Perna's Ebaugh vaults to top in Class 6 state meet

Recreation roundup

April 29, 1993|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer

Perna Gymnastics Club's Erica Ebaugh achieved the top all-around score at Sunday's Class 6 state championship meet.

Competing in the 10-11 age bracket, she scored a 35.95, best among the roughly 60 gymnasts in that bracket and fifth highest among those at Level 6.

Ebaugh scored 9.10 on vault (first), 8.40 on uneven bars, 9.05 on balance beam (second) and 9.40 on floor exercises.

Six other Perna Gymnasts competed in the Level 6 12-14 bracket.

Cindy Reese scored a 33.30 all-around, Jamie Horness 28.65, Kasey Thomas 29.75, Jessica Bracken 33.45 (including a ninth-place 9.00 on vault), Emily Lindner 33.05 (including a third-place 9.25 on vault) and Michele Winebrunner 32.90.

Westminster Little League

* Majors -- A no-hitter by Robert Andalora and Justin Jarrett

highlighted the first week of play.

Andalora struck out three and Jarrett seven in their Giants' 9-1 win over the Vets. Gordon Stebling went 3-for-3 with two RBI and Matt Frame, 2-for-4 with two runs for the winners.

Those two Giants pitchers also combined for a two-hitter in a 6-2 win over the Dodgers. Jarrett hit two doubles.

Donald Boone and Brett Ebersole gave up a combined two hits and Chris Sizemore went 2-for-4 to lead the Yankees over the Vets, 10-1.

The Orioles edged the Dodgers, 2-1, on a tie-breaking RBI single by Ed Dill in the fifth inning. Orioles pitchers Russ Suback, Eric Hofmann and Scott Carnegie gave up only three hits. Dodgers pitchers Travis Zepp, Ian Redding and Tod Thompson also gave up only three.

The Yankees hung on to edge the Red Sox, 7-6. Donald Boone and Matt Bordner each pitched two scoreless innings for the Yankees.

Freedom Optimist lacrosse

* 9-11 Boys -- Green edged Gray, 7-6, behind two goals apiece from Patrick Wynne (who also had two assists), Kris Gooding and Travis Bucclo. Anthony Aschena added a goal for Green.

Scott Perngia and Adam White scored twice each for Gray. Tim Kosyjana had a goal and assist for Gray. Denny Kosyjana scored a goal.

Peter Schaffer had four goals and an assist, as Orange topped Blue, 9-5.

For Orange, Justin Waagbo and Chad Parker each scored twice and assisted once, Ben Becker scored once and Steve Miller added two assists. John Mark Bryson had eight saves.

For Blue, Evan Cunningham scored three times, Adam Richmond and Jason Veneziani had one each. Veneziani had six saves.

* 12-14 Boys -- Gold topped Orange, 11-8, behind four goals by Ryan Blair and three from Lee Windsor, who added an assist.

John Bollinger scored twice for the winners and Kacey Norris and Gunnar Burdt once each. Burdt also had three assists.

For Orange, Rob Onda had three goals and one assist; Brian Folem had two goals; and Jay Surejay, Mark Manger and Jason FTC Wilder had one goal each. Wilder and Ben Anderson each had an assist.

Zack Dietrich and Mike Rabinowitz scored three goals apiece and Patrick Wynne two to lead White over Black, 11-7. Kevin Roy, Andy Seivoid and Doug Richmond scored once each for the winners.

Charles Gibson and Mike Pearsall had three and two goals, respectively, for Black, and Tim Hymiller and Mike Ingram scored one each. Bruce Savres had 13 stops for Black; Seivoid had eight for White.

* Girls -- Kate Kramer had five goals in Reds' 10-8 win over Green. Ashley Hancock and Heather Brown scored three and two goals, respectively, for the winners.

Kari Evans scored three times for Green, Kris Kincaid and Amanda Hughes scored twice each and Carly Snoops scored once. Green's Melissa Peddicord had eight saves.

Jenny Scott scored six goals to pace Dark Blue over Purple, 13-5. Courtney Walker had three goals for Dark Blue, Erin Flynn had two and Mandy Silberman and Jane Priti had one each.

Purple's Christine Worozbyt and Aja Walsh had two goals each, Brooke Maynard had one goal and Krista O'Brien had an assist.

Jen Berarduci and Kate Kramer had their team's only goals, as Red lost, 8-2, to Light Blue.

Orange topped Green, 13-9, as Lyndsey Pyles scored five goals for the winners. Jenny Joran had three, Gina Narbi two and Lyndsay Pohlit, Danielle Rowley, and Dawn Schreiner, one apiece.

April Shaw had four scores for Green. Cynthia Voight, Allison Smith, Kari Evans, Amanda Hughes and Cynthia Gorman added one each.

Circle lacrosse

Mike Gooding's three goals and one assist lifted Orange over Gold, 5-1. Mike Mandella and Nicholas Behr added a goal each. Matt Davis had Gold's score.

Seth Hidey had all his team's goals in Gray's 4-3 win over Red. Chris Schreiner scored twice for Red, and Brian Phillips scored once.

Gamber-Smallwood lacrosse

Gamber-Smallwood led all the way to top Edgewood, 9-5, in a Maryland Youth Lacrosse Association girls age 13-14 bracket game.

Rachel Tyree scored four goals for the winners, Becky Buppert, two, and Amy Bittinger, Courtney Beirne, and Tami Menella, one each.

Karey Tomlin and Paige Bradley had nine and seven saves, respectively, for Gamber.


Holmes Tire topped Safari's Restaurant, 11-8, in Sunday's finals at Woodbine's Salt Box Park to win the Mount Airy Men's Softball League Preseason Tournament for the second consecutive year.

Safari pitcher Mike Minch, who hit three home runs in the tournament, was named Most Valuable Player.

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