Recreation Roundup

September 16, 1993|By Mike Nortrup

Soccer

* Under-14 -- Todd Cheney scored three goals and Greg Shipe and Will Wilford each added two as Red blanked Green, 7-0, in Sandymount Soccer League action last week. Gold edged Lite Blue, 1-0, on a second-half goal by Adam Reese.

* Under-11 -- Purple put out the Flames, 8-4. James Morton scored four goals for Purple, Jerry Laumann three, and Julie Bright added one.

Derek Baumgardner led the Flames with two goals and Alyssa Fisher and Jason Gerrard each scored one.

The Blue Thunder topped the White Knights, 6-2. Jason Holman and David Ledford led the way with two goals apiece for the winners, with Meghan Willis and Daniel Bodrogi each adding one.

Josh Schonberger and Matt Thompson scored the Knights' goals.

Jared Imhoff's three goals were not enough as Lite Blue edged his Orange team, 4-3.

Scott Baker's two goals paced the winners. Ryan Richards and Kevin Collins each had one.

Goalkeeper Eric Saxton played an excellent defensive game as his Green Dragons blanked the Red Fireballs, 5-0.

Ronnie Harris scored twice and Andy Kuchera, Tommy Cunningham and Brandon Wood each tallied once.

Football

Westminster topped North Carroll, 16-6, in a Carroll County Football League 11-under game last week.

Mike Taylor paced the winners on offense. He opened the scoring with a 96-yard first-quarter touchdown run and --ed 40 yards for another in the third quarter.

Tackle Greg Pindale and guard Nick Stonesifer threw key blocks on each scoring run. Taylor kicked a two-point conversion after his second touchdown.

The final Westminster points came on a fourth-quarter safety in which North Carroll fumbled and fell on the ball in its end zone.

The Wildcats' defense, led by nose guard Jerrell Allen, smothered North Carroll until the fourth quarter when Steve Suter dashed 80 yards for his team's only score.

Francis Scott Key and Gamber-Smallwood each won two of three games as their Mountain Valley Football League season entered its second week.

Mount Airy dropped three games to league-power Damascus. Damascus blanked Mount Airy, 32-0, and 12-0 in the pony and junior-varsity games, respectively.

The Bulldogs played better, but still unsuccessfully, when they fell 16-14 in overtime in the varsity contest.

Mike Cleveland scored the Mount Airy touchdowns on two 5-yard runs. Nick Herbert booted the two-point conversion after Cleveland's first score.

Key topped Brunswick 21-7 in the junior-varsity game and 28-0 in the varsity game, and dropped a 22-6 decision to the Frederick countians in the pony match.

Chris Lagunas carried the ball four times for 145 yards and scored three touchdowns in the junior-varsity win.

Lagunas scored on a 95-yard first-quarter run after Kory Jenkins recovered a Brunswick fumble on the Key 5-yard line.

After Key's Jason Richardson recovered another Brunswick fumble, Lagunas culminated a 45-yard drive with a 15-yard scoring dash. Jason Richardson ran in the extra point to make it 13-0.

Another 15-yard sprint by Lagunas and Jenkins' two-point conversion kick put the Junior Eagles ahead, 21-0, in the second quarter. A Brunswick touchdown and conversion narrowed the lead to 21-7 at halftime.

But the Key defense, anchored by linebackers Jenkins and Richardson, along with tackle Shawn Smith, held Brunswick in the second half.

Four different players scored in the Key varsity's win.

Aaron Howard ran back the opening kickoff 75 yards and Jason Zinkand tacked on the two-point conversion kick for an 8-0 Key lead.

Josh Hollman gave his team some breathing room in the third quarter when he hit Zinkand with a 35-yard touchdown strike and the latter hit another two-point conversion.

Hollman iced the game for Key with two more touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. He hit Scott Glover for a 9-yard scoring strike and then Larry Nail on a 58-yarder.

Nail, who had an excellent all-around game, carried five times for 96 yards and also led his team in tackles. Howard chipped in with two interceptions for Key.

Gamber-Smallwood beat Poolesville, 20-0, in the pony game, and topped the Montgomery countians, 12-6, in overtime in a junior-varsity contest. Poolesville won the varsity contest, 26-8.

Todd Edmondson tallied on a 30-yard run in the second quarter and a 25-yard -- in the third to put the Gamber ponies ahead. Kyle Leonard ran in the conversions after each touchdown to leave Gamber ahead, 14-0, after three quarters.

In the final quarter, Gamber's Gene Wratchford ran 25 yards to the Poolesville 1 and later scored on a short plunge for the final 20-0 score.

The local team got strong defensive play from middle linebacker Matt McCahan and ends Starrett Esworthy and Kirk Jamart.

In the junior-varsity game Poolesville scored a second-quarter touchdown to lead 6-0, and held on until early in the fourth quarter. Then, Ryan Fisher culminated a 40-yard Gamber drive with a 7-yard scoring run.

With the game knotted 6-6 at the end of regulation, each team each got four plays from the other's 10-yard line to break the tie.

Fisher scored on a 6-yard run to put Gamber ahead.

Defensive back T. J. Fritz then protected the lead with a pass interception to end the game.

Linemen Tony Greely and Mike Landow also played well defensively as did cornerback Joey Renehan, who batted down several Poolesville passes.

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