Lacrosse* 9-10 boys -- The Greens of the Howard County...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

June 03, 1993|By Rich Scherr

Lacrosse

* 9-10 boys -- The Greens of the Howard County Lacrosse Program notched two wins last week to stay undefeated.

Ryan Stevens scored four goals, Scott Kenworthy and Mark Skakle scored two apiece and Adam Kessler added one to lead the Greens to a 9-2 win over the Cavaliers.

Richard Cotton, Ken Lokey and Kenworthy also had assists. David Loeffler and Terrence Showers scored for the Cavaliers.

The Greens then came back with a 14-5 win over the Blue Jays. Kenworthy led the way with three goals and two assists, Skakle and Stevens had two goals and two assists and Mark Stochr had two goals.

J. D. Dvornicky, Eric Willie, Stephen Marshall and Jonathan Clark also scored, and Marshall had an assist. Jim Fontana, Joe Smoot, Tim Tittsworth, Tim Chryssikos and Mike Flato tallied for the Jays.

The playoffs start Saturday at 10:30 a.m. with the Cavaliers facing the Blue Jays at Northfield Elementary.

* 11-12 boys -- The Green Hornets continued to roll in the Howard County Lacrosse Program, outscoring opponents, 36-17, en route to three wins last week to remain unbeaten.

The Hornets began the week with a 14-7 win over the Anne Arundel Shamrocks, as Justin Worley and Ben Ryan each scored four goals, and Jimmy Dempsey and Taylor Fields scored two apiece. Matt Sniscak and Tom Kalynik also tallied for the victors.

The team then scored a 16-6 win over the Tar Heels, as Ryan had six goals and an assist and Worley added three goals and two assists. Dempsey (two) and Sniscak also scored for the Hornets, and Fields and Evan Parker added assists.

Their third victim was the Terps, who fell, 10-4. Sniscak scored four goals, Ryan had two goals and three assists, Dempsey had two goals and Fields and Worley also contributed.

Michael Wheat led the Terps' offense with two goals, and Mike Jackimowics and Pat McClammer each added one.

In other action, the Anne Arundel Shamrocks posted their first victory over a Howard County opponent, edging the Terps, 7-5. Chad Orzechowski and Jeff Palmer each scored twice for the Terps, and Jackimowics scored once.

The two teams will meet again Saturday at noon in the first round of the playoffs at Dunloggin Middle School.

The other game last week saw the Hurricanes score a 5-3 win over the Tar Heels, despite Alex Meshkin's hat trick.

* 13-14 boys -- Andy Lazzaro's two goals helped the Hawks to a 4-3 win over the Red Raiders last week in the Howard County Lacrosse Program.

Todd Brian and Gene Curtin also scored for the victors, and the Raiders got goals from Steve Venable, Ryan Aiken and Mark Sweester, with assists from Paul Gerhardt and Carl Noble.

The Raiders bounced back with a 5-3 win over the Anne Arundel Shamrocks as Venable (two goals), Aiken, Sweester and Aaron Richardson scored. Sweester and Gerhardt added assists.

Soccer

* 10-11 girls -- Ali Woods and Maggie Via each scored twice as the Centennial Blasters improved to 5-0 last week with a 4-1 victory over King's Contrivance in Soccer Association of Columbia neighborhood play.

Shelly Sinclair and Laura Chwirut provided offensive support, with Katie Buckley, Talia Morrison and Megan Houck anchoring the defense.

Daniela Klopp scored the goal for King's Contrivance.

* Under-12 boys -- The Columbia Blaze came away with a win and a tie in a home-and-home series last weekend against the Herndon Storm.

Traveling to Virginia for the first game, the Blaze played the Storm to a 2-2 tie. Mike Martin scored both Columbia goals, but the hosts answered each time. Robby Falk, Kenny Roberts, Conor Rector, Matt Wallace, Zach Heidepriem and Chris Hemerlein also played well.

Returning home for the second game, the Blaze won, 2-0. The Columbia team did all its scoring in the first half, as Aaron McKinley scored twice off feeds from Jeff Ebaugh and Danny Liparini.

Goalie Kevin Lyons and defenders Andy Hekimian, Terrell Gary, Mike Freitag, Martin and Falk helped ensure the shutout.

* Under-14 girls -- The Columbia Courage finished second in their division at the Hampden Township Memorial Day Tournament in Hampden, Pa.

The Courage defeated the Philadelphia Neo Rowdies, 4-1, in the opening round, played to scoreless ties with the Lenape Valley Wild Bees and GCV Wildcats and dropped a 4-0 decision to the Wild Bees in the final.

Julie Hastings led the offense with two goals -- both against Philadelphia -- and Stephanie Wu and Samm Oehl each scored once.

In Washington Area Soccer League play, the Courage played the SWYC Strikers to a 1-1 draw, as McCarthy scored the Columbia team's goal.

* Under-10 girls -- The Columbia Fury took top honors last weekend at the Columbia Memorial Day Tournament, going undefeated in five games and allowing just three goals.

The team won its division with wins over the Delaware Mustangs, 2-0, Mount Carmel Eagles, 4-0, and Trumbull (Conn.) Stingers, 3-2. In the semifinals, the Fury defeated the Delaware Mustangs, 2-0, to advance to the finals.

There, the Columbia team outlasted the MSI Falcons, 2-1, in sudden-death overtime.

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