Youth baseball * 18-and-under boys -- Bernie Walter's Mayo...


June 22, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski

Youth baseball * 18-and-under boys -- Bernie Walter's Mayo Post 226 American Legion baseball team defeated the Gunther's Little Orioles, 15-5, in an interleague game Sunday at Arundel High School.

Ryan Scott (Old Mill) homered twice and had a double and four RBI for Mayo and third baseman Brian Sands (Arundel) went 3-for-3 with an RBI and a double.

Phil McGinnis (Old Mill) went 3-for-4 with two RBI and two doubles and teammate Blair Givans (Arundel) added a two-run single. Mike Fairbanks (Arundel) went 3-for-4, including a double.

Jeff Haynie started on the mound for Mayo before handing the ball over to winning pitcher Wade Rolocut.

Mayo, which will take on the Patriots in a doubleheader at 6 tonight at Arundel High, picked up three runs in the first and second innings, added two runs in both the third and fourth innings and then tacked on five more in the sixth. Mayo collected 16 hits for the day.

The Little Orioles fell to 25-3 while Mayo improved to 19-4. The Little Orioles will play host to Glen Burnie tonight in a Connie Mack game at Sixth Street Field in Brooklyn.

13-and-under boys -- The Pasadena Panthers improved to 9-0 by defeating the Peninsula Athletic League last week, 5-2.

Dave Dolch pitched a one-hitter for the Panthers and Jeff Brown, Mark Sutton and John Jones each contributed an RBI.

Earlier in the week, the Panthers defeated Crofton Red, 14-3, as Adam Sutton and Tommy Lupinek combined for the win. Mike Drain and Jay Brandt were combined for seven hits and eight RBI.

John Jones pitched a no-hitter for the Panthers in a victory over GORC Gold. B. J. Ford, Brian Griffith, Adam Sutton and Greg Tyson combined to drive in 10 runs.


* 10-12 girls -- The Mayo Mustangs captured the championship of the Cape St. Claire Invitational Softball Tournament by defeating the Davidsonville Gators, 23-12.

The Mustangs advanced to the final by defeating two of three Cape St. Claire opponents. Mayo won, 11-10, on Friday night, lost, 10-6, on Saturday afternoon and then came back that evening to record a 20-8 victory.

The Mustangs received solid defensive support throughout the tournament from outfielders Katie Ward, Tiffany Sweeney, Krisy Helmlinger, Katie Lescallett and Stacy Hull; infielders Shannon Russell, Bridget Morgan, Stacy Hull, Kristy Lescallett, Keri Fate, Heather Collison and Wendy Hill; pitchers Cindy Hill and Kelly Peake; and catcher Erin Stallings.

* 13-15 girls -- Sherry Goodman (12-2) of the Brooklyn Park Improvement Association pitched a one-hitter last Tuesday in a 10-0 win over the Lighthouse Inn.

* 16-and-under -- The Rivera Beach Spirit captured first place in the Maryland ASA Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament by winning seven straight games last weekend -- including five on Sunday.

On Saturday, the Spirit dropped its opener to the Bayside Blues of Calvert County. The 3-2 loss put the Spirit into the losers bracket of the double-elimination tournament.

Rivera Beach went on to defeat Severna Park (11-0) and the Maryland Magic (5-0) that same day.

Jacqlyn Elliot emerged as the winning pitcher against Severna Park and pitcher Crystal Ray had a no-hitter for 6 1/3 innings in the win over the Magic.

Jen Johansen doubled in Tammy Barrington in the first inning for what proved to be the winning run against Severna Park and Ray helped her own cause against the Maryland Magic by tripling before being doubled in by catcher Jennifer Fowlkes.

During Sunday's marathon, the Spirit defeated the Glen Burnie Outlaws (5-2), Caroline County (3-1) and the Anne Arundel County Blazers (9-8) to advance to the finals. There, the Spirit again faced the undefeated Bayside Blues, winning 7-4 and 5-4.

Jen Johansen went 3-for-4 with two doubles, a triple and two RBI in the first game and Fowlkes went 3-for-3.

In the second game, the Spirit was down 4-1 in the bottom of the seventh and scored four runs to win. Ray drove in Fowlkes for the game-winner.

"It was the most courageous and guttiest performance I've ever seen," said Rivera Beach coach Dennis Benner. "On Sunday, the girls played for 12 hours straight and it was just a total team effort. For them to come back the way they did was unbelieveable."

* Over-55 men -- Second-place Spindler's (10-4) and sixth-place Arthur's (2-10) split in a Pasadena Over-55 league game last Tuesday.

Spindlers won the first game, 15-3, and lost the second, 9-8.

Fourth-place Ken Michael's (8-4) took two games from last-place Last Chance (0-12) by scores of 2-1 and 18-11. Ken Michael's Vernon Wolfrey had five hits and five RBI for the day.

Third-place Betty and Jakes downed the Greyhounds, 17-2, behind the bats of Don Good and Bill Hamer. Good went 3-for-3 with two RBI and Hamer went 2-for-2 with two RBI.

On Thursday night, third-place Betty and Jakes (9-5) took two from Stewart AGIP, 15-3 and 11-5. Bob Dennis (three RBI) and Fran Pilarski (two RBI) both went 3-for-3 in the first game.

Good and Larry Luckeroth both went 3-for-3 with two RBI each in the second game. Last Chance (1-13) earned its first win of the season, a 19-18 thriller over Arthur's (4-10). Arthur's regrouped in the second game and won, 22-8.

The Danny's and Spindlers combined team recently competed in the Senior Olympics in Baton Rouge, La. Betty and Jakes will represent Maryland in the Trenton N.J. Garden State Classic.

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