Rec sports: Soccer Association of Columbia's Boys U-9 Premier Blue team off to 7-0 start

Rec sports

  • The SAC Boys U-10 United White – Celtic opened the fall season as finalists in the CASA Mid Atlantic Cup in Harrisburg Labor Day weekend. Team members are D.J. Hopkins, Nick Marshall, Andy Strohman, Carter Capodanno, Jake Skintges, Ryan Hernandez, Owen Anglin, Ryan Stone, Ethan Bomhardt, Dylan Ledbetter and Tony McDonnell. The team is coached by Anthony McDonnell, Ricardo Hernandez and Paul Capadonno.
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September 10, 2012

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Soccer

Soccer Association of Columbia travel

The Soccer Association of Columbia's Boys U-9 Premier Blue team is off to an impressive 7-0 start to their season capped by winning the U-9 Premier Division of the OBGC Capital Cup. The team finished first in group stage play with hard fought victories over Bethesda SC Blue and Waldorf Orange.

In the semifinals they persevered, 1-0, over a talented FC-USA. In the finals, the SAC team continued its possession-oriented soccer style to triumph yet again over Bethesda SC Blue, 5-2, to finish the tournament undefeated.

Members of the team are: Eric Allen, Riley Berge, Liam Curran, Chris Gunning, Blake Hoskins, Braedon Kartanowicz, Jimmy Linsenmeyer, Laim McCaffrey, Chris Pamukcoglu, and Phillip Washington.

The SAC Boys U-10 United White-Celtic opened the fall season as finalist in the CASA Mid Atlantic Cup in Harrisburg, Penn. Labor day weekend.

In group play, Celtic defeated CASA United (Harrisburg) and HMMS Gladiators (Mechanicsburg). Celtic's rock solid defensive play of D.J. Hopkins, Nick Marshall and Andy Strohman, along with goalkeepers/midfielders Carter Capodanno and Jake Skintges allowed only one goal during group play where they finished first.

In the semifinals, Celtic defeated Rheems AA (Rheems) as the offensive team of Ryan Hernandez, Owen Anglin, Ryan Stone, Ethan Bomhardt, Dylan Ledbetter and Tony McDonnell continued their scoring efforts with a 3-1 win.

The Celtic lost to CASA Premier Academy, 2-1, in the final minutes of the championship game.

The SAC United Premier White Girls U-12 team won the Premier Division of the OBGC Labor Day tournament in thrilling fashion. The Premier team advanced to the finals from a very challenging bracket by defeating Freestate, 3-0, and tying Loudoun Red and the NVSC Majestics.

In the championship game against DC Stoddard, the SAC team overcame a two-goal deficit and tied the game with only minutes left.

SAC was victorious in the penalty kick shootout to clinch the tournament title. Team members are Julianna Bonner, Lissette Carneiro, Sara Davis, Shannon Farrell, Jules Grasso, Victoria Hensh, Ashley Molz, Rachel Montgomery, Caroline Morton, Danielle Satola, Clarissa Struble, Tatum Teodori and Alicia Whye.

Running

Knights of Columbus

The ninth annual Knights of Columbus 10k Run was held on Saturday, Sept. 1 at the Shrine of St. Anthony in Ellicott City. Completing the difficult and challenging 10k course were 231 runners from nine states and the District of Columbia. Gurmessa Meyersa, of Washington D.C. won the race in 32:49. The winner in the women's division was Megan DiGregorio, of White Marsh, in 40:38.

Many others participated in a fun walk and kid's fun run. Complete results are at: http://www.charmcityrun.com or http://www.kc11898.com.

Age group winners:

Overall male: 1. Gurmessa Meyersa, 32:49.1; 2. Taresa Bayisa, 33:01.8; 3. Craig Schmidt, 34:12.9.

Overall female: 1. Megan DiGregorio, 40:38.0; 2. Amanda An, 44:46.5; 3. Jaime Fine, 45:03.7.

Male 1-15: 1. Connor Bivens, 47:46.0; 2. Ethan Budsock, 49:32.6; 3. Brandon Marquart, 54:05.2.

Female 1-15: 1. Brenda Rosas, 46:43.2; 2. Adriana Rosas, 49:11.0.

Male 16-19: 1. Ryan Hermstein, 42:58.6; 2. Matthan Martir, 51:51.3; 3. Erik Dekelbaum, 53:23.7.

Male 20-29: 1. James Blackwood, 39:07.7; 2. Jose Alfredo Perez, 44:11.2; 3. Greg Paulin, 51:39.3.

Female 20-29: 1. Beth Gilbert, 50:37.7; 2. Rachael Morrison, 51:02.0; 3. Stephanie Cogar, 54:14.7.

Male 30-39: 1. Karsten Brown, 35:27.0; 2. Steve Prinzivalli, 35:34.2; 3. Jeremy Rea, 36:01.9.

Female 30-39: 1. Emily Bonham, 49:16.2; 2. Sharon Edelson-Manmel, 49:39.3; 3. Allison Hamilton, 49:59.0.

Male 40-49: 1. Matthew Glynn, 35:42.6; 2. Stephen Bohse, 41:26.0; 3. Dave Moorehouse, 41:43.6.

Female 40-49: 1. Tammy Liu, 46:16.3; 2. Marsha Demaree, 49:47.4; 3. Carolyn Holland, 50:40.8.

Male 50-59: 1. Ted Poulos, 40:12.7; 2. John Chall, 41:19.9; 3. Mike Keeports, 41:44.9.

Female 50-59: 1. Terry Storms, 58:12.8; 2. Myra Washington, 58:33.1; 3. Maureen Kogut, 59:22.2.

Male 60 and over: 1. Ronnie Wong, 47:02.6; 2. James Carbary, 47:53.3; 3. Mike Bradford, 52:17.0.

Female 60 and over: 1. Patricia Brooks, 1:00:08.0; 2. Frances Daum, 1:16:25.3.

Howard County Striders

The final race of the Howard County Striders' summer series races drew 47 runners to Lake Elkhorn on an extremely humid night. Serie point qualifiers were given Asics cinch bags. Karsten Brown and Marquel Bowler were the leaders in the 5k race.

5k results: 1. Karsten Brown, 17:40; 2. Adam Wytko, 17:46; 3. Brian Allen, 18:51; 4. Neville Anderson, 18:57; 5. James Blackwood, 19:10; 6. Luis Navarro, 19:29; 7. Ted Poulos, 20:11; 8. Mark Eagles, 20:39; 9. Michael Dusenbery, 21:59; 10. John Way, 22:04.

11. Robert Blanco, 22:16; 12. Dan Laukzemis, 22:55; 13. Bill Stahr, 23:05; 14. Marc Burger, 23:15; 15. Aaron Westcott, 23:17; 16. Steve Knoll, 23:30; 17. Eric Johnston, 23:43; 18. Ronnie Wong, 24:16; 19. Marquel Bowler, 24:30; 20. Chris Farmer, 24:46.

21. Marsha Demaree, 25:29; 22. Erin Blackwood, 25:36; 23. Amanda An, 25:49.5; 24. Anna Hogue, 25:49.8; 25. Michael Reed, 25:59; 26. Kristen Carbo, 26:05; 27. Mike Fleming, 26:07; 28. Dave Houe, 26:15; 29. Bob Lande, 26:29; 30. Sari Chapman, 27:46.

31. Erin LaBarre, 28:09; 32. James Moreland, 28:31; 33. Logan Kim, 28:42; 34. Susan Kim, 28:52; 35. Noah Kim, 29:01; 36. Roger Calvert, 29:51; 37. Jon Palks, 30:33; 38. Pat Huffman, 30:37; 39. Alison Woods, 30:46; 40. Jim Eagles, 31:59.

41. Mikail Ocasio, 32:10; 42. Melinda Krummerich, 32:23; 43. Joanna Seck, 33:57.3; 44. Leonard Guralnick, 33:57.9; 45. Nathan Capelle, 34:38; 46. Kristen Emery, 40:27; 47. Tim Orman, 44:11.

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