Basketball* 14-year-old girls -- The Maryland Waves AAU...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

April 28, 1994|By Steven Kivinski

Basketball

* 14-year-old girls -- The Maryland Waves AAU girls basketball team, based in Anne Arundel County, has outscored its first four opponents by 171 points during the first two weekends of competition in the AAU Tournament.

In their first game, the Waves beat the Lady Raiders of Calvert County, 73-23. Sarah Brino, Cara Consuegra and Renee Hines led the way for Maryland with 10 points each.

Game 2 saw the Waves rip past their second-team entry in the tournament, 68-21. Britney Whitehurst and Shannon Cohen scored 11 points each for the Waves and Heidi Moldenhauer added 10.

The Broadneck Spirit was the Waves' victim in Game 3 as they bowed, 71-27. Hines led the way with 17 points and Consuegra chipped in 14.

Last Sunday, the Waves used a balanced attack to turn away the Baltimore-base Freeplay, 68-38. Hines paced the team with 15 points, followed by Moldenhauer with 14, Cohen (13) and Consuegra (10).

Lacrosse

* Juniors -- The Severna Park Green Hornets brought home two more victories last week with a 15-1 win over GARCI and a 10-5 victory over Cape St. Claire.

Jon Lehman's hat trick and seven saves by goalie Charles Robinson paced the Hornets in their win over the Cape.

Soccer

* Under-13 boys -- The Severna Park Sting opened its National Capital Soccer League Division I season last Sunday by defeating the Virginia Vista, 2-0.

Severna Park coach Mike Mooney praised the efforts of his defense, which included goalkeeper Reb Beatty, and fullbacks Reid Shaklee, Bernie Edwards, Sean McGarry, Travis Moore and Steve Novak.

Jon Parisi opened the scoring for the Sting when he spun and shot the ball into the net. Brett Johnson and Billy Mooney were credited with a double assist on the play.

Novak added the second goal on a 40-yard blast that bounced over the head of Virginia's keeper.

Helping make things happen on offense for the victors were Jon Shedlosky, Adam Young, Greg Wojtech, Brandon Korink and Paul Harris.

* Under-19 girls -- The Severna Park Alliance improved their record to 1-0-1 in the Washington Area Girls Soccer League Under-19 Premier Division.

The Alliance defeated the Vista Phoenix, 2-0, Sunday. Both goals came late in the first half and the defense was able to record its second straight shutout.

Kristin Briggs (Northeast) and Kristin Riismandel provided the goals for Severna Park on assists from Christina Coroneos and Shelley Seivert (Severna Park).

Alliance goalkeeper Melanie McMullen recorded 15 saves while receiving excellent defensive support from fullbacks Lindsay Waxler, Jessica Hines, Carrie Budzinski, Amy Adams and Linda Rothemund.

"This is the best soccer that our team has ever played," said Severna Park coach Tom Ehart. "Our movement off the ball allowed us to dominate the game. It was a game where nothing went wrong."

* Under-12 boys -- The St. Jane Wolfpack presented a well-balanced attack as it scored three goals in each half en route to a 6-0 win over the Severn Spirit.

Scoring single goals for St. Jane were Charlie Stup, Matt Death, Adam Frashure, Nick Hurd, frank Mathias and Bill Coursey. Coursey also had two assists and Frashure was credited with one feed.

Leading the way defensively for the Wolfpack (2-0-1) were Ian McCormack, Britt Mitchell, Michael Edwards and goalkeeper Matt Walker (seven saves).

The Arundel Soccer Association Strike Force downed Arthur Slade last week, 5-0.

Chris Osborn, Ricky Swain, Kevin Funk, Jason Scott and Brett Bosher each scored single goals for the Strike Force (4-0) while David Brice and Peter Gaither contributed with solid all-around play.

The ASA Lightning improved its record to 3-1 with a 5-0 victory over St. Jane.

John Hamrick Jr. recorded a hat trick for the Lightning and Joey Danahy added two goals. Other standouts for ASA were Patrick MacDonald and Randy Deltuva.

* Under-10 -- The ASA Rockets dropped a 1-0 decision last week to GARCI. Playing well in defeat for the Rockets were Rachel Jackowski, Matthew Bury, Shiloh Nosel, Matthew Walsh and A.J. Stapleton.

* Under-14 girls -- Goals by Erin Hartman, Stacey Jackowski and Lindsey Turner helped lift the ASA Jets to a 3-0 win over Arthur Slade. Also playing well for the victors were Abria Queen and Whitney Gotay.

* Under-10 boys -- Two goals by Chris Stuckey helped the ASA Thunderbirds tie the Crofton Cardinals, 3-3, last week. Jared Howard scored the only other goal for the Thunderbirds (1-0-3).

Swimming

Two members of the Naval Academy Junior Swim Club, accompanied by Coach Bob Montgomery, competed in the recent Council for National Cooperation in Aquatics Championships at Indian University Natatorium in Indianapolis.

The meet drew swimmers from nearly 150 clubs throughout the United States and from as far away as Hawaii.

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