Football* 75-pounders -- Trailing 13-0 with under five...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

November 02, 1993|By Rich Scherr

Football

* 75-pounders -- Trailing 13-0 with under five minutes to play, the Columbia Bulldogs staged a fourth-quarter comeback to edge Rosedale, 14-13, in Pop Warner football Saturday.

Midway through the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs' fortunes began to change when Josh Bartrug forced a Rosedale running back to fumble and Columbia's Nick Johnson recovered.

Running backs J. R. Haas and Brandon Finney, following the blocks of Matt Kolb and Matt Teel, pushed the ball downfield before Nick Service scored on an end-around to make it 13-6.

The extra-point attempt failed.

When Rosedale took the ensuing kickoff, it needed one first down to be able to run out the clock. But the tough interior defense of Columbia's Maurice Mohammed and Marcus Davis kept Rosedale to minimal gains on its first three downs.

On fourth-and-two, Gregg Kellett tackled Rosedale's runner for a 3-yard loss, and Columbia took over on downs.

Finney, following blocks by Paul Duffy and Vinnie Rubbo, carried the ball near the Rosedale end zone, setting up a short touchdown run by Haas with seconds remaining, cutting the lead to 13-12.

Center David Sloan gave a perfect snap to holder T. J. Welsh, who handled the wet ball. Haas kicked it through for the win.

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Western Howard County soccer

6-7 girls -- Playing short-handed, the Blast battled through a driving rain storm to top the Wings, 2-1.

Shawn Cohen and Brittany Kompare scored for the victors, and Lindsay Hinkle played well in goal. Elizabeth Penniman scored for the Wings, and Samantha Fobbs and Linday Parker led the defense.

6-7 boys -- Andrew Martowski scored a goal and made several crisp passes, as the Sting topped the Soccers, 4-0. Also scoring for the victors were Brian Behe (two) and Eric Allen, and fullback Matthew Surgeon led the defense. The Soccers had just seven players.

Elsewhere, Gary Amburn scored three goals and Paul Marcotto added two to lead the Crunch over the Rowdies, 6-1. Ben Shuey led the Crunch defense, which allowed a goal by David Marquart.

Fullback Brendan Sullivan fed a long crossing pass to Kyle Sullivan for the game-winning goal in the Kicks' 2-1 win over the Strikers. Jesse Weis scored the other goal for the Kicks, and teammate Alex Burroughs led the defensive charge. Dereck Gordan scored for the Strikers with help from Chris McCullough.

8-9 girls -- Stephanie Ballentine and Julie Butler assisted on goals by Amanda Moreland, as the Sting beat the Soccers, 2-0. Kristi Johnson and Karen Hild led the defense. For the Soccers, Rachel Smith and Diane Shaulis led the way.

another game, halfbacks Kelly Wingate and Whitney Mershon played solid end-to-end soccer, helping goalies Susan D'Angelo and Kacey Novello record the shutout in the Blast's 1-0 victory over the Wings.

The game was scoreless until late, when Bryn Buckler scored the only goal. Jacqueline White, Michelle Prada and Amy Barkley led the Wings.

8-9 boys -- Alex Barron and Paul Strandquist played well at midfield, and Jeff Marquart, Zach Burford and Robby Brookfield (two) scored goals, as the Royals defeated the Strikers, 4-2.

Curtis Mohammed and Daniel Ennis scored the Strikers' goals, and Matt Ferrero got an assist.

Elsewhere, solid goalie play by Matthew Hunt helped the Lazers preserve a 1-1 tie with the LeManics. Robbie Clark scored for the Lazers, with help from Brad Dugan and Conner Nixon. Erik Hill scored for the LeManics, and teammate Matt Showman dominated play at midfield.

In a hard-fought game, Josh Walters' goal led the Crunch over the Wings, 1-0. Steve Maloy and Brent Terry kept the Crunch offense moving, and Joel Leaf picked up the shutout in goal. The Wings, who were two players short, were led by Ryan Dymek and Scott Shields.

Michael Deegan and John Skogsberg controlled the midfield to help the Sting defeat the Cosmos, 3-1.

Andy Hoyle, Matt Bounds and Justin Orr scored for the victors, and teammates Jared Wamsley and Chris Glacken were solid in goal. Kenny Gilliam scored for the Cosmos, who also got solid play from Greg Sauer and goalie Curt Gilliam.

Basketball Three teams in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League remain undefeated after action this past weekend. Wins by the Junior Bulls, the Blue Devils and the Knicks highlighted the action.

8-9 boys -- Chad Gillenwater and Steven Coursey scored 12 points each to lead the Junior Lakers to a 33-17 win over the Junior Spurs.

The Lakers evened their record at 2-2.

Brian Downey scored 11 points to lead the Spurs (0-4).

In the other game, the Junior Bulls improved to 4-0 with a 22-13 win over the Junior Celtics. Bryan Pashgin scored seven for the victors, and Rashida Walcott scored seven to pace the Celtics (2-2).

10-12 boys -- The Blue Devils improved to 4-0 with a 47-43 win over the Hurricanes. Anthony Breland scored a game-high 20, and Wintley Phipps added 17 for the victors. Dawud Wallace scored 18 and Eric Jones added 10 for the Hurricanes (2-2).

The Hoyas evened their record at 2-2 by knocking off the previously unbeaten Hoosiers, 33-28. Travor Randall led the Hoyas with 12 points, and teammate Craig Manchio added 10. Thomas Browne paced the Hoosiers (3-1) with 10 points.

In the other game over the weekend, the Wolverines edged LSU, 46-45. McKinsey Moore scored 18 and Chris Riley added 10 to lead the Wolverines (1-3). Brian Warner (16 points), Jason Ortega (14) and Kevin Chrapty (10) paced LSU (0-4).

boys -- The Knicks moved to 4-0 with a 44-34 win over the Hornets. Luke Timmins led the victors with 14 points. Damon Cole scored 18 to lead the Hornets (1-3).

Also over the weekend, the 76ers evened their mark at 2-2 with a 37-36 win over the Bulls. Dominique Wah scored a game-high 13 ZTC to lead the 76ers. James Dulaney scored 12 and Nick Green added 11 to pace the Bulls (1-3).

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