Ice hockey* Bantam boys -- The Chesapeake Chiefs hockey...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

November 10, 1994|By Steven Kivinski

Ice hockey

* Bantam boys -- The Chesapeake Chiefs hockey team completed its preseason schedule with a second-place finish in last weekend's annual Buffalo Hornets Tournament in Buffalo, N.Y.

The Chiefs lost a 2-1 championship game Sunday to a team from Port Elgin, Ontario. Goalie Geoff Willis turned in a strong performance with 30 saves but he couldn't stop the Canadians from scoring with 58 seconds remaining in the first overtime period.

Chesapeake forward John Lee scored the Chiefs' goal against a Port Elgin team that won the Ontario Class A championship last season. Brian Rice assisted Lee.

The Elgin team defeated the Chiefs, 10-3, earlier in the tournament. Lee, Tim Moore and Diron Insley scored for the Chiefs, and Chris Scott had two assists.

The Chiefs got into the championship game by beating a London, Ontario team, 6-4, and a West Senaca, N.Y. squad, 3-2. Scott, Insley and Dom DeSantis scored two goals each for the Chiefs in their win over London and Moore had three assists. Defenseman Brad Boyer was credited with two saves.

Goalie Adam Kerner stood out in the West Senaca game with 16 saves, but Insley provided the game-winner with two minutes left. Scott and Moore scored the other goals in that game.

Football

* 90-pounders -- The Buccaneers captured the Patapsco Conference Championship Friday night by downing the Raiders, Silas Arce led the way for the Bucs (7-2) by scoring two touchdowns -- one on a 29-yard punt return -- and kicking three two-point conversions. Mike Guinoo ran for 77 yards and one touchdown and Chris Hudson and Billy Sansing each rushed for a touchdown.

Joe Brockmeyer ran for 90 yards for the Buccaneers and Corey Reina and Drew Ward rushed for 24 and 20 yards, respectively.

Reina and Arce each had an interception for the Bucs, who recorded their third shutout.

* 120-pounders -- Severna Park quarterback Mike Cosper scored touchdowns on runs of 32 and 5 yards and threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Travis Wells to lead the Green Hornets to a 24-6 win Saturday over the visiting Annapolis All-Stars.

Cosper also helped his own cause by intercepting two passes.

The balanced Hornet offense rushed for 210 yards with Andrew Porter, Dennis Cantwell, Mehdi Nematollahi, Cornett and Cosper. The Green Hornets picked up 110 yards through the air as Cosper was 9-for-9.

Indoor soccer

* Under-12 boys -- Dustin Page, Nick Haramis, Michael Godfrey and Chris Osborn each scored a goal to lead ASA Strike Force (5-0-4) to a 4-0 victory last week over Mountain Road.

* Under-11 boys -- The ASA Rockets downed Fort Meade, 5-0. Richard Burke scored two goals and Chris Sisulak, Matthew Bury and Rachel Jackowski scored one each.

Nick Christian and John Hamrick Jr. scored two goals apiece to lead the ASA Lightning past Cape St. Claire, 4-1. Hamrick, C.A.

Hunter and David Raslevich each had an assist.

Swimming

Twenty-nine Severna Park YMCA swimmers were among those listed for posting National YMCA Top 16 times during 1994.

Laura Bodine took the first-place spot in the 13-14 girls 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 2 minutes, 25.77 seconds, and she was also 12th in the 100 breast in 1:09.07.

NTC Chris Scheier was fourth in the 15-18 boys 200 butterfly and 15th in the 400 individual medley. Missy Haynie was 15th in the 15-18 girls 50 and 200 freestyles in 24.99 and 1:56.41,

respectively.

Nora Grannel was ranked first in the 15-18 girls 100 backstroke, second in the 200 backstroke, 10th in the 400 IM and 14th in the 200 IM.

Amy Musk was ninth in the 15-18 girls 100 breaststroke and 11th in the 200 breast, followed by fellow SPY team member Erin Cain in 16th. Paul Tignor placed third in the 13-14 boys 100 breast and was second in the 200 breast. Severna Park's Mike Taylor placed 16th in the 13-14 boys 200 breast and ninth in the 200 butterfly.

Katie DiBlasi earned 10th place in the 13-14 girls 100 freestyle while in the 11-12 age group, Kristin Nelson was ranked first in both the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Nelson also finished third in the 100 butterfly, fourth in the 500 freestyle, fifth in the 200 free, sixth in the 50 back and 13th in the 50 free.

Among 10-and-under girls, Christina Wise was ranked third in the 100 freestyle, third in the 50 free, fourth in the 100 IM, 13th in the 50 backstroke and ninth in the 100 fly.

Laine Harris was second in the 50 back, third in the 100 back, fourth in the 50 free, eighth in the 200 free, 14th in the 200 IM and 15th in the 100 IM.

Also contributing to the SPY team's strong girls 10-and-under group were Anna Kavetsky with a 15th place in the 100 backstroke and Kathleen Nelson with 16th place in the 50 fly.

SPY was well-represented in the boys 10-and-under age group by Matt Chaffin, who rated eighth in the 200 IM, 10th in the 100 IM, 12th in the 100 breast, 13th in the 50 free and 200 free and 16th in the 100 back.

Note: You can fax your Anne Arundel recreation results to (410) 783-2518. Please include first and last names of all participants.

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