Soccer -- * Under-12 boys -- Mike Mooney's Severna Park...


June 17, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski

Soccer -- * Under-12 boys -- Mike Mooney's Severna Park Sting ended its National Capital Soccer League season last week with a 4-2 victory over the Bowie Cardinals.

Adam Young led the way for Severna Park with two goals, the first on an assist by Mark Stickler and the second by Greg Wojtech.

Wojtech opened the scoring on a feed from Steve Novak and Sean McGarry closed out the Sting scoring on a corner kick.

Overall, the Sting outscored its NCSL opponents, 19-10. Rounding out the squad are Reb Beatty, Jay Cline, Bernie Edwards, Brett Johnson, John Logan, Billy Mooney, Jon Parisi, Reid Shaklee, Jon Shedlosky, Tim Smith, Joe Weidman, Travis Wells and Adam Young.

* 16-and-under girls -- The Severna Park Kickers recently won the Washington Area Girls Soccer League 16-and-under Division II title, closing their season with two shutout victories.

Last week, the Kickers blanked the Bowie Lightning, 4-0, as Stephanie Dull scored a game-high two goals. Krissy Kohlhepp booted in a direct kick from near the midfield line, and Sarah

Meehan (one assist) tallied the remaining goal.



North Arundel Hospital recently conducted its fifth annual golf tournament under near-perfect conditions at Turf Valley Country Club in Ellicott City.

The tournament included 227 golfers and raised nearly $45,000 for the hospital's orthopedic-surgical department.

The tournament was a best-ball format with longest-drive and closest-to-the-pin contests.

Chip Blomquist, Greg Greene, Albert Gregorio and Jim Bushby comprised the winning foursome as they finished 12-under par.

* Best-ball foursomes turned the fifth annual President's Invitational Golf Tournament into a real scramble last month at Dwight D. Eisenhower Golf Course in Crownsville.

The event, which took in $11,800, benefits the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation Inc., which assists the college with scholarships, equipment and faculty development.

Two Annapolis teams and a foursome from Pasadena finished in a three-way tie for first place with scores of 61. Just a stroke behind as runners-up in the 18-hole contest were two other foursomes.

Sharing first-place honors were James Deckman, Joe McElhenny, Steve Stowe and Mike McElhenny, sponsored by Griffith's of Annapolis; Bruce Neale, Bob Royer, Scott Edwards and Bill Edwards, sponsored by D.M. Distributors of Pasadena; and Chip Brendle, Gary Brendle, Gary Jefferson and Wilbur Dove, sponsored by Brendle Enterprises/Altruistic Vending of Annapolis.

David VanNoy won two airline tickets to a destination of his choice for knocking his ball closest to the pin on the sixth hole, and Chip Brendle won a driver for putting his ball closest to the pin on the 17th hole.

Scott Edwards took home a new putter for recording the day's longest drive off the 16th tee.

Youth baseball * 11-12 -- The Riviera Beach Little League Royals closed out the season last week by winning the league championship.

The Royals (12-2) averaged 12 runs a game during their championship season while yielding only five runs per outing.

Jimmy Shaw, who was voted the team's Most Valuable Player, batted a team-high .629 and was 6-0 on the mound. Brian Madjai was second on the Royals' hit-list with a .585 average and 22 runs scored, followed by Butch Santucci (.500, 21 runs), Chuck Stack (.457) and Tommy Foster (.429).

Providing the Royals with solid defense throughout the season were outfielders Dennis Gentile, Mike Warren, Andrew Fleck, Andy Sleight and Jim Ireland.

* 14-and-under -- Left-hander Curt Smith (6-0) and right-hander Mike Evans (4-0) threw back-to-back shutouts for the Kazmarek Little Orioles (36-0).

Smith tossed a four-hitter with eight strikeouts and two walks to blank Severna Park (7-12) in Baltimore Metro league play. Jason Sieklicki and Rico Pagan each were 2-for-2 with two RBI.

Evans fired a two-hitter to shut out the Pasadena Bulls, 15-0, in the Maryland Hot Stove Sunday League. Evans struck out seven and did not walk a batter and was supported by two hits each

from Chris Calvert and Chad Duncan.

* 16-18 -- Gunther's Little Orioles (23-1) was the only local team not to be beaten last weekend by two teams visiting from Raleigh, N.C.

Gunther's edged Raleigh, 6-5, Friday on Bob Christopher's homer in the bottom of the sixth with Mike Goldberg getting the win in relief and Jason White a save.

Brandon Agamennone pitched Mayo Post 226 to a 6-2 win over Raleigh Friday.

Raleigh swept Mayo in a double-header Saturday by scores of 6-4 and 7-1 and knocked off the Patriots, 9-6, in eight innings before bowing to the Little Orioles, 12-11, Saturday.

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