Mountain-Valley FootballThe Francis Scott Key Junior Eagle...


November 04, 1993|By Mike Nortrup

Mountain-Valley Football

The Francis Scott Key Junior Eagle junior varsity team (6-3) clinched a playoff berth by beating Boonsboro, 21-0.

Andy Hurd scored the Eagle touchdowns on runs of 70, 5 and 67 yards. Cody Jenkins tallied on two point-after runs, and Chris Lagunas on one.

Eagle cornerback Greg Charming made a touchdown-saving tackle in the fourth quarter to save the shutout.

Greg Gajon's key sack in the fourth quarter stopped a Boonsboro drive.

Mike Cleveland scored on runs of 58, 30, and 57 yards to lead the Mount Airy varsity to a 20-6 victory over Frederick. Nick Herbert added a two-point conversion kick.

The Francis Scott Key Pony squad nipped Boonsboro, 6-0. Kody Jenkins scored on a quarterback sneak in the second quarter, after his 25-yard pass to Boulder Moore had put Key on the Boonsboro 1.

The Key varsity defeated Boonsboro, 25-0.

Larry Nail scored on runs of 65 and 45 yards and ran for one point-after.

Key's Josh Holman tallied on a 4-yard run, and Jason Zin on a 55-yard dash.

Youth soccer

Under-10 girls -- The Freedom Comets kept their hold on first place by topping Deer Park, 4-1.

Lauren Shadoff scored twice for the winners; Kim Williams and Rachael Stern each tallied once.

Stopper Jessica Bowers played well for Freedom (7-0), and halfback Jennifer Tarr keyed the Freedom offense by helping keep the ball in the Deer Park end of the field.

Under-12 girls -- The Freedom Lightning improved to 5-1 with a 6-5 squeaker over South Carroll. Terri Wharton scored twice for Freedom, and Jen Katz, Kilie Skinner, Lindsay Voight and Danielle Brown each added a goal.

Under-14 girls -- South Carroll dropped a 3-2 game to Linganore.

In the first half, Courtney McCray booted in Tanya Bianca's corner kick to offset an earlier Linganore goal.

Lindsay Gover scored for South Carroll after intermission.

In a battle for first place, the Freedom Rockets prevailed over Charles Carroll, 3-1.

Freedom's Kacie Granico scored in the first half, which ended in a 1-1 tie.

Freedom (6-1-1) went ahead early in the second half when Tanya Woke popped in a rebound shot for a 2-1 lead.

The Freedom Thunder (4-2-1) won its fourth consecutive game by topping Fallston, 3-1.

Brigit Becker scored two first-half goals, the second by booting in Brooke Maynard's corner kick, to put Freedom ahead 2-0.

Jennifer Miller added the final Freedom goal after intermission.

Colleen Cox scored twice, as the CC Dynamo edged Lutherville-Timonium Rec Council, 2-1.

Cox's second goal came with only three minutes remaining in the game, after taking a pass from Sandy Lagana.

Dynamo halfback Pam Crill played well at both ends of the field, and goalkeeper Gina Cinquergrani was outstanding for the winners.

Westminster topped Mount Airy, 5-2, as Kayleen Smith paced the winners with two goals. Courtney Smith, Nikki Freed and Jamie McCahan also scored for the winners.

Men's league -- Frederick rallied late in the game to edge the North Carroll Arrows, 3-2.

Kreg Keeney put the Arrows up 1-0, but Frederick had tied it 1-1 at halftime.

Sean White, off a pass from Dave Wisner, put North Carroll (4-4) ahead early in the second half.

Under-10 boys -- The Francis Scott Key Junior Eagles (9-0-1) moved into first place by blanking Deer Park, 2-0. Brad Stonesifer scored both goals.

Under-12 boys -- Francis Scott Key (5-5) shut out Deer Park, 3-0. Brandon Caprarula scored two goals and Philip Lawrence, one.

Under-14 boys -- North Carroll dropped a 3-2 decision to Linganore. Jeff Bradford and Bobby Eafrati, assisted by Tim Wilfong, had North Carroll's goals.

Francis Scott Key beat Deer Park, 4-2. Dan Whitcomb, Mark Krida, Mark Yinger and Andy Fogelsong scored for Key.


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