Football* 90-pounders -- Jimmy Richardson --ed 95 yards on...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

November 23, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski

Football

* 90-pounders -- Jimmy Richardson --ed 95 yards on a reverse with 24 seconds left in regulation to enable the Andover Archers (11-0) to nip the Pasadena Chargers, 18-15.

The Chargers (8-3) had a chance to put the game away with less than two minutes left, but were stopped by the Archers' defense on a fourth-and-one inside the Andover 10-yard line.

Eric Pinkney caught a 50-yard touchdown pass and returned a kickoff 60 yards to lead the Archers' offense. The Chesapeake Division champs will take on Shadyside for the county championship at Anne Arundel Community College on Saturday.

* 120-pounders -- The Andover Apaches exploded for 27 second-half points to defeat the Pasadena Chargers, 34-0, in the Chesapeake Division championship game.

Dominic Harris ran for two touchdowns covering 36 and 32 yards, and Dennis Emge threw two touchdown passes to Keith Eldridge (32 and 25 yards). Toney Twitty scored the final Apache touchdown on a 45-yard run.

Emge also threw two extra-point passes.

The Apache coaching staff gave credit to Otis James, Mike Parks, Matt Stoffel, Jeff Trevillian, Theo Bowie, Andy Eser, Bryan Goodwin, Justin Nash, Jason King, Bryan Hughan and Donte Lamb.

Andover will match up against Severna Park for the county title at Anne Arundel Community College on Saturday.

The Severna Park Green Hornets improved to 10-0 with a 38-0 victory over the Crofton Crusaders.

O. J. Jackson and Von Craig combined for 22 tackles for the Hornets' defense, which forced three fumbles and allowed only four first downs.

Scoring touchdowns for Severna Park were Jackson, Craig, Matt Kellough and Nick Cipriano.

* 105-pounders -- Severna Park won the Southern Division championship with a 12-0 win over the previously unbeaten Davidsonville Gators.

The Green Hornets went ahead 6-0 on quarterback Mike Cosper's 3-yard touchdown run. Cosper's 25-yard pass to Dennis Cantwell on fourth-and-10 kept the drive alive.

The victors added their second touchdown in the third quarter on Mehdi Nematollahi's 1-yard dive to finish off a 45-yard drive.

The offensive line, led by Charlie Winkle, Scott MacMullen, Starke Mueller, Ryan McGarry, Jeremy Winkle, Chris Odom, Matt Lehmann and Jerry Cornett, opened up the holes for backs Jay Walker, Pat McNeil, Cantwell, Nematollahi and Cosper as they rolled up 190 yards rushing.

The defense earned its eighth shutout, and Mueller recovered two fumbles. Jeremy Tate and Davin Rausch also helped to anchor the defense.

The special teams were led by Sean Martin, Grayson Chalmers, Dan Furbish and Mark Terry and provided excellent field position throughout the day.

The Hornets will take on Northern Division champion GORC (11-0) at 1 p.m. Saturday at Anne Arundel Community College.

The GORC Wildcats won the Chesapeake Division crown by defeating the Pasadena Chargers, 26-0.

Justin Golliday scored first for the Wildcats on a 42-yard run and added a second first-quarter touchdown from 35 yards out.

Kris Lundborg made it a 20-0 game at the half when he plunged in from 1 yard out. Golliday closed out the scoring in the fourth quarter when he broke loose from 53 yards away to score his third touchdown.

Solid line blocking by Jason Scott, Mark Tribett, Matthew Tribett, Henry Hanburger, Andre Penny, Jeff Lloyd and Travis Blake helped the Wildcats control the line of scrimmage and rack up 269 yards rushing.

Youth soccer

under-10 boys -- The St. Jane Wolfpack completed regular-season play with a 10-0 record as it defeated the Greater Glen Burnie Hurricanes, 3-0, last week.

Nick Hurd, Don Mackin and Marques Henderson scored for the Wolfpack. Billy Coursey was credited with an assist on Henderson's goal.

C. J. Leo, Ian McCormack, Doug Johnson and Michael Edwards anchored the defense. The victory gave keeper Ben Buckey his sixth Anne Arundel Youth Soccer League shutout.

In North County fall tournament action, the St. Jane Wolfpack advanced to the championship round by shutting out GORC, 3-0.

Mackin scored on a cross from Zach Mundy three minutes into the first half, and midfielder Evan Carter made it a 2-0 game at the half by adding an unassisted goal. Coursey completed the scoring late in the second half on a penalty kick.

Controlling the midfield for St. Jane were Richard Anuszewski, Scott Snyder and Charlie Stupp.

The Wolfpack advanced to the semifinals of the Arundel Cup by defeating Mountain Road, 1-0.

Hurd scored in the 20th minute on a pass from Stupp. Buckey was credited with seven saves.

Water polo

The Annapolis Water Polo Club A team placed second in the recent ninth annual Eastern High School Water Polo Championships at Trenton (N.J.) State College.

Annapolis earned its bid to the finals by defeating Greenwich, 14-5, as Jason Golaboski scored a team-high four goals, three of which came from two-point range. Brian Basye and Patrick Donlin each scored three goals, and Rich Slinghuff added one.

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