Football* 120-pounders -- Charlie Woodall scored three...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

October 28, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski

Football

* 120-pounders -- Charlie Woodall scored three touchdowns to lead the Fort Meade Cougars to a 36-0 win over the East Glen Burnie Warriors. Woodall scored on runs of 20, 21 and 15 yards.

Scott Campbell scored first for the Cougars on a 65-yard run in the second quarter. Brian Graddy added a second score when he intercepted a pass and returned it 15 yards for a touchdown.

Edmond Carazo provided the final touchdown for the Cougars on a 7-yard plunge up the middle.

The Cougars will travel to Brooklyn Park on Saturday for a 6 p.m. meeting with the Broncos.

* 90-pounders -- A 45-6 win over the Maryland City Mustangs Tuesday night improved the Pasadena Chargers' record to 5-2.

Pasadena's offense racked up 338 yards with touchdowns by T. C. Henson, Josh Banks, Scott Duncan and Brian Sanders. Henson led the Chargers' offense with three touchdowns and 160 yards rushing.

Runs by Henson and Duncan set up a 9-yard touchdown on a quarterback keeper by Josh Banks. The extra point by Henson gave the Chargers a 13-6 edge.

On the ensuing kickoff, Pasadena's Charles Diggs caused a fumble that was recovered by the Chargers. On the next play

Duncan took the ball 52 yards for a touchdown.

The Mustangs' offense was stopped with an interception by Pasadena's Henson, who ran the ball back 48 yards for a touchdown.

Pasadena's Zach Hamilton took the second-half kickoff to the 50-yard line setting up a 47-yard touchdown run by Henson.

The Chargers will play host to the GORC Wildcats at 11:30 Saturday at Lake Waterford.

Fall baseball Both Gunther's Little Orioles teams gave up only one run in double-header sweeps over the Yankee Rebels and Brooklyn Park last weekend to run the team's overall record to 24-2.

Gunther's swept the Yankee Rebels, 10-0 and 6-1, in Anne Arundel County High School Eligible Lew Holmes Division on Sunday, and the 15-and-under team (14-0) took two over Brooklyn Park, 5-0 and 3-1, in the Little Orioles' Saturday Doubleheader League.

Chuck Harris (Old Mill) pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts and two walks as the Little Orioles took the Yankee Rebels by the mercy rule in the first game. Bob Christopher (North County), who was 4-for-5 with six RBI in the twinbill, belted three-run and two-run homers while Brad Tippin (Severna Park) added a three-run homer to end the game in the sixth inning.

Youth soccer Under-11 boys -- The Arundel Soccer Association Strike Force saw their record fall to 2-5 in a 2-0 loss to Greater Glen Burnie in Saturday's Division 2A contest.

Outstanding players included Patrick Whitmire (goalie), Jason Scutt (defense), and midfielders David Brice, Brett Bosher and Nick Haramis.

Under-11 girls -- The Cape St. Claire Cougars saw their record drop to 2-3 following a 2-0 loss last week to the JPYO Wild Things.

Playing well in a losing cause were Sundee Cogar, Nianque Early, Kristen Brousseau, Anna Avitia, Shelley Pevy and Meghan Curley.

The Cougars play Arden at 11:10 a.m. Saturday at Cape St. Claire Elementary.

7-and-under co-eds -- The 19th Nervous Breakdowns downed the

X-Men last Saturday, 4-1.

Peter Gallagher scored twice and Patrick Dunham and Jonathan Djordevic had single goals.

Water polo The Annapolis Water Polo Club finished third in last weekend's YAA High School Invitational at Villanova University in Villanova, Pa.

Jason Golaboski of Severna Park led Annapolis with seven goals in the three-game tournament. Scott Stevens of Edgewater added five goals, Brian Basye netted two, and both Karl Smith and Catherine Von Schwarz each added a goal.

Roller skating The Pasadena Skating Club traveled to its first meet of the season last week in Wayne, N.J., and the team earned 26 first-place, 23 second-place and 10 third-place ribbons.

Swimming

The Naval Academy Junior Swim Club recently opened its fall season at the 1993 Columbus Day Classic conducted at UMBC.

Leading the Navy in the girls 13 division was Megan Melgaard of Severna Park, who recorded her best times in the 100 freestyle (55.07 seconds); second-place ribbons in the 100 backstroke (1:03.33) 200 freestyle (2:00.16) 200 backstroke (2:14.58) and 50 free (25.97).

Heather Young of Annapolis paced Navy in the 9-10 division in the 50 breaststroke (38.17), and the 100 free (1:08.09). She placed second in the 50 free (29.62) and third in the 50 back (35.61) and 100 breast (1:24.29). Suzanne Gallagher of Bowie won the 100 breast in 1:21.90 and finished third in the 50 breast

(38.99) and the 100 free (1:06.00).

Marc Mooney of Edgewater led the boys 11-12 division with a first-place finish in the 100 breast (1:15.76), a second in the 50 back (30.09) and third in both the 100 free (59.04) and 100 back (1:04.23).

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