Basketball* 12-and-under boys -- The Buccaneers downed...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

March 17, 1994|By Steven Kivinski

Basketball

* 12-and-under boys -- The Buccaneers downed JPYO last weekend, 23-21, after losing to the same team by 20 points a week earlier.

Jamie Knisley, Jeremy Robinson and Butch Santucci led the way for the Bucs (4-4) with six points each and Matt Wanner and Phil Gerdes rounded out the scoring with four and one point, respectively.

The GORC Wildcats defeated the Glen Burnie Rebels, 55-43, last week to capture the Mark Price League championship.

Norris Roy led the way for the Wildcats with 13 points and James Bowen added nine. John Houchens came off the bench and contributed eight second-half points to help GORC secure the victory.

Mike Isler (eight points) and Kenny Takata, along with Kris Lundborg and Monte Campbell, provided key rebounds for GORC. Derick Dixon, Jermaine Gross, Lukas Esop and Matt Shepard all contributed with solid defense.

The Wildcats, who finished the season 18-2 overall and 10-0 in the league, will begin tournament play this week in Crofton.

* 14-and-under boys -- The Linthicum-Ferndale Yellow Jackets clinched the championship of the Calbert Chaney League last week by defeating second-place Severna Park, 39-28.

The win improved the Yellow Jackets' record to 9-0 and dropped Severna Park to 7-2.

Rich Wiseman led the Yellow Jackets with 10 points, followed by Rick Anarino nd Mario Proserpi with nine each. Dave Kessler and Will Klemkowski each scored four points and Chad Brown added three.

The Yellow Jackets also won the regular-season title and improved their record to 8-0 in the Rebels Sunday League by defeating Crofton last weekend, 37-33.

Wiseman led all scorers with 15 and Anarino poured in nine. Proserpi and Brown scored six and five, respectively, and Klemkowski tallied two points.

The Linthicum-Ferndale Suns won the L-F Intramural League championship last week by defeating Curt's, 55-45.

The Suns (12-1) were led by Chad Brown's game-high 21 points. Jeff Care added 12 for the victors and teammate Neal Conlon pitched in eight. Brian Webb and Cody Gales eached scored six points for the Suns and Andrew Showalter added two.

Rick Anarino and Chris Gooche led Curt's with 12 points apiece and Proserpi scored 10.

Gymnastics

Stephanie Neutze of Pasadena, competing in the 14-15 age group for Rebounders Level 9 team from Timonium, recorded her high all-around optional score last week at the Columbia Challenge conducted at the University of Maryland.

Neutze recorded a 35.00 and finished second in the all-around competition. She placed sixth on vault with an 8.65, her highest vault score of the season. Her 8.75 on bars earned her fourth place and an 8.70 on beam was good for second. She also took second on the floor exercise with 8.90.

Neutze's Level 9 team won the team competition with 141.40, seven points more than the nearest competitor.

Neutze and her teammates are now preparing for the Rise and Shine Invitation later this month in Nashville, Tenn.

Barlow's Gymnastics boys team traveled to Hanover, Pa. last week to compete in the 1994 SABI Championships.

With over 15 team from seven states competing, Barlow's Class 5 boys team took first place. Competing for Barlow's winning squad were Aaron Fullerton of Millersville, Ray Glasgow of Davidsonville, Michael Williams of Davidsonville, Adam Garrett of Crofton, Buc Kern of Annapolis and Kevin Ford of Bowie.

Fullerton took first in the all-around with 37.20. he took first on floor (6.70), second on rings (6.10), third on vault (6.20), fourth on parallel bars (5.70) and third on high bar (5.70).

Glasgow placed fifth on floor (5.90) and sixth on pommel horse (6.20). Garrett placed sixth on rings (5.40), sixth on vault (5.95), sixth on parallel bars (5.70), and fourth in the all around (33.35).

Kern placed eighth on pommel horse and ninth on rings and Ford placed sixth on the high bar. Competing at the Class 6 for Barlow's were Brendan O'Mara of Annapolis, Sammy Miller of Severna Park and Matt Clements of Davidsonville. Miller took sixth on pommel horse, sixth on rings, seventh on parallel bars, DTC fifth on high bar and seventh in the all-around (30.00).

Barlow's gymnasts competing in the Optional Class 3 were James Mlynarski of Gambrills, Eric Peterson of Annapolis and Jeff Bernia of Annapolis. Mlynarski took first on floor, rings and vault, third on parallel bars, fourth on high bar and second in the all-around (39.20).

Peterson place first on high bar, second on vault, third on floor and fifth on parallel bars.

Kimberly Jewell of Glen Burnie and Elizabeth Kosmides of Annapolis led Top Flight Gymnastics Level 7 team to its sixth consecutive team title at last week's Harford Trophy Meet. The team scored a record 146.0 points, giving them a 9.1 average per event.

Jewell placed sixth on vault (9.05), second on uneven bars (9.6), second on beam (8.75), and second in the all-around (37.35).

Kosmides placed first on bars (9.6), second n beam (8.75), third on vault (9.25) and floor (9.25) and was second all-around with 36.85.

Cathy Schnell of Annapolis also competed for Top Flight in Level 6. Schnell was first on bars (9.3), second on beam and floor and was second all-around with a personal best 36.55.

Wrestling

The Arden Attackers Wrestling Club wrestled in the Maryland-Virginia State Tournament last weekend at Western Maryland College and finished ninth in the 46-team field.

Ron Cooper brought home the lone state championship for the Attackers in the 140-pound weight class.

Finishing as state runner-up for the Attackers were Carl Cicchetti (110) and Eric Hill (75). Ryan Herwig (70) took third for Arden and Chris Knox (70) finished fifth.

Other Arden wrestlers who competed but failed to place were Tim Bohlman (50), Aaron Herwig (75), Matt Pandullo (80), Josh Bright (85), Jimmy Foster (95), Jason Heffernan (105), Bryan Hayne (115), Ryan Edwards (115) and Mike Parks (122).

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