Football75-pounders -- The Andover Archers used a...


November 09, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski


75-pounders -- The Andover Archers used a two-touchdown fourth-quarter spurt to pull away from the Severn Savages, 27-6, in Saturday's Chesapeake League contest.

With Andover leading 14-6, Cory Murphy scored on an 8-yard run for a 20-6 lead. T. J. Himmel passed to Ryan Doggett for the extra point. Jason Volker ran 12 yards to give Andover its final six points.

Darius Johnson's 8-yard burst coupled with Brad Holbrook's extra-point run gave Andover a 7-0 first-quarter advantage. Following a touchdown by Severn minutes later, Murphy returned the Savages' kick 60 yards for a touchdown.

Holbrook, William Denford, Himmel, Steven Kempner, David Maurath and George LeBon limited Severn to 66 total yards.

* 105-pounders -- The GORC Wildcats (9-0) ended their undefeated regular season with a 22-0 win over the Gridiron Rebels (4-5) on Saturday.

Terrence Dorsey (42 yards on nine carries) scored the Wildcats' first points of the day in the second period on a 1-yard run. Travis Blake kicked the first of two two-point conversions. In the third quarter, Norris Roy (11 carries, 58 yards), bolted in from the 4-yard line. Justin Golliday added a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Quarterback Kris Lundborg was 5-for-8 passing for 57 yards without an interception. Roy caught three of the passes for 21 yards, and Blake caught two for 33 yards. The Wildcats' offensive line of Mark Tribbett, Jay King, Jeff Lloyd and Jason Scott helped their team to gain 199 yards in total offense.

Tribbett and Lundborg (one interception) recovered two fumbles each. Blake also grabbed an interception. The defensive line was led by Henry Hanburger, Brian Snow, Danny Somes and Andre Penny. The Rebels were led by the play of Avon Johnson and Charlie Forbes.

* 120-pounders -- Andover raced out to an 18-0 first-quarter lead in a 36-0 win over the Severn Savages.

Keith Eldridge scored the first touchdown on a 5-yard jaunt. Bryan Goodwin's fumble recovery on the initial Severn drive led to its TD, a 3-yard run by Dominic Harris. Otis James' fumble recovery on the ensuing kickoff enabled Dennis Emge to sprint 5 yards for the Apaches' third touchdown.

James received credit for his second fumble recovery in the second quarter, striping a Severn running back of the ball and returning it 20 yards to midfield. Two plays later, Harris raced 40 yards for a touchdown.

The third quarter saw Eldridge break a 60-yard touchdown run. Emge hooked up with Harris on a 40-yard TD pass to end the scoring. The Apaches' coaching staff lauded the defensive play of Mike Parks, Toney Twitty, Theo Bowie, Andy Eser and Mark Gillespie.

Andover will face the Brooklyn Park Broncos in the first round of the county playoffs at Apache Field.

Fullback Claude Parker rolled up 123 yards rushing in GORC's 13-0 defeat of the Annapolis All-Stars.

Quarterback Allan Rynewzeski scored the first touchdown in the opening period on a 1-yard sneak. Kenny Hayden scored the other touchdown in the third on a 42-yard scamper. Ryan Morse caught the extra-point pass from Rynewzeski.

The defense was led by Ryan Frostbutter, Aaron Aisquith, Ricky Woodson, Josh Possey and Eric Peterson. The Wildcats dedicated the victory to running back Everett Anderson, who broke his arm in last week's game against Pasadena.

* 140-pounders -- The Andover Apaches improved to 7-1 with a 27-0 victory over the Severn Savages.

Shawn Gaither opened the fireworks with a 73-yard pass to Justin Walters. Gaither then scored the second touchdown of the day on a 19-yard run. Timmy Wilburn hit Walters on a 5-yard

pass to give the Apaches a 19-0 halftime lead.

Mike Trice sacked the Savages' quarterback for a safety in the fourth quarter. Gaither scored his second touchdown on the ensuing free kick.

Strong efforts were turned in by Joe White, Tyrone McQuay, Danny Roselee, Shawn Drocella, Adam Patterson, Brian Speakman, Joe Poe and John Slemaker. The Apaches will be host to the Brooklyn Park Broncos in the first round of the playoffs Saturday at Apache Field.

Youth soccer * Under-17 girls -- The Severna Park Kickers grabbed sole possession of first place in the Washington Area Girls Soccer League Division II standings on Sunday by beating the Columbia

Lazers, 2-0.

Tara Thies (Northeast) and Stephanie Dull (Broadneck) scored a goal each, and Laura Basil (Chesapeake) added an assist. Coach Mel Kohler was impressed with his team's defensive unit, headed by goalie Marcia Lavin's (Arundel) 11 saves. Offensively, the Kickers outshot the Lazers 22-13.

On Oct. 24, Severna Park shut out the Columbia Jets, 3-0, as Corina Sonberg (Old Mill), Chrissy Kohlhepp (Chesapeake) and Dull scored goals. Lavin had five saves, as the Kickers

outshot their opponents 25-6.

A day earlier, the Kickers beat the Greater Severna Park Power, 2-0, as Thies and Jill Jones scored a goal each. Basil and Sarah Meehan each had an assist. Lavin and Angie Zittle split time in the Severna Park nets, each with five saves.

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