Football * 105-pounders -- The Severna Park Green Hornets recorded their fourth straight shutout of the season last Saturday as they ,, defeated the UYC Wildcats, 34-0. Severna Park quarterback Mike Cosper scored three $ 1/8 touchdowns on runs of 1, 5 and 45 yards and threw a 55-yard touchdown pass to tailback Pat McNeill. The Hornets' offensive line, led by center Davin Rausch, Ryan McGarry, Scott MacMullen, Jeremy Winkle, Starke Mueller and Mark Terry, overpowered the Wildcats' defense, enabling running backs Cosper, McNeill, Mehdi Nematollahi, Jay Walker, Charles Winkle and Dennis Cantwell to combine for 180 yards rushing. Severna Park's defense, which was on the field most of the third quarter, was anchored by Jeremy Tate, Grayson Chalmers, Dan Furbish, Steve Hitchcock and Sean Martin. Wingback Dennis Cantwell scored at the start of the fourth quarter with a 45-yard scamper that put Severna Park ahead, 28-0. On the Wildcats' next possession, Cosper picked off a UYC pass and returned it 45 yards for his third touchdown and the game's final score. Chris Odom, Charles Winkle, Matt Lehmann and McNeill caught six Cosper passes for 120 yards to balance the Hornet attack. A steady running game coupled with a stingy defensive unit equaled a Maryland City victory on Saturday, as it downed East Glen Burnie, 24-0. Kenny Rhames (50 yards rushing), Malik Newman (35), John Goverman (33) and DeAnte Saab each scored a touchdown. Dennis Gore was the second leading rusher for the winners with 40 yards. The Mustangs recorded four sacks with Vince Upshaw leading the way with two. Keith Cromer and Ivory Hawkins had a sack each, and Goverman and Gore each had five tackles. Josh Cash and Saab each had an interception. C. J. Johnson and Kenny Rhames each had a fumble recovery. * 90-pounders -- Maryland City defeated the host East Glen Burnie, 31-0, in Saturday's county league contest. Ricky Rau, Robert Rexrode, Justin Diviaio, Kyle Jenson and Kamal Winfield scored a touchdown in the win. Jenson scored the team's lone extra point. Bruce Jefferson ran back an East Glen Burnie kickoff 60 yards, while Diviaio rushed for 43 yards and passed for another 17. Both Rau and Jenson each rushed for over 50 yards. The offense was powered by the offensive line of Rodney Atwell, William McDevitt, Chris Orr, Tommy Roberts, Tommy Krueter and Thomas Oliver. Daniel Abernathy and Rexrode led the way defensively with four tackles each. Jamal Upshaw and Rau each recovered a fumble, while Diviaio (( collected a quarterback sack. Krueter also contributed defensively with a blocked punt. * 120-pounders -- Maryland City's Anthony White proved to be a one-man wrecking crew against East Glen Burnie, running for 128 yards and two touchdowns while kicking a two-point conversion in a 20-0 win. Kelly Sweigart ran for 50 yards and a touchdown and made nine solo tackles on defense. The offensive line was paced by Michael Young, Michael Parrot, Brian Rexrode, Billy Harrison and Chris Glump. Jason Scites and Miguel Reuda each had five tackles, while Stephen Goforth intercepted two passes. Goforth's brother, Kevin, had one interception. Youth soccer * Under-17 girls -- The Severna Park Power defeated SWYA, 3-0, Monday at Lawrence Park in Centreville, Va. The win improved Severna Park's record to 4-0, which makes the Power the only undefeated team in Division II of the Washington Area Girls Soccer League. Severna Park coach Harold Stanton praised the aggressive front-line pressure of Meg Good, Christina Schulstad and Alicia Nagowski as well as the midfield play of Emily Lowe, Amy Horner, Sabita Krishnan, Jill Harris and Stacy Cronin. Schulstad scored unassisted on a corner kick; Good scored on a corner kick from Jensen, and Young scored on an assist from Megan Santacrocce. The Power will play at home in two weeks against rival Severna Park Soccer Association (3-1). * Under-10 boys -- The Severna Park Raiders moved above .500 in National Capital Soccer League play last weekend following a 2-0 win over the Annandale (Va.) Boys Club. Hunter Barkes ended a scoreless tie with an unassisted goal from the top of the penalty box. The Raiders solidified their lead with a second goal by Chad Holmes on a cross from the right side by Brian Borden. The Arthur Slade Roadrunners kept their unbeaten streak alive by tying the Riva Rangers, 1-1, last week. Adam Sheppard scored the lone goal for the Roadrunners on a feed from James Temple III. * 12-and-under girls -- The Arundel Soccer Association Jets ran their record to 4-0 last Saturday with a 2-0 win over Severn. Lindsey Turney and Whitney Gotay each scored a goal. Other outstanding players included Kristan Blunt, Lydia Briers and Melissa Walkner. * 11-and-under girls -- The Davidsonville Athletic Association Gators upped their record to 2-0-1 as they upended the St. Jane Lightning, 2-0, in a Division I contest. Lauren McKeever scored on a penalty kick, and assisted teammate Raina Edelstein in the first half. The Davidsonville defense anchored by Jessica Mikula, Dana Rudderow and Allison McCutchen preserved their team's third straight shutout. * 11-and-under boys -- The ASA Strike Force saw its record fall to 2-2 on Saturday, as it fell to Cape St. Claire, 7-1. Ricky Swain scored the Strike Force's lone goal on an assist from Chris Osborn. Midfielders Nick Haramis, Franklin MacDonald and defenseman David Brice stood out in a losing effort. * 10-and-under boys -- Matthew Bury, Daniel Hartman, and Chris Sisulak each tallied a goal to help the ASA Rockets trim UYC, 3-0. A. J. Stapleton and Kenny Roberts each had an assist for the Rockets (3-1). * 9-and-under boys -- The ASA Thunderbirds lost its first game of the season to the Arthur Slade Roadrunners, 1-0, in a county-league game Saturday. David Drummond and Kevin Hoffman led the defense for the Thunderbirds, while Jared Howard stood out on offense. * 7-and-under co-eds -- The 19th Nervous Breakdowns dropped a 2-1 decision on Saturday to Puff's Magic Dragons. Megan Gardiner and Megan Henry, co-captains of the Nervous Breakdowns, led the attack but it was Jonathan Djordevic's goal that kept the team in the game. Running John Heslin of Crofton finished first in the Crofton Runners September Open 5-Miler. In the 29-and-under age group, Tom Clowes of Crofton finished first, Roger Hardy of Annapolis was second, Sean Lynam of Crofton was third, and David Bonney of Crownsville was fourth. In the 30-39 men's race, Upper Marlboro's Simon Stephenson crossed the tape first, followed by Eric D'Antonio of Bowie, Danny Nucci of Crofton and Russell Garrett of Burtonsville. The 40-49 men's winner was Gene Adcock of Crofton. Paul Garner of Millersville was second, followed by Bowie residents FTC Robert Bailey and John DiGiovanni. Dick Miller of Bowie placed first in the 50-59 race, followed by Don Singer (Wheaton), Tom Sitze (Lanham) and Andy Collins (Oxon Hill). Bowie residents Tom Jones and John Mulqueen finished one-two in the 60-and-over bracket. Sid Conger of College Park placed third and Bill Burlison of Odenton was fourth. Regina Powell of Bowie won the women's 5-Miler, while Shelby Miller of Crofton came in second. Other top finishers were Ann Adelson (College Park), Julie Bailey (Bowie), Cathy Hibberd (Odenton) and Melissa Jacob (Bowie). Webster Powell of Bowie won the men's 2-Miler, as J. J. Wetzel (Crofton) and Tom Jacob (Bowie) were second and third, respectively. The winner of the women's 2-Miler was Kathleen Weber of Washington. Water polo Teams from the Annapolis Water Polo Club competed last weekend in Baltimore, Greenwich, Conn., and Charlotte, N.C. In Greenwich, the Annapolis A team led by Brian Basye, Pat Donlin, Rich Slingluff and Jason Golaboski defeated Choate, 7-3, and Hill, 15-7, but lost to Greenwich, 11-7. Goalie Paul Rave played well for Annapolis throughout the tournament, as did Brian Baker, Dave Brizzie, Karl Smith and Scott Stevens. Annapolis B opened with losses to the University of Tennessee, the University of North Carolina and Charlotte, in the Charlotte Invitational, but rebounded against Duke to record an 18-10 victory over the more experienced college team. Leading the Annapolis offense were Craig Torr, Kyle Montgomery and Brook O'Neill. Fine performances were turned in by Dan Madison, James Miante, Dave Kroliczek and Adam Vorhauer. The Annapolis girls team competed at the Greyhound Water Polo Tournament at Gilman School. Annapolis defeated McDonogh, 17-10, and Gilman, 23-9, but fell to Rockville, 5-4. Strong play was turned in by goalie Erin Golaboski, Shelly Martino, Catharine Von Schwarz and Maggie Phillips. The Annapolis Water Polo Club found the going rough in its own tournament last weekend at the Naval Academy. Annapolis lost to New York Athletic's B team, 12-11, and to the Kingfish Club of Pennsylvania, 14-11. NYA's A team defeated Annapolis, 21-8. Karl Salyer led Annapolis in scoring against Kingfish, while Reb Cobb, Brian Basye, Patrick Donlin, Rich Slinghuff and Scott Stevens all turned in strong performances. The Annapolis A team will compete this weekend at the YAA High School Invitational at Villanova University. Note: You can fax us your Anne Arundel recreation results to (410) 783-2518.Please include first and last names of all participants.