Gamber lacrosse Gamber's Midget C squad beat Kelly Post...


May 26, 1994|By Mike Nortrup

Gamber lacrosse Gamber's Midget C squad beat Kelly Post, 9-4.

Gamber's Drew D'Anthony scored three goals and added two assists, and Justin Merson had three goals and one assist. Jesse Byrd, Matt Booz and Mike McCurry each scored once for Gamber.

Clipper Lennon and John Wah each scored twice in the Gamber Lightning I's 4-3 victory over Loch Raven. Gamber goalkeeper J.C. Hutchinson played an outstanding game.

Gamber's Lightning II squad improved its record to 5-2, with 11-0 victories over Loch Raven and Pikesville. Jason Holman scored six goals and Kyle Zentz had four in the win over Loch Raven.

Zentz added an assist and Patrick Hill, a goal and assist. Gamber defensemen Brian Roehe, Vinnie Iadevaia and Jeff Schnorr did an outstanding job of shutting down the Loch Raven attack.

Against Pikesville, Holman had six goals and an assist. Zentz had three goals, Mike Keating, two, and Matt Duke, one. Derek Steinle, Iadevaia and Roehe turned in strong defensive efforts.

Freedom Optimist lacrosse * 12-14 boys -- Rob Onda scored four goals and had three assists and Jay Surega added three scores to lead Orange to an 11-3 triumph over Maroon. Travis Spampinato added two goals, Brian Foley one, and Drew Gibson one.

Mark Manger added an assist for Orange. Billy Perryman scored twice for Maroon and Ryan Henneman added a goal and assist.

Lee Windsor's fourth goal of the game was the winning one, as Gold edged Grey, 5-4, in overtime. Pete Schaffer assisted on the game-winner. Richard Ashley had Gold's other score.

Eric Schottler and Micky Benham each added an assist for the winners. Will Gunther and Justin Folmey each had two goals for Grey; Andrew Bettis and Tres Johnson added assists. Maroon's Nick McCready played a strong game in goal, making 22 saves.

Joe Schaffer had 14 saves for Gold.

Mike Rabinovitz scored seven goals as White defeated Black, 14-3. Chad Rabinovitz, Tim Chairs and Chris Heck each added two scores for the winners. Heck added an assist, and Kevin Roy, a goal and two assists for White. Tom Freedman scored twice, and Mike Pearsall scored once for Black.

White downed Maroon, 14-1. Leading the winners' offense were Kevin Roy, with four goals and two assists, and Mike Rabinovitz, who had four goals and four assists.

Adam White and Tim Chairs each scored twice for White, Chad Rabinovitz had a goal and assist, and Ryan Wynne, a goal. Joe Onheiser scored for Maroon.

Lee Windsor scored a league-high eight goals against Orange. But the season's best individual scoring splurge was not enough, as his Gold team fell to Orange, 14-13. Rob Onda had six goals and five assists to lead Gold.

Kacey Norris scored twice for Gold, Jason Veneziani added a goal and assist, and Richard Ashley and Pete Schaffer each contributed a goal. Windsor had two assists, and Greg Will, one.

Travis Spampinato scored four goals for Orange, Jason Surega and David Robertson two apiece, and Dave Martin one.

* 9-11 boys -- Orange used a balanced attack to top White, 14-4. Chuck Henn and Chad Parker each had two goals and an assist for Orange, and Kevin Clark, Eric Wright and Mark Denis each added two goals.

Orange's Ryan Adams, Justin Waagbo, Kevin Myers and Ben Becker each added a score. Joe Beal scored three times for White and Matt Seivold, once.

Grey nipped Blue, 8-7, as Danny Stansbury paced Grey's attack with four goals and one assist. Eric Vizzini had two goals for Grey; Jordan Bosley and Steve Robertson added one apiece. Mark Donahue scored four goals for Blue, Andy Aschenbrenner, two, and Kris Gooding, one.


Perna Gymnastics recently traveled to Easton to compete in the Level IV Maryland Invitational Championships.

Melissa Hiner (ages 7-8) scored 8.00 on vaulting (third), 8.00 on parallel bars (second), 7.10 on balance beam (second), 7.80 on floor exercises (second) and a second-place 30.90 all-around.

Cigi Gass had 8.00 on vault (second), 8.00 on bars (first), 8.30 on beam (first), 8.00 on floor (first) and a first-place all-around of 32.30.

Jessica Shelton (9-11) was 8.40 on vault (sixth), 7.60 on bars, 7.10 on beam, 7.80 on floor (10th) for a 10th-place all-around score of 30.90.

Jennifer Griffith scored 6.80 on vault, 7.90 on bars, 7.30 on beam (10th), 6.70 on floor and 28.70 all-around.

Andrea Keefer scored 8.70 on vault (third), 8.30 on bars, 8.80 on beam (first), 7.80 on floor and a sixth-place all-around score of 33.60.

Airla Esworthy had 8.80 on vault (second), 8.0 on bars, 7.10 on beam, 6.40 on floor and 30.30 all-around (12th).

Christine Leazer scored 7.90 on vault, 8.30 on bars (ninth), 8.40 on beam (third), 7.00 on floor and a ninth-place all-around of 31.60.

Holly Erikson had 8.60 on vault (fourth), 7.50 on bars (eighth), 7.50 on beam (10th), 7.30 on floor (10th) and an all-around of


Megan Burda scored 8.10 on vault (sixth), 8.30 on bars, 8.80 on beam (second), 8.00 on floor and an all-around of 33.20.

Nicole Puller scored 8.00 on vault (10th), 7.80 on bars, 7.00 on beam, 7.70 on floor and 30.50 all-around (11th).

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