Basketball* 14-and-under boys -- The Linthicum-Ferndale...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

January 27, 1994|By Steven Kivinski

Basketball

* 14-and-under boys -- The Linthicum-Ferndale Yellow Jackets have gotten off to a great start, winning their first three Calbert Cheaney League games at George Fox Middle and North County High schools.

In their first game, the Yellow Jackets outscored Harundale 16-5 in the fourth quarter en route to a 40-27 victory.

Rich Wiseman led the way for Linthicum-Ferndale with 19 points, followed by Chad Brown, David Kessler and Rick Anarino with five points apiece. Will Klemkowski chipped in with four points.

Linthicum-Ferndale came away with a 37-18 win over the Anne Arundel Optimist in its second game. The Yellow Jackets turned up the heat defensively in the third quarter and it paid off as they outscored the Optimists 19-6.

The Yellow Jackets used balanced scoring, which included six points each from Brown, Wiseman and Tim Brogunier and five points from Anarino.

Klemkowski, Jason Ashburn and Mario Proserpi each added four for points the winners and Kessler chipped in two. Helping out with solid defense were George Shorter and Bryan Ashburn.

Linthicum-Ferndale defeated West Youth Activity, 38-3, in its third game.

Brown and Wiseman led the way with eight points each and Shorter pitched in six points. Kessler, Anarino and Jason Ashburn had four points apiece and Brogunier and Bryan Ashburn each contributed two points.

The Yellow Jackets also won their first two games in the Northern Conference of the Rebels Sunday League at North County High.

Linthicum-Ferndale beat the Rebels, 27-15, in a game that was tied at the half. The Yellow Jackets, who held the Rebels to four second-half points, were led by Wiseman with 11 points, followed by Brown with seven, Kessler with three and Klemkowski, Anarino and Shorter with two apiece.

In the second game, Wiseman's 20-point effort helped Linthicum-Ferndale outlast the Lake Shore Spartans, 38-35. Proserpi and Brown added six and five points, respectively.

* 13-14 boys -- The Linthicum-Ferndale Suns won their first three games of the Linthicum-Ferndale Intramural League season.

The Suns beat Murph's in their opener, 30-27. Chad Brown led the Suns with 14 points, followed by Jeff Care with 10, Eric Schoenbachler with four and Brian Webb with two.

Murph's was led by Justin Blick, Tim Brogunier and Bryan Ashburn with six points each and Brad Wisniewski with four.

The Suns downed Curt's, 41-31, in their second intramural league contest. Care and Brown led the way with 19 and 12 points, respectively, followed by Nean Conlon and Cody Games with three points each and Schoenbachler and Webb with two apiece.

Frankie Cartger and Andrew Showalter were cited for their strong defensive efforts.

Curt's was led by Rick Anarino with nine points and Proserpi, Ben Carr and Mark Wersinger with six each. Chris Cooche rounded out the scoring with four points.

Brown's 16 points helped the Suns down Klem's, 43-13. The Suns took a 17-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.

Care added 14 points for the victors, followed by Schoenbachler with five and Webb with four. Conlon and Gales chipped in two points each.

Klem's was led by Will Klemkowski and Tony Canterna with four points each. Donovan Fox and Scott Foster chipped in two points each.

Youth soccer Under-12 boys -- The Arundel Soccer Association Falcons dropped a 5-3 decision last week to Perry Hall in an indoor matchup at Du Burns Arena in Canton.

Kami Knopf scored the Falcons' first goal on a feed from Lindsay Skerenchak. Knopf later added the second goal with no assistance.

Kelly Schiavone and Lauren McKeever also played well.

Junior swimming Thirty-two members of the Naval Academy Junior Swim Club competed at the recent Knights of Columbus Optimist Swim Meet in Baltimore.

Adrianne Glasgow placed second in the 200-meter individual medley in the girls 8-and-under division. She also placed sixth in the 100 backstroke and established a Navy record for 8-year-olds in the 100 butterfly. Teammate Courtney Dantone set a Navy record in the 100 breaststroke.

In the 10-and-under boys division, Navy's Patrick Kjellberg placed second in the 100 IM and teammate Ryan Gorman took third in the 100 freestyle.

Also placing at the meet for the Navy Juniors were Gregory Mites, KatieCalcaterra, Erik Schlegel, Krista Gerstenlauer, Brendan Baker, Sara Carpenter, Catilin Price, Scott Clempner, Nally Kjellberg and Thomas Scholfield.

Some Navy swimmers recording personal-best times were Adam Carpenter, Joseph Biancaniello, Meg Hahn, Doug Carey, Kelly Benzing, Henri Kjellberg, Nicholas Baker, Jason Townsend, Chris Calcaterra, Bronwen Price, Ashley Clempner, Chris Urbin, Beck Strohmer, Courtney Blair, Jennifer Eppig, Wendy Scholfield and Regina Thorp.

Junior wrestling The Arden Attackers Wrestling Club participated in last Sunday's Golden Corral Invitational Wrestling Tournament in Aberdeen.

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