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Rec sports: Brown wins chilly Penguin Pace

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Running

Over 350 runners participated in the 18th annual Penguin Pace 5K, which took place in Columbia Sunday, Feb. 3.

Despite running a 10-mile race the day before, Karsten Brown won the Penguin Pace in 17:28. He really didn't expect to do as well as he did in the hilly race through the Longfellow and Beaverbrook communities. In fact, because of the light snow that fell the evening before, he said, "I was afraid the race might be canceled." Brown made his move late to earn the title for the second year in a row.

In the women's race, Tiffany Hevner had all she could handle racing against Alison Slade. They were running neck-and-neck up the final hill on Elliot's Oak Road, but Hevner opened it up down the stretch to edge Slade by eight seconds with a 20:06 mark.

Overall female: 1. Tiffany Hevner, 20:06.

Overall male: 1. Karsten Brown, 17:28.

1-14 male: 1. Riley McDermott, 21:07; 2. Adam Lowe, 23:51; 3. Alex Kvech, 24:16.

1-14 female: 1. Isabel Pineo, 23:24; 2. Cassandra McIltrot, 26:17; 3. Kiersten Moore, 27:53.

15-19 female: 1. Becca Andersen, 24:06; 2. Samantha Vermillion, 28:21.

15-19 male: 1. Conner McIntyre, 20:24; 2. Matthew Thompson, 20:40; 3. Shanon McIntyre, 20:43.

20-29 male: 1. David Toller, 17:52; 2. William Brockmeyer, 23:34; 3. Ben Hemler, 24:00.

20-29 female: 1. Allison Valentine, 23:53; 2. Elizabeth Logan, 23:54; 3. Allison Hayes, 25:35.

30-39 female: 1. Alison Slade, 20:14; 2. Faye Weaver, 22:27; 3. Rebecca Hemler, 22:29.

30-39 male: 1. Nicholas Grossi, 18:14; 2. Sigurd Knippenberg, 19:53; 3. Joshua Marsh, 20:04.

40-49 female: 1. Robyn Humphrey, 20:54; 2. Colleen Carroll, 22:02; 3. Julie Rosicky, 23:33.

40-49 male: 1. Richard Griffiths, 19:56; 2. Marc Applegate, 21:35; 3. Drew Carter, 21:40.

50-59 male: 1. Stuart Pineo, 19:29; 2. Weems McFadden, 19:59; 3. Bob Hemler, 23:21.

50-59 female: 1. Barbara Lyons, 24:30; 2. Sara Vermillion, 27:35; 3. Caroline Colclough, 29:09.

60-69 female: 1. Debbe Kirk, 27:54; 2. Adele Snowman, 34:11; 3. Frances Daum, 35:38.

60-69 male: 1. James Carbary, 22:27; 2. Ronnie Wong, 23:56; 3. Mike Fleming, 24:01.

70-99 male: 1. Stan Neumann, 26:10; 2. Jack McMahon, 30:00; 3. Alan Wycherley, 37:41.

Jump rope

Members of the Kangaroo Kids competition team participated in the AAU Maryland Jump Rope Invitational Tournament, held at the Glenwood Community Center Saturday, Feb. 2.

Experienced male single rope

One minute speed

Ages 11-12: 2. Michael Maiden; 3. Kevin Aguilera.

13-14: 1. Drew Meininger; 2. Devin Meek.

15-17: 1. Aaron Weingrad; 2. Cameron Simmons.

One minute power

11-12: 2. Michael Maiden; 3. Kevin Aguilera.

13-14: 1. Drew Meininger; 2. Devin Meek.

15-17: 1. Cameron Simmons; 2. Aaron Weingrad.

Freestyle

11-12: 2. Michael Maiden; 3. Kevin Aguilera.

13-14: 1. Drew Meininger; 2. Devin Meek.

15-17: 1. Aaron Weingrad; 2. Cameron Simmons.

Experienced female single rope

One minute speed

11-12: 2. Lily Trossman.

13-14: 2. Sophie Skalny; 6. Christina Kratzmeier.

15-17: 2. Meg Weigman; 3. Ali Young.

One minute power

13-14: 1. Christina Kratzmeier; 2. Sophie Skalny.

15-17: 2. Meg Weigman; 3. Ali Young.

Freestyle

11-12: 2. Lily Trossman.

13-14: 3. Sophie Skalny; 5. Christina Kratzmeier.

15-17: 2. Meg Weigman; 4. Ali Young.

Novice male single rope

One minute speed

8U: 1. Mason Meek.

One minute power

8U: 1. Mason Meek.

Freestyle

8U: 1. Mason Meek.

Novice female single rope

One minute speed

8U: 5. Lily Drechsler.

9-10: 4. Elizabeth Hughes; 5. Greta Shambeau; 6. Abby Sanders.

11-12: 3. Emily Gates.

One minute power

8U: 5. Lily Drechsler.

9-10: 5. Elizabeth Hughes; 7. Greta Shambeau; 8. Abby Sanders.

11-12: 2. Emily Gates.

Freestyle

8U: 1. Lily Drechsler.

9-10: 1. Elizabeth Hughes; 6. Abby Sanders; 7. Greta Shambeau.

11-12: 2. Emily Gates.

Volleyball

The 14U Columbia Volleyball Club Condors placed second at the St. Mary's College of Maryland Invitational Feb. 2. The team went undefeated until the last two sets of the day. Team members are Kiera Holtzclaw, Lauryn Terry (Hammond), Emma Sams (Centennial), Amanda Ross (Patapsco), Amanda Voll, Hope Kelly (Clarksville), Kaitlin Donovan (Patapsco), Taryn Aylward (Folly Quarter), Elayna Williams (Ellicott Mills) and Brooke Saunderson (Hammond). 

The 16U Thunder team also placed second in the MD Juniors 16s Mixed Tournament on Feb. 3. Finishing first in competitive pool play over BRYC National, MD Juniors Open Black and Powerhouse Athletics, CVC Thunder earned a spot in the gold playoff bracket. The team then defeated Masters Volleyball Academy before falling to MD Juniors Open Black in the championship match. The Thunder players are Rebecca Chamblee (Wilde Lake), Rachel Dubbs (Marriotts Ridge), Taylor Good (Centennial), Madison Lim (Atholton), Essence Holtzclaw, Alyssa Glenn, Valerie Greisman (Howard), Anna Karin Schleimer and Katherine Sudbrook (Howard). The MD Juniors players are Raven Blount (Oakland Mills), Dasha Johnson (Howard), Julia Kim (Marriotts Ridge), Allia Mostafa (Oakland Mills), Olivia Na (Atholton), Ariana Taj (River Hill), Caroline Tussing (Centennial) and Ekunda Wonodi (Howard).

Field Hockey

The Freedom HKY U16 team is headed to the USA Field Hockey National Indoor Tournament after placing third in a regional qualifying tournament in State College, Pa.

Glenelg High School goalie Noelle Frost's outstanding play lifted the team into the national tournament after she successfully held off three rounds of strokers to seal the win. Freedom's U16 team also features Emily Blanchard (Reservoir), Molly Milani (Glenelg) and Laura Gretz.

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