Football* 75-pounders -- Britt Mitchell carried three...


* 75-pounders -- Britt Mitchell carried three times for 50 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Buccaneers to a 26-0 win over Fort Meade.


Mitchell scored early in the first quarter on a 5-yard pitch from quarterback Corey Reina. Mitchell added a 25-yard score later in the period and then kicked the extra point to give the Bucs a 14-0 lead.

Mitchell scored from 20 yards out in the second quarter and Eddie Dolch added a 4-yard touchdown run.


Reina finished the day with two carries for 12 yards and Silas Arce picked up 41 yards on four carries behind the blocking of Norman Henthorn, Steve Hayes, Freddie Sutherland, Ryne Curry, Kevin Crowder, Jason McDonald, Josh Booth and Cori Steward.

The Bucs defense, which recorded its second shutout, was led by Billy Scollian (six tackles), Drew Ward (four tackles), Patrick Rice (four tackles), Nelson (three tackles), Steve Yaruta (three tackles), Mike Mahon (three tackles) and Andrew Sears (three tackles).

Dolch, Jason McDonald and Todd Nelson each forced a fumble for the Bucs and Mitchell picked off a pass and returned it 26 yards. Fort Meade's running attack was led by Elmer Jenkins, who had 10 carries for 31 yards.

* 90-pounders -- The GORC Wildcats rushing attack was too much for the East Glen Burnie Warriors defense, as the Cats downed the visitors, 35-0, Friday.

Floyd Henson scored on his only two carries of the game, from 17 and 4 yards.

He also caught a pass for 36 yards. Keontae Ballard had a the longest scoring run, a 23-yarder in the first quarter. He also had one reception for 16 yards.

Mike Gregory (one reception, eight yards) and Mike Hines had touchdown runs of 4 and 3 yards, respectively for the winners, who are now 3-1 overall, 2-1 in the Chesapeake Division.

Colin Morse completed all seven of his passes for 78 yards and three extra points, two to Billy Keim (three catches, 9 yards), and one to Sean Smith (two receptions, 12 yards).


Morse and Smith also ran for a conversion each.

Dave Bowser led GORC in rushing with 33 yards on three attempts, and Smith totaled 18 yards on two attempts. Gregory and Nathan Cummings had 16 and 9 yards respectively on three and two carries each.

Left tackle Joe Welsh and center Brian Foley were stalwarts on the offensive line, and tackle Bob Linkins and end Brent Siekel helped limit the Warriors to minus-34 yards rushing.

* 105-pounders -- Terrence Dorsey's two touchdowns led the GORC Wildcats, past the East Glen Burnie Warriors, 38-0, on Friday night.

Dorsey finished with 44 yards on five carries, and backfield mate Norris Roy gained 60 yards on two carries, including a 40-yard touchdown. Travis Blake scored a touchdown, catching two passes for 39 yards and rushing for 27.

Andre Penny ran 17 yards for a touchdown, and Kris Lundborg had a 3-yard touchdown run to go with an extra-point run. Justin Golliday also ran in an extra point for the Wildcats (3-0).


Floyd Minor picked off an East Glen Burnie pass. Other defensive standouts were Jason Scott, Danny Somes, Chris Hess, Mark Tribett, and Matt Tribett.

The Severna Park Hornets remained undefeated by downing the Annapolis All-Stars, 20-0, at Kinder Park on Friday.

The Hornets rolled up 170 yards on the ground, led by tailback Pat McNeil's 75 yards and two touchdowns. McNeil's backfield mates Jay Walker, Charlie Winkle, and Mehdi Nematollahi also benefited from the blocking of offensive linemen Jeremy Winkle, Ryan McGarry, and Mark Terry. Quarterback Mike Cosper was 9-for-14 for 120 yards and one touchdown, a 42-yarder to Matt Lehmann.

The Severna Park defense shut down the quick Annapolis backfield with the play of linemen Chris Odom, Dennis Cantwell, and Starke Mueller. The Hornets linebacker and defensive backs, Jeremy Tate, Jerry Cornett, McGarry, McNeil, and Cosper (one interception, three pass deflections), limited the All-Stars to two pass completions, and stuffed the ground game.

The Hornets' special teams were led by Steve Hitchcock, Jimmy Burney, Andrew Porter, Ryan Waugh, and Zach Neiman.

Youth soccer


Under-13 boys -- The Severna Park Sting select soccer team downed the Columbia Select, 4-1, in National Capital Soccer League action Sunday.

Columbia scored first, but the Sting rallied with four straight goals and limited Columbia to five shots on goal for the game.

Billy Mooney opened the Sting scoring with a shot from 20 yards. Tim Smith got the assist by feeding Mooney on a throw-in.

Mooney and Smith also combined for the second goal. Mooney was moving left when Smith fed a perfect lead that Mooney -- in full stride -- blasted into the right corner of the net.

Adam Young scored the third goal on a hard shot off the top bars that went in behind the goalie. An alert Jon Shedlosky got the assist by feeding Young with a leaping header pass.

Shedlosky scored the final Sting goal on a long line drive shot to the left side of the goal. Spanky Moore was credited with the assists after dribbling through four defender before feeding Shedlosky.


Sting coach Mike Mooney also had high praise for the defensive play of Steve Novak, Bernie Edwards, Sean McGarry, Reid Shaklee and keeper Reb Beatty.

Under-10 boys -- Billy Coursey scored an unassisted goal three minutes into the first half to lead the Wolfpack to a 2-0 shutout victory over the Harundale Hustlers in AAYSL Division I action last weekend.

The Wolfpack's second goal came off a center from winger Marques Henderson to Charlie Stup. Don Mackin, Matt Death and Kris Jones solidified the offense with 13 shots on goal.

Wolfpack keeper Ben Buckey was credited with 10 saves.

Under-12 girls -- The Cape St Claire Cougars lost their AAYSL Division III season opener to the Jessup Province Youth Organization Wild Things last week, 2-1, at Cape St. Claire Elementary.

The Cougars took an early first-half lead when Jenn Pariseau drilled a shot into the net on a feed from Niki Westlund. JPYO (2-1) did not get on track offensively until the second half when they scored twice in the opening minutes.


The combination of rain and aggressive defensive play by both teams prevented any further scoring.

The Cougars offense was led by strikers Pariseau, Westlund, Stacey Smith, Sundee Cogar and Minka Early and halfbacks Kristin Marshall, Jessica Pasterak, Stephanie Steimle, Farrah Hall and Valerie Chapman.

The Cougars defensive unit turned away several JPYO scoring attempts. Anchoring the Cape defense were Suzie Shuttleworth and Anna Avitia.

Under-14 boys -- The Harundale Hawks tied GARCI, 1-1, last weekend leaving both teams with identical 1-1-1 records in the AAYSL Division 2B.

Jimmy McKusky tied the score for the Hawks in the first half on an assist from Stuart Schmidt. Andy Messmore had eight saves for the Hawks. Also playing well for Harundale were Brandon White, Jason Blevins and Tim Hecker.

7-and-under boys -- The Nineteenth Nervous Breakdowns ran their win streak to two games with a 3-2 victory Saturday over Team No. 17.


Jonathan Djordevic scored two goals for the Breakdowns and Patrick Dunham tallied the game-winner.

11-and-under boys -- The Arundel Soccer Association Strike Force lost its first game on Saturday, 4-1 against Division II A foe Arden.

Ricky Swain scored the Jets' lone goal. Goalie Patrick Whitmire, fullback Kristos Miliotis, and midfielders Joey Rogers and Brett Bosher all played well in a losing cause.

10-and-under boys -- A balanced scoring attack help push the ASA Rockets over the .500 mark, as they upended the Riva Rangers 4-1 in a county league game Saturday.

Richard Burke, Daniel Hartman, Craig Newcomer, and A.J. Stapleton scored a goal each for the victors. Richard Sisulak also turned in a stellar effort for the 2-1 Rockets.

9-and-under boys -- The ASA Thunderbirds unbeaten streak continued this weekend, as they played to a 0-0 tie against Mountain Road.


Ryan Hoffman, Mick Albright, and David Oaks spearheaded a solid defensive effort for the Thunderbirds.

12-and-under girls -- Six different players scored in the ASA Jets' 6-1 win over Crofton Saturday, as they improved their record to 3-0. Lindsey Turney, Erin Hartman, Lindsay Stapleton, Jessica Agorsor, Stacey Jackowski and Emily Walther scored for the Jets.

Men's softball

Betty and Jakes 50-and-over softball team recently captured the championship of the Senior Softball World Championship conducted in Scottsdale, Ariz.

The champs edged National Trails of Michigan, 9-8, in the final, rallying in the bottom of the seventh inning from an 8-5 deficit.

Outfielder Dickie Lee began the comeback with a single up the middle. Michael Dove followed with a single to center. Fred Rodreguez knocked in Lee with a single. George Hadel singled in Rodreguez for the second run. Winning pitcher Don Buckley hit a sacrifice fly to tie the score.


Third baseman Glenn Bailey was walked intentionally to load the bases. Outfielder Billy Steele drove in the winning run with a single to right field.

Jim Price and John Rodgers collected 61 hits in 84 at bats. Other major contributors included Grayson Ramsberg, Gerald Bailey, Sid Bailey, Paul Horvath, Joe Neukum, Bob Pollero, and player-manager Tony Campagna.

A week before the World Championships, Betty and Jakes won the Amateur Softball Association National Championship with a 7-0 record.


The Severn Valley Racquet Club Clay Court tournament last week featured three county semifinalists, but the champion emerged from Carroll County.

Joe Spurrier of Mount Airy defeated Don Motsinger of Severna Park, 6-2, 2-6, 6-2, in Sunday's final. Spurrier beat Lothian's Chris Chaney, 6-2, 6-2, to advance to the final, and Motsinger downed Dave Servinsky of Severn, 6-7, 6-2, 6-4, in the other semifinal.


In last week's Maryland State Women's Indoor championships at Severn Valley, Baltimore's Charlotte Hartsock turned back Christine Henderson of Frederick, 6-3, 7-5, to win the Open division.

Silver Spring's Ann Geier captured the 35-and-over title over Lutherville's Carol Boykin 6-3, 6-2.

Virginia resident's Margaret Russo and Doris Briggs met in the 45-and-over title match, as Russo took a 6-3, 6-0 decision.


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