Soccer* 10-11 girls -- Two goals by Christie Strieter and...


November 04, 1993|By Rich Scherr


* 10-11 girls -- Two goals by Christie Strieter and another by Kacie Norcutt lifted the Crunch over the Sting, 3-1, in the Western Howard County Youth Soccer League Saturday.

Morgan Newell and Rita Babcock played well in goal for the victors, and midfielders Sarah Miller and Monica D'Angelo and ,, back Kim Brossene led the Sting.

Sarah McGill provided clutch defense and teammates Kelly Renfro (three goals), Stephanie Simpson, Kelly Myers and Natalie Klisas took care of the offense as the Bays topped the Soccers, 6-1.

Jody Renfro was strong in goal for the victors, and the Soccers were led by Kelly Thompson, Elizabeth Herbert and Alexandra ** Maunz.

Elizabeth Shields scored off a corner kick and Courtney Hill-Dukehart added another as the Kicks beat the Wings, 2-1. Erin Edell played hustling, end-to-end soccer for the victors. Kristi Krugger scored for the Wings, and Amanda Wessel led the offensive charge.

* 10-11 boys -- Two goals each from Brad Hanyouk and Tommy Mazerski and one each from Josh Hough and Earl Crehan carried the LeManics over the Wings, 6-2.

Matt Staff and Matt Rescott played well in goal for the LeManics, and the Wings got strong play from scorers Jonathan Cox and Andy French and defenders Scott Feldman and Paul Turner.

Strikers goalie Mike Gerhardt led his team to a 2-0 win over the Soccers. Jesse Richa and Joey Daxon provided the scoring for the Strikers, who also got tight defensive play from Raynell Watron and Luke Hoffman.

Greg Wolfinger was sharp in goal for the Soccers and got plenty of defensive help from midfielder Michael Styczynski and fullback Steve Jarosinski.

The Blast took advantage of the muddy conditions to score a 3-0 win over the Rowdies. Forward Paul Brooks notched all three goals off booming kicks, and teammates Mike Mollot and Doug Dieringer recorded the shutout in goal.

Packie Higgins and Patrick Hubert ran the Rowdies' offense, and David Ashcraft and George Van Osterom led the defense.

In a game filled with end-to-end action, the Royals and Stars played to a scoreless tie.

Matt Balentine provided outstanding play in goal for the Royals, and Ian Hoffman contributed with tight defense. The hard-nosed rTC play of Casey Matthews, Sean Todd and Eric Willie led the Stars.


Over-40 men -- The Baltimore Baseball Club, a team made up primarily of players from the Columbia area, will compete next week in the 45-team Men's Senior Baseball League 1993 World Series in greater Phoenix.

The BBC, which finished fourth in the nation at last year's tournament, begins its six-game schedule on Monday morning against Indianapolis. Other divisional opponents will include 0` teams from Long Island (N.Y.), Chicago, Redwood (Calif.) and Puget Sound (Wash.)

The top two teams in each division advance to the playoffs, with the championship game scheduled for next Saturday at Diablo Stadium in Tempe, Ariz.

Manager Dan Konick's team is composed of players who competed in the Howard County Masters League this past summer. The team finished second at the recent Baltimore Invitational Tournament at Memorial Stadium.


Note: To submit information for the Howard County Recreation Roundup, call (410) 521-0505.

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