Football10-12 boys -- The Cedar Lane Bulldogs picked up...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

October 21, 1993|By Rich Scherr

Football

10-12 boys -- The Cedar Lane Bulldogs picked up their first win of the season on Saturday, defeating the Bannaker Falcons, 6-0.

Daniel Price scored the game's only touchdown, following the blocks of John Allen, Aaron Allen and Tony DiGiovanni into the end zone from 12 yards out. Robert Higdon, Gabe Phillips and Sean Aaron also provided solid blocking during the drive, opening holes for running back Keith Sheppherd.

Quarterback Rick Hearn also was sharp, completing a number of passes to Brandon Bryant and Jason Wade.

On defense, the Columbia team got great efforts from guard Joey Ellis, end Brian Plummer, linebackers Trent Heiser and Eric Johnson and safety Mat Von Paris.

The victory was sealed when safety Walter Bruton intercepted two passes in the waning seconds of the game.

9-11 boys -- The Columbia Bulldogs improved to 5-1 with a 20-0 win over the Dundalk Packers.

Halfback Wes Lakenan got the scoring started in the first quarter with a 10-yard touchdown run. Matt Schourds' conversion run made it 7-0.

The Bulldogs then used a little trickery to extend their lead to 14-0. Halfback J. C. Porter threw an option pass to Chris Yetter, who took it in for a 30-yard touchdown. Aaron Dennis added the extra point.

Halfback Jimmy DiPietro finished the scoring with a 4-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

Also playing well for the Bulldogs were ends Jimmy Kinniry and Lawrence Ralph, tackles Joe Tortella, Chris Shewchuk and Steve Bock, guards Jeremy Kirsch and J. W. Fleshman, center Chuck Fries, quarterback Jeremey Walter and fullback Adam Snyder.

11-13 boys -- The Columbia Bulldogs struck early and often Saturday, improving their record to 3-2 with a 38-0 win over Dundalk.

After Mike Smith capped Columbia's opening drive with a 30-yard touchdown run, Marcus Bright recovered a Dundalk fumble to set up Brandon Finney's 40-yard touchdown run.

But Dundalk again fumbled on its next possession, and J. R. Haas recovered and took it in for the score to give the Bulldogs a three-touchdown lead.

The team also got later scores from Jabraille Jackson and Randy Curtain.

Defensively, Kyle Peddicord, Kevin Murphy and Tim Hendren led the way as the Bulldogs didn't allow a first down. Their kicking game also was effective, and included holder T. J. Welsh's recovery of a poor center snap, enabling Byron Whisnant to kick the extra point.

Youth soccer

Under-12 boys -- David Jaques scored two goals and Georgio Phillips added another as the Columbia Soccer Club Santos defeated the Vienna (Va.) Bad Boys, 3-0, over the weekend.

Jason Freiert, Mike Malloy, James Graham and Richie Jankiewicz helped with assists, and Kalil Hall, Rory Peters, Max Markotic and Malloy led the defense.

Alex Dummet and goalies Andrew Essey and Brett Rajala also had solid games for the victors.

Under-15 1/2 girls -- The Columbia Cougars rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit with a dominating second half to defeat the Calverton Kicks, 2-1, last weekend.

Paige Young tied the game with a goal off of a corner kick by Lee Custer, then teammate Maureen McGrain scored the eventual game-winner, tapping in Emily Bielefeld's deflected shot.

Krista Dombrowsky, Marissa Catalano and Angela Trancucci also played well.

Under-10 girls -- The Soccer Association of Columbia Dynamo fell to Sterling, Va., 1-0, over the weekend.

The Dynamo got aggressive play on defense from Tori Parris, Samantha Test, Jennifer Bostwick and Kara Shapiro, and solid goal keeping from Allison Levine.

The offensive attack was led by Kelly Thomas and Mellisa Workman.

Under-13 girls -- The Columbia Connection won two and tied one last weekend, defeating Cockeysville and Prince William, both 2-1, and playing the Reston Soccer Association to a 2-2 draw.

Julia Young, Michele Jenkins, Kristin Dinisio, Kelly Renfro and Cindy Dagley scored for the Connection in the three games, with assist from Nora Bachman.

Goalie Liz Fisher also played well, collecting 12 saves in one of the wins, and Sarah Burt, Emily Timm, Jamie Beale, Kristina Schappeler and Lizette Pearsall contributed as well.

8-9 girls -- Anne Clark's goal was the difference as the Crunch beat the Wings, 1-0, Saturday in the Western Howard County Youth Soccer League.

Goalies Amy Knell, Amy Myers and Jamie Goertler recorded the shutout with help from Crunch defenders Lindsey Gillenwater and Kristen Folcom.

Elsewhere, the Sting got goals from Diane Kirby and Amanda Moreland as it edged the Soccers, 4-3. Alexandra Clark and Lindsey Nixon stood out on defense for the victors, and Shana Meyers led the Soccers' offense.

Katie Schneider scored her first goal and Bryn Buckler added three more as the Blast blanked the Bays, 4-0. Good passing from Stephanie Dawson and Christina Feldhaus and tight defense by Kacey Novello highlighted the win.

6-7 girls -- Kyle Goldman scored two goals and Daniel Ridings added another as the Bays defeated the Stars, 3-0, Saturday in the Western Howard County Youth Soccer League.

Josh Casto and Chris Hanyok led the Bays' defense.

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