BasketballIt was championship weekend at The Supreme...


December 14, 1993|By Rich Scherr


It was championship weekend at The Supreme Sports Club, and the league's three season-long frontrunners didn't disappoint.

The 8-9 Junior Bulls (10-0), the 10-12 Blue Devils (9-1) and the 13-15 Knicks (10-0) all won titles with convincing victories.

Here is a look at the games:

* 8-9 boys -- The Junior Bulls completed a perfect season with a 32-7 win over the Junior Celtics. Philip Boccuzzi led the champions with 18 points, and David Freund scored six for the Celtics, who finished at 5-5.

In the consolation, the Junior Spurs picked up their first victory of the season, defeating the Junior Lakers, 20-7. Anthony Gaither led the Spurs (1-9) with 13 points and teammate Brian Tanney had seven.

* 10-12 boys -- Anthony Breland's 38-point performance propelled the Blue Devils to the title with a 63-46 win over the Hoyas.

The Blue Devils finished at 9-1.

Ronald Coursey and Craig Manchio paced the Hoyas (4-6) with 17 and 11 points, respectively.

In the consolation, Dawud Wallace scored 14 to help the Hurricanes (5-5) edge the Hoosiers, 30-29. McKinsey Moore scored nine to lead the Hoosiers (4-6).

* 13-15 boys -- The Knicks completed their season undefeated by stopping the 76ers, 73-63, in the championship game.

Dan Adler had 28 points and Josh Bross added 18 to lead the way, and Darnerien McCants scored 17, Aisha Walcott 14 and Marc Alston 13 to pace the 76ers.

The consolation game saw the Celtics defeat the Hornets, 61-59, on Chris Oxford's short jumper as time expired in overtime.

Phil Mackey had 24 points and Derwin Simpson had 13 to lead the Celtics (4-6), and Mike Brown (25 points) and Greg McKelvin (10) paced the Hornets (5-5).

* 8-10 boys -- Eddie Yanacek had six points and two assists, Chad Gillenwater had four points and three assists and Andrew Milauskas had four points and two assists to lead the Trinity Boys B team to a 22-3 win over host St. Mark's B in CYO action over the weekend.

Andy Oare and Patrick O'Donnell also had four points each to round out the scoring for the victors, who improved to 2-0, and Matthew Barrett led the defensive charge with three steals.

Travis Bannon and O'Donnell pulled down nine and seven rebounds, respectively.

Ice hockey

Daniel Baron scored the game-winning goal with 3 minutes, 42 seconds left in the third period to lift the Howard County Squirt A's over Easton, 3-2, in Capitol Beltway Hockey League action over the weekend.

The goal was Baron's second of the game, and teammate Hustin Keller added the other. Adam Levine and Derek Williams had assists.

The strong Howard County defense was led by defenseman Matt Collins and goalie Kurt Carter.

In a game earlier in the week, the Huskies lost to Hershey, 8-1, with Justin Bridle scoring the lone Howard goal off a pass from Nick Graves.

The Howard County Huskies Bantam B team had a lopsided week, winning big on the road Thursday before losing by an equally big margin at home on Saturday.

The Huskies first defeated the Baltimore Stars, 12-1. Scoring for the victors were Robby Parrish and Jory Rand with three goals and three assists apiece, Harrison Budd (two, one), Bryce Murray (two goals), Erek Dixon and Doug Flynn (one goal and one assist each) and J. C. Daughaday (four assists).

Defensively, Bryan Thompson (one assist), Chris Poisal (one assist), Justin Scruggs, Jon Falk and goalie Matt Sniscak led the way.

But the team's success didn't last through the weekend.

On Saturday, a strong Montgomery team defeated the Huskies, 10-2, and outshot them 35-14.

Dixon and Trevor Frey Murray scored the Howard team's only goals, with Jeff Burgoon, Murray and J. C. Daughaday getting the assists.

The Huskies are 2-4 in the CBHL and 3-5 overall.


Two competitors from the Top Flight Gymnastics Club in Columbia made good showings at Sunday's District Qualifier at Barlow's in Annapolis, qualifying for the upcoming state meet.

Elie Sollins scored a 26.25 in the all-around to take third in the Class 5, 8-11 group, and Ryan Hikel made the mark with a 20.4 all-around in Class 6.

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

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