Recreation Roundup

September 23, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski


* 75-pounders -- Drew Ward scored two touchdowns and rushed for 62 yards on four carries as the Buccaneers trounced

Maryland City, 35-0, last Saturday.

Britt Mitchell opened the scoring for the Bucs when he scampered in from 6 yards out. Mitchell then added the two-point kick to give his squad an 8-0 lead.

Eddie Dolch scored next for the Bucs on a 25-yard run. Mitchell's kick again was good and the Bucs led 16-0.

Ward's first touchdown run came from 35 yards out in the second quarter. This time, however, Mitchell ran the ball in for the one-point conversion to make it 23-0.

Ward picked up his second touchdown in the third quarter and Corey Reina rounded out the scoring in the fourth quarter on a 9-yard run.

Clearing the way for Ward and company were offensive linemen Josh Booth, Jason McDonald, Kevin Crowder, Ryne Curry, Cori Stewart, Andrew Sears and Steve Hayes.

Dolch led the Bucs' defense with seven tackles, followed by Mitchell with five and Patrick Rice with five and a fumble recovery. Steve Yaruta and Billy Scollian chipped in with four solo stops for the victors and Mike Mahon and Chris Guinoo added two tackles. Mahon also was credited with a fumble recovery.

Kevin Logan emerged as Maryland City's leading tackler with five stops.

The Buccaneers will visit the Fort Meade Cougars at 10 a.m. Saturday.

The backfield combination of Corey Murphy and Brad Holbrook helped the Andover Apaches down the Fort Meade Cougars, 12-6.

Murphy scored the winning touchdown on a 5-yard run and set up his team's first touchdown on a 22-yard run in the first quarter. Holbrook cashed in on the run from 2 yards out.

Jason Volker, Jimmy Rupert, Speedy Gayles and T. J. Himmelfor were cited for outstanding defensive performances.

* 90-pounders -- Floyd Henson scored on touchdown runs of 33 and 9 yards as GORC defeated the 1-1 Brooklyn Park Broncos, 13-0, Saturday.

Henson finished with a team-leading 52 yards rushing on six carries. Koontae Ballard gained 48 yards on five attempts, and Mike Gregory added 35 yards on nine carries, including an extra-point run. He also caught the only Wildcats pass from Colin Morse for 8 yards.

Bryan Hall threw for two touchdowns, ran for one, and ran in an extra point as the Andover Apaches beat the Fort Meade Cougars, 40-6.

His first touchdown pass was a 55-yarder to Eric Pinkney in the first quarter. He then hooked up with Cedric Murphy on a 23-yard pass. His touchdown run came during the fourth quarter, after a 48-yard burst from Pinkney. Pinkney also had a touchdown run of 33 yards and ran in three conversions.

Justin Malone bolted 90 yards for a score in the third quarter, and Jimmy Richardson scored on a 49-yard scamper during the first quarter

The Apache defense was led by Matt Blick, Richardson, Tommy Gauss, Mike Hanpy, Ronald Slade, Gil Cavey, Butch Rupert, James Rich and Marvin Johnson.

Justin Diviaio scored two touchdowns and Robert Rexrode scored once to lead Maryland City to a 20-0 win over the Bucs.

Diviaio scored on runs of 56 and 3 yards, and Rexrode's touchdown came on a 30-yard sprint. Kyle Jensen led the Mustangs defensively with five tackles, followed by Ivan Ross and Tommy Roberts with three solo stops each.

105-pounders -- The Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council Wildcats scored three touchdowns in the first quarter en route to a 40-0 victory last week over visiting Cape St. Claire.

Norris Roy scored first for GORC on a 53-yard run and teammate Terence Dorsey closed out the first-quarter scoring with touchdown runs of 29 and 24 yards.

Henry Hanburger scored a touchdown for the Wildcats in the second quarter and Andre Penny ran in the extra point to give the hosts a 27-0 halftime lead.

Penny found the end zone in the third quarter on a 7-yard run and Justin Goliday scored the Wildcats' final points on a 14-yard touchdown run.

In addition to his two touchdowns, Dorsey recovered an onside kick. Chris Dyer and Brian Snow each recovered fumbles for GORC.

The excellent offensive-line play of Jake Schram, Jeff Lloyd and Steve Kinder helped the Wildcats accumulate 256 yards on the ground.

The Wildcats' defense, led by T. J. Lloyd, Floyd Minor, Josh Liston and Matt Tribett, limited Cape St. Claire to 3 yards of total offense.

The Severna Park Green Hornets posted their second shutout with an 18-0 win over Cape St. Claire on a rain-drenched field Friday night at Kinder Park.

After a scoreless first quarter, the Hornets drove to the Cape's 1-yard line, where they were faced with first-and-goal. Severna Park lost 2 yards on its first three attempts but scored on fourth down when Chris Odom rolled out and hit Matt Lehman to give Severna Park a 6-0 halftime lead.

The Green Hornets' offense mounted a time-consuming, 75-yard drive in the third quarter behind the blocking of Ryan McGarry, Scott MacMullen, Davin Rausch, Mark Terry, Jeremy Winkle and Jerry Cornett. Halfback Dennis Cantwell finished the drive with a 10-yard touchdown run that gave Severna Park a 12-0 advantage.

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