FootballHost Sykesville beat Perry Hall, 34-6, in their...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

September 28, 1993|By Mike Nortrup

Football

Host Sykesville beat Perry Hall, 34-6, in their 13-14 game, 13-2 in the 11-and-under, 27-6 in the 10-and-under, and 20-0 in the 9-and-under in Carroll County Football League action last week.

Raider quarterback Lee Windsor tied the 13-14 game 6-6 with a first quarter 50-yard bomb to Kenny Clark.

Joel Denning scored on a conversion pass from Matt Deuchler to put Sykesville up 7-6.

After a third-quarter safety made it 9-6, Greg Jones made an excellent catch to put Sykesville in scoring position, and Trey Johnson went 5 yards to make it 15-6.

Deuchler's 50-yard pass interception return and Tom Stevens' point-after touchdown run upped the lead to 22-6. Jason Wilder scored on 20- and 28-yard runs in the fourth quarter.

Offensive linemen Matt Sargent, Alan Maszarose and Jason Pickett provided excellent blocking and Brian Wise turned in a strong game on the defensive line.

Calvin Stacey scored on 22-and 15-yard runs and Carl Lowery ran in a conversion to supply the offense in Sykesville's 11-and-under game win.

In the 10-and-under fray, Sykesville's Robert Law scored on a 14-yard run and caught a conversion pass from Jeremiah Poehlman to make it 7-0.

Greg Garey's 35-yard jaunt and Ryan Sargent's point-after-touchdown run upped the lead to 14-0.

Perry Hall scored late in the first quarter.

After a 40-yard pass from quarterback Poehlman to Brandan Eckes put the Raiders into Perry Hall territory, Poehlman passed 25 yards to Law for a 20-6 halftime lead. Poehlman scored on a 1-yard run in the third quarter, and Sargent ran in the conversion for Sykesville's final points.

Raider linemen Sean Baker and Andrew Maszarose played well on both offense and defense. Nick Sargent's 70 and 25-yard scoring runs, Jon Bruce's 60-yard punt return, and conversion runs by Matt Eder and John Mead, accounted for Sykesville's points in the 9-and-under game.

And, the fine play of defensive linemen of David Reynolds, Dustin Lippert, Tommy Maholchic, Nick Kraus, Tim Sensel and Bruce played a big part in a rugged Sykesville defense that shut out Perry Hall on one first down.

The Westminster 10-and-under team trimmed Arbutus, 20-6.

Westminster's Steven Howard ran for 35-yards to make it 6-0 in the first quarter. Arbutus tied it at 6 on its next possession.

Late in the second quarter, Brandon Strauss and Shawn Myrick blocked a punt to put Westminster in business on the Arbutus 30-yard line.

Quarter Brendon McDaniel later ran 24 yards to put the Wildcats ahead 13-6, and Collin Angell passed to Dwayne Magruder for the conversion.

Tackle Kris Olenginski helped preserve that lead when he sacked the Perry Hall quarterback on a fourth-down play in Sykesville territory late in the third quarter.

Angell hit Magruder with a 13-yard scoring strike in the fourth quarter and Rafe Bridges ran in the conversion for Westminster's final points.

Linebackers Bridges, Billy Sprague and Mike Denmead combined for 23 tackles and sparked the Westminster defense.

Westminster's 9-and-under squad lost a tough 19-13 overtime decision to Arbutus.

Quarterback Ryan Bordner passed 30 yards to Clipper Lennon for a score, ran in the conversion, and later scored on a 32-yard jaunt to put Westminster ahead 13-0 at halftime.

But Arbutus silenced the locals after that. Arbutus also prevailed in the 13-14, and 11-and-under games, by 32-0 and 6-0 scores, respectively.

Sandymount Youth Soccer

Senior division boys -- Red beat Gold, 6-3. Todd Cheney scored twice for Red, and Sarah Bowen, Sue Fisher, Josh Skurnik and Will Woolford scored once.

Sean Miller, Adam Reese and Jim Kitchen tallied for Gold.

John Muse pumped in three goals for Ferrera's team, but it wasn't enough, as Kelly Green prevailed in a 5-4 squeaker.

Dustin Burgess also scored for Ferrera's.

Josh Imhoff had two goals for Green, and Bucky Nilson, Kevin Merlo and Jeremy Tadbury each had one.

Under-11 boys -- Jared Imhoff had a spectacular game, scoring six goals, as his Orange squad squeezed the Red Fireballs, 7-1.

Steven Barnett also scored for Orange, and Eric Kaltrider had the Fireballs' goal.

Lite Blue topped the White Knights, 5-2.

Kristen Gombeski, Scott Baker, Hunter Hart, Kevin Collins and Ryan Richards scored the winners' goals.

Matt Thompson scored the Knights' goals.

Derek Baumgardner scored twice, Alyssa Fisher, once, and Josh Wilhide was outstanding in goal, as the Flames beat Blue Thunder, 3-1. Jason Holman scored for Blue Thunder.

The Green Dragons beat Purple, 3-1. Scott Dearden, Ronnie Harris and Branden Wood tallied for the Dragons, and Corey Cosgrove had Purple's goal.

North Carroll Youth Soccer

Under-10 boys -- North Carroll Physical Therapy edged Uniform Graphix, 2-1.

Kyle Reese and Jason Thomas scored for the winners, and J.T. Potter had Uniform Graphix' goal.

Chris Jones scored three goals to lead Main Street Photographics' to a 4-2 victory over Manchester Pharmacy. Chris Piper added a goal for Main Street.

Julie Miller scored both Manchester Pharmacy goals.

Under-12 boys -- Pizza Garden and Farmers-Merchants Bank played to a 2-2 tie.

Jason Warner's two goals for Pizza Garden were matched by two from Farmers-Merchants' Bryant Mann.

Westminster Bank nipped Sunshine Child Development, 2-1.

Jocelyn Bartel and Corey Snyder scored for the winners and Mark Campbell had Sunshine's goal.

Under-14 boys -- Regis D'Angelo's two goals were Towne Pride's only scores in a 5-2 loss to Long-Foster Realtors.

Matt Nestorick scored two goals and Jenny Lawson scored once as LaMotte Development blanked Dean's Restaurant, 3-0.

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