4 county players on Crown All-Stars roster


July 18, 1993|By PAT O'MALLEY

It's a Sunday sportsmorgasbrowse day sports fans.

* Four Anne Arundel County baseball players will get a thrill today when they play in the annual Crown High School All-Star Game at Camden Yards following the Orioles and Minnesota Twins game.

State 4A champion Arundel will be represented by All-Metro first baseman Tim Giles and All-County DH Mike Cozzone. Old Mill All-County left-hander Lee Haney and second team All-County pitcher Joe York of North County will also play for the South against the North.

The fifth Anne Arundel player selected, All-Metro catcher John Milisitz of Severna Park will not play. Milisitz signed a pro contract with the Milwaukee Brewers.

* If you showed up Thursday night at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie to watch pro boxing and got surprised when there was no ring

and no fighters, please, accept the regrets of promoters Josh Hall and Victoria Savaliski of Round One Promotions?

"We had to call it off because several of the Virginia fighters did not show up for the [mandatory] weigh-in Wednesday," said Savaliski on Thursday morning.

"We've rescheduled an Arena show for Aug. 19," said Savaliski, who can be reached for more information at 760-2699.

* How about congrats to Severna Park's All-Metro offensive lineman Chad DuBeau for being named to the inaugural Chesapeake Classic set for 7:30 p.m. July 24 at Byrd Stadium, the University of Maryland?

The Chesapeake Classic will match the top seniors from Maryland and Virginia, and certainly, DuBeau, the main escort in the Falcons' run oriented offense, belongs among them.

For ticket information call Jerry Franks at (301) 855-7932 or Don ,, Rushing at (301) 598-7815.

* Did you know that Arundel High's head football coach Bill Zucco is still looking for assistant coaches to fill his Wildcat staff? If interested give Zuke a holler on (410) 672-2261 (nights) or (410) 674-6500 (days).

* Postseason college softball and baseball honors still coming in for Stacy Matchuk, ex-Chesapeake All-County pitcher now at Georgian Court, and Rob McCandless, former All-County and All-Metro infielder from Severna Park now at Radford University.

Matchuk went 12-2 as a freshman and was named a second team All-America after giving up just four earned runs in 83 innings. She was named to the All-New Jersey nine-team as Rookie of the Year, and the All-District 31 team.

McCandless, who played third base at Radford, was named to the Big South conference All-Tournament team. The right-handed hitter batted .400 (8-for-20) in the Big South Tournament in leading the Highlanders to a runner-up finish to Liberty.

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