Softball9-10 girls -- The Magiro Pharmacy Road Runners...


April 28, 1994


9-10 girls -- The Magiro Pharmacy Road Runners looked more like base runners in their Howard County Youth Program Mustang League game over the weekend, but it wasn't enough against the Normandy Ford Angels.

The Runners scored six runs in the first inning and led the entire way before falling, 18-17.

Ellen Arrabal and Heather Crouse powered the Angels with big hits, while Brittany Smith and Michelle Godbault led the Runners.

Nikcole Volland had several key hits and Laura Gaudio and Laurne Abremski pitched well as the Capital Cake Blue Jays and Douglas Homes Phantoms played to a 22-22 tie.

The Gallery 44 Ladybugs fell to the Normandy Ford Angels, 12-3.

The Hornets defeated the Neubauer Exxon Blue Bandits, 9-8; the Fashion Bug Red Barons beat the Bandits, 14-13, and the Blue Jays edged the Hornets, 16-15.

11-12 girls -- Marie Ziesat had an inside-the-park home run and Jennifer Tayabji doubled twice to lead the Neubauer Exxon Blue Bandits over the Gallery 44 Ladybugs, 12-11, in the Howard County Youth Program Bronco League over the weekend.

The Lions Club Yellow Jackets scored a 9-8 victory over the Clarks Do It Center Flying Aces. Heather Karabaich, Lauren Merkle and Megan Coleman hit doubles for the victors.

Julie Taury of the Capital Cake Blue Jays pitched three shutout innings to lead her team to an 11-8 win over the Fashion Bug Red Barons.

The Blue Bandits defeated the Lions Club Yellow Jackets, 14-1; the Blue Jays came from behind to edge the Magiro Pharmacy Road Runners; Michele Simon ripped two homers to power the Flying Aces past the Ladybugs, 25-11; Christy Keffer hit a three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the last inning to give the Gypsies a 19-16 win over the Regency Cleaners Fillies; the Kiwana's Cougars beat the Douglas Homes Phantoms, 13-4, and the Angels opened their season by defeating the Cougars, 11-10.

13-14 girls -- Amy Rohrbacher hit a three-run home run and Sarah Walsh chipped in with clutch defense as the Clarks Do It Center Flying Aces beat the Magiro Pharmacy Road Runners, 12-9, in the Howard County Youth Program Poly League.

Lauren Abricht homered and Kristen Foster tripled twice to lead Regency Cleaners Fillies to a 14-11 win over the Neubauer Exxon Blue Bandits.

The Angels and the E.C. Lions Club Yellow Jackets played to a 21-21 tie; the Fashion Bug Red Barons edged the Capital Cake Blue Jays, 19-17; the Fillers defeated the Blue Jays, 25-8, and the Yellow Jackets defeated the Red Barons, 18-5.


11-12 boys -- Kevin Boland scored four goals to lead the Howard County Cobra Midgets to a 23-0 win over Overlea on Saturday.

Other players contributing to the effort included Sam Hogg (three goals, two assists), Dave Paolisso (three goals, one assist), Jim Morrison (two goals, two assists), Andy Boston (two goals, one assist), Joe Cristaldi (two goals, one assist), Steve Berger (two goals), Mike Schmidt (two goals), Brian McDermott (one goal, one assist), Brooks Brumsted (one goal, one assist), Colin Snovell (one goal) and goalie Andy Garthoff (five saves).

10-under girls -- The Howard County Cobra Lightning were a victim of numbers in their game Saturday at St. James Academy. With only one substitute available, the Cobras dropped a 6-1 decision to St. James.

Center Kelly Knuuti tallied the only Howard goal, scoring early in the first half. Also playing well were goalies Lauren Winer (five saves) and Regan Miller (four saves).


Under-9 boys -- Christopher Kennedy scored a second-half goal with an assist from Christopher McCullough, but the Western Howard County Thunder still came up short, losing a 5-1 decision to the Baltimore Football Club Sunday in a Baltimore Beltway League game at Buskey Park.

Thunder goalie Matt Showman stopped 26 shots and got defensive support from Danny Bowring, Eric Allen, Robby Brookfield and Evan Emshwiller. Bradley Costantino, Collin Hasty, Kevin Connors, Devin Keeney and Steven Rogers led the offense.

The loss was the second in four games for the Thunder, who in previous games scored a 7-0 win over the Parkville Soccer Club; lost, 7-0, to the Young Gunns and played to a 1-1 tie with Sacred Heart.

Under-13 boys -- The Columbia Soccer Club Blaze got goals from Aaron McKinley, Daniel Liparini and Tayseer Chowdhry en route to a 3-0 win over the Wheaton Wolves in a National Capital Soccer League game over the weekend.

The Blaze dominated at midfield, where McKinley, Conor Rector, Chris Hemerlein, Kenny Roberts, Danny Dworkin and Patrick Thomas controlled play. Mike Freitag and Terrell Gary helped out on defense, while Kevin Lyons and T.J. Clay contributed on offense.

10-year-old boys -- The Columbia Thunder played to a 3-3 tie over the weekend with MSI's A.C. Milan. Noah Berk scored two goals and Robert Tipton added the other. Tony Gatto and Eddie Yanacek picked up assists.

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