Softball * 10-and-under girls -- The Linthicum-Ferndale...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

May 05, 1994|By Steven Kivinski

Softball * 10-and-under girls -- The Linthicum-Ferndale Sidekicks improved their record to 4-0 by rolling past the Severn Athletic Club Wildcats, 17-8, last Tuesday.

The Sidekicks were led by the pitching of Pam Welch, Kristen Shay and Christina Klemkowski, who combined for 10 strikeouts.

Klemkowski, Kelly Sinnen and Tricia Karwczyk led the way offensively. Klemkowski homered twice while Sinnen went 3-for-3. Karwczyk knocked in two runs and Mary Notari and Jennifer Dixon each homered.

The Wildcats got solid pitching from Carla Rosenberger and Rachel Gianfore as they combined for 10 strikeouts. Christi Rosenberger, Ashley Merson and Kristen Brice provided the offense.

* Seniors -- The Wooden Nickel downed Betty & Jakes, 10-9 and 13-1, in Tuesday 55-60 League action.

In the first game, Tom Canning hit a three-run homer and Bill Lovelace added a two-run shot for the Wooden Nickel. Don Good and Fran Pilarski each had two RBIs for Betty & Jakes and Bob Kilabrew went 2-for-3 with three RBIs.

Gerald Baily went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and Tim Nulty got the win in the second game.

Top of the Hill split two games with Corrigans. Thurlow Carey went 4-for-4 and Bob Poling and Bill Nalley went 3-for-4 for Top of the Hill in the first game. In the second game, Carey went 4-for-4 with two doubles and Gary Talbert went 3-for-3.

Spindlers beat the Classics in a doubleheader, 14-6 and 12-1. Bob Lucas went 4-for-7 with 10 RBIs and Phil Massenburg and Bill Prunkl were the winning pitchers.

Arthur's and Thompson Legends split a doubleheader. Arthur's won the first game, 9-0, thanks to five RBIs by Howard Borhoess.

Charles Dukes was the winning pitcher for Thompson in the second game, won 18-3.

Basketball

The Anne Arundel County-based Maryland Waves 14-year-old Amateur Athletic Union girls basketball team captured its third consecutive Maryland AAU tournament title, qualifying them for this summer's National AAU tournament in Cocoa Beach, Fla.

Last Friday night, the Waves downed the Frederick County Force, 52-12. Rene Hines had a game-high 13 points and Cara Consuegra 10.

The Frederick County Force managed to fight its way out of the loser's bracket in the double-elimination tournament and eventually met the Waves in Sunday's championship game.

The Force kept it closer the second time around but it wasn't enough as the Maryland Waves opened the second half with 10 straight points and ran away with a 53-40 victory.

Consuegra led the way with 14 points. Shannon Cohen had 13 and Hines nine.

In addition to the National AAU tournament in July, the Waves will compete in Oxon Hill on May 28-30 and in Philadelphia on June 11-12.

Baseball

* 13-and-under boys -- The Gambrills Athletic Club A's improved their overall record to 8-1 and their league mark to 2-0 by defeating the Maryland Orioles in a doubleheader last week, 7-3 and 3-1.

In the first game, Ryan Morse went 2-for-3 for the Athletics and Austin Decker and Billy Little both went 2-for-2 with two RBIs. First baseman Justin Hackley knocked in a run for Gambrills.

Decker picked up his second win of the season for the A's as he struck out three and yielded three hits in 5 2/3 innings. Ryan Frostbutter got the save.

The second game saw Little throw a no-hitter. The right-hander struck out 10 and walked five in seven innings.

Morse went 1-for-3 with an RBI and T.J. Loyola singled in the A's other run. Tim Hecker recorded the only other hit for Gambrills.

* Pony Division -- The Optimist Rangers defeated the Optimist Phillies, 8-2, in Saturday's Annapolis City Pony League season opener.

The Annapolis Baseball Club Red Sox defeated the All-Stars, 15-3, Saturday. Jesse Stubbs recorded seven strikeouts in three innings to earn the win and Matt Schubert got the save by hurling three scoreless innings of relief.

Last Tuesday, Phillies pitcher Mark Jarashow's complete-game one-hitter helped his team defeat the Red Sox, 8-3, at Old Bates Field.

In other league action Tuesday night, the Rangers downed the Yankees, 21-11.

* Bronco Division -- Mount Olive opened its Bronco Division season with a 21-17 victory over Navy at Colison Field.

In Saturday's second game, the Annapolis Baseball Club Red Sox defeated the Optimist No. 2, 16-5. Michael Everd's consistent pitching made the difference for the Red Sox.

The Optimist No. 1 and the Annapolis Phillies played to a 7-7 tie.

On Monday, Optimist No. 2 downed Navy, 15-4, at the Naval Station's Retelle Field. Chris Ramon and Andy Smith combined to pitch a one-hitter.

In Tuesday night action at Griscom Field, the Red Sox downed the ABC Cubs, 17-4.

Soccer

* Under-12 boys -- The Arundel Soccer Association Strike Force improved its record to 5-0 with a 5-0 victory last Sunday over St. Jane.

Chris Osborn led the way with three goals and Jacob Crouse and Ricky Swain each scored once.

Michael Godfrey and Patrick Whitmire shared time in the net for ASA and combined for the shutout. Also playing well for ASA was Garth Collins.

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