Basketball* 10-under girls -- Charity Stone scored eight...


February 10, 1994|By Rich Scherr


* 10-under girls -- Charity Stone scored eight points, including some in key fourth-quarter situations, to lead the Columbia Terrapins to a 24-15 win over Crofton last weekend in the Arbutus Sunday League.

Melissa Moore also scored eight, and Sarah Hobart, Tanae Jenifer, Fana Walcott and Rashida Walcott added two points apiece.

Defensively, Ashley Hooper, Sarah Costa, Lindsay Frank and Shanee Johnson led the victors.

* Major girls -- Trish Dewart and Carrie Sutcliff of LSU combined to score all of their team's points as the Tigers edged Michigan State, 24-19, over the weekend in the Howard County Youth Program.

In other games, LSU defeated Duke, 24-19; UCLA edged Boston College, 44-41; Notre Dame scored wins over Michigan State, 28-23, and Boston College, 42-24; Georgia Tech won games against Virginia, 17-16, Maryland, 24-11, and LSU, 29-23; N.C. State defeated LSU, 29-15, UCLA, 29-20, and Duke, 33-22; Duke topped Virginia, 27-22; Michigan State doubled up Maryland, 34-17, and beat Boston College, 41-19; Virginia bettered UCLA, 36-23, and Boston College topped LSU, 31-30.

* 8-10 boys -- The Trinity Boys B (fourth grade) team (7-0) won the battle of the unbeatens in the CYO League over the weekend with a 19-10 win over Sacred Heart at St. Mark's in Catonsville.

Andrew Milauskas led all scorers with 11 points. Patrick O'Done had four points and four rebounds, Chad Gillenwater had two points and four assists and Kevin Hooper had two points and six rebounds. Also contributing for the victors were Eddie Yanacek (four rebounds, two assists) and Travis Bannon (four rebounds).

The defense was led by Patrick O'Donnell, who had three blocked shots and two steals. Matthew Barrett, Andy Oare, Chris Boyd, Timmy Hartnett, Aaron Conran and Kenny Thier also played well defensively.

Sacred Heart became the first team this season to reach double digits in scoring against Trinity.

* 9-year-old boys -- Scott Clipp scored 13 points to lead undefeated Miami to a 33-30 win over Georgetown over the weekend in the Howard County Youth Program.

Andrew Cooke (14 points) and Brad Loveless (eight) led the Hoyas offensively. Kevin Norman also played well for the victors.

In other games, N.C. State beat Maryland, 19-12; UCLA upset Virginia, 39-22; Duke defeated LSU, 31-7; Virginia outran Boston College, 34-26, and Georgia Tech knocked off previously unbeated Notre Dame, 19-18.

* 8-year-old boys -- N.C. State broke out to a six-point halftime lead and never looked back, defeating Notre Dame, 12-6, for its first win in the Howard County Youth Program.

Ryan Weal (six points) and Jesse Chinni (four) led the Wolfpack on offense, and Greg Savage, Bradley Richter and David Tutko spearheaded a defense that held Notre Dame to three second-half baskets.

Nathan Carrick, Michael Franchetti, Jonathon Dupski and Matthew Cox paced the Irish.

Virginia outlasted Villanova, 30-24, as the Cavaliers notched their second win.

Virginia jumped out to a 22-12 halftime lead behind the scoring of Garrett Kelly (12 points) and John Hall (10). On defense, Edward Pittman, Andrew Russell and Bryan Mosca led the way.

Jon Paul Kelley scored 12 points to lead Villanova, while Andrew Wasyluk, Peter Perantonakis and Mack McGee provided strong rebounding.

Elsewhere, Duke edged LSU, 14-13; Boston College defeated Miami, 31-18; Georgia Tech downed Georgetown, 22-8, and UCLA handed Maryland its first loss, 14-12, in overtime.

* 13-year-old girls -- The Howard County Youth Program Cougars, a 1981 girls team, could do no wrong this past weekend in two games.

First, the Cougars handed Loch Raven a 93-10 defeat in the Loch Raven League. Stacie Tokasz scored 20, Krissy Brust had 19 and Tess Romiti added 12 in the win -- career highs for each.

Also contributing to the Howard offense were Alexia Vogler (10), Terri Daniels, Megan Moulding and Lisa Chapman (eight each), Jennifer Westervelt (six) and Tia Richardson (two).

L The Cougars led 10-0 before taking off the full-court press.

The team then came back for a 44-30 win over the Gambrills-OdentonRecreation Council in the Arbutus Sunday League.

Colleen Cox and Daniels led the scoring with 10 points each, and Vogler and Richardson had six each. The win was the Cougars' second in the league.

Supreme Sports Club Basketball After three weeks of action, only three teams remain undefeated The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League.

The 8-9 Junior Heat, the 10-12 Irish and the 13-15 Heat each improved to 3-0 after wins last week.

* 8-9 -- The Junior Heat defeated the Junior Knicks, 29-11, as Wylie Gunn scored 10 points. Winston Phipps scored six to lead the Knicks (1-2).

The Junior Magic improved to 2-1 with a 17-14 win over the Junior Bulls. Anthony Gaither paced the victors with a game-high 13 points, while Rene Castro scored four to lead the Bulls (1-2).

Casey Gunn scored 20 and Timmy Wu added 12 as the Junior Lakers improved to 2-1 with a 38-14 win over the Junior FTC Supersonics. Kyle Robinson led the Sonics (0-3) with eight points.

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