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RECREATION ROUNDUP

November 10, 1993|By Mike Nortrup

Because of production problems this article did not appear in some of yesterday's editions. Football

* Mountain-Valley League -- Linganore pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat the Gamber-Smallwood Mustangs, 19-12, in a junior varsity contest.

Ryan Esposito's 15-yard run put the Mustangs ahead 6-0 in the first quarter.

Linganore went ahead 13-6 before Ryan Fisher's 50-yard fourth-quarter run brought the locals within 13-12.

Linganore scored again later in the quarter, and Gamber got no closer.

* Carroll County League -- The North Carroll Panthers beat the Winfield Cavaliers, 14-7, in double overtime to clinch a spot in the Carroll County Football League Super Bowl.

North Carroll's Danny Sorrells intercepted a pass to stop a fourth-quarter Winfield drive at the Panthers' 15, keeping the game scoreless and sending it into overtime.

In the first overtime, Steve Suter, who ran for 108 yards on 25 carries, had a 2-yard touchdown run to put the Panthers ahead. Sorrells' extra-point plunge made it 7-0.

Winfield retaliated as quarterback Wes Sauter ran 5 yards to score.

Sorrells, who carried 16 times for 106 yards, scored the winning touchdown in the second overtime on a 5-yard run and Ellwood Miles ran in the conversion.

On Winfield's final possession, Suter shoved Rodriquez out of bounds just short of the goal line on a fourth-down running play.

North Carroll linebacker Eric Etzel had a big defensive game, making 13 tackles and recovering two fumbles.

In the 9-under game, North Carroll beat Winfield, 19-6.

Justin Hackler scored on a 75-yard run, Frannie Jackson on a 25-yard scamper and Jeremy Raynor on a 1-yard plunge for North Carroll.

Westminster and Sykesville are tied for first with 7-1 records in the 10-under division. The two meet Saturday to decide the regular-season title.

Westminster topped Arbutus, 19-0, and Perry Hall, 6-0.

Stevie Howard scored on a 45-yard run and intercepted a pitchout and ran 30 yards for another score.

Justin Janowitz's 35-yard sweep and extra-point run accounted for the other points.

Brendan McDaniel's 5-yard second-quarter bootleg gave Westminster its only points in a 6-0 squeaker over Perry Hall.

Sykesville had little trouble with Arbutus. It topped that Baltimore County-based squad, 33-6.

Ryan Sargent scored on 3-, 5- and 14-yard runs.

Quarterback Jeremiah Poehlman was another big producer for the winner. He ran 20 yards for a touchdown and passed 25 yards to B. J. Law for another.

Youth soccer

* Under-10 boys -- North Carroll Physical Therapy stopped Main Street Photographic, 3-1.

Kyle Reese had two goals for North Carroll, and Sean Hare added one. Josh Horner had Main Street's score.

Ryan Koch and J. T. Potter supplied the goals, as Uniform Graphix nipped Vision Arts, 2-1, in a North Carroll semifinal.

* Under-12 boys -- First-place Sunshine Child Development beat Farmers'-Merchants' Bank, 2-0, on goals by Mark Nejman and Mark Campbell.

Jocelyn Bartel paced the attack with two goals, as Westminster Bank beat Miller-Liberto, CPA's, 4-1.

* Under-14 boys -- First-place Towne Pride closed out the regular season by topping Deans' Restaurant, 4-1.

Matt Alban, Greg Daut, Regis D'Angelo and Joe Prajznor each scored for Towne Pride.

Tom Bungay scored two goals and Matt Will one to lead Lamotte Development's 3-0 victory over Long-Foster.

* Under-12 boys -- Justin Watts had the game's only score, as Westminster Bank edged Farmers'-Merchants' Bank, 1-0.

Pizza Garden doubled the score on Miller-Liberto, CPA's, 4-2.

Jason Warmer's three goals sparked the winner's attack, and Anthony Pacelli also scored for Pizza Garden.

* Seniors -- Red socked Gold, 8-0, in a Sandymount Soccer League game, as Josh Skurnik and Will Woolford each scored two goals.

Sarah Bowen, Todd Chaney, Jeff Callahan and Brandon Foresythe added a goal each.

* Under-11 boys -- Derek Baumgardner scored twice, and the Flames nipped the Red Fireballs, 2-1.

Gregory Jones scored the Fireballs' goal.

The Blue Thunder topped Orange, 5-2, as Jason Holman paced the attack with three goals.

Purple shut out the White Knights, 4-0. Jerry Laumann sparked the winner's attack with two scores; James Morton and Corey Cosgrove added one apiece.

The first-place Green Dragons romped over Lite Blue, 9-2.

Chelsea Carr-Epstein scored four goals for the winners, and Josh Asbury and Andy Kuchera each added two. Ronnie Harris had the ninth score.

Blue Thunder ripped the White Knights, 8-0. Jason Holman's five goals paced the Thunder.

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