Basketball* 12-and-under boys -- The Gambrills Odenton...


April 07, 1994|By Steven Kivinski


* 12-and-under boys -- The Gambrills Odenton Recreation Council Wildcats defeated Howard County, 42-38, last week in the second round of the Crofton Tournament.

Leading GORC in scoring were forward Lukas Esop, center Mike Isler and guard James Bowen, each with 11 points. Monte Campbell and Jermaine Gross each contributed a basket for the Wildcats. Guard Norris Roy added 10 points for the Wildcats.

Key rebounds were provided by John Houchens and Kris Lunborg.


Barlow's Gymnastics of Annapolis recently played host to the 1994 Maryland United States Gymnastic Federation Level 10 Girls Championships. The top gymnasts from the state competed from 10 teams for individual awards and team trophies.

Competing from Barlow's were 17-year-old Kirsty Fulton of Mitchellville, 16-year-old Karen Newhard of Gambrills and 13-year-old Lori Bernia of Annapolis.

Fulton placed first on beam (9.00), third on floor (8.90), fourth on bars (8.80), fifth on vault (8.95) and second in the all-around with 35.65.

Bernia, who placed third on beam, will join Fulton and Newhard at the USGF Level 10 Regional Championships presented by Gym-Beez of Downingtown, Pa.

Speed skating

Ron Kane's Pasadena Speed Club cleaned up at last month's speed roller skating competition in Dover, Del. The 28-member team came home with 70 ribbons, including 28 for first place, 21 second and 23 third.

Amanda Bathras emerged as Pasadena's most decorated skater she took first in four events while competing in both the Juvenile and J.O.C divisions.

In the Primary Division, Julie Henley captured two blue ribbons with her first-place finishes in the 300- and 200-meter quad events.

Tiffany Palmer, competing in the Juvenile Division, won two second-place ribbons for her performance in the 300 and 200 inline races.

Mark Benson, who competed in both the Freshman and J.O.C. divisions, was a triple-winner as he claimed first in both 300 events and the 700. Monique Phillips was another triple-winner for Pasadena. Competing in both the Junior and J.O.G. divisions, she placed first in two 1,000 races and in the 500 quads.

Double-champions for Pasadena were Chadd Farley, Brooks Holman and Ruthie Fisher. Farley took first in the 500 and 1,000 while competing in the J.O.F. Division and later took third among the Sophomores in the 500.

Holman won two first-place ribbons in the Elementary Division as she won both the 300 and 500. Fisher, who competed in the Freshman Division, took first in the same events.

Rich Ritter captured one first-place ribbon, two for second and one for third while competing in the Freshman and J.O.E. classes. Ritter won the 500 and was runner-up in both the 300 and 700.

Ryan Ritter took first in the 300 Juvenile race and was second in the J.O.C. 400.

Jenny Palmer won a blue ribbon for her first-place finish in the J.O.E. 700 and also took home two second-place ribbons for her performance in the 300.

Brandy Baker took first and second in the J.O.F. and brought home two third-place ribbons for her performance in the Sophomore Division.

Stacy Taylor won the J.O.F. 1,000 and was second in three other races. David Reynolds brought home two second-place awards and one blue ribbon, as did Wayne Kopecki.

Nick Holman, competing in the Freshman Division, took first in the 300 and third in the 500. Rick Bartley place first in the 1,000 Sophomore Division race and Tiffany Fowler placed first in one event and third in two others.

T.J. Bathras was second twice in the Master Division and picked up two third-place ribbons in the J.O.I class. Tim Bathras took second in one race and third in two events while Brandy Folmer took third in three events.

Justin Scalio, competing in the Elementary Division, won two second-place ribbons and Katie Magill took two thirds in the same division.

In the J.O.E. division, Melissa Bevery took third in the 300 and 700. Rounding out the ribbon winners were Alfred Gough with a second and third and Tim Spalt with a third-place finish in the Senior Division's 1,500.

Farley and Gough later combined to take third in the Sophomore Division relay.


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