Undefeated Wildcats down Ft. Meade

Norris Roy ran for two touchdowns and caught a third as the Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council Wildcats defeated the Fort Meade Cougars, 21-6, in a county 95-pound football game Saturday.

The undefeated Wildcats (9-0) will play host to Fort Meade (6-3) again Saturday in the first round of the playoffs.


Roy opened the scoring in the first quarter when he hauled in a 59-yard pass from quarterback Kris Lundborg. Lundborg added the extra point on a keeper to give the Wildcats a 7-0 lead.

Roy, who rushed for 58 yards on 10 carries, scored from 7 and 3 yards out, before Fort Meade scored in the fourth quarter.


John Navarro blocked a punt for the Wildcats and Andre Penney recovered a fumble on the Meade 3-yard line to set up the third Wildcat score.

In other 95-pound action, the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels ended their season Saturday with a 27-13 win over the East Glen Burnie Warriors.

Led by Brian Williams and Jason Galloway, the Rebels scored early in the first quarter. Galloway scored on a 10-yard run and Mike Hoey ran in for the extra point.

Mike Belcher picked up a fumble on the ensuing kickoff and ran 45 yards for a touchdown. Hooter Smith took the ball in for the extra point.

The Severna Park Green Hornets scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter in a 12-6 come-from-behind victory Saturday over host Cape St. Claire.

Safety Drew Pfarr intercepted a Cape pass at the end of the third quarter and the Hornets mounted a 60-yard scoring drive, capped by a 4-yard run by Mehdi Nematollahi (130 yards rushing).

A 34-yard run by Nematollahi, a 10-yard pass from quarterback Mike Cosper and an 8-yard run by Chris Odom set up Cosper's winning touchdown run with 23 seconds left in the game.

Outstanding blocking efforts by Pfarr, Charlie Winkle, Jeremy Winkle, Ryan McGarry, Kevin Dunn, Zack Walters, Matt Lehmann enabled the Hornets' offense to gain 235 total yards.


Severn (7-2) clinched a postseason berth by turning back Maryland City, 18-13, on Saturday.

The Savages' Darryl Sinclair and Lamar Parrish scored on touchdown runs of 35 and 25 yards, and Kirk Barrett scored on a 5-yard run. Quarterback-safety Dennis Williams stood out on both sides of the ball, intercepting a pass and providing leadership on offense.

Dennis Gore rushed for 80 yards and a touchdown in a losing effort, while John Goverman and DeAntee Saab hooked up on a 43-yard touchdown play.

* 115 pounds -- Six different players scored touchdowns as the Brooklyn Park Broncos closed their regular season in county 115-pound football Saturday with a .500 record (4-4) by routing the 1-8 Bucs, 37-0.

Antoine Chambers led a ground game that produced more than 200 yards rushing. Chambers scored on touchdown runs of 10 and 45 yards.

Tony Grooms ran three times for 71 yards and a touchdown and John Poe carried five times for 25 yards and a touchdown.


Cory Wright and Timmy Wilburn combined to complete nine of 14 passes.

On defense, Andree Walengo led the way with seven tackles, Donnie Blount had six and Wilburn and Timmy Lathe had five each as the Broncos held the Bucs to 73 yards total offense.

The Broncos did not make the county playoffs but will host Cape St. Claire at 8 p.m. Friday at Bronco Field in Brooklyn Park in a Turkey Bowl game.

Marwan Abuelhawa's 25-yard touchdown pass to Stephen Diviaio was the lone bright spot in Maryland City's 37-7 loss to Severn.

Jimmy Jeffers scored the extra point on a pass from Abuelhawa. Kelly Sweigart led the Mustangs' rushing attack with 50 yards, and led all tacklers on defense with eight. Jason Scites passed for 50 yards and returned a kickoff for 55 yards.

Tony Hittafer made five tackles and Kevin Goforth intercepted a pass.


Jason Hamrick and Steve Bland had a sack and a fumble recovery, respectively.

Despite a 2-7 record, Severn clinched a playoff berth by downing Cape St. Claire, 21-0, last Saturday.

Maryland City ended its season on a sour note on Saturday, suffering a 27-7 setback to the Severn Savages.

Justin Diviaio provided the Mustangs' only score on a 42-yard touchdown. Diviaio gained 69 yards. Kyle Jensen rushed for 32 yards and scored on an extra-point run.

Jamal Upshaw and Bill McDevitt (one fumble recovery) each had three tackles.

* 140 pounds -- Stanley Howard scored both touchdowns as the Andover Apaches (4-3) upset the defending county 140-pound champion Pasadena Chargers, 13-8, Saturday night at Apache Field in Linthicum.


Howard broke up a scoreless defensive struggle with a 36-yard touchdown return of a fumble in the third period and later added a 26-yard touchdown run in the final period. Bobby Lincoln ran for the extra point following Howard's second touchdown.

Malcolm Liverpool carried 16 times for 51 yards to pace the Apaches' offense. Liverpool also recovered a fumble on defense as the Apaches held the Chargers to just 48 yards rushing.

Mike Evans, who completed 7 of 11 passes for 92 yards but was intercepted twice and sacked four times, hit Kevin Moore with an 11-yard scoring toss in the final period and Chad Duncan booted the two-point kick.

The Chargers are scheduled to open the 140-pound playoffs 8 p.m. Saturday at Lake Waterford vs. the Rebels (6-2). The Chargers won the regular-season meeting between the two teams.

Youth soccer

* 19-and-under girls -- The Severna Park Kickers boosted their record to 7-2 with a 4-0 victory over the Arundel Soccer Association Magic last week.


Arundel High varsity player Shauna Donahue registered a game-high two goals, and Jill Jones (Arundel) and Danielle Olhues (Old Mill) added one each. Chrissy Kohlhepp (Chesapeake) and Nicole Land (Broadneck) each had one assist.

On Oct. 25, Severna Park edged the Freestate Mustangs, 3-2. Kristin Briggs (Northeast) had three goals, while Heidi Moldenhauer (Annapolis Area Christian) had one assist.

The Kickers, who played with just 11 players during the game, outshot Freestate, 18-9.

* 1980 boys -- The Harundale Hawks defeated Davidsonville, 1-0, last week in an AAYSL Division 2B game.

Stuart Schmidt scored the game's lone goal in the first half on a feed from Mike McKinney.

Jason Blevins, Nathanial Smith and Bryant McKean allowed the Gators only one shot on goal.


The Hawks (3-5-1) defeated the Annapolis Soccer Club, 4-1, Sunday in the first round of the Cape St. Claire Tournament.

Curtis Seibert scored two goals and Schmidt and Justin Lodenkemper added one each for the victors. Schmidt and Lodenkemper each added two assists.

The Hawks will play at Greater Glen Burnie at 11:10 a.m. Saturday at Oakwood Elementary School.

* The Crofton Blast stayed in the hunt for the Division I title Saturday by tying the Severna Park Lightning, 3-3, at Crofton Middle School.

After Severna Park opened the scoring, Greg Wojtec evened it on Brian Ridgeway's excellent centering pass. Things looked good for the Blast (3-2-4) when Matt Hunter gave his team the lead in the second half.

Nate Kuhn had the assist. However, the Lightning (4-4-1) scored two goals in a two-minute span to take a 3-2 lead.


Defensive problems again cost the Blast, but the team was bailed out by the strong offensive play of Kuhn, Hunter Wojtech and Ben Baxter. Ryan Sears had two of the Lightning goals and Mark Teixeira the other.

The Blast will play host to Mountain Road in its last game of the season at 11:10 a.m. Saturday at Crofton Middle School.

* Under-9 boys -- The Severna Park Raiders (6-0-1) maintained their undefeated status in the Baltimore Beltway League with an 8-0 win Saturday over the GHSC Strikers.

Danny Polm led the way for the Raiders with three goals while teammates Todd Soroka, Simon Groseclose, Brian Borden, Jake Dashiell and Kyle Dixon scored one each.

Hunter Barkes had an assist and Doug Swift and Danny Schillinger played well in the win.

* 8-year-old girls -- Alicia DiGennaro stopped a team-high four shots, but it wasn't enough to stop Davidsonville from defeating Arthur Slade last week, 5-0


April Bryant had two saves during her stint in goal, while field players Michelle Earnest, Christine Maniocha and Mary Monaghan had excellent games.

* 1982 girls -- The high powered Arthur Slade offense was too much for Greater Severna Park to handle, as the host Roadrunners downed their Division II rivals, 6-0.

Kelly Fox led the way with two goals, and Adrianne Kus, Krysten Dixon, Lisa Smith and Jackie Blevins (one assist) had one each. Kelly Kunkel added an assist for the winners.

* 1983 boys -- The Arundel Soccer Association Strike Force suffered its first loss of the season Saturday, falling to the Cape St. Claire Cougars, 2-1.

Chris Osborn scored ASA's lone goal, while Joey Rogers, Franklin McDonald and Jason Scott provided offensive support. The Strike Force (6-1-2) was lead defensively by Jonathan Seagraves.

* 1982 boys -- Jason Toraldo's two goals led Arthur Slade to a 4-0 victory over Greater Glen Burnie on Oct. 31.


Norman McCord and Brian Harrison added a goal apiece, while Norman McCord, Donnie Scholl, Jim Feeheley and Jesse Lorenston each pitched in with an assist. Lorenston, Josh Beam and Ryan Nangle were defensive standouts. Goalie Shaun Murphy had four saves.

* 10-and-under boys -- Two first-half goals propelled Arthur Slade to a 3-0 victory over Rolling Knolls in an Oct. 31 division III A clash.

Brendan Murray, Justin Toth, and Steven Foster booted in a goal each, and Jim Tucker added an assist.

Geoff Bock made six saves for the winners.

* John Nangle's second-half goal, assisted by Tom Edwards, clinched Arthur Slade's a 1-0 triumph over Division III C foe Edgewater on Oct. 31.

Goalkeeper Justin Day (six saves) helped to preserve the win with a penalty-shot save. The offensive unit of Nangle, Brian Flood, Mike Dulaney, Jeremy Duncan, Justin Duncan, Mike McAvoy, Kurt Stolka, Paul Harris and Erik Wadle combined for 26 shots.


* 1979 boys -- Justin Miller's hat trick helped Arthur Slade upend Fort Meade, 4-1, in an Oct. 31 contest.

Chris Endres supplied a goal and two assists, while Tom Yetter had one assist. Bobby Myers, Scott Palmer, Joe Brock, and goalie Ralph Brown (eight saves) anchored the Slade defense.

Midfielders Paul Harrel, Chris Chase, Mark Lawn and Steven Matuschek provided solid all-around performances. forwards Yetter, Nat Doegen, John Garrison and Justin Miller also played well.