Recreation Roundup

September 16, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski

Football

* 140-pounders -- Sean Williams' 2-yard touchdown run with no time left tied the game and Tim Wilburn's pass to Kiki Ellis for the point-after gave the Andover Apaches a 7-6 win over the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels, in last weekend's Anne Arundel County Youth Football League season-opener for both squads.

The Apaches' defense, which stopped the Rebels three times inside the 10-yard-line, was led by middle linebacker David Kessler (10 tackles), safety Shawn Gaither (seven tackles), middle linebacker Sean Williams (six tackles), outside linebacker Danny Rosales (five tackles) and Ellis (five tackles).

* 75-pounders -- The Andover Apaches defeated the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels, 25-0, in their season-opener last Saturday at Rebel Field in Glen Burnie.

The Apaches rushed for more than 200 yards behind a solid performance by their offensive line, and Andover's defense forced the Rebels into two turnovers.

Nick Minor's 2-yard overtime run coupled with Aaron Holmes' extra-point run enabled GORC to nip Severn, 7-6, Saturday. Randy Johnson's pass to Kyle Mundy helped set up the winning score.

* 90-pounders -- Jimmy Richardson scored two touchdowns and Matt Norwood led the defense with five tackles and one sack as the Andover Apaches rolled over the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels, 31-0, in last weekend's opener for both squads.

Justin Malove, Cedric Murphy and Eric Pinkney each scored a touchdown to round out the scoring for the Apaches and Kevin Mitchell and Lewis Anusziewski each had three tackles for the victors, who led at the half, 19-0.

* 105-pounders -- The Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council Wildcats opened their season with a 27-6 victory Saturday over the Severn Savages.

GORC got on the scoreboard in the first quarter when Terence Dorsey, who finished the day with 96 yards on 12 carries, ran in from 7 yards out. Kris Lundborg added the extra-point run to give the Wildcats a 7-0 advantage.

Running back Norris Roy scored the Wildcats' next two touchdowns on runs of 12 and 20 yards. Roy rushed for 73 yards on 13 carries and Lundborg completed three passes to Roy for 42 yards.

Justin Golliday closed out the scoring for GORC in the fourth quarter with a 4-yard run.

Severn's only touchdown came on a 60-yard run in the second quarter by Darren Johnson.

GORC had 271 yards total offense and the Wildcats' defense held the Savages to 118 yards total offense.

The Wildcats' defense was led by Lundborg and Roy with six tackles each and Golliday and Dorsey with four unassisted stops apiece. Other defensive standouts for GORC included defensive linemen Andre Denny, Brian Snow, Floyd Manor, Mark Tribett and Henry Hanburger.

Severn coach Dennis Williams lauded the defensive play of linebackers Jarrod Ross and Kirk Barrett, along with defensive back J. R. Davis. Center Cody Tober's efforts on the offensive line also drew praise.

* 120-pounders -- Terrell Ross scored two touchdowns while Everett Anderson scored one in GORC's 18-12 win over Severn on Saturday.

Running backs Denny Hall and Claude Parker contributed to the Wildcats' offensive effort. Kenny Hayden was also lauded for his field leadership.

Youth soccer

* 19-and-under girls -- Defense played a big role in the Severna Park Alliance's 2-0 shutout win over Washington Area Girls Soccer League Division I foe Columbia Spirit.

Alliance coach Tom Ehart praised his defensive unit of Carrie Budzinski, Erin Wylde, Jessica Hines (all of Severna Park High), Kristin Buckley (St. Mary's) and Lindsay Waxler (Wilde Lake).

"It was just a good defensive effort. It looks like we have a very good defensive unit. We should have lots of shutouts this season," said Ehart.

Amy Adams (Broadneck) scored the first goal for the Alliance in the first half on a left-footed shot from 20 yards out. Kristin Briggs (Northeast) added the last goal in the second half on an assist from Buckley. Goalie Erin Hon (St. Mary's) collected 15 saves.

Severna Park will play host to the Harford Shakedowns at 4 p.m. Saturday at Severna Park High School and the Richmond (Va.) Mistx at 2 p.m. Sunday at Kinder Park.

* 17-and-under girls -- The Severna Park Kickers blanked the Columbia Jets, 3-0, in their WAGS Division II opener at Howard Community College on Sunday.

Jill Jones (Arundel), Catherine Larsen (Old Mill), and Laura Basil (Chesapeake) each scored a goal, while Dana Curran (Annapolis) and Corina Sonberg (Old Mill) each had an assist.

Angie Zittle (four saves) and Marcia Lavin (three) shared time in the Severna Park nets, as the Kickers outshot the Jets, 23-8.

"Our defensive midfield did an incredible job through the whole game," said Severna Park coach Mel Kohler, whose first-place team will travel to Lawrence Park, Va., to take on Southwestern on Sunday. "The key to [the win] was our transition game. The ball movement was excellent."

* 12-and-under girls -- Lindsey Turney's four goals led all scorers in the Arundel Soccer Association's 8-0 win over Greater Severna Park in an Anne Arundel Youth Soccer League game Saturday.

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