Basketball Tony Stewart of Laurel had a week to remember...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

August 24, 1993|By Rich Scherr

Basketball Tony Stewart of Laurel had a week to remember at the recent Five-Star Basketball Camp at Robert Morris College in Pittsburgh.

Stewart, a 6-foot-3 shooting guard, first was named to the camp's All-Star team for his performance for the week of July 28 to Aug. 3.

He then led his team to the no-dribble title at the backcourt camp for guards, Aug. 3-6.

The 17-year-old will be a senior at Atholton High this fall.

* 13-15 boys -- The Spurs of The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League had three players score in double figures in their game against the Magic on Sunday.

But it was a little luck that helped preserve the 65-62 win.

The Magic had a chance to send the game into overtime with time running out, but a desperation three-point attempt rolled around the rim several times before coming out as the buzzer sounded.

Antwan Ellis led the Spurs (5-1) with 22 points, and Nick Green and Donald Wallace II added 17 and 14, respectively.

Patrick O'Guinn paced the Magic (1-5) with 13 points, followed by Jeff Wu with 12 and Chris Smith with 11.

* 10-12 boys -- The Hoyas stayed perfect in Supreme Sports Club play, improving their record to 6-0 on Sunday with a 37-31 win over the Tar Heels.

Garth DeAngelis led the winners with 13 points, and Trevor Randall added 11. Cheo Barbosa had 17 and Thomas Browne added 14 to lead the Tar Heels (3-3).

the other game, Omar Bradford scored 10 points and Cole Younger and Allen Scott had eight apiece as the Hurricanes (3-3) defeated the Lobos, 35-29.

Franklin Waller had nine and Todd Yasbin had eight to lead the

Lobos (4-2).

* 8-9 boys -- The Junior Spurs improved their record to 5-1 with a 27-22 win over the Junior Suns last week in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League.

Chad Gillenwater had 10 points to pace the Spurs.

Anthony Gaither had 10 points to lead the Suns (2-4).

The other game of the week was a defensive battle, as the

Junior Bulls held off the Junior Knicks, 11-8.

Steve Coursey led all scorers with five points for the Bulls (4-2). David Freund added four, Brian Thomas, two.

Rashida Walcott and Benjamin Zweig scored four each to lead the Knicks (2-4).

Football

The Columbia Football Association announced the coaches of its seven youth teams last week.

They are: 7-9 Columbia Bulldogs, Richard Shepherd; 7-9 Cedar Lane Bulldogs, Rick Valentine; 8-10 Columbia, Anthony Moore; 9-11 Columbia, Bart Duerr; 10-12 Columbia, John McDowell; 10-12 Cedar Lane, Mike Adelstein; 11-13 Columbia, Fred Brooks.

Each of the teams will participate in youth football leagues under the banner of the Maryland Football Association.

The CFA begins play Saturday, when the teams will participate in the annual Columbia Classic youth football games at Cedar Lane Park, phase II starting at 10 a.m.

The Classic will feature the Columbia Bulldogs against teams from around the Baltimore metropolitan area.

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Note: To submit information for the Howard County recreation roundup, call (410) 521-0505.

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