WrestlingThe Manchester Wrestling Club won its Manchester...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

January 13, 1994|By Mike Nortrup

Wrestling

The Manchester Wrestling Club won its Manchester wrestling tournament last weekend, outdistancing 12 other youth wrestling teams from the Baltimore-Washington metro area.

Manchester coasted to the team title with 349 points, which are earned when a team's wrestler wins or ties a bout.

Owings Mills (formerly Randallstown) finished second with 231. The Warriors were third with 148 1/2 , Francis Scott Key seventh with 104 and Westminster 10th with 77.

Carroll County wrestlers placed in one of the first six finishing positions in 17 of the tournament's 18 weight categories. Manchester won seven weight categories and Westminster took one.

Manchester's Adam Boog, who finished first in the 107-pound weight class, was named the tournament's outstanding heavyweight in a poll of coaches.

Carroll County wrestlers placing were as follows: 50 -- Jeff Leeper (Man), first; Lee Crowl (FSK), second; 55 -- Tyler Graham (Man), first; 60 -- Kellen Weber (Warr), sixth; 65 -- Tyler Alexander (Man), first; Nate Yinger (FSK), second; Danny Patterson (Warr), fifth; 70 -- Zach Maloff (Man), third; Mark Richard (Warr), fourth; Matt Myers (Man), fifth; 75 -- Fran Jackson (Man), second; Bryan Hamper (Warr), third; 80 -- James Holmes (Man), first; 85 -- John Muse (FSK), second; Jesse Stank (Warr), third; Daren Hooper (FSK), fourth; 90 -- Jared Zillmer (Warr), second; Clint Day (Man), fifth; Tom Niemeyer (Warr), sixth; 95 -- Bobby Biden (West), third; 100 -- Randy Holmes (Man), first; 107 -- Boog, Mike Muller (Warr), second; Keith Knutson (Warr), fifth; 115 -- Dameon Davis (Man), first; Tim Sharkey (West), fifth; 122 -- Jason Hamper (Warr), fifth; -- 130 -- Tony Barbera (Man), third; 140 -- Carl Yelton (Man), sixth; 150 -- Colin Eutsler (Man), first; Jim Sharkey (West), third; Ryan

Banks (West), fourth; Sean Ward (Warr), fifth.

Carroll Cup tennis The Love Machine recorded its 22nd Carroll Cup indoor tennis league match in a row with a come-from-behind 33-23 win over the Lynesmen at the Carroll Racquet Club in Finksburg.

The Lynesmen won the first three events. They took a 23-17 lead after Ann Muhvich and Carole Fortney won an 8-2 decision in women's doubles.

The Love Machine, though, never lost another game. Cliff Losee won the men's No. 1 singles, 8-0, to put the Machine ahead, 25-23. Joe Hayward and Jim Tolentino then took an 8-0 verdict in men's doubles to close out the match.

The 10s-2NITE squad kept pace with the Love Machine by beating the Death Squad, 32-25. Both teams are 4-0.

Mike Rowe won, 8-0, in No. 1 men's singles, to tie the match at 24. Rowe then teamed with Wayne Harbaugh to take the men's doubles final match, 8-1, for the win.

John Weis won twice to pace the Death Squad to a 24-16 lead after three events. He won No. 2 men's singles, 8-7, and teamed with Vicki Ferguson for an 8-4 victory in mixed doubles.

The Topspinners dealt the Poachers their first loss of the year with a 31-27 win. Don Fortney's No. 2 men's singles win in the opening event gave the Poachers an 8-4 lead. But Sandy Yingling and Charlotte Coffey later won an 8-4 decision in women's doubles to give the Topspinners a lead they never relinquished. Sandy Yingling also teamed with Duane Yingling in an 8-4 mixed doubles victory.

The Smashers got off to a promising start when Ray and Suzi Lyons took an 8-2 win in the mixed doubles opening event. But the Aces swept the last four events to win going away, 34-20. The Aces' Ron Chang won the men's No. 1 singles, 8-0.

The Coyotes won their first match of the year, beating the Crushers, 32-30.

The Coyotes won three of the first four matches to build a 31-22 lead, enough to survive an 8-1 men's doubles win by the Crushers' Barry Troxell and Chris Weber in the final event.

The Coyotes' Dave Ready and David Johns won 8-4 decisions in No. 2 and No. 1 men's singles, respectively.

St. John's youth basketball K-2 Division -- The Magic remained tied for first with the Lions with a 14-7 decision over the Panthers. Roger Hattrup and Billy Norat paced the winners (3-0) with six and four points, respectively. Shane Stem had five for the Panthers.

John Clayton paced the attack with 12 points, as his Lions topped the Terrors, 26-5. Mike Nussbaum had four for the Terrors.

The Hornets got by the Cavs, 16-13. Daniel Stone, Brett Bonville and Matt Schaffer paced the Hornets with four points apiece. Bryce Geiman had six for the Cavs.

The Owls beat the Spurs, 14-12. Scoring four points apiece were the Owls' Ryan Bauer and Kevin Teal and the Spurs' Dean Tolson and Jimmy Cotterman.

Grades 3-4 -- The first-place Spurs improved to 3-0 by upending the Sonics, 16-8. The winners' Robbie Wittstadt led all scorers with eight points, and Marcus Frisby had six for the Sonics.

Kevin Collins had six points and Matt Dutterer added five to pace the Rockets to a 23-7 verdict over the Suns.

Ryan Chaney had a game-high eight points for the Knicks. But the Celtics were the winners, 20-10. Shawn Wynne had six points for the Celtics.

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