Digest: Lasek takes second in rain-shortened Skate Bowl at Dew Tour

Iron Girl event in Columbia goes to Australian Jones

August 20, 2012|Sports Digest

Dew Tour

Lasek takes second in shortened Skate Bowl

Pedro Barros defended his championship in the rain-shortened Skate Bowl at the Dew Tour Pantech Beach Championships in Ocean City on Sunday, holding off Baltimore native Bucky Lasek. In the first-ever Mega 2.0 event, 12-year-old Tom Schaar threw down a front-side 180 melon over the gap and spun a 1080 out of the quarter-pipe to win with a score of 89.00. Second place was earned by New York native Elliot Sloan with a score of 87.00 by throwing a tail grab combo first with a 720 over the gap then with another in a 540 on the quarter pipe. Bob Burnquist took third (86.75). Zack Warden won the BMX Mega 2.0, edging Chad Kagy on a tiebreaker. Meanwhile, Brett Banasiewicz captured the BMX Park competition, beating Kyle Baldock, 92.75-92.25.

Triathlon

Iron Girl event in Columbia goes to Australian Jones

Michellie Jones of Australia Nicole Kelleherwas the top finisher with a time of 1 hour, 24 minutes, 56 seconds in the seventh annual Athleta Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon on Sunday at Centennial Park in Columbia. More than 2,000 female endurance athletes ages 12 to 76 from 26 states participated in the race, which consisted of a 0.62-mile swim, a 17.5-mile bike ride and a 3.3-mile run. Jones took home a cash prize of $1,700. Rounding out the top five were: Lindsey Jerdonek (28, Sagamore Hills, Ohio), 1:25:11, $1,300 prize; $800; Alice Henriques (32, Washington), 1:25:19, $600; Nicole Kelleher (30, Charlottesville, Va.), Michellie Jones 1:26:20, $600; and Sharon Schmidt-Mongrain (37, Lafayette Hill, Pa.), 1:31:08, $399. Before the race, Athleta honored 36-year-old Jessica Hensley of Fallston with the "Power to the She" award. Hensley, a relay participant, is cancer-free after a two-year battle with acute myelogenous leukemia. Since 2010, she has been through two years of chemotherapy, two transplants and months of in-patient treatment.

Women's college soccer

Dankanich ties shot mark as Navy beats UMBC, 2-1

Junior midfielder Taylor Batye and sophomore forward Morgan Dankanich scored 57 seconds apart early in the first half to lead the Navy women's soccer team to a 2-1 win over visiting UMBC (0-1-1) on Sunday afternoon. Dankanich finished with 10 shots, tying a school record. Three players had registered 10 shots in a game before; the most recent was Stacy Finley in 2003. Dankanich also hit the crossbar in the 77th minute. UMBC's Rachel McKee scored on a penalty kick in the 59th minute. The Midshipmen (1-1-0) outshot the Retrievers 27-6 in the game and 17-2 in the first half. With the win, Navy extended its all-time lead in the series to 7-2-1.

More results: Junior Shannon Zickler made four saves in her first college start as No. 13 Maryland played to a 0-0 tie at Villanova Sunday afternoon. The Terps (1-0-1) dominated the Wildcats (1-0-1) for large chunks of possession in the first half, holding a 7-3 shot advantage and a 10-1 edge in corner kicks for the first 45 minutes. ... Towson (0-2) lost, 1-0, to host Valparaiso (2-0). The Tigers struggled offensively in the first half and didn't generate an attempt on goal. The Crusaders outshot Towson 14-4.

Et cetera

After wild finish, United draws with Union, 1-1

Dwayne De Rosario missed a retaken penalty kick in a wild ending at RFK Stadium that included three red cards as nine-man D.C. United tied the 10-man Philadelphia Union, 1-1, Sunday in Major League Soccer. Brian Carroll scored early for the Union (7-12-3), but Amobi Okugo gifted the goal back on an own goal in the 71st, and the last few minutes of the game were marred by a questionable retaken penalty, three reds and a fight between D.C. players. De Rosario initially converted the penalty, but referee Mark Geiger ordered it to be retaken although it appeared a Union player had entered the box early. United (11-8-4) lost Branko Boskovic to a red after a scrum, and De Rosario missed on his second attempt. Just seconds later, Emiliano Dudar was sent off for a challenge from behind as United went down to nine men, then the Union's Sheanon Williams earned his second yellow card. Williams was involved in a confrontation with United players, including goalie Bill Hamid, as he initially refused to leave the field and; after the whistle, D.C. defenders Chris Korb and Brandon McDonald shoved each other and needed to be separated. The draw extended United's home undefeated streak to 11 games.

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