Freedom Optimist Soccer
* Grades 4 & 5 -- Haight Funeral Home defeated Hutchinson's Flowers, 4-0.
Kristen Langford, Courtney Katterman, Becky Trumbo and Katie Paul scored goals. Paul and Lauren Kiessling had assists.
Royal Oak Federal and George's IGA tied, 2-2.
Aubrey Alla and Caroline Shellenberger scored Royal Oak's goals, and Shellenberger added an assist. Royal Oak's Heather Kness did an excellent defensive job as sweeper, and keeper Joann Brophy had 10 saves.
Crystal Rivas and Jennifer Fowble tallied for George's, and Lisa Hanley contributed an assist. Melissa Nagle had nine saves in goal for George's.
Jessica Planty had the only goal, as Fiorani Home Improvements edged Bartolini and Seaman Attn., 1-0.
* Grades 5 & 6 -- Dr. Passarello's Drillers, with goals by Jeremy Grayson, Danny Neubauer and Sean Hollars, stopped Pizza Hut, 3-1.
Paul Hallameyer, Zack Egolf and Hollars added assists. Passarello's goalkeeper Danny Abbott had eight saves.
Jason Howard scored Pizza Hut's goal and Ray Hogg had an assist. Pizza Hut's Andrew Prescott and James Benn played outstanding games.
Carroll County Sports Medicine shut out P.A.T. M.D., 6-0.
Matt Elban scored twice for Sports Medicine. Shawn Cascio, Jeff Friedland, Josh Pescetto and Jeremy Stritzinger each added a goal. Luke Goolsby had three assists, and Randy Kinner one.
Hubbard Mobile Power Wash edged Marty's Oriole Mart, 2-1. Chris Pickett scored for Marty's, which took 15 shots on goal in a losing cause.
* Grades 6 & 7 -- Vince's Video beat Platte Insurance, 5-1, as Katie Gardner paced the attack with three goals.
Amy Williams and Kim Campbell also scored for the winners, and Campbell added an assist.
Vince's goalkeeper Leigh Symmonds had seven saves.
Kurt Linkoff blanked Eldersburg Inn, 9-0.
Lindsay Mercier had three goals, and Patty Stromberg and Teresa Sleeper each had two. Cheryl McGee and Greta Roy added goals. Chrissi Hill, Rachel Showman, Stromberg and Sleeper each had two assists. McGee had 11 saves for Linkoff.
Pat's Framing edged Eldersburg Pool, 3-2, behind goals by Jenny Pohl, Shannon Knight and Tracey Keidel. Ashley Hall added an assist.
Vince's Amy Boding and Jaime Brown were outstanding defensive performers.
Grades 7 through 10 -- C-A Automotive beat Eldersburg Inn, 3-0.
Joshua Elder scored twice, and Jon Sachetti added the other score, along with an assist.
Brian Burnett scored twice as E. W. Beck topped Team No. 1, 2-0.
Carroll County League -- The Westminster 9-and-under team defeated Winfield, 32-0.
Clipper Lennon led the Wildcats' offense with three touchdowns. He had touchdown runs of 25 and 32 yards, and added another score on a 35-yard interception return.
Josh Kehoe scored on a 15-yard pass play, and Antoine Magruder on a 25-yard scoring run. Quarterbacks Ben Yingling and Ryan Bordner accounted for the other two points with conversion runs.
The offensive line, consisting of tackles Drew Walters and Richard Carnegie, guards Sean Christenson and Steven Stultz, and center Zach Adams, did an outstanding job blocking.
The Westminster 11-and-under squad topped Winfield, 20-12.
Josh Rodriquez had both Winfield touchdowns. He took a pitchout 50 yards for one score and ran 9 yards for another. His second tally narrowed a Westminster lead to 14-12 in the fourth ** quarter.
Winfield then drove to the Westminster 1-yard line before being stopped on a fourth-and-goal play.
Winfield linebacker Nick Hozik also played well. He blocked two extra-point kicks, recovered two fumbles and had three quarterback sacks.
Westminster edged Winfield, 20-19, in their age 13-14 contest.
Westminster scores came on a 25-yard pass from Mike Buzzeo to Norvell Washington, a 55-yarder to Washington from Chad Hayes and a 40-yard run by Taiwan Veney. Mike McDaniel booted a two-point conversion for Westminster.
Tim Mulieri scored on a 13-yard run for Winfield, Scott Armstrong on a 21-yard pass from Ryan Taylor, and Steve Heinrich on a 90-yard run with a recovered fumble. Chris Richmond ran in the point-after on Heinrich's touchdown.
Danny Sorrells' 5-yard run accounted for the North Carroll 11-and-under team's only touchdown in an 18-7 loss to Arbutus. Brian Lenz ran in the point-after.
Cornerback Steve Suter helped keep his team in the game by making several key tackles that prevented long-gainers for Arbutus.
Mountain Valley League -- Damascus topped the Francis Scott Key junior varsity, 20-6.
Chris Lagunas scored Key's touchdown on a 13-yard pass from Kory Jenkins. Tackles Shawn Smith and Clint Parrish turned in excellent defensive games for Key.
The Mount Airy varsity team clinched a spot in the playoffs with a 26-16 win over Poolesville.
Mike Cleveland and Mike Borkovitch each scored two touchdowns for the Bulldogs (6-1). Bulldogs tackles Tom Crown and Matt McKenzie did an excellent job blocking.
The Mount Airy Pony squad prevailed over Poolesville, 24-13. Brad Porter, Bill Dove, Josh Loar and Alex Herbert had Mount Airy's touchdowns.