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RECREATION ROUNDUP

January 20, 1994|By Steven Kivinski

Ice hockey

The Chesapeake Bay Chiefs Squirt A ice hockey team recently returned from the North American Silver Stick Championships in Sarnia, Ontario.

The Chiefs earned the right to compete in Canada by winning the East Regional Championships earlier this season in Columbia. At the Silver Stick tournament, the Chiefs finished second in their division and tied for third overall with the host team from Sarnia.

Chesapeake's victory marked the first time a Maryland team has won a game at the Silver Stick Championships. The Chiefs won two of three games and would have reached the finals if the team from Indiana would have defeated the team from Gross Point, Mich.

The Chiefs beat Columbus, Ind., 4-3, and Benoit, Wisc., 4-3, before dropping another 4-3 decision to Gross Point.

Forwards Jimmy Morrison, Andy Metzger, John James, Mike Masten, Kevin Reinecke and Mike Smith provided the offense, and defenders Chris Brune, Michael Strickland, Brian Brady and Tommy Zlockie provided solid front-line defense for goalies John Rice and Steve Smith.

Youth basketball

* 12-and-under boys -- The Buccaneers improved their Hakeem Olajuwon League record to 2-1 by defeating EGBAC, 18-2, last Saturday at Marley Middle School.

Jeremy Robinson led all scorers with six points and teammates John Burkhalter, Ray Caputo, Jaime Knisely, Matt Wanner, Mike Schoolden and Butch Santucci scored two points each.

The Buccaneers will take on the Jessup-Province Youth Organization at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Marley Middle.

* 14-and-under boys -- The Severna Park Green Hornets boys basketball team improved its record to 10-5 with a pair of victories last week at Crofton Middle School.

The Green Hornets beat the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebel-Bullets, 37-17, before defeating Lake Shore, 44-31.

Severna Park's Nick Stock emerged as the leading scorer as he scored 18 points in the two games. Charles Robinson was next for the Hornets with 16 points, followed by Matt Briggs with 10. Von Craig, who missed the game against Lake Shore, had six points against the Bullets.

Severna Park will try to keep its winning streak alive when it takes on the undefeated Peninsula Athletic League at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Crofton Middle.

* 10-and-under boys -- Chris Sparks' last-second shot helped Crofton Red defeat UYC, 19-18, last Saturday at Southern High in Harwood.

It was the first win of the year for Crofton. Red trailed 6-5 at the half but rallied for eight points in the fourth quarter.

Sparks, whose game-winner came with two seconds remaining,

led all scorers with eight points and 11 rebounds. Nick Viola added six points and 13 rebounds and Aaron Shoots and David Erculiani each had two points.

Alex Boyd rounded out the scoring for the winners with one point. Playing well defensively for Crofton were Alex Vargo (three assists and four rebounds) and Ryan Mona.

"It was a great win and one we really needed," said Crofton coach Jay Vargo. "The kids have been working really hard and they finally got rewarded for their hard work. Now, their confidence is really soaring and they're starting to believe in themselves."

Crofton (1-2) will try to maintain it swinning ways when it takes on Galesville at 4 p.m. Saturday at Southern High School.

* 12-and-under girls -- Cape St Claire dropped its opener last week to Severna Park, 25-20, at Old Mill Middle School.

Megan Kennedy led the Cape with five points and eight rebounds and teammate Kim Barr added five points and four rebounds. Suzie Shuttleworth and Beth Ware each contributed four points in the losing cause and Stephanie Steimle added two.

Cape St. Claire showed improvement in its second game as it defeated Maryland City, 22-12.

Shuttleworth led the Cape with eight points and nine rebounds and M. J. Pruner helped out with six points and six steals. Ware had four points for the victors and Barr and Niki Westlund each chipped in with two points.

Steimle couldn't find the scoring column, but her six rebounds had a lot to with Cape St. Claire's offensive success.

Cape St. Claire will try to rebound when it takes on Lake Shore at 11 a.m. Saturday at Old Mill Middle.

Miscellaneous

* Volleyball Night -- The Buccaneers Youth Athletic Club is sponsoring a volleyball game between former Baltimore Colts players and the Pasadena Senior Olympians at 6 p.m. tomorrow at Northeast High School.

Some former Baltimore Colts expected to compete include Stan White, Rick Volk, Howard Stevens, Joe Washington and Bruce Laird, as well as others. The Buccaneers cheerleaders will lead the cheers and there also will be an exhibition game between Buccaneers coaches and the Clown Alley Clowns.

The cost of admission is $3 (children under 5 are free) and all

proceeds will go to the Buccaneers Athletic Club for youth projects.

* HYSL sign-ups -- The Harundale Youth Sports League (HYSL) will begin registering athletes for its baseball and softball season on Jan. 21 at Harundale Mall's fountain court.

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