FootballThe Winfield 11-and-under team closed its season...


November 18, 1993|By Mike Nortrup


The Winfield 11-and-under team closed its season with an 8-7 victory over Perry Hall.

Josh Rodriquez scored Winfield's touchdown in the first half, when he intercepted a pass and raced 60 yards.

Later, linebacker Brendan Floyd sacked Perry Hall's quarterback the end zone for a safety to up the lead to 8-0.

Perry Hall scored a third-quarter touchdown.

Linebacker Nick Hozik turned in a strong defensive game for Winfield.

The Westminster Wildcats 9-and-under team dropped a 7-6 game to Reisterstown.

Ben Yingling scored on a second-quarter 28-yard run, to bring the Wildcats within a point of Reisterstown, which had gone ahead in the opening quarter.

But Yingling was pulled down a yard shy of the end zone when he tried to run in the extra point.

Westminster tackle Jeff Spurrier was outstanding in defeat, making numerous tackles in the Reisterstown backfield.

Sandymount soccer

* Under-11 -- The first-place Green Dragons closed their championship season with an 8-2 victory over Purple.

Andy Kuchera, Ronnie Harris and Brandon Wood paced the Dragons (8-2) with two goals apiece.

Chelsea Carr-Epstein and Josh Asbury each added a score for the winners. Corey Cosgrove and Jerry Laumann had Purple's )) goals.

The second-place Blue Thunder ended their season by tying the Flames, 2-2.

Tara Muse and David Ledford scored the Thunder's goals; Jason Gerrard and Sarah Snyder tallied for the Flames.

The White Knights blanked Lite Blue, 2-0, behind goals by Chris Saxton and Dorothy Hernandez.

rTC The Red Fireballs outscored Orange, 8-5. Michael Baeder and Kyle Zentz paced the Fireballs with four and three goals, respectively. Eric Kaltrider added the eighth tally.

Jared and Rachel Imhoff each scored twice for Orange, and Chris

Firor also had a goal.

* Seniors -- Senior division champion Red closed its season by defeating Kelly Green, 9-4.

Will Woolford and Todd Cheney keyed the winners' attack with three goals apiece. Brendan Forsythe, Adam Barnett and Jim Reiter each added a score. Bucky Nilson scored three times for Green and Josh Imhoff added a goal.

Lite Blue edged Gold, 2-1, on goals by John Muse and Dustin Burgess. Jen Kitchen had the Gold tally.

Mason-Dixon soccer

Men's league -- The North Carroll Arrows dropped a 5-1 decision to league-leading Mercersburg (Pa.).

The Arrows opened the scoring on Mark Ludwig's first-half penalty kick and clung to that 1-0 lead until about 25 minutes remained.

Then, Mercersburg tied it and pulled away steadily thereafter against North Carroll (5-5).

The Arrows topped Williamsport, 3-1, in overtime. Jeff Cook had North Carroll's regulation goal.

Kreg Keeney's goal broke a 1-1 tie a minute into overtime and Marty Rill added an insurance tally near the end.

Freedom Optimist soccer

Grades 4-5 girls -- Katie Pahl scored two goals to lead Haight Funeral Home to a 2-0 shutout of Bartolini and Seamans. Rehnaz Nabavian and Lauren Kiessling had assists, and keeper Amanda Dash had eight saves.

* Grades 6-7 girls -- Pat's Framing defeated Vince's Video, 7-1. Angie Baer and Shannon Knight paced the winners with three and two goals, respectively.

Ashley Hall and Jaime Brown added goals for Pat's. Hall and Knight each had an assist. Katie Gardner scored Vince's goal on an assist by Rachel Wilson.

Kurt Linkoff, DDS. blanked Platte Insurance, 6-0, to complete an unbeaten championship season.

Theresa Sleeper scored two goals for Linkoff and Shannon Kelly, Patti Stromberg, Shannon McMonigle and Lindsay Mercier each added one.

Mercier also had an assist, as did Rachel Showman. Cheryl McGee had 11 saves for the winners.

* Grades 5-6 boys -- Carroll County Sports Medicine shut out Met Life, 2-0. Matt Elban had a goal and assist for the winners and Seth Perrine also had a goal. Daniel Goolsby had 10 saves for Sports Medicine.

Tangier Crab House beat Dr. Passarello's Drillers, 7-2.

Mike McManus and Sean Lawler paced Tangier's offense with two goals apiece. Steve Miller, Joe Kaniecki and Paul Daugherty also scored for the winners. Lawler and McManus each had two assists and Kevin Lefebvre had one.

Hubbard Mobile Power Wash topped Pizza Hut, 5-3, despite three goals by Pizza Hut's Rick Hogg. Jason Hammond assisted one of Hogg's goals.

* Grades 7-10 boys -- Eldersburg Inn nipped Team 1, 2-1.

Josh Brandt and Ryan Showman had the winners' goals and Showman and Joe Wheeler added assists.

Derek Weiner scored for Team 1, and Justin Poole turned in a fine all-around effort in a losing cause.

C-A Automotive blanked Reisterstown Federal, 3-0. Matt Parlette, Josh Elder and Chris Blanchard had the winners' goals. Nathan McCollough had an assist.

Carroll County soccer Girls league -- The North Carroll Panthers and Freedom battled a double-overtime scoreless tie in the under-10 division title game and were declared co-champions.

The Freedom Thunder won two playoff games last week and qualified for the under-14 A divisional finals.

They blanked Mount Airy, 7-0, in the quarterfinals behind three goals by Erica Gordon and two from Christina Voight.

Steph Wilson and Kate Hannon also tallied for the winners, who received outstanding defensive support from fullbacks Jen Nee, Meghan Bittick and Heather Stoetzer.

Hannon scored the only goal in the Thunder's 1-0 victory over North Carroll in the semifinals.

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