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Baseball * 18-and-under boys -- Danny Miller tossed a three-hitter with 12 strikeouts and no walks as the Pasadena Saints defeated the Chesapeake Chiefs, 16-1, in a Connie Mack League game June 23.

Ryan Herzberger's three hits and Jerry Scheff's home run and four RBI led the attack for the Saints. Brent Pollard contributed with three RBI for Pasadena.

After losing to Glen Burnie earlier in the week, the Saints bounced back Sunday with a 12-5 win over Linthicum-Ferndale.

Miller was the winning pitcher and helped his cause with three hits. Chris Lucas, Herzberger and Scheff each had two hits for the Saints, who raised their Connie Mack League record to 11-2.


* 55-and-over men's league -- Danny's (12-0) took two games from Spindler's (10-6) in Pasadena Tuesday Night Division softball action last week.

In the first game, Bill Conover and Hal Greer had three hits each. In the nightcap, Barry Shetrone went 3-for-3 with a triple and a double. Jay Solomon and Frank Wyche each homered.

Betty and Jake's (12-3) won a doubleheader over Arthur's, 23-11 and 17-5.

Fran Pilarski went 3-for-3 with three RBI in the first game and Jim Warren posted the same numbers in the second game. Don Good went a combined 6-for-7, including five straight doubles and seven RBI in two games for the winners.

The Greyhounds (7-8) swept the last-place Last Chance (0-16) by scores of 20-10 and 18-8.

In Thursday Division play, Danny's (12-0) downed Arthur's (4-14), 18-5 and 43-6. Bill Lovelace, Greer and Art Ehlers all went 3-for-3 and Shetrone was 2-for-2.

Spindler's shut down Last Chance, 19-2 and 21-2. Phil Massenburg was 7-for-8 in two games, as was pitchers Bill Sparrow and Bill Prunkl.

Betty and Jake's beat Stewart AGIP, 15-5 and 15-3. In the first game, Joe Anderson and Earle Orme went 3-for-4 with three RBI each. Anderson went 3-for-4 with four RBI in the second game and Bill Hamer was 2-for-2 with three RBI.

Joe Hatch led Stewart AGIP with four hits and three RBI.

Water polo The Annapolis Water Polo Club competed in two divisions this weekend, going undefeated in Division IV and winning one and losing three in the Women's Division.

In Division IV competition, Annapolis opened by defeating Rockville twice, 21-8 and 12-5. Annapolis followed with two victories over the Albert Milkis Kingfish of Westlawn, Pa., 17-11 and 12-10.

Annapolis' final victory was a 17-12 win over the Young Athletes of America from Norristown, Pa.

Bill Bayly led the scoring for Annapolis with 14 goals in five games. Brian Bayse and Chris Sheehan each scored 12 goals and Jason Golaboski chipped in with seven.

L Paul Rave tended the nets for Annapolis and posted 31 saves.

In the Women's Division, Annapolis lost to the Phantoms of Toronto, 7-6, Rockville, 6-3, and Ste Lambert of Montreal, 9-7.

Its lone victory was a 13-0 win over Young Athletes of America. Erin Golaboski posted the shutout in goal for Annapolis, and Melissa White led the way offensively with eight goals, followed by Sercia Mansur with seven and Maggie Phillips with six.

The Annapolis WPC will travel to Rockville for a competition July 16-18.

Youth basketball * 18-and-under boys -- Severna Park opened its Lake Waterford Park Boys Summer Basketball League season with a 53-38 win over the Eagles on June 23.

Jason Briggs led the winners with 19 points, followed by Ron Green and Mike Duarte with 15 and eight points, respectively.

On Thursday, Severna Park lost to North County, 56-50. Ron Lowman Jr. led Severna Park with 18 points. Issac Aaron chipped in 12 points and Green added 10. Ron Nichols score three points.

The Severna Park Stampede opened its season with a 66-39 win over the Little Dawgs. Stampede's Corey Poorman had a team-high 20 points.

Glen Burnie opened its season June 22, by defeating Gunthers, 39-23, in a rain-shortened minute game.

Jeff Dickerson scored 10 points and had three steals for Glen Burnie. Teammate Don Thomas added eight points.

* 12-and-under boys -- The Severna Park Green Hornets recently opened play in both the Annapolis Youth Athletic Association and the Baltimore Neighborhood Basketball League, posting records of 3-0 and 1-1, respectively.

Last Monday, the Hornets defeated the Harbor House Pistons, 38-13, in an Annapolis league game, then defeated John E. Howard, 61-59.

James Bowen-Cross scored a team-high 13 points against the Pistons, followed by Shelton Chase (10 points), Dennis Williams Jr. (nine), David Williams (four) and Dion Gough (two).

Against John E. Howard, Marcus Johnson had 16, Gail Goodrich and Jarrod Ross added nine each and Jermal Watts registered eight.

Last Saturday, the Hornets topped the Annapolis All-Star Lakers, 38-21.

Steve Spurlin notched eight points to lead the winners, and Johnson and Chase scored six each. Thomas Hawkins had two points.

On June 23, Severna Park lost its first game of the summer, 35-34, to Cherry Hill in its BNBL opener.

David Williams and Ross scored eight points each, and Derek Dixon furnished seven points.

Two days earlier, the Green Hornets bested the McKnight Trail Blazers, 34-18, as Bowen-Cross scored 18 points. Kirk Barrett and Timmy Smith scored five points each.

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