Baseball* 15-and-under boys -- The Pasadena Panthers...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

June 30, 1994|By Steven Kivinski

Baseball

* 15-and-under boys -- The Pasadena Panthers downed GORC, 8-4, in the first of three victories last week.

Ray Wagner, who went 2-for-3 with a home run, earned the win and Tom Lupinek recorded the save. Josh Wark, Dave Dolch, Mike Drain, Nick Klug and Brian Griffith each knocked in a run.

The Panthers defeated Howard County, 6-5, as Lupinek pitched 4 1/3 innings of relief to earn the victory.

Jay Brandt knocked in the winning run and Klug and Wagner each had an RBI. Marvin Hazen made a spectacular catch in the seventh inning to preserve the win.

In the final game, the Panthers defeated Cape St. Claire, 11-5, as Wagner pitched five innings for the win.

Adam Sutton, who pitched the final inning, had an RBI along with Wagner, Drain and B.J. Ford.

* 15-16 boys -- With a 12-3 win over Bowie on Tuesday at 6th Street Field in Brooklyn, Gunther's Little Orioles (44-2 overall) extended their winning streak in Maryland CABA 15-16 baseball to a club-record 42 in a row.

Billy Walter (6-0) pitched a two-hitter with three strikeouts through six innings to notch the win over Bowie. Center fielder Jimmy Treen hit two of four homers by the Little Orioles. Mike O'Malley and Chris Calvert each hit their fourth homers of the season.

Over the weekend, the Little Orioles got an outstanding relief effort from Mike Ziegler (7-0), and a two-run homer by catcher Matt Martin in an 11-5 win over Reisterstown of the Baltimore Metro League.

Brian Thomas had an RBI double and Scott Shamleffer scored twice.

The Little Orioles also defeated Gambrills, 4-2 and Howard County, 9-3. Charlie Killmayer (5-0) with a save by Calvert got the win over Gambrills with Matt Brady hitting a double and RBIs from Ziegler and J.C. Perez.

Craig Haney (6-0) scattered four hits and struck out seven in the win over Howard. O'Malley and Jared Vogt had RBI doubles and Calvert had two hits and two runs scored.

* 18-and-under boys -- Mike Wooden (5-1) fired a two-hitter with nine strikeouts as the Gunther's/Corrigan's Little Orioles blanked Bedouins, 3-0, in Baltimore Metro League action at Essex Community College Tuesday.

The victory gave the Little Orioles (20-4 overall) an 18-3 record in Metro play.

The Little Orioles got a double, triple, RBI and two runs scored from shortstop Mike Goldberg and an RBI double from Bob Christopher.

Monday, the Little Orioles hit six homers in a 13-2 rout of Cockeysville with Bob Allnutt (4-0) picking up the win. Ian Cabellero hit two homers and hit the first of three in a row in the third inning, the others by James Matan and Goldberg. Christopher also homered in the third and Steve Tomshack belted a three-run shot in the second.

The Little Orioles swept a doubleheader from Reisterstown, 11-1 and 10-1. Jason White (4-1) pitched a two-hitter in the first game and Adrian Muys (1-0) a three-hitter in the second.

John Bermudez was 3-for-3 with a homer in the first game and catcher Brandt Childs was 3-for-3 with his sixth homer in the nightcap. Matan also homered and Chuck Manns had two hits.

Christopher fired a two-hitter with eight strikeouts in an 8-0 win over Dayton with Goldberg 3-for-4 with a triple, two hits by Bermudez and a homer from Muys.

Skating

The Pasadena Speed roller skating team recently won 21 first-place awards in a meet in Holiday, N.J.

Pasadena also brought home 14 second-place awards and 14 third-place ribbons. The team is preparing for the regional competition, which will be conducted this summer in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Ryan Ritter and Mark Benson each won four first-place ribbons. Amanda Bathras, competing in the Juvenile girls division, won three first-place awards and one second.

David Reynold took first in two events, was second in one and third in another. Brandy Baker was a double-champion in the Sophomore lady division and Tiffany Fowler one two first-place ribbons while competing among the Freshman girls.

Other first-place winners for Pasadena included Rich Ritter, Clayton Cruppenink, Ruth Fisher and Katie Magill. Rounding out the award winners for the locals were Tim Spalt, T.J. Bathras, Chad Farley, Brooks Holman, Melissa Beverly, Mike Cruppenink, Karen Petkovsek and Stacy Taylor.

Softball

* 10-12 girls -- The Cape St. Claire Cruisers collected 18 hits en route to a 14-9 victory last week over PAL Gold.

Lisa McElwain led the Cruisers' attack with four hits, followed by Minka Early (three RBIs), Stacey Smith (two hits) and Afton Solis (two hits). Early picked up the win by striking out 10 and allowing only 10 hits.

Leading the way defensively for the Cruisers were Smith, McElwain and Crystal Judy.

The Cruisers (6-4) bowed to Edgewater II, 14-11, Saturday at Graul's Field.

Mindy Darnel and Tracey Miller recorded a bulk of Edgewater's 13 hits and left fielder Brandi Vincent made a shoestring catch for the winners.

* 10-and-under girls -- The Linthicum-Ferndale Sidekicks clinched the West Division title last week by defeating the Fort Meade Knights, 25-16.

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