Basketball* 12-and-under boys -- The Greater Glen Burnie...


March 10, 1994|By Steven Kivinski


* 12-and-under boys -- The Greater Glen Burnie Patriots outscored Harundale, 7-5, in overtime en route to a 36-34 victory in Danny Ainge League action last weekend.

Gary Curley led the way for the Patriots with 12 points and Brian Kellner added 10. Rounding out the scoring for Greater Glen Burnie were Matt Moulis (six), Mike Gray (four), Craig Hall (three) and Monte Cross (one).

Playing well defensively for the victors were Matt Reptowski and Jared Hince.

Brian Huber led all scorers with 13 points and teammate Justin Geddings added 10.

The Patriots claimed a 34-25 victory over Severna Park last weekend in the first round of the Arbutus Tournament.

Kellner paced the Pats with 13 points and Howard Otto chipped in eight points and 10 rebounds. Reptowski scored four for the victors, Ben Bunce added three and Cross, Moulis and Curley (five rebounds) all had two.

Bernie Edwards led Severna Park (0-1) with eight points.

* 10-12 girls -- Cape St. Claire upped its record to 7-1 by defeating previously unbeaten Severna Park, 23-17, last Saturday at Old Mill Middle School North.

The Cape, which dropped its season opener to Severna Park, was led by Megan Kennedy, who pulled down 13 rebounds and scored nine points. Suzie Shuttleworth added six points and 10 rebounds for Cape St. Claire and teammate M. J. Pruner tossed in four points and pulled down seven rebounds.

Kim Barr (six rebounds) and Kristen Gough rounded out the scoring with three and one point, respectively.

In its previous game, Cape St. Claire downed Maryland City, 22-10. The Cape, which held Maryland City to two points in the first half, was led by Nike Westlund (eight points, five steals) and Megan Kennedy (six points, 14 rebounds).

Also contributing to the victory were Shuttleworth (four points, seven rebounds), Barr (two points, nine rebounds) and Jessica Pasterak (two points).

Cape St. Claire, which is currently in a three-way tie for first place with Severna Park and Greater Glen Burnie, will take on Lake Shore at 11 a.m. Saturday at Old Mill Middle School North before meeting Greater Glen Burnie at the same location March 26.

* 12-and-under boys -- Behind 14 points apiece from James Bowen and Norris Roy, the GORC Wildcats downed the Severn Savages, 54-38, to improve its county record to 9-0 and its overall record to 17-2.

Strong first-half rebounding by center Mike Isler (nine points) and 10 first-half points by Bowen paced the Wildcats to an eight-point halftime advantage against a tough Severn defense.

The Wildcats' second-half surge was keyed by Roy's 10 points and Derick Dixon's six points. Key rebounds by Lucas Esop (six points) and Bowen allowed the Wildcats to control the tempo of the game in the second half.

Aggressive Wildcat defense was played by Matt Sheperd, Kris Lundborg, John Houches and Monte Campbell.

* 14-and-under boys -- The Linthicum-Ferndale Suns raised their record to 11-1 by splitting two games last week in the Linthicum-Ferndale Intramural League at Lindale/Brooklyn Park Middle School.

In the first game, the Suns lost to Murph's, 37-31. Murph's jumped out quickly to take a 24-9 halftime lead. The Suns charged back in the second half and cut the lead to four but couldn't get any closer.

Chad Brown led the Suns with 11 points, followed by Jeff Care with nine and Neal Conlon and Eric Schonbachler with four each. Cody rounded out the scoring with three points.

Murph's was led by Tim Brogunier with 16 points and Justin Blick with 12. George Shorter added five for the winners.

In the second game, the Suns defeated Klem's, 34-19. The Suns came out running and took a 9-1 first-quarter lead. Conlon led the Suns with 10 points and Care added nine. Gales and Schonbachler chipped in six and four points, respectively.

Brown and Frankie Carter each pitched in two points while Brian Webb scored one.

Klem's was led by Tony Canterna with 11 points and Donovan Fox and Mitch Proedehl each added four.

* 8-10 boys -- The Severna Park Green Hornets select county boys basketball team, winners of seven tournament championships, raised their overall record to 58-4 with several victories over the past two weeks.

In county league action Saturday, the Green Hornets beat the Annapolis All-Stars, 37-23, Lake Shore, 35-18, Harundale, 19-12, and GORC, 44-9.

On Sunday, the Green Hornets defated Silver Hill, 36-17, for the championship of the Libby Southwest Tournament at Camp Springs. It was the fifth straight year that Severna Park won the tournament in Camp Springs.

Deon Gough was named the tournament MVP. Also playing well for the Hornets were Jon Garritt, David Williams, Trevor Quinn, Tim Pollock, Gavin Floyd, Doug Kurz, Lionel Jennings, Jon Taylor, Bobby West, Todd MacMullan, Chris Mason and Kevin Camponeschi.

* 13-14 boys -- The Linthicum-Ferndale Yellow Jackets improved their Calbert Chaney League record to 8-0 with a 37-23 victory over Severna Park last week at Northeast High School.

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