Basketball* Grades 3-5 -- First-place Maroon ran its...


March 03, 1994|By Mike Nortrup


* Grades 3-5 -- First-place Maroon ran its record to 5-0, with a

28-20 win over Red. Red's Shawn Moxley led all scorers with 16 points.

Orange nipped Black, 26-25. Matthew Walsh led Orange with 10 points, and Jason Stevens scored 11 for Black.

Kyle Zentz scored 30 points to lead Gold to a 45-17 victory over Green. Green's Brandon Wood scored 11.

* Grades 6-8 -- Mike Haskell scored 28 points to lead first-place Gold (5-0) to a 42-39 win over Green. Nick Jenkins' 24 points paced Green.

Black beat Blue, 54-35. Mike Wissinger scored 14 points for the winners, and Adam Reese had a game-high 17 for Blue.

Beau Ridgway scored 28 points to lead Maroon's 49-43 win over Red. Brian Levin paced Red with 14.

* Grades 3-4 -- The Spurs took the division title with a 21-14 victory over the Rockets in St. John's League play. Ben Yingling and Todd Edmondson paced the Spurs' attack with six and five points, respectively. Hunter Hart and Kevin Collins each scored four for the Rockets.

The Nets edged the Terps, 17-16. Andy Hochalter had four points for the winners, and Antoin Magruder added three. Chris Nowakowski and Josh Schonberger each scored four for the Terps.

* Grades K-2 -- The Lions clinched the St. John's divisional title with a 20-2 win over the Spurs. John Clayton and Brendon Reisdorf each scored six points for the winners.

* Grades 7-8 -- Coons of Westminster won twice to improve their Carroll County League record to 6-1, second in its division.

They beat Charles Carroll, 50-41, despite 31 points from Chris Mathias. Mathias, who hit four three-pointer in the fourth quarter, paced a Charles Carroll rally that nearly overcome a 25-point deficit. Mike McComas led the Coons' attack with 18 points; Robbie Vaughn added 10.

The Coons upended Mount Airy No. 2, 54-14. McComas scored 15 points in that one; Chris Swedberg and Jason Howdyshell each had nine. Mount Airy's Jeremy Johnson had eight points.


The home gymnasium was good for the Perna Gymnastics Club its fourth annual Winter Wonderland Tournament.

Competing against six other teams, Perna's Level VI girls squad placed first and its Level V team, second.

Eight of Perna's Level VI competitors placed in individual events.

Amanda Ebaugh (9-11 age group) scored 9.30 on vault (first), 8.80 on uneven bars (third), 8.75 on balance beam (sixth) and 35.65 all-around (first).

Jennifer Forman (9-11) scored 8.70 on bars (fifth).

Lauren Prentice (9-11) had 9.20 on vault (second), 8.90 on bars (first) and 34.10 all-around (sixth).

Kasey Thomas (12-14) was 8.10 on beam (fourth).

Courtney Prentice (12-14) had 8.50 on vault (second) and 8.30 on beam (fourth).

Erin Graf (12-14) scored 8.30 on vault (fourth).

Aimee Willet (12-14) scored 8.60 on vault (first), 8.15 on beam (sixth) and 9.05 on floor exercises (second).

Kelly Shabinaw had 8.30 on beam (fourth) and 8.75 on floor (fourth).

Three Level V girls placed. Claire Tull (7-8) was 8.60 on beam (first) and 33.75 all-around (fourth). Katie Mechalske (9-11) scored an 8.15 on vault (fourth). Holly Baust (9-11) had 8.10 on vault (fourth), 8.20 on beam (sixth) and 32.35 all-around (sixth).

Two Level VIII girls placed. Becky Furhman (12-13) had 8.40 on beam (first), 8.85 on floor (first) and 33.40 all-around (third). Cindy Reese had 8.50 on floor (first) and 29.80 all-around (second).

Four gymnasts from the Class VI boys team placed.

John Roscoe (7-9) had 5.00 on floor exercises (second), 5.30 on pommel horse (second), 5.10 on rings (second), 5.00 on vault (tied for first), 4.30 on parallel bars (third), 5.00 on high bar (second) and 29.70 all-around (second).

Desmond Grady (7-9) scored 4.70 on parallel bars (third).

Jared Craig (10-11) had 4.70 on floor (first), 5.40 on pommel horse (first), 4.60 on rings (second), 4.60 on high bar (second) and 27.50 all-around (second).

I= Adam Tenney (10-11) had a 4.10 on parallel bars (second).

Indoor soccer Under-14 girls -- The Freedom Strikers closed out a championship session at the Supersports Indoor Arena with a 4-1 Club Division win over the Columbia Courage.

Shanna Ziegenfuss paced the winners' attack with three goals and Alison Rabinovitz added one for Freedom (7-0). Strikers' keeper Erin Whetzel played an outstanding game in the nets.

The South Carroll Devils scored the tying goal with a little over a minute remaining in the game to knot the Freedom Dynamo, 2-2, in the Carroll Indoor Sports Center.


It was a big weekend for youth wrestling fans at Francis Scott Key High School.

Saturday, some 400 youngsters from 22 Maryland Junior Wrestling League teams competed in the Maryland Junior League Age-Weight Tournament.

Sunday, Key was the site of the fourth annual Carroll County Wrestling Championships.

This event, was sponsored by the Westminster Elks Lodge, matched competitors from the county's four Maryland Junior Wrestling League teams.

Six Carroll County wrestlers, including four from the Warriors, took individual titles in Saturday's age-weight fray.

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