Severna Park Kickers top Patriot Club, 6-2The...


Severna Park Kickers top Patriot Club, 6-2

The Severna Park Soccer Association Kickers 15-and-under girls soccer team defeated the first-place Patriot Soccer Club, 6-2, in an under-19 indoor league matchup Sunday at Du Burns Arena in Baltimore.

Tracy Mrazeck (North County) and Shannon Chaney (Severna Park) led the way for the Kickers with three goals each. Playing well defensively for the victors were Carina Sonberg, Ruth Wilson, Chrissy Kohlhepp and Amber Wilkerson.

In another indoor matchup, the Kickers tied the Baltimore Soccer Club, 4-4, last Friday night at Meyer's Pavilion.

Scoring for Severna Park were Mrazeck, Jill Jones, Sarah Meehan and Tar Theis. Goalie Angie Zittle recorded 12 saves for the Kickers. The Severn Stormers 8-10 girls basketball team improved to 3-2 with a 12-8 win over Cape St. Claire I in Saturday's Glen Burnie League game.

Renee Pineda had six points, four rebounds, five steals and a blocked shot for the Stormers. Lindsey Harris scored four points, got a rebound and a steal. Amanda Uhrin grabbed six rebounds and added two points, while Regina Jones contributed with four rebounds.

* 10-12 boys -- Meade Village saw its record drop to 2-2 with a 30-22 loss to Harvey Grant League opponent East Glen Burnie last weekend.

Darren Johnson led Meade Village with 13 points, while Delowyn Pack and James Roberts added five and four each.

* Kevin Mallet scored 16 points to help the Freetown Police Youth Activity Hornets defeat the Buccaneers, 34-8, in a Rick Pierce league game Saturday.

Mallet also contributed six assists and four blocked shots for the 4-2 Hornets. Tony Henson scored eight points and handed out four assists.

Kevin Boone had four points and six assists, while Terry Keemer (six rebounds and one blocked shot), Martin Keemer and Maurice Dorsey scored two points each. Derrick Jennings added two rebounds, and Marvin Pearlman collected two steals.

* 10-12 girls -- Kim Lawton's 17-point, 12-rebound effort paced the Arnold Heat (5-0) to a 31-9 win over Cape St. Claire in the Chesapeake League Saturday.

Julie Shank had eight points and seven rebounds. Tracy Sariscak (four points) and Julie Gosewisch (two points) grabbed 10 rebounds each.

The Heat will play GARCI Saturday at 9 a.m. at Central Middle School in Edgewater.

* 12-14 boys -- Meade Village kept its unbeaten record intact with a 21-18 triumph over the Bucs in the Chris Mullin league last week.

Rico Ridgely scored six points, followed by Tony Twitty and R. C. Ward, who chipped in five and four, respectively. Kevin Henson, Janell Gray, and Jason Clendinin had two each.

* The Severn Running Rebels took advantage of two technical fouls on Greater Glen Burnie coach Micah Holland for a 44-41 overtime win in a Tom Gugliotta League game.

Justin Patton led Severn (5-0) with 12 points, eight rebounds, three steals and two assists.

Antwaun Smith posted nine points, seven rebounds, two steals and a block. Patrick Owens had five points and four rebounds, and Paul Nesbitt (three steals and two rebounds) and Chris Morean had two points each.

Gary Kinsey led Greater Glen Burnie with 11 points. Mike Yost and Chris Wetterman tallied seven points each. Other scorers were Brad Burns (six points), Shane Thompson (five), Eric Jacobsen (three) and Brandon Powell (two).

* 14-17 boys -- Vatrone Foote's 16 points wasn't enough to keep Meade Village from dropping a 42-39 overtime decision to Brooklyn Park in a David Robinson league game last weekend.

Rayshawn Mackell added 13 points and four steals for Meade Village (2-2).

* The Severn Warriors (2-3) won its second game of the season over winless Severna Park B, 39-21, in another David Robinson league game.

D'Andre Hiers led all scorers with 13 points, including a rim-rattling slam dunk between several Severna Park defenders.

Ashaun Nelson helped the winners with nine points, while Jeff Green scored eight. Jeremy Martin and DeWayne Davis scored four and three points, respectively, and Chris Saulter added two.

Mike Petrosky led Severna Park B (0-5) with five points, while Chase Scott, David Schwab, Geoff Gill, Kevin Johnson, Jon Thompson, Grey Pharr, Matt Dinenna and Josh Morey had two points apiece.

* Freetown's Police Youth Activity (0-4) squad jumped out to a 6-0 lead but went on to lose to ARC, 42-20, Sunday in David Robinson league play.

Duwan Henson (four assists) and Joe Queen led PYA with six points each. Martin Johnson, a 13-year-old, scored three points, while Darwin Coates (five rebounds and four blocks) and Marcus Day (four steals) had two each. Gerald Wallace and Pete Johnson helped off the bench.

PYA will attempt to earn its first win this Sunday against Greater Glen Burnie.

* Severna Park A fell to 2-3 following a 36-30 loss to the Annapolis Boys & Girls Club (4-1) Sunday.

Kevin Kasparzak had 12 points for the losers and Joe Miller had 10 points to go with a game-high seven rebounds. Corey Poorman added six points.

* 12-14 girls -- Meade Village (4-0), the top team in the Arundel League, had little trouble in beating East Glen Burnie, 47-10.

Angie Creek scored 33 points, boosting her four-game average to 29 points per game. Kysha Naylor had 10 points.

* The Arnold Heat improved to 5-0 with a 22-16 win over Davidsonville in a Chesapeake league game Saturday.

Becky Shank led the Heat in scoring with 13 points, while grabbing six rebounds. Angie Ogbus added four points and eight rebounds, while Summer Nugent picked up a team-best 16 rebounds and scored two points. Melissa Reynolds had 10 rebounds. Jessica Gaither and Amanda Cook played well defensively.

The Heat will face the Annapolis Girls Club 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Magothy Middle School.

* 18-and-over girls -- First National got the best of 0-3 Meade Village, 44-28, in a Glen Burnie women's league game last week.

Londa Sanders scored 16 points for Meade Village, while Donna Johnson and rebounding leader Tina Pack had four points each. Catherine Medley and Beverly Thomas scored two each.

Senior volleyball

* 50-and-over men -- Second-place Pro-Jersey (32-16) defeated the Sunsetters in four straight games last week in a Pasadena Senior Volleyball League match.

The winners were led by Ray McCurtin and Paul Young.

Setter Jeannette Adler, the league's only female player, turned in an outstanding game for the Sunsetters, who held large leads in three of the four games.

On Feb. 2, league-leading Norwood Garage (37-11) took a 3-1 decision over Pro-Jersey.

Standouts for Norwood included Ron Ellencamp (five kills) Pete Peterson (four kills), and George Kelch (two kills). Bob Sadler had five kills for Pro-Jersey.

On the same night, Guardex (25-19) swept four games from the Sunsetters. Bob Gordon had seven kills for Guardex.

Last-place Printed Apparel did not play during the week, keeping their record at 3-41.


Barlow's Gymnastics of Annapolis conducted its second annual Valentine's Invitational over the weekend.

An outstanding performance by Barlow's Level 5 gymnasts earned them a first-place trophy as well as individual awards.

Competing in the 7-8 age category were Erin Day of Lothian, Ashleigh Chriss of Easton, Leanne Kenty of Stevensville, Tracy Pohlman of Riva, and Sarah Strickenburg and Anya Savanick of Stevensville.

Day took fifth on bars (8.0) and sixth on floor (8.25) while Chriss captured fifth on beam with a 7.5. Kenty placed third on bars (8.45), fourth on floor (8.65) and fourth in the all-around with 31.10.

Strickenburg took second on beam (7.90), fourth on bars (8.05), fifth on floor (8.25) and third in the all-around with 31.30. Pohlman placed third on floor (8.70) and Savanick finished seventh on vault with a 7.30.

Competing for Barlow's in the 9-11 age group were Linda Adams of Arnold, Kristen Cross of Grasonville, Janne Haines of Annapolis, Alex Santora of Severna Park and Cathy Schnell of Annapolis.

Adams took fourth on vault (8.0) and fifth on bars (8.45) and Cross took second on floor (9.10), third on beam (8.15) and fifth on vault (7.90). Haines picked up second place on bars (8.55), sixth on beam (7.85) and floor (8.60) and third in the all-around with 32.65.

Santora took first on vault (8.1), third on floor (8.85) and second in the all-around (33.10) while Schnell finished third on bars (8.50), fifth on beam (8.05) and fourth on floor (8.75).

Barlow's Level 6 girls competitive team also brought home a first-place team trophy. Competitors in the 8-11 age group for Barlow's were Amy Holden of Deale, Elizabeth Kosmides of Annapolis and Kori Talbot of Lothian.

Holden placed first on beam (9.10) and floor (9.10), and second on the vault (8.80) and all-around (34.75). Kosmides took second on bars (8.65), fourth on beam (8.45), fifth on floor (9.0) and fourth in the all-around with 34.25.

Talbot finished second on beam (8.85) and floor (9.10), third on vault (8.70) and fourth in the all-around.

Kim Crocetti of Arnold and Kathy Maloney and Karen Timm -- both of Riva -- represented Barlow's in the 12-14 age category.

Crocetti took first on vault (8.45), second on bars and floor, and second in the all-around with 30.75. Maloney took first on floor (8.70), second on beam (8.70) and third in the all-around (29.75). Timm placed first on bars (8.10) and beam (8.55), second on vault (8.35) and first in the all-around with 32.20.

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