Ice hockeyThe Howard County Youth Hockey Club Bantam B...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

December 07, 1993|By Rich Scherr

Ice hockey

The Howard County Youth Hockey Club Bantam B team was the featured team in the Husky Game of the Week Saturday at Columbia Ice Rink.

And the Huskies didn't disappoint.

The team played a strong game at both ends of the ice en route to a 7-0 win over the Capital boys team.

Leading the way for the Huskies (2-4 overall, and 1-3 in the Capital Beltway Hockey League) were Harrison Budd and Robbie Parrish, each with two goals and an assist. Jory Rand, J.C. Daughaday and Trevor Frey also scored goals for the victors, and Rand, Jeff Burgoon and Bryan Thompson added assists.

The Huskies outshoot their opponents, 36-8.

Contributing to a strong defense were Justin Scruggs, Thompson, Chris Poisal, Jon Falk and goalie Matt Sniscak.

The Howard County Youth Hockey Club Pee Wee A's won one and lost one over the weekend in Capital Beltway Hockey League play.

On Saturday, goalies Lenny Barnard and Cedric Cato combined for an 11-0 shutout of the Baltimore Stars.

After T.J. Clay made it 1-0 with a first-period goal off an assist from Adam Levinson, the rout was on.

Howard scored six goals in the second period and four more in the third, dominating play at both ends of the ice.

Levinson led the way with three goals and two assists, followed by Clay (two, one), Bobby Steen (one, three), Mike Wilson (two, two) and Adam Clark, Zach Martinez and Brian Moscoe, each with single goals.

Other Huskies assisting on goals were Greg Hendrix (three) and Philip Down, Clark, Robby Falk, Brooks Brumstead and Mike Millios, with one assist each.

Howard then lost on Sunday, dropping a 7-3 decision to Chesapeake at the Naval Academy.

After falling behind, 3-0, Howard cut it to 3-2 on goals by Steen and Levinson. But Chesapeake pulled away with three unanswered goals at the start of the third period, and the Huskies couldn't recover.

Down scored the other Howard goal, and Steen, Levinson, Down and Clay picked up assists.

Basketball

9-10 girls -- Elizabeth Shields scored a game-high 14 points to lead Tennessee over Texas, 20-8, in Western Howard County Girls Basketball League action over the weekend.

Susan D'Angelo, Stephanie Simpson and Ashley Aronson also scored for the victors, while teammates Katie Dugan and Catherine Currano led the rebounding.

Rachel Hoyle spearheaded the Texas offense with four points, and Tiffany Cheyne and Amanda Moreland also scored. Jacqueline Crumrine helped direct the team's offense.

Elsewhere in the league, Alexandra Clark took over the game for Michigan with four minutes to play, scoring three straight baskets to lead her team to a 20-15 victory over Virginia.

Lindsay Lewis made numerous key steals, and Jennifer Grim led the team in rebounding. Beth Loveland, Suzanne Thrasher, Sandra Glinka and Lori Wasilewski also scored for Michigan.

Jennifer Emrich scored six points to lead a balanced Virginia attack. Other scorers were Jessica Lane, Erin Reilly and Bridget Willett, while Tara Fadrowski and Rosanna Drake led a tenacious defense.

In the other game over the weekend, Fana and Rashida Walcott led West Virginia over Villanova, 13-7. Amanda Larkin also scored for the victors, while teammate Stephanie Dawson played strong defense. Janice Rollyson, Kristen Goetz, Allie Juras and Carly Fyfe scored for Villanova.

The 8-9 Junior Bulls and 13-15 Knicks stayed unbeaten in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League over the weekend.

They, along with the 10-12 league-leading Blue Devils and the three second-place teams will play in next week's championship games.

8-9 boys -- The Junior Bulls improved to 9-0 with a 20-14 win over the Junior Spurs. Philip Boccuzzi scored 10 points to lead the victors, and Anthony Gaither scored eight to pace the Spurs (0-9).

In the other game, the Junior Celtics defeated the Junior Lakers, 29-24. Rashida Walcott led all scorers with 14 points for the Celtics (5-4). For the Lakers (4-5), Andrew Milauskas scored eight to lead the way.

The Bulls will face the Celtics in next weekend's league championship game.

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

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