Baseball * 10-11 -- Pitcher David Sikorski of the Clark's...


June 22, 1993|By Rich Scherr

Baseball * 10-11 -- Pitcher David Sikorski of the Clark's Hardware Padres helped make his team's final regular-season game in the Howard County Youth Program Minor League a memorable one.

pitched four strong innings to pick up the win, and went 4-for-4 with a triple and three runs to help the Padres upend the Standard Medical Imaging, Inc. Royals, 14-4.

Other key contributors for the victors were Jay Clark (3-for-4, two runs), Paul Turner (3-for-3, three runs), pitcher David Goldburg (two shutout innings) and Tim Smoker (2-for-2, two runs).

The Royals took a 3-0 lead in the first before the Padres scored five in the bottom of the inning and rolled to victory.

* 30-over men -- The Columbia Cardinals ran their record to 7-0 on Sunday with a 13-3 win over the Stingers in Howard County

Masters League action at Rockburn Branch Park.

Trailing 3-1 in the fourth inning, the Cardinals scored five runs, getting back-to-back home runs by Pete Hughes and Daryll Jefferson.

Henry Wong and Bill Ray also had bases-empty home runs, while Mike Briel (2-for-3, RBI), Hoss Von Paris (2-for-4, two RBI) and Joe Lomascolo (2-for-4, two RBI) contributed key hits.

Ray pitched the first five innings to pick up his fourth win, and Briel recorded his first save with four scoreless innings.

Jack Hoffman went 2-for-4 with two RBI to pace the Stingers.

The Cardinals play Little Caesars Sunday at Cedar Lane Park.


* 16-year-old boys -- The Columbia Storm captured the prestigious Virginia Beach Soccer Festival title last weekend with victories over teams from Virginia, Maryland and Ohio.

Two goals by David Koloski, with assists from Chris Folkemer and Brent Ormiston led to a 2-0 opening-game win against the Ohio state champions. John Moore, Tim Walton and Oliver Marquis controlled the defense.

In the second game, Brad Terrill and Koloski scored to help the Storm defeat Norfolk, 2-0. Damian Kapcala, Rich Buehler and Jim Milne led the offense.

Columbia then advanced to the final with a 2-1 win over the Baltimore Phoenix. Ryan Rees and Folkemer scored the Storm goals with help from Ryan Pollack and Chris Diggs.

In the championship game, the Storm rallied from a 1-0 deficit against the Ohio Select to tie the game on a diving header by Terrill, forcing a shootout. There, keeper Joel Sackett made three key saves while Folkemer, Terrill, Kapcala and Brian Dietzel scored to secure the trophy for coach Jim Carlan.


The finals are set in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League after a weekend of semifinal action.

* 8-9 -- The Nets and the Clippers scored victories to earn berths in Sunday's final.

The Nets defeated the Bullets, 16-14, and the Clippers beat the Magic, 25-15. Paul Thompson paced the Clippers with 10 points and Devin Ruocco had eight. Mike Wong (seven points) and Will Young (six) led the Magic.

* 10-12 -- North Carolina will meet Indiana on Sunday after both scored convincing wins.

North Carolina defeated Maryland, 45-29, as Cheo Barbosa led the way with 29 points and 18 rebounds. Greg Lambert also had 13 steals and nine rebounds for the victors.

Justin Brewer paced Maryland with 23 points.

In the other semifinal, Ryan Howard scored 20 to propel Indiana over Duke, 44-36. Nick Marks and Adam Joss each scored 12 to pace Duke.

In the consolation game, Michigan defeated Kansas, 34-18.

13-15 -- After handing each other their only loss in the regular season, the Knicks and the Celtics will meet in the final Sunday.

The Knicks earned their spot with a 65-46 victory over the Lakers as Darnerien McCants scored 26. Donald Wallace II also scored 15 for the victors, and Chris Oxford had 10 rebounds.

Tari Mitchell scored 24 to pace the Lakers.

The Celtics beat the Suns, 52-38, to earn their place in the final. Dan Whye led the Celtics with 25 points, and Keilan Matthews paced the Suns with 14.

In the consolation, the Blazers easily defeated the Bulls, 71-38. Mike Brown (26 points) and Bernie Dennison (23) led the Blazers. Nick Greene had 14 to pace the Bulls.

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