Supreme Sports Club basketball* 13-15 boys --...

Supreme Sports Club basketball

* 13-15 boys -- The Knicks improved to 5-0 with a 71-44 win over the 76ers. Dan Adler led all scorers with 26 points, Luke Timmins and Joss Bross had 17 each and Elliot Green added 16 for the victors. Simon Bwalya scored 15 and Keilan Mathews 14 to lead the 76ers (2-3).


The Celtics edged the Bulls, 58-54, as Donald Wallace II scored 21 points. Other top scorers for the Celtics (2-3) were Relly Evans (13), Javies Smith and Derwin Simpson (10 each). James Dulaney scored 21 and Nick Green added 15 to pace the Bulls (1-4).

The Hornets improved to 2-3 with a 49-38 win over the Spurs. Greg McKelvin scored 16 and Phillip Mackey added 14 to lead the victors. Mike Brown scored 14 to pace the Spurs (2-3).


* 10-12 boys -- The Blue Devils (5-0) had their hands full with the Hoosiers before coming away with a 33-31 victory. Anthony Breland scored 16 to lead the Devils. Garth DeAngelis scored 11 and teammate Omar Bradford 10 to pace the Hoosiers (3-2).

The Wolverines picked up their second win, defeating the Hoyas, 55-48. McKinsey Moore scored a game-high 19 points and Chris Riley added 18 to lead the Wolverines (2-3). The Hoyas (2-3) were led by Ronald Coursey (14 points) and Trevor Randall (11).

The Hurricanes improved to 3-2 with a 47-42 win over LSU. Eric Jones scored 22 and Dawud Wallace added 17 to pace the victors, while Bryan Warner (17 points) led LSU (0-5).

* 8-9 boys -- The Junior Bulls improved to 5-0 with a 29-13 win over the Junior Lakers.

Philip Boccuzzi led the Bulls with 15 points. Andrew Milauskas scored seven to pace the Lakers (2-3).

The Junior Celtics climbed over the .500 mark with a 20-19 victory over the Junior Spurs. David Freund and Rashida Walcott each scored eight points to lead the Celtics (3-2). Anthony Gaither scored nine to pace the Spurs (0-5).

Youth soccer

Under-11 girls -- The Columbia Condors fell to the division-leading FPYC Falcons, 2-1, over the weekend.


Rachel Clinton scored the Condors' only goal off a pass from Cathy James. Clinton, James and Michelle Sorbo kept offensive pressure on the Falcons through much of the game, forcing the Falcons' goaltender to come up with a number of tough saves, including two on penalty kicks.

The Condors' defense was led by Diane Caporaletti, Thea Williamson, Laura Dean, Vanessa Neuworth, Jessica Pryzmont and Courtney McDonald. Goalie Shannon Glisan had 12 saves for Columbia.

Under-14 girls -- The Soccer Association of Columbia Heracanes remain undefeated in the Washington Area Girls Soccer League's Division III after Sunday's 1-1 tie with the Braddock Road Youth Club Hawks at Wakefield Elementary School in Fairfax, Va.

The draw was the sixth this season for the Heracanes (3-0-6) and put them in a three-way tie for second place in the division.

Courtney Graham scored the lone Heracanes goal at 17:08 of the first half after taking a pass from Natalia Policelli. Kristen Arnold, Jessica Grether, Anna Goldstein and Cynthia Maxfield led the stingy defense, and keeper Siri Worthington saved seven of eight shots on goal.

The Hawks scored their goal on a penalty kick at 19:37 of the second half.


The Columbia team plays its final regular-season game at 3 p.m. Sunday at Worthington Elementary School.

6-7 boys -- Keeper Evan Williams had a shutout and Brendan Fitzpatrick and Charlie Legrave scored in the Kicks' 2-0 win over the Soccers.

Jamie Driskill provided offensive support and George Meecham and Thomas Whelley were solid on defense. Justin Smith led the Soccers.

8-9 girls -- In a tight game, tough defense by Amy Horton and Kacie Novello and two goals by Ellen Regennitter helped the Blast defeat the Sockers, 2-1. Katie Dugan ran the Blast offense. Sarah Russell (one goal), Katie Russell and Kristie Mercer led the Sockers.

Lindsay Lewis scored two goals and Sara Carr added another as the Bays shut out the Wings, 3-0. Brenna Higgins and Jenny Gilbert played well in goal for the victors, and teammates Janice Rollyson, Virginia Partridge and Jenny Grim also played well. The Wings got strong performances from Susan Monheight and Jennifer White up front, and Stephanie Bobcock and Laura Draughon on defense.

Kim Connors and Samantha and Caryn Giltrud led a stingy defense that helped the Sting to a 7-0 victory over the Crunch. Amanda Moreland scored four goals, Rosanna Drake scored two and Karen Hild added one. Fana Walcott, Amy Knell and Jamie Goertler led the Crunch on the front line.


8-9 boys -- In his first game as goalie, Kevin Rodkey went three quarters without allowing a goal as the LeManics beat the Sockers, 5-0.

Nick Baker scored a hat trick and Erik Hill added another goal, with Joshua Miles, Jared Feldman and Jacob Hartman getting assists. Ashwin Mallya and Matthew Sauers led the Sockers' defense.

Steven Humphrey scored his first two goals of the season in a one-minute span and Nick Houston added another as the Stars held on for a 3-3 tie with the Kicks. Michael Coulson and Brian Walsh teamed to lead the Stars' defense. Jon Hartman and Saad Handoo played tough defensively for the Kicks, who got goals from Ricky Brenton, Paul Willis and Jack Bothwell.

Greg Koffel scored and played well in goal, and Jordan Dellastretto, Steven Crixelli and Craig Cubbage scored in a 4-2 Bays win over the Lazers. Zak Porta and Troy Richardson powered the offense, and Peter Ressler was tight on defense. Matt Hunt and Robbie Clark tallied for the Lazers with help from Patrick Williams and Jonathan Tomlinson.

Sam Sawhney and Andrew Appler kept up the offensive pressure and Stephen Britcher scored off a pass from Jeff Klima as the Wings topped the Rowdies, 1-0. Sean Stevens and Eric Hoyle got the shutout in goal. The Rowdies' defensive effort was led by goalies Mick Soule and Joe Brendel with help from Kyle Pavlovsky, Eddie Smith, Dave McMahon and Jim Corrigan.

The Crunch and the Royals fought to a scoreless tie. Doug Rainey led the Crunch offense and Brendon McDermond keyed the defense in support of goalies Bradley Constantino and Joel Leaf. Robby Rynarzewski made a number of clutch saves for the Royals and got plenty of support from defenders Danny Ciborowski and Robby Noyes. For the Crunch, midfielder Ronnie Appler, defender Adam Hazilinsky and goalies John Marcario and Justin Ewing played well.


Justin Orr and Matthew Bounds scored two goals each and Danny Bowring and Justin Wamsley added one apiece to lead the Sting to a 7-0 win over the Blast. Michael Bowerman also played well on offense for the victors. Bradley Klein, Matt Mader and Eric Pecukonis led the Blast's effort.

12-14 girls -- Second-half goals by Kara Norcutt and Sara Marrie and tight defense by Stacey Streiter and Anne Marie Rosenberger led the Blast over the Wings, 2-0.

Kelly Wilson and Julie Wilburn split time in goal for the shutout.

Two second-half goals by Kristi Spicknall helped the Sting erase a halftime deficit as it defeated the Bays, 2-1. Jenny Spicknall and Christi Heldelsky provided clutch defense in front of goalie Kristi Houston.

Heather Berberich scored for the Bays, with assists going to Kelly Folsum and Danielle Howell. Anna Edmondson and Dana Rupprecht also played well on defense.

12-14 boys -- Roy Fox, Derek Dauberman and Paul Baluck scored goals and Justin Barrow played well in goal as the Cosmos beat the Crunch, 3-0.


Ryan Houston and Adam Longnecker played well on defense for the victors.

Scores from Brandon Sines and Bryan Stepp, with offensive help from Brian Kruger and Paul Hughes led the Sting over the Kicks, 2-0. Chris Kenworthy, Chris Nolan and Adam Cascioli led the defense.


The champions have been crowned in the Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks Co-Rec Volleyball leagues.

Happy Jack, the Cricket Passers and Team Z all swept their way to two-game victories on Sunday at Centennial High School.

In the A League, top-seeded Happy Jack (18-3) bested No. 2 seed TTGBITN, 15-1, 15-6.


Another top seed, Team Z (16-8) took the C League, beating the second-seeded Chain Gang, 15-9, 15-0.

The Cricket Passers had a slightly tougher time winning the B League crown. To get to the title game, the Passers (12-9) first had to defeat the fifth-seeded No Neds and top-seeded 30-Plus. In the finals, they defeated The Butler Did It, 15-11, 15-12.


Note: To submit information for the Howard County Recreation Roundup, call (410) 521-0505.