Youth soccerUnder-11 girls -- The Columbia Condors won one...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

November 23, 1993|By Rich Scherr

Youth soccer

Under-11 girls -- The Columbia Condors won one and tied one over the weekend at the Bethesda Soccer Club Thanksgiving Tournament at Germantown Park.

The team opened the tournament with a 4-1 win over the Sterling Concords, as Cathy James scored two goals and Alison Broglie and Michele Sorbo added one apiece. Laura Dean, Rachel Clinton, Lee McDuff and Courtney McDonald had assists for the victors, and Jessica Pryzmont, Megan Diehl and goalie Diane Caporaletti anchored a strong defense.

The Condors then fought the Stoddart (Washington) Aces to a 1-1 draw. Clinton scored Columbia's goal, and Megan Donahue also played well on offense.

On Saturday, the team lost twice, allowing three second-half goals in a 3-0 loss to the McLean Hurricanes, and dropping a 2-1 decision to the Potomac Dynamos.

Vanessa Neuworth, Shannon Glisan, Cathy McDonald, Thea Williamson, Rachel Stoutenborough and James played well despite the losses.

Basketball

After recording victories over the weekend, the 8-9 Junior Bulls, 10-12 Blue Devils and 13-15 Knicks of The Supreme Sports Club basketball league all improved to 7-0 and extended their leads over the nearest challengers to three games.

8-9 boys -- The Junior Bulls defeated the Junior Celtics, 30-21, as Philip Boccuzzi scored 14 points and Brian Thomas added 12. Rashida Walcott scored 11 to pace the Celtics (3-4).

The Junior Lakers improved to 4-3 with a 22-17 win over the Junior Spurs. Andrew Milauskas scored 10 points to lead the victors, and Anthony Gaither scored a game-high 16 to lead the Spurs (0-7).

10-12 boys -- Wintley Phipps scored 29 points, Anthony Breland scored 28 and Mike Berman added 10 as the Blue Devils rolled to an 83-54 win over LSU. Jason Ortega scored 21, Bradley Dier 15 and Kevin Chrapaty 12 to pace LSU(0-7).

The Hoyas moved into a tie for second place, defeating the Hurricanes, 62-26. Chris Wirth scored 17, Danny Babkes had 11 and Trevor Randall and Craig Manchio each had 10 to lead the Hoyas (4-3). Allen Scott (12) and Eric Jones (10) led the Hurricanes (4-3).

The Hoosiers also moved to 4-3 with a 47-38 win over the Wolverines. Justin Brawes led the victors with a game-high 22 points, and Garth DeAngelis added 13. Matt Ellis and McKinsey Moore each scored 12 and Christopher Riley added 10 to pace the Wolverines (2-5).

13-15 boys -- The Knicks got 16 points from Dan Adler, 14 from Eliot Green and 13 from Chris Corbett en route to a 69-45 win over the Bulls. Nicholas Green scored 18 and James Dulaney 17 for the Bulls (2-5).

The Hornets defeated the 76ers, 74-66. Chris Ralph (17 points) and Chris Oxford (10) led the Hornets (4-3), and Marc Alston (22), Simon Bwalya (16) and Keilan Matthews (12) paced the 76ers (4-3).

The Celtics (3-4) defeated the Spurs (1-6), 2-0, on a forfeit.

Swimming

Brian Best and Patrick Evans from the Retriever Aquatic Club combined to break three individual meet records at last weekend's Fall Festival Swimming Classic at UMBC.

Best, in the 11-12 class, set marks in the 50 fly (26.49 seconds) and 50 back (28.33), and Evans, in the 13-14 class, shattered the record in the 50 free (23.45).

Other meet records were set by the relay teams of Lisa Webb, Laurie Felker, Rachel Handshu and Terra Peterson -- in the 13-14 200 free (1:43.63) and 200 medley (1:56.95) -- and Evans, Michael Conti, Cedric Taylor and Michael Malchak in the 13-14 200 free (1:35.45).

Other Retriever winners were Alex Best, Daniel Zohorsky, Sean Evans, Matt Easterday and Michael Collins.

The meet, played host to by the Retriever Aquatic Club and the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, featured 609 swimmers from 29 clubs in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and Pennsylvania.

Ice hockey

The Howard County Youth Hockey Club Bantam B's rally fell short on Sunday, as the team fought back from a 5-1 deficit against Hampton Roads before losing, 5-4, in Capital Beltway Hockey League play.

After Hampton took a 1-0 lead early in the game, Brice Murray tied it off a pass from Flynn Einhorn.

But the Virginia team came out shooting in the second period, scoring four unanswered goals, two on power plays, to take a commanding 5-1 lead.

Howard got goals from Harrison Budd (unassisted), Jory Rand, Robbie Parrish and Bryan Thompson, but it wasn't enough.

The Bantams' Matt Sniscak was outstanding in goal, and defensemen Jon Falk, Doug Faust, Jody Lenes, Chris Poisal, Justin Scruggs and Thompson also had strong games, killing off several penalties.

The Howard County Youth Hockey Club Squirt A Huskies dropped weekend games to the Montgomery Blue Devils and the Chesapeake Chiefs.

Against Montgomery, the Huskies held a 2-1 lead before the Devils came back with four straight goals to close out the second period en route to a 5-2 win. Kyle Fenton, from Derek Williams, and Wayne Lemanna scored goals for the Huskies.

Danny Fritz also played well on the defensive end.

The Chesapeake game was just the opposite, as the Huskies trailed 4-0 and rallied to cut the lead to 4-3 by the end of the second period before falling, 6-3.

Justin Bridle, Fenton and Justin Keller scored in defeat, with assists going to Fenton, Bridle, Lamanna, Mike Kelly and Adam Levine. Defensemen Matt Collins and Matt Scott also played well.

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

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