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Anne Arundel Youth Soccer selects Sides for Sommer Award

Recipient chosen for his leadership

Terry L. Sides of Arnold has been chosen as the second recipient of the Joe Sommer Award presented by the Anne Arundel Youth Soccer League for outstanding leadership and dedication to the sport in Anne Arundel County.

The award, named for former AAYSL president and Crofton resident Joe Sommer, will be presented to Sides on April 14 at the organization's regular monthly meeting at the Winterode Building in Crownsville. Larry Castro of Greater Arnold Recreation Council Inc. was the inaugural winner in 1992.

Sides, a senior systems analyst for the Maryland Ports Administration, served two terms as treasurer of the AAYSL before completing an unexpired term as president beginning in December 1990.

"Terry was the architect of our computer scheduling program, which was a necessity with more than 240 teams playing soccer in five age groups," said AAYSL president Lou Rosenthal. "But he also provided great leadership and direction when the organization was in turmoil."

Youth basketball

* 8-10 boys -- The Severna Park Green Hornets 8-10 boys basketball team improved its season record to 50-4 by defeating Severn, 33-8, in Saturday's first round of the Crofton Tournament.

Joe Burke led the Hornets with 10 points, and Derek Dixon, Gil Goodrich and Jarrod Ross added six points each. Charles Bauer chipped in two points for Severna Park and Richard Tuohey netted one.

David Williams led Severn with four points, four rebounds, a steal and a block, and Bayne Brown had two points, three rebounds and three steals. Daron Paschell chipped in two points, and teammate T. C. Henson had seven rebounds.

Later that day, the Green Hornets "A" team defeated Catonsville, 46-16, in the third round of the Arbutus 8-10 A Tournament.

Dixon led the Green Hornets with 13 points, followed by Burke with 10, Tuohey with seven, Goodrich with six, and Ross and Bauer with four apiece. Burke led all rebounders with 10, and Wagner had six.

The Hornets "B" team advanced to the championship game of the Arbutus B Tournament by defeating Greater Glen Burnie, 34-17.

Deon Gough paced Severna Park with nine points, and Jon Garritt and Bobby West contributed seven and six points, respectively. Gavin Floyd, Lionel Jennings and Trevor Quinn each had four points, and Jennings and Dennis Williams were the top rebounders with six each.

On Sunday, the Green Hornets "A" team advanced to the final of the Arbutus Tournament by overwhelming the Columbia Jaguars, 34-17.

Ross scored a game-high 12 points for Severna Park and Goodrich scored nine, including seven of eight free throws. Burke had five points, Tuohey had four and Dixon and Wagner had two each.

* The Severn Dream Team's 51-6 win over East Glen Burnie Athletic Club on Saturday clinched the Michael Adams Division title, and it finished with a 9-0 record.

Duke Dailey (three assists and two steals) and Louis Benson (six rebounds, three steals) each scored nine points. T. C. Henson contributed eight points, 15 rebounds (breaking his own team record), two steals and a blocked shot.

Travis Holmgren posted six points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals; Eric Comacho had five points and three assists; and David Williams had four points and 10 rebounds. Other contributors were Daron Paschell (four points, five steals, three rebounds, two assists), Feltrin Davis Jr. (four points, three rebounds, three assists, three steals) and Bayne Brown (two points, seven rebounds).

* 7-8 boys -- The Severna Park Green Hornets' 7-8 tournament team won the Arbutus Tournament with two victories last week.

On Tuesday, the Hornets defeated EDRECO, 18-8, to advance to Thursday's championship game, in which Severna Park outlasted Brooklyn Park, 12-2.

Tysheem Jones was the leading scorer for the Hornets, as he tallied 12 points in the two games. Ben Pellicani scored six points in the two contests and teammates Travis Jones, Todd MacMullan and Jacob Baxter scored four points each.

Kyle Dixon and Jon Taylor added two points apiece for the victors, and Taylor led all rebounders with 19.

* 11-12 boys -- Larry Robey's Pistons remained tied for first place with the Celtics in the Lake Shore Youth Basketball League after defeating the Suns, 59-16, and the Bulls, 36-35.

Joey Anarino led the Pistons (8-2) in their win over the Suns with a game-high 27 points and 14 rebounds while playing just 14 minutes. The Pistons had three players in double figures, including C. J. Robey with 12 points and Robert Jones with 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Matt Friedman added six points, including a tap-in after a missed foul shot, and Brian Shepley scored four points.

Anarino paced the Pistons past the Bulls with a team-high 14 points. Jason Rodgers scored 14 points for the Bulls.

Last Friday night, Anarino got into foul trouble early, and the Pistons dropped a 29-26 decision to the Celtics.

Anarino scored 18 points in the first half. Four fouls, however, kept him on the bench for most of the third and fourth quarters. Anarino added two points in the second half to finish with 20.

Jason Gogolinski and Mike Drain scored 10 points each for the Celtics (8-2).

* Charles Beverly's 13 points led all scorers in Severn's 41-38 triple-overtime triumph over Lake Shore in the Ricky Pierce League finale for both teams.

Tom Kelly and Schirra Gray scored 11 and nine points, respectively, and Darriel Harris (six assists) and Adam Joseph had four points each. Gray forced the first overtime with a basket with three seconds left. Joseph brought the game to its third and final overtime with two free throws. John Knox pulled down three important rebounds in the overtime periods.

Ryan Plews led Lake Shore with 10 points, followed by Craig Zuwalleck (nine), Mark Hutchinson (seven), Jason Gogolinski (six), Tom Lupinek (four) and Clark Adams (two).

In the opening round of Sunday's Arbutus Tournament, the Magic defeated the hosts, 36-19.

Beverly scored 13 points, and Travis Taylor and Steve Spurlin had six. Kirk Barrett had four, Harris totaled had three, and Tito Jackson and Kelly had two. Arbutus was led by Ed Meister's 12-point effort. Brandon Riggs added four, Nick O'Connell had two, and Larry Krug scored on a free throw.

Youth soccer

* 12 and under -- The Arundel Soccer Association Jets won their first game of the season, a 4-0 shutout over Arden in ...J...JTC County Youth Soccer League matchup Sunday.

Erin Hartman had two goals to pace the winners, and Stacey Jackowski and Abria Queen scored a goal each. Kristan Blunt, Lindsey Stapleton, and Adele Sheldon had an assist each.

* 14 and under -- The Severna Park Kickers won three indoor games and tied their first outdoor game of the season this past week.

Tara Theis and Angie Zittle each scored scored in Saturday's 2-2 tie against KVE in a Baltimore Beltway League outdoor game. Chrissy Kohlhepp was outstanding on defense.

Theis (one assist), Kohlhepp and Missy Silver scored two goals each in a 9-1 Baltimore area indoor league game against the Mountain Road Steelers. Catherine Larsen, Laura Basil and Karen Diacont totaled one each. Nicole Lang and Amber Wilkerson each had an assist. Zittle tended goal for the winner.

Earlier, the Kickers beat Rosedale, 9-2, as Jill Jones scored four goals. Basil had two goals, and Theis and Catherine Larsen had a goal and an assist each. Diacont also scored.

In the first indoor game of the week, Theis scored a hat trick in a 7-2 win over the Linthicum Spirit. Larsen had two goals and an assist, and Jessica Baker and Basil had a goal each. Wilkerson, Silver, and Kohlhepp each had an assist.

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Note: You may fax your Anne Arundel recreation sports results to (410) 783-2518. Please include first and last names of all participants.

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