Lacrosse* 11-12 boys -- The Howard County Midget Cobras...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

May 19, 1994|By Rich Scherr

Lacrosse

* 11-12 boys -- The Howard County Midget Cobras raised their record to 7-0 last week with wins over Kelly Post II, Bel Air and Kelly Post I by a combined score of 50-3.

The team started its week with a 21-0 win over Kelly Post II. Sam Hogg led the offense with five goals and an assist, and Dave Paolisso (four goals), three assists), Steve Berger (two, five), Andy Boston (two goals), Mike Schmidt (one, three), Brian McDermott (one, two), Brooks Brumsted (one, one), Colin Snovell (one, one), Jim Morrison (one assist) and goalie Andy Garthoff (four saves) also contributed.

The story was much the same in a 15-2 win over Bel Air.

Garthoff had 10 saves and got plenty of defensive support from Dave Lane, Dan Leonard, Ian Pemberton and Colin Snovell. Offensively, Hogg, Morrison and Berger had three goals each, and Boland and Paolisso added two each.

The Cobras then beat Kelly Post I, 14-1. Boland led the way with four goals, and Hogg, Morrison and Paolisso had two each.

Basketball

* 8-9 boys -- Tanard Jackson scored a game-high 21 points and Anthony Gaither added 14 as the Junior Kings ran their record to 4-0 with a 37-18 win over the Junior Mavericks over the weekend in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League.

Lemuel Taylor scored eight points to lead the Mavericks (1-3).

David Freund scored 16 and Brad Mandan added 13 to pace the Junior Magic (3-1) to a 33-12 victory over the Junior Heat. Bobby McCall led the Heat (1-3) with four points.

The Junior Timberwolves improved to 3-1 with a 24-12 win over the Junior Hornets. Hassan Muhammad led the victors with eight points while Ian Foran scored six to lead the Hornets (0-4).

* 10-12 boys -- Close games were the order of the week in The Supreme Sports Club.

William Cannaly scored 15 points to help the Wolverines (4-0) edge the Spartans, 43-41. Thomas Browne, Chad Gibson and Chris Franklin scored eight each for the Spartans (0-4).

The Tar Heels improved to 4-0, defeating the Terps, 42-34. Corey Simpson scored 14 and Ryan Fox added 10 to pace the victors, while Matt Ellis scored 13 to lead the Terps (2-2).

Ted Bever scored 12 points and Amar Bhanelhel added 10 as the Irish improved to 2-2 with a 49-38 win over the Blue Devils. Jack Enloe scored 16 and Joey Gayliardi added 12 for the Devils (0-4).

* 13-15 boys -- The fight for first place is a fierce one in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League. After last week's action, the Bulls, Rockets and Knicks all sit atop the standings at 3-1.

Nicholas Greene scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Bulls over the Warriors, 50-40. Forrest Sauers scored 17 and Mike Oster 10 for the Warriors (0-4).

Darnerien McCants scored 26, Gamaal Robinson had 14 and Donald Wallace II added 12 as the Rockets bested the Sonics, 71-61. Andy Lutz and David Murrell each scored 13 for the Sonics (2-2), while Keilan Mathews had 12 and Chris Camden added 11.

The Knicks edged the Lakers, 57-55, as Troy Hines scored 24 and James Dulaney added 13. Stefan Zimmerman scored 19 and Paul Sim added 15 to lead the Lakers (1-3).

Soccer

* Under-14 1/2 boys -- Billy Allen set up one goal and scored two more, propelling FC Columbia past the Southwestern Lightning Sunday in Centreville, Va.

Sam Salganik opened the scoring, and Allen gave the Columbia team a 2-0 halftime lead. After the Lightning evened the score in the second half, Allen got the game-winner. Lars Berg and Tim Kaufman played strong games on defense.

The win gives FC Columbia a 1-3-2 record in Division II of the National Capital Soccer League.

In indoor action, FC Columbia beat Dundalk Soccer Club, 8-1, Friday night at Du Burns Arena in Baltimore.

* Under-13 girls -- The Soccer Association of Columbia Cannonades came up without a win despite two hard-fought efforts over the weekend.

First, in State Cup play, the Cannonades lost to Parkville, 2-0, despite the solid defense of Kelley Schnieder, Stacie Tokasz, Alexia Vogler and Michelle Veach. Parkville scored both goals in the closing moments of the second overtime.

Then in Washington Area Girls Soccer League play, the Columbia team settled for a 3-3 tie with the Reston Riptides.

Lindsey Mitchell, Katie Madden and Vogler scored for the Cannonades, with Casey Finnegan and Schnieder picking up assists. Michelle Veach made a number of standout defensive plays to help keep Reston's offense in check.

* Under-19 girls -- The Columbia Control won two games over the weekend.

On Saturday, the team scored a 6-1 victory over the Laurel Wildcats. Natalie Serianni scored three goals, Lisa Colvin had two and Katy Evans added the other, while Serianni and Molly Combs dished out assists. Goalie Jaime Green Dana Allinson also played well.

The team then came back on Sunday to shut out Loudoun, 3-0, on goals by Combs, Colleen Delaney and Keri Ridolfi. Serianni and Ridolfi had assists. Also playing well were Julie Greer,

Melanie White and Molly Hood.

* Under-10 girls -- Tori Parris and Caitlin Jenkins scored goals to lead the Dynamo to a 2-1 win over Severna Park over the weekend.

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