Baseball* Over-30 men -- The Columbia Cardinals, who had...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

July 13, 1993|By Rich Scherr

Baseball

* Over-30 men -- The Columbia Cardinals, who had seemed invincible at times while winning their first eight games in the Howard County Masters League this season, were finally defeated, falling to Bethany Water Sports, 15-6, Sunday at Rockburn Branch Park.

Lou Caracci provided the big spark for Bethany (7-1), giving up one run on three hits in his five innings on the mound, and going 4-for-5 at the plate, with a two-run homer and two-run double.

Other hitting stars for the defending Division A champions included Bill Kolarek (4-for-6), Dave Funk (4-for-5, two-run homer) and Dave Dale (three-run homer). Ed Berger picked up the save, helping his cause by going 3-for-5.

The Cardinals (8-1) were led offensively by Jay Hughes (2-for-3, triple, RBI), Bill Ray (two-run homer) and Tom O'Neill (two-run homer).

The Cardinals will try to rebound Sunday when they take on McAllister's Diamond Dogs at Cedar Lane Park.

Youth basketball

8-9 boys -- It was a week for lopsided victories in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League, as two games were decided by a combined score of 46-8.

Steven Coursey's 16 points led the Junior Bulls over the Junior Knicks, 26-2. David Freund also had six points and Casey Gunn had four for the victors.

Ben Zwezg scored the only points for the Knicks.

In the other game, the Junior Sonics defeated the Junior Suns, 20-6.

Philip Boccuzzi had 10 points and Chad Gillenwater had eight for the Sonics. Anthony Gaither scored four and Daniel Younger scored two to pace the Suns.

10-12 boys -- David Wallace scored a game-high 14 points to lead the Wolverines over the Tar Heels, 26-8, in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League.

Will Gagne also had six points for the victors.

Thomas Brown had four points and Matt Oxford had two for the Tar Heels.

In the week's other game, four players shared in a balanced scoring attack as the Lobos defeated the Terps, 31-16.

Adam Holmwood led the Lobos with 12 points, Todd Yasbin had seven, Stefan Pastor had six and M. J. Maestas had six.

Eric Buchner had eight points, Ronald Coursey had six and Daniel Mattox had two to pace the Terps.

10-12 boys -- Tari Mitchell scored 15 to lead three players in double figures, as the Warriors defeated Bulls, 49-36, last week in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League.

Andrew Bednarzik also had 13 and Troy Hines 10 for the Warriors. Chris Oxford paced the Bulls with 15, and Matthew Zweig and James Dulaney each scored nine for the Bulls.

In the other game, Jeff Johnson scored 12 points and Patrick O'Guinn scored seven to lead the Magic over the Spurs, 44-28.

Donald Wallace II scored 13 and Nick Green scored eight to pace the Spurs.

Track and field

Fana and Rashida Walcott, students at Clarksville Elementary School, earned silver and bronze medals over the weekend at the National Age Group Track and Field Championships in Durham, N.C.

Competing in the girls sub-bantam division (7- 8-year-olds), Fana Walcott won a bronze in the 100 -- in 16.03, and anchored the second-place 4x100 relay team, which finished in 1 minute, 49.18 seconds.

Rashida Walcott took second in the shot put with a throw of 18 7/8 feet, and ran on the 4x400 relay team that came in fifth.

More than 2,400 athletes from 40 states competed in the event.

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