Basketball* Men's league -- The Warriors downed the...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

January 20, 1994|By Mike Nortrup

Basketball

* Men's league -- The Warriors downed the Rockets, 63-36, behind 20 points from Jim Forrester and 14 by Steve Bosley. Andy Underwood scored 12 for the Rockets.

Mike Lynch poured in 29 points to pace the Bullets to a 74-71 victory over the Knicks. John Brown added 17 for the winners. Kevin White and Robbie Clark scored 22 and 12 points, respectively, for the Knicks.

Mike Klingenberg scored 24 points and Troy Warehime added 22 to pace the Suns' 69-65 decision over the Sonics.

Kreg Keeney tallied 18 points for the Sonics and Denny Snyder tacked on 12.

The Bulls beat the Spurs, 68-48, behind 26 points by Mike Pauley and 11 from Carl Rihard. Eric Nowicki scored 15 points for the Spurs and Pete Litchka added 10.

* 7th and 8th graders -- Manchester Pharmacy beat Pizza Garden, 41-33, behind Robbie Vaughn's 16 points.

Justin Hobbs had 10 for Pizza Garden.

Harlan Caterers stopped Thomas, Bennett and Hunter, 40-37, as Steve Bair pumped in 21 points for the winners.

Jeremy Hale scored 11 for Thomas.

Garrett Sanner poured in a game-high 28 points, but his Hess Music team was still the loser to the J. B. Bombers, 51-41.

Stacey Aberts had 20 for the Bombers.

* 5th and 6th grade boys -- Charles Devilbiss was the big gun, with 14 points, as his A. P. Boone team beat White Pine Paving, 20-6. Kevin Crest had four points for White Pine.

Nick's Pizzaria topped Genova's Pizza, 23-15. Joe Trapanini scored 14 points for Nick's and Brian Fuller added 12 for Genova's.

LaMotte Development stopped Mobile Lawn Mower Repair, 25-19, as Mark Winemiller's 17 points paced the winners' attack. Tom Quinn had eight for Mobile.

Manchester Auto Parts defeated Batter's Box, 36-19. Nate Miller led all scorers with 22 points and Greg Dalgarno scored six for Batter's Box.

Hunt Valley Imports beat Masonry Contracting, 31-16. Mark Campbell scored 16 points for the winners and Brian Lenz had eight for Masimore.

* 7th and 8th graders -- Koons of Westminster topped Mount Airy IV, 33-26. Mike McComas paced the winners with 13 points and '' Robbie Vaughn added 11.

Koons also beat Mount Airy I, 45-33. Kimo Stryne scored 15 points for Koons and Jemel Hogan and Vaughn each added 10.

* 8th and 9th grade boys -- In a battle of unbeatens in the St. Joseph's Youth Basketball League, White outlasted Black, 54-47, in double overtime.

White's Alex Hafer led all scorers with 29 points and Bill Wilson added 14 for the winners (4-0).

Jeremy Shurak threw in 26 points for Black before fouling out in overtime. Jared Hudson scored 11 points and Jamie Bastress added 10 as Blue topped Grey, 37-34. Grey's David Holloway had 13.

Red evened its record at 2-2 as it got by Gold, 37-35. The winners' Ken Clark had 16 points, as did Will Frankton for Gold. Gold's Keith Sullivan added 13.

* 10th-12th grade boys -- Grey moved into first place with a 62-47 victory over Black. Mike Sheehan had 14 points and Joe Kafchinski had 10 for Grey.

Zach Williams scored 12 for Black.

Green downed Gold, 63-33, as Vinve Vaccare pumped in a game-high 25 points for the winners. Will Kane added 15 for Green. Brian Steiger scored 14 points for Gold.

Black beat Gold, 51-44. Kevin Saum and T. J. Cook had 19 and 14 points, respectively, for the winners. Gold's Steiger led all scorers with 24.

Grey beat Blue 46-25. Mike Dolan scored 10 points for Gold.

* Grades K-2nd -- Dan Stone and Matt Schaffer each scored six points to key the Hornets' 18-10 victory over the Spurs in a St. John's league game. Chris Collins' four points paced the Spurs.

The Eagles' Matt Laumann was the game's top scorer with 14 points. But that's all his Eagles could score and the Cavs prevailed, 17-14. Jeff Baumiller scored eight points for the Cavs.

The Lions and Magic each won their games to stay tied for first with 4-0 records.

The Lions topped the Heat, 31-5, as Timmy McKenzie scored eight points for the winners and John Clayton added six. The Heat's Shane Russell scored four.

The Magic downed the Terrors, 17-3, as Billy Norat paced the winners with six points.

* 3rd and 4th graders -- Eric Gill scored eight points and Scott Lackowski added six to pace the Sonics' 22-14 win over the Rockets.

Kevin Collins, Timmy Johnson and Bryan Watkins each scored four points for the Rockets. The Nets improved to 3-0-1 with a 19-13 win over the Knicks. Nick Pyzik and Shane Anderson paced the Nets with five and four points, respectively. Ryan Chaney and Tommy Mueller each scored five for the Knicks.

Stephen Evans scored six points, as his Pistons downed the Terps, 20-9. Jason Stone scored for for the Terps.

Jonathan Laveland, Shawn Wynne, Paul Smith and Daniel Erbe led a balanced attack with four points apiece, in their Celtics' 22-8 win over the Suns.

In a battle of undefeated teams, the Spurs came out on top of the Jazz, 14-8. Robby Wittstadt and Todd Edmonston each scored four points for the Spurs (4-0).

* 5th and 6th graders -- First-place Gray ran its record to 5-0 with a 34-8 win over Orange.

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