Nick Finkelsen then scored three goals to put the game out of reach.

Mike Wheat and Andy Walter added one goal apiece.

* Under-13 -- Sweeping four games and allowing only one goal, the Columbia Contact captured first place in the Maryland Soccer Shore Classic's under-13 bracket last weekend.

In the key game in the round-robin competition, Austin Smith's goal from deep in the corner with 10 seconds to play allowed the Contact to get past the Beach Pride, of Virginia Beach, 2-1. Chris Ford had tied the game earlier in the second half. In last year's Shore Classic, the Pride had beaten the Contact in the finals.

The Contact didn't allow a goal in its other three wins. Providing near-perfect defense were goalkeepers Chris Moe and Pat Nugent and fullbacks Jarod Blaney, Daniel Buchner, Steve Feddor, Louis Grimmel and Josh Mazalewski.

Mike Charamella scored both goals (one assisted by Ford) in a 2-0 opening win over the Penns Forest Spirit of Greensburgh, Pa.

Four different players -- Robbie Abramson, Tim Fritz, Smith and Ford -- scored in a 4-0 win over the Cecil Thrashers of Elkton. Nugent and Ryan Cox had assists.

A 2-0 win over the Bowie Blaze capped the weekend, with Jeff Walsh and Smith scoring on assists from Sam Salganik and Fritz. Kasty Jamaris played a strong game at midfield.

Columbia Contact is a SAC travel team that will play this spring in Division II of the National Capital Soccer League.

Basketball

* Adult -- The semifinals are set in the Sunday Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks Adult Basketball leagues.

In Division II action Sunday at Mount Hebron High School, Northern Division regular-season champion K.A.O.S. defeated the Baby Brigade, 56-39; Mutha's, the Eastern Division champion, eliminated the Lakers, 61-34; the Untouchables beat the Industrial Wastes, 37-30; and the Southern Division champion Dream On Team disposed of Milt's, 67-45.

Because of postponements caused by snow, both the semifinals and final will be Sunday at Centennial High School, with K.A.O.S. playingMutha's and the Untouchables taking on the Dream On Team.

In Division I action, Fred Frank Bailbonds, Dawg Brick, KnudseHomes and "The Burg" were all winners last Sunday. Division I also will play its semifinals and final Sunday, with Fred Frank Bailbonds taking on Dawg Brick and Knudsen Homes meeting "The Burg."

* 13-15 boys -- The Timberwolves' Bernie Dennison showed the Running Rebels why he's gained a reputation as one of the best post players in the league Sunday in the semifinals of the Supreme Sports Club post-season tournament.

Dennison had 26 points and 31 rebounds to lead the T-Wolves to a 54-44 win over the Rebels.

Aisha Wallott also played well, scoring six and dishing out nine assists. Mike Brown led the Rebels with 12 points and Damon Cole added 10.

The Timberwolves will meet the Wildcats, who were 57-50 winners over the Hornets, in this week's final.

Ellwood Greene and Kirk Hanton paced the Wildcats on offense and Chris Oxford pulled down 25 rebounds.

Simon Bwalya had 22 points and 15 rebounds, and Ron Gamble added 16 points to lead the Hornets.

Ice hockey

Howard County entries won two first-place trophies and three seconds in the season-ending "B" Tournament in Beaver Falls, Pa.

Championships were won by the Bantam and Squirt B2's, and the Mites, Pee Wees and Squirt B1's were runners-up.

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