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Howard County rec sports and notices

Sports notices:

Scholarships

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To apply for the Amanda Post "AmandaWins" River Hill High School student athlete scholarship visit http://cfhoco.org/scholarship/the-amanda-post-amandawins-river-hill-high-school-student-athlete-scholarship/. To apply for the Amanda Post "AmandaWins" Soccer Association of Columbia/Howard County student athlete scholarship visit http://cfhoco.org/scholarship/the-amanda-post-amandawins-soccer-association-of-columbiahoward-county-student-athlete-scholarship/. Both scholarships, which is for $5,000, is offered in loving memory of Amanda Josephine Post, who passed away in 2009 during her freshman year at River Hill High School. Candidates must plan to attend an accredited two-or four-year college/university or trade school. Applications are being accepted online via the links above, and the information found therein through Monday, March 6, 2017.

Tennis

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Glenmont Tennis League is a summer recreational tennis league for women. It is a fun league where you can meet new players and just have fun. Applications are due by April 1. If you are interested in joining or have any questions call Sue Filson 410-730-6565 or email suefilson@verizon.com.

Softball

The AACSS men's 60-plus recreation league is looking for players for their upcoming season. Players must be over 60 years old by the end of 2017 season. The league starts in April and runs for 18 weeks at the Bachman Sports Complex on Ordnance Road in Glen Burnie. Double-header games begin at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays. If interested contact, John Hammell at 410-766-5536.

Soccer

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Soccer Association of Columbia is now registering players for School's Out Holiday Clinics from February through May. Sessions from 9-12, 1-4 and 9-4 are available.

Soccer Association of Columbia is now registering players for the Spring Break Camp scheduled for the week of April 10 – April 14th.  Both full and half-day sessions are offered. SAC also offers extended care 4-6 p.m. for an additional fee.

Soccer Association of Columbia is now registering players for the spring 2017 season for the Clinic, Recreational and Recreational High School programs. Leagues are open to players with birth years from 1998 to 2012. Gender based teams meet for eight weeks beginning in April.

The SAC Juniors Program is a fun-filled introduction to soccer. SAC offers six, one-hour weekday or weekend sessions for ages 3-4 throughout the year in Howard County. Players receive an Under Armour jersey. Topics include body awareness, agility, balance and ball control.

To register for any of the programs above, go to sackick.com to register. For more information, contact asksac@sac-hc.org.

Football

Howard County Recreation & Parks is offering registration for the Howard County TERPS Tackle football and Cheer program for boys and girls, 5-14 years old. Applications for coaches are being accepted now.  Players and coaches, come have fun in a developmental yet competitive environment. The HC TERPS program has practices in Columbia with home games at Blandair Park. Season starts in early August. To apply to coach please complete the application at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/N69NPXP. Football head coaches’ interviews are tentatively scheduled for the evenings of Tuesday, February 21 and 28. For more information, contact Sandra Lambert at slambert@howardcountymd.gov or call 410-313-4715. 

Softball

The Bayside Blues girls' fast pitch softball team is looking for pitchers and position players (ages 14-18) for the 2017 summer season. The team plays in tournaments for aspiring collegiate athletes to showcase their skills in front of college coaches and recruiters. Contact Mike Kriner at 301-343-5239 or email makkri@comcast.net. Visit http://www.baysideblues.org.

Baseball

The HCYP Raiders, the premiere travel baseball program of Howard County, is hosting an informative and education discussion on Sunday, Jan 29, 6:30-9 p.m. in the Centennial High School auditorium. Tons of useful information will be provided related to the ins and outs of preparing local baseball players for their high school teams, as well as helping both players and parents navigate the college recruiting process. Featured guest speakers include Mt. Hebron's Brian Culley and Reservoir's Adam Leader. Coach Culley led the Vikings to the state finals in 2015 and was voted Baltimore Sun's 2015 All-Met Baseball Coach of the Year. Coach Leader led his Gators to the 2014 3A State Championship and his 2014 team finished in the top 50 in the nation, according to Baseball America. University of Maryland Head Coach John Szefc will also be a featured guest speaker and will provide both players and parent's with his experience and perspective on the competitive college recruiting process. Admission is free. Both parents and players of 6th-12th grade players are encouraged to attend. Please RSVP today by contacting HCYP Raiders Coach Joe D'Alonzo at joseph@connec2media.com.

The regular meeting of "Talkin' Baseball" will take place on Saturday, Feb. 11 at 9 a.m. at Brighton Gardens, 7110 Minstrel Way, Columbia, MD. Our speaker will be Charles Kupfer who will discuss his book, "Something Magic: The Baltimore Orioles, 1979-1983." For more information call 410-992-1186.

Basketball

HYBA is now registering for the spring Friday Night Basketball Program, for boys and girls grades K thru 12. Games will be played April, May and June. Go to hyba.org to register or call 410-461-7694 for questions.

Rec sports:

Running

Forty-four runners participated in the Howard County Striders winter weekly race at Northfield Elementary. Mark Eagles and Emma Young were the winners of the 5k race.

5k results:

1. Mark Eagles, 18:18; 2. Rob Genzel, 18:55; 3. Patrick Sullivan, 19:02; 4. Stephen Senick, 19:30; 5. Mike Bohse, 20:54; 6. Ted Poulos, 21:13; 7. Hafiz Shaikh, 21:20; 8. Gregg Ford, 21:26; 9. Steve Bohse, 21:31; 10. Steve Muchnick, 21:33.

11. Jack Kammere, 21:36; 12. Jesse Palmer, 21:44; 13. Chad Burger, 22:47; 14. Evan Griffiths, 22:51; 15. Richard Griffiths, 22:53; 16. James Blackwood, 23:32; 17. John Dowling, 23:47; 18. John Way, 24:18; 19.  Marc Burger, 25:08.0; 20. Harry Rowell, 25:08.7.

21. Bill Farrell, 25:30; 22. Eric Johnston, 25:46; 23. Bill Brown, 26:55; 24. Jack Arrington, 27:31.3; 25. Willis Thai, 27:31.7; 26. Bram Arrington, 27:32.1; 27. Emma Young, 27:32.7; 28. Hans Meurer, 27:55; 29. no card, 28:40; 30. Fritz Orlofsky, 29:43.0.

31. Greg Orlofsky, 29:43.9; 32. James Scarborough, 30:02; 33. Anaya Calhoun, 31:08; 34. Ryan Decamp, 31:29; 35. Derrick Calhoun, 32:58.4; 36. Eric Katkow, 32:58.7; 37. Amanda Idstein, 33:45; 38. Elizabeth Nguyen, 34:54; 39. Jennifer Kasirsky, 35:00; 40. Sharlene Deskins, 35:27.

41. Jon Palks, 36:35; 42. Tom Green, 36:50; 43. John Wheatland, 37:09; 44. Jeanette Novak, 39:30.

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Baseball

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The players are Spencer Bond, Aiden Kaplan, Shane Amato, Joe Aaby, Nick Aaby, Adam Thompson, Charlie Wentker, Logan Anderson, Curtis Mackenzie, Jacob Hauk, Michael Tolle and Luke Galloway.The team is coached by Mark Aaby, Tate Galloway, Chris Wentker and Keith Hauk.
The players are Spencer Bond, Aiden Kaplan, Shane Amato, Joe Aaby, Nick Aaby, Adam Thompson, Charlie Wentker, Logan Anderson, Curtis Mackenzie, Jacob Hauk, Michael Tolle and Luke Galloway.The team is coached by Mark Aaby, Tate Galloway, Chris Wentker and Keith Hauk. (Photo courtesy of Keith Hauk)

The HCYP 10U Raiders celebrated a very successful 2016 season on January 24 when they received their championship trophies for winning the 10U Piedmont Division of the Mid-Atlantic Baseball Association. The team finished 19-4 after winning the championship, and was paced all season by strong pitching and defense. The players are Spencer Bond, Aiden Kaplan, Shane Amato, Joe Aaby, Nick Aaby, Adam Thompson, Charlie Wentker, Logan Anderson, Curtis Mackenzie, Jacob Hauk, Michael Tolle and Luke Galloway. The team is coached by Mark Aaby, Tate Galloway, Chris Wentker and Keith Hauk.

Jump rope

Twenty-three members of the Kangaroo Kids Competition Team participated in the AAU Winter Jump Rope Invitational Tournament held at the North Laurel Community Center on Feb. 4. There were 87 jumpers from nine teams from Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia. The tournament included both an Experienced Division for those who have previously competed and a Novice Division for first time competitors. Ribbons were awarded to the top eight finishers per event in each age group. Earning ribbons for the Kangaroo Kids jumpers were:
 
Male Experienced Single Rope Events:
One Minute Speed: 15-18: 1. A. Weingrad; 4. D. Meek; 7. K. Aguilera. One Minute Power: 15-18: 1. A. Weingrad; 2. D. Meek; 7. K. Aguilera. Freestyle: 15-18: 1. D. Meek; 2. A. Weingrad; 7. K. Aguilera.
 
Male Novice Single Rope Events:
One Minute Speed: 9-10: 1. D. Reed. 11-12: 1. A. Shane; 2. L. Rose. One Minute Power: 9-10: 1. D. Reed. 11-12: 1. A. Shane; 2. L. Rose. Freestyle: 9-10: 1. D. Reed. 11-12: 1. A. Shane; 2. L. Rose.
 
Female Experienced Single Rope Events:
One Minute Speed: 11-12: 1. I. Gleeson; 6. F. DiValentin. 13: 4. K. Prox; 5. G. Shambeau. 14: 3. K. Costello. 15-18: 2. J. Meek; 5. A. Augustino; 6. E. Gates; 7. J. Cohen; 8. P. Cohen. One Minute Power: 11-12: 2. I. Gleeson; 5. F. DiValentin; 6. K. Reed. 13: 4. G. Shambeau; 5. E. Breznak; 6. K. Prox. 14: 4. K. Costello. 15-18: 2. J. Meek; 3. A. Augustino; 7. E. Gates; 8. J. Cohen. Freestyle: 11-12: 1. I. Gleeson. 13: 3. K. Prox; 5. G. Shambeau; 6. E. Breznak. 14: 1. K. Costello. 15-18: 1. J. Meek; 5. A. Augustino; 6. J. Cohen; 7. P. Cohen; 6. E. Gates.
 
Female Novice Single Rope Events:
One Minute Speed: 8U: 5. A. Jackson. 11-12: 2. M. Proper; 4. E. Maddox; 5. C. Baldwin. One Minute Power: 8U: 7. A. Jackson. 11-12: 1. M. Proper; 3. C. Baldwin; 5. E. Maddox. Freestyle: 8U: 7. A. Jackson. 11-12: 2. E. Maddox; 4. M. Proper; 5. C. Baldwin.

Running

Sixty-nine runners came out to the Howard County striders weekly series race Jan. 15 at Hammond Middle School. Lochlann Boyle and Michelle Weaver were the 2-mile winners. Mark Loeffler and Karen Young led the 5k runners.

2-mile results:
1. Lochlann Boyle, 5:50; 2. Chad Burger, 6:27; 3. John Way, 7:14; 4. Kirk Gordon, 7:40;
Fritz Orlofsky, 7:47; 6. Greg Orlofsky, 7:48; 7. Kenny Walker, 7:58; 8. Quinn Roberts, 8:25; 9. Michelle Weaver, 8:47.3; 10. Rebecca Weaver, 8:47.9.

11. Daniel Walker, 8:51; 12. Myron Burgman, 8:56; 13. Connor Roberts, 9:16; 14. Matthew Weaver; 9:18.0; 15. J.R. Bott, 9:18.7; 16. Jeffrey Weaver, 9:19; 17. Faye Weaver, 9:20; 18. Keira McGee, 13:09; 19. Bethany Mcgee, 13:11; 20. Missy Burger, 14:02.

21. Max Wassell, 15:16; 22. Christopher Blackwood, 16:03.1; 23. James Blackwood, 16:03.9.

5k results:
1. Mark Loeffler, 17:49; 2. Adam Wytko, 17.59; 3. Mark Landree, 18:55; 4. Phil Lang, 20:11; 5. John Chall, 20:51; 6. Gregg Ford, 21:00; 7. Mike Bohse, 21:07; 8. Evan Calvert, 21:43; 9. Jack Kammerer, 22:23; 10. Greg Schuler, 22:27.

11. Casey Richardson; 22:45; 12. Mike Hopper, 22:55; 13. Kenneth Sevik, 23:08; 14. Alan Mulindwa, 24:14; 15. Chris Farmer, 24:46; 16. Bill Stahr, 25:03; 17. Marc Burger, 25:12; 18. Karen Young, 25:28; 19. David Rapavi, 26:08; 20. Phyllis Sevik, 26:33.

21. Emily Howe, 26:35; 22. Vicki Lang, 26:36; 23. Henry Hopper, 27:52; 24. James Scarborough, 28:37; 25. Cindy Alms, 28:47.5; 26. Linda Alms, 28:47.9; 27. Hans Meurer, 28.51; 28. Carol Wesolowski, 29:02; 29. David  Koralov, 29:52; 30. Scott Woods, 29:53.

31. Leonid Koralov, 30:09; 32.  Roger Calvert, 30.43; 33. Jim Baxley, 30:48; 34. Melinda Krummerich, 31:53; 35. Amanda Idstein, 34:06; 36. Erin Hopper, 34.24; 37. Sharlene Deskins, 34:44; 38. Georgia Martin, 34:55; 39. Chris Martin, 34:58; 40. Bruce Shaffer, 35:38.

41. Samei Koralov, 38:15; 42. Haydee Herrera, 38:22; 43. Margaret Barry, 39:55; 44. Jeanette Novak, 39:59; 45. Christine Estacion, 41:01; 46. Meta Cadigan, 41:02.

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