Basketball* 10-11 boys -- Jemel Hogan supplied eight...


January 12, 1995|By Jamison Hensley


* 10-11 boys -- Jemel Hogan supplied eight points and five rebounds as North Carroll held off Mount Airy IV, 36-29, in the Carroll County Travel League. Trailing 25-10 after three quarters, Mount Airy rallied with 19 points.

Joe Dorwart led Mount Airy with five points. Brian Register added six points and eight rebounds for North Carroll. Justin Watts of North Carroll also scored six.

* 12-13 boys -- The North Carroll travel team put together two comeback wins to claim the Hanover Christmas Tournament championship.

Zach Smith had 19 points and 10 rebounds as North Carroll topped Hanover, 42-30, in the final. Jason Howdyshell contributed 11 points and 15 rebounds.

Switching to a man-to-man defense, North Carroll outscored Hanover 27-17 to come back from a four-point halftime deficit.

In North Carroll's first-round 38-29 victory over Gettysburg, Howdyshell collected 14 points and 16 rebounds. North Carroll trailed the entire first half as Gettysburg played a slow-tempo game against the laid-back zone.

Forcing a more offensive battle with a full-court pressure defense, North Carroll outscored Gettysburg, 29-16, in the second half. Smith added 10 points and six rebounds.

* 3rd-6th grade girls -- Katie Chrest accounted for half of the scoring, racking up eight points, as Domino's Pizza beat Manchester, 16-8.

* 3rd-4th grade boys -- Kyle Reese totaled 16 points to push American Legion #200 past Bosley Drywall, 24-20. Curtis Bosley had 12 points in a losing effort.

Jeremy Raynor scored eight points to help Dr. Diegert's over Ivan L. Martin and Sons, 16-12. Shawn McDonald scored 10 points for Ivan L. Martin and Sons.

Scoring 18 points, Steve Sheppard powered Bob's Variety past H.E. Ruhlman, 20-17. Kevin Swecker provided eight points for H.E. Ruhlman.

* 5th-6th grade boys -- Justin Hackler produced 12 points in Ivan L. Martin and Sons' 29-23 victory over Hampstead Sports. Sean Czajkowski, Greg Keller and Joe Centined each had team-highs of six points for Hampstead.

Bryant Mann's 15 points maneuvered White Pine Paving past H.E. Ruhlman, 23-20. Brian Fuller and Kevin Martin had eight points apiece for Ruhlman.

Ian Malcolm and James Snider combined to score 24 points as Masimore Contractors breezed past Main St. Studios, 34-24. Mike Turk scored 11 for Main St. Studios.

In Miller & Liberto CPA's 22-19 victory over Bosley Drywall, Josh Miller notched 11 points. Brett Johnson had a game-high 13 points for Bosley.

* 4th-6th grade girls -- Jessica Piper scored 11 points to give H.E. Ruhlman a 28-10 win over W&W Heating. Amanda Zielski scored eight for W&W.

* 7th-8th grade boys -- Charles Devilbiss had 16 points as Hughes Trash edged Hampstead Sports, 28-26. Shawn Spitzer carried Hampstead with 21 points.

In Lippy Brothers Inc.'s 49-43 win over Manchester Pharmacy, Mark Campbell tallied 16 points.

Steve Bair's 21 points sparked J.B. Bombers to a 40-32 win over Tom's Triple Play.

Enterprise Rent-a-Car received 17 points from Justin Raynor in its 41-34 win over Thomas Bennett Hunter.


Four area residents won various age group divisions in the fourth annual Punt, Pass and Kick Contest at the Sykesville

Raider football field.

Successfully defending his 1993 title, Brad Mayr finished first in the 7-8 age group.

Nick Sargent, a major contributor to the Raiders' recent Super Bowl championship, won the 9-10 division.

Other winners were: Bryan Harrison (11-12), Andrew Taylor (13-14) and John Torosion (15-16).


Warriors Wrestling Club members Jared Zillmer and Mike Muller each claimed first-place finishes at the Gilman Wrestling Tournament.

Zillmer, a 110-pounder, was chosen as the most outstanding wrestler. At 122 pounds, Muller finished as runner-up on the squad for most outstanding wrestler.

Warriors who placed second were Bryan Hamper (80) and Zach Cox (115). Mark Richard (75) and Jason Hamper (140) finished third.

Fourth-place finishers were Dan Patterson (75), Jesse Stank (95) and Brad Mann.

The Westminster Mat Rats finished 2-1 at a recent meet. The Mat Rats topped Back River, 57-26, and Friends, 71-22, but fell to Perry Hall, 54-33.

Westminster's outstanding wrestlers for each meet included: Josh Cokran (55) against Back River; Jim Reiter (95) against Perry Hall; and Dave Spicer (122) against Friends.

The Mat Rats (4-2) opened the season with wins against Baltimore Westside (72-21) and Reisterstown (51-33), but lost to Francis Scott Key Junior Eagles (50-39).

Mike Frederick (60), Robbie Pearre (65), Jason Brown (70), Eddie Grimes (75), Travis Mohlenrich (80), Reiter, Kyle Burger (100), Spicer and Tim Sharkey (130) all won by pins against Westside.

Winning by pins against Reisterstown were Cokran, Jim Staub (107) and Spicer.

Sharkey, Burger and Frederick each were named outstanding wrestlers against the Junior Eagles. Frederick and Burger won by pins, and Sharkey took a 13-9 decision.

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