Football* 90 pounds -- The Pasadena Chargers ran their...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

September 30, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski

Football

* 90 pounds -- The Pasadena Chargers ran their record to 3-0 on the Brooklyn Park Broncos' homecoming last Saturday, 20-7.

A 15-yard penalty against the Broncos on the opening kickoff set the tone for a game filled with errors. Strong tackling by Scott Duncan, Mike Way and Matt Way held the Broncos' offense on its first possession.

The Chargers' offense took control and runs by T. C. Henson, Marcus Jones and Josh Banks set up a 7-yard touchdown run by Henson. A pass attempt for the extra point was knocked down successfully by the Broncos.

On the Broncos' second possession their offense moved the ball on three plays to set up a 40-yard touchdown run by Guy Wright. The extra-point pass was good and Brooklyn moved ahead 7-6.

Pasadena's offense took the field but lost the ball on a fumble. Tackles by Spike Stinchcomb and Mike Way helped the Chargers' regain possession on their own 43-yard-line.

A 2-yard sprint by Jones set up a 50-yard touchdown run by Henson. Duncan went in for the extra point for the Chargers to go ahead 13-7.

Brooklyn Park's receiving team ran back the kickoff for a touchdown only to have it nullified on a clipping penalty. Five plays later, an interception by Duncan gave Pasadena the ball. On the next play the Broncos intercepted a pass by Josh Banks to end the half.

Following the second-half kickoff to Pasadena, runs by Duncan, Jones and Henson weren't enough and the Chargers lost the ball on downs.

Tackles by Jeremy Walsh and Danny Fitzgerald held the Broncos' offense scoreless in the third quarter.

A 6-yard touchdown quarterback keeper by Banks in the fourth quarter gave the Chargers' their last touchdown. The extra-point run by Duncan secured the Chargers' win with a 20-7 score.

The Chargers' defense was aided by A. J. Terrin, Matt Richie, Dustin Majewski, Tony Lascola and Charles Diggs.

Danza Field in Severn is the site of the Chargers' next game on Saturday when they play the Savages' homecoming.

The Andover Apaches upped their record to 3-0 by defeating Maryland City last weekend, 31-0.

Offensive linemen Mike Phisterer, Matt Blick and Don Jacobs dominated the line of scrimmage for Andover and created huge holes for the Apaches' running backs.

Leading the defensive effort for Andover were Matt Norwood, Justin Rose, Rick Mason, Kevin Mitchell, Robby Snyder and Corey Bowie.

Ricky Rau gained 34 of Maryland City's 53 total yards. Kyle Jenson had three tackles, and Tommy Roberts recovered a fumble in the losing cause.

* 120 pounds -- Anthony White's all-around game couldn't stop Maryland City from suffering a 32-0 defeat at the hands of Andover.

White gained a team-high 37 yards on offense and had three sacks on defense. Kelly Sweigart and Jason Scites each had four solo tackles and Jimmy Joffers recovered a fumble.

Scott Campbell's three-touchdown performance helped the Fort Meade Cougars defeat the Riviera Beach Bucs, 35-6.

Campbell rushed for two scores and also ran back a kickoff 75 yards for another. John Banks rushed for two touchdowns on bursts of 45 and 25 yards. Both he and Campbell gained over 100 yards.

Other offensive contributors included Jason Johnson, Dwayne Enderle, Chris Atkins, Anthony Figueroa, Joseph Rouchen and Kenneth Fulton. Edmond Corazo also ran well and provided key blocks that sprang Campbell and Banks.

Pierre Gill sacked the Bucs' quarterback in the end zone for a safety in the third quarter. Colon Hector, Kenneth Wallace, Bryan Davis, Charlie Woodall, Billy Johnson, Brian Graddy, Chris Litherland, Corazo, Banks and Campbell led the defensive unit.

* 75 pounds -- Cory Murphy, Darious Johnson and Brad Holbrook each scored touchdowns to lead the Andover Apaches (3-0) to a 25-0 victory last weekend over the Maryland City Mustangs.

The Apaches' defense, anchored by Jim Rupert, Jason Vollker and Speedy Gayles, caused four fumbles and held Maryland City to 56 yards of total offense.

Kevin Logan and Chris Rodriguez led the Mustangs with four and three tackles, respectively. Quarterback Romete Richards'

23-yard run would be the longest from scrimmage for Maryland City.

* 105 pounds -- Dennis Gore and Kenny Rhames each ran for 60 yards in Maryland City's 20-0 win over Andover.

Gore scored on a 30-yard run, Rhames scored six on a 20-yard burst, and John Goverman returned an interception 70 yards for a score. Josh Cash scored two extra points in the win, one on a run up the middle and a second on a pass from Goverman.

Vince Upshaw and Rhames each had eight tackles, and Jacob Robinson had six solo stops. Wes Campbell also had a fumble recovery. Joey Majer cause a fumble with a vicious hit, as Upshaw recovered the loose ball. Les Ashburn recovered a fumble for Andover and teammate Rick Dixon had two quarterback sacks.

* 140 pounds -- The Andover Apaches dominated the Maryland City Mustangs both offensively and defensively, as they rolled to a 26-0 win.

Malwan Johnson and David Cooper each scored two touchdowns in Fort Meade's 35-0 win over the East Glen Burnie Warriors.

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.