Football* 105-pounders -- The Severna Park Green...



* 105-pounders -- The Severna Park Green Hornets clinched the Magothy River Conference championship with their sixth shutout, 38-0, over Edgewater Saturday night at Kinder Park.

The Severna Park offense put together a well-balanced attack as six different players scored. Quarterback Mike Cosper led the Hornets with two touchdown passes -- one to Dennis Cantwell for 25 yards and another to tight end Chris Odom for 15.

Pat McNeill, Jay Walker and Charlie Winkle scored on runs of 10, 35 and 50 yards, respectively.

Jeremy Winkle added the Hornets' final touchdown on a 3-yard run and Jerry Cornett kicked the extra point.

Leading the way defensively for Severna Park were Grayson Chalmers, Ryan Wall, Mehdi Nematollahi, Joe Weidman, Andrew Porter, Ryan Cunningham, Dan Furbish, Jimmy Burney, Brett Steele, Dan Kapler, Jeremy Tate, Sean Martin and Mike Blanchard.

The Maryland City Mustangs defeated Cape St. Claire, 18-6, last weekend.

The Maryland City touchdowns were scored by DeAnte Saab, Dennis Gore and Kenny Rhames on runs of 25, 38 and 37 yards, respectively. Gore was the leading rusher for the Mustangs with 70 yards, followed by Saab with 61 and Rhames with 53.

Wes Campbell anchored the Mustangs' defense and finished with a team-high seven tackles. Rhames, Josh Cash, Jacob Robinson and Keith Cromer had six tackles apiece.

* 90-pounders -- The Andover Apaches upped their record to 9-0 with a 20-13 win last Saturday over the previously unbeaten Severn Savages (8-1).

Eric Pinckney scored first for the Apaches when he returned a kickoff 70 yards. Cedric Murphy scored twice for Andover on runs of 45 and 53 yards.

Matt Norwood contributed with a fumble recovery, an extra point and an interception in the end zone. Brian Hall also intercepted a pass for the victors.

The Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council Wildcats defeated the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels, 41-0, in a game that was stopped after three quarters.

Keontae Ballard scored on runs of 62 and 22 yards. Floyd Henson scored on a 49-yard run and Jerome Coates added another touchdown from 36 yards out.

Dave Bowser and Mike Gregory rounded out the scoring for the Wildcats on touchdown runs of 4 and 2 yards, respectively.

It took the Buccaneers two overtime periods but they finally got it done, handing the East Glen Burnie Warriors a 6-0 defeat.

Quarterback Mike Dunn scored the winning touchdown from 1 yard out, after running backs Chris Hudson, Danny McDonald, Billy Sansing, Mike Guinoo, Arthur Peterson and Joe Brockmeyer set up the score.

The Bucs' defense was led by Gary Alvey, Brooks Holman and Chase Hoffman, who combined for 21 tackles and three sacks.

* 120-pounders -- The Buccaneers picked up their first win, but it wasn't easy as they downed the East Glen Burnie Warriors, 6-0, in overtime.

Omar Johnson provided the winning score on an 11-yard run. Johnson ran for 55 yards and Eric Hartlove picked up 67 for the Bucs.

Providing running room for the Buccaneers' backs were Nick Holman, Tim Guinoo, Sam Bunn, Steve Morris, Logan Talley and Gus Velenovsky.

The Buccaneers' defense was led by Jeremy Robinson, Matt Faulkner, Ryan Parker, Nick Hess, Josh Ryan, Travis Haas, Tim Florentino, Nick Serio and Eric Schmidt.

Youth soccer

Under-12 girls -- After being shut out the previous week, the Cape St. Claire Cougars scored a season-high eight goals in defeating the Arden Soccer Club, 8-0.

Minka Early started the scoring frenzy for the Cougars in the first half when she followed her own shot as it momentarily got away from the Arden goalkeeper. Niki Westlund added a goal and an assist to Jenn Parisea as the Cougars took a 3-0 lead at the half.

In the second half, Shelly Peavy had a team-high three goals and one assist. Early scored on Peavy's assist for her second goal. Suzie Shuttleworth contributed a goal and an assist and Kristen Brouseau and Nianque Early each added an assist to complete the scoring.

Defensive standouts for the Cougars included Maggie Allen, Sundee Cogar, Valerie Chapman and Jessica Pasterak.

Under-13 boys -- The Severna Park Sting, the Green Hornets' select travel team, opened Maryland Cup play with two victories on Saturday and followed up with a big National Capital Soccer League Division I win on Sunday.

In their first Cup game, the Sting downed the Pasadena Soccer Club Booters, 5-0. Adam Young scored first with an assist from Jon Shedlosky off a corner kick from Billy Mooney. Young also scored the second goal, this time unassisted.

On the third goal, Tim Smith dribbled up the left side and fed a pass to Mooney who nailed a long shot from 18 yards out. Jon Parisi scored next by drilling a long line drive to the right corner of the net.

Mooney closed out the scoring on a feed from Reb Beatty.

In their second Cup game, the Sting beat Baltimore YMCA Excel Club, 3-1. Mooney scored first on a feed from Young and Parisi added an unassisted goal. Mooney closed out the scoring on an assist from Smith.

The two Maryland Cup victories assure the Sting of a berth in the eight-team Cup finals, which will be played in the spring.

On Sunday, the Sting traveled to Virginia where it downed Prince William Stars, 2-0. After a scoreless first half, Greg Wojtech scored by heading in a rebound of a Steve Novak shot. Mooney scored the second goal on a direct kick from 25 yards out.

Severna Park coach Mike Mooney cited the play of defenders Beatty, Bernie Edwards, Spanky Moore, Reid Shaklee and Sean McGarry and the midfield play of Travis Wells and Brandon Korink.

Under-10 boys -- The St. Jane Wolfpack clinched the Anne Arundel Youth Soccer League Division I title by defeating Mountain Road, 5-2.

Billy Coursey had a hat trick and and Marques Henderson scored two goals for the Wolfpack. Henderson, Zach Mundy, Richard Anuszewski and Nick Hurd were credited with assists.

The Wolfpack advanced to the second round of the Arundel Cup by defeating Mountain Road, 3-2, in overtime. Henderson tied the score at 1 with three minutes left in the first half on an assist from Hurd. Don Mackin gave St. Jane a 2-1 halftime lead with a goal in the 17th minute.

Henderson scored the winning goal on an unassisted shot two minutes into overtime. Doug Johnson, C. J. Leo, Ian McCorkmack and Ben Buckey anchored the Wolfpack defense.

In North County Fall Tournament action, St. Jane edged the Severn Athletic Club, 1-0. Coursey scored the game's only goal midway through the first half on a feed from Henderson.

Buckey preserved the shutout with nine saves.

Water polo

The Annapolis Water Polo Club's girls team defeated hometown-favorite Choate to clinch first place at the 1993 Girls Eastern High School Water Polo Championships last weekend at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn.

Leading Annapolis in its 10-3 championship victory was Maggie Phillips of Millersville with five goals and nine steals. Phillips finished the tournament with 14 goals, two assists and 20 steals.

Also scoring were Serela Mansur with three goals and Catharine Von Schwarz and Shelley Martino with one goal each.

Despite an early foot injury, Erin Golaboski of Severna Park was excellent in goal, making 10 saves against Choate and 19 for the tournament. She also netted two goals in field play in a 20-6 win over Andover.

Annapolis won all three of its games in the tournament, recording earlier wins against Loomis Chaffee, 16-1, and Andover. Annapolis players selected to the All-Eastern first team were Phillips, Von Schwarz, Mansur, Golaboski and Mandy McAloon.


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