Kickers boot Lightning, 12-1

Recreation roundup

April 29, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | John Harris III and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writers

The Severna Park Soccer Association Kickers under-16 Washington Area Girls soccer team opened its season last weekend with a 12-1 win over the Bowie Lightning.

Dana Curran of Annapolis High led the Kickers with four goals. Broadneck's Stephanie Dull had a hat trick and one assist.

Bethanne Houck of Severna Park added two goals, and Chrissy Kohlhepp, Laura Basil and Catherine Larsen had one goal each for the victors. Karen Diacont of Arundel Middle had two assists.

The SPSA Kickers under-15 indoor soccer team improved its record to 10-1-1 by blowing past the Greater Glen Burnie Hurricanes, 8-0, last week.

Tara Theis led the Kickers with three goals, followed by Jill Jones (two goals), Larsen (two goals), Jessica Baker (three assists), Jen Davis (one goal) and Sarah Horn and Missy Silver (one assist each).

* Under-9 boys -- The Severna Park Raiders raised their National Capital Soccer League record to 2-0 by defeating the Springfield Youth Club, 4-0.

Brian Borden, Kyle Dixon, Sheehan Murphy and Danny Polm scored a goal each for the Raiders, and Simon Groseclose and Sheehan Murphy were credited with an assist each.

George Everly and J. P. Murphy combined for the shutout.

* Under-12 boys -- The Severna Park Sting reached the semifinals of the Maryland Cup Soccer Tournament by defeating Columbia in its opener, 1-0, and the Seneca Fury, 2-0, in the second round.

Billy Mooney provided the winning goal for the Sting in its victory over perennial power Columbia. He was assisted by Adam Young. Midfield standouts for Severna Park were Jon Shedlosky, Mark Stickler, Steve Novak, Billy Mooney, Travis Wells and Joe Weidman.

Reb Beatty had nine saves for the Sting, with help from defenders Reid Shaklee, Jon Parisi, Bernie Edwards, Sean McGarry, Tim Smith and John Logan.

Beatty had two saves in the Sting's shutout of Montgomery County's Seneca Fury. Novak and Young each had unassisted goals.

* Under-12 girls -- The Arundel Soccer Association Jets boosted their record over the .500 mark with a 3-1 win over the St. Jane Soccer Club in a County Youth Soccer League game Sunday.

Erin Calloway, Stacey Jackowski and Abria Queen scored a goal each. Other standouts included Jennifer Cahill, Jessica Greer and Jessica Agorsor.


The Fort Smallwood Optimists Red Wings opened their Bronco League season with a 9-9, darkness-suspended game against Severn No. 6.

Tom Fitch had two hits in two trips at the plate for the Red Wings, and Sean Riley, Shane Tully and Ryan Rudloff had a base hit each. Fitch and Tully hooked up for an outstanding defensive play in the third inning. Fitch threw out a Severn runner attempting to score on a single, and Tully was run over by the base runner but hung on to the ball.

Riley struck out six while walking four and giving up one run in four innings of relief. The game will resume May 22.

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