* 9-year-old boys -- The Columbia Thunder scored two more victories last week in the Supersports Indoor League.
The Thunder first defeated South Carroll, 7-0. Eddie Yanacek scored two goals, and Tony Gatto, Dave Silver, Matt Hashimoto, Kevin Ray and Robert Tipton added one apiece. Also playing well for the victors were Britton Boras and Derrick Jameson.
The Thunder next blanked Sacred Heart, 18-0.
Silver led the team with five goals, followed by Ray, Chris Glancey, Vincent Chan and Ben Brasso with two each, and Brendan Carlin, Daniel Gemp, Boras, Rustin Brown and Gatto with one each.
Chilton finished with a game-high 14 points, getting offensive help from Paul Merenga and Sid Tarason. Mike Sutter, Josh Plaxen, Jeff Carr, Ryan Woessner and Matt Standeven scored for the Wildcats.
LSU notched its second win of the season with a 17-10 victory over N.C. State. The Tigers' offense was paced by Tim McNulty, Joel Krueger and Garrett Ryan, who combined for 15 points. Chris Riley, Jessie Chinni, Dane Jeeter, Matt Barwick and David Tutko each scored a field goal for N.C. State.
In other games, Maryland downed Georgia Tech, 20-14; Miami edged UCLA, 25-22; Virginia got by Notre Dame, 24-22; and Georgetown ran away from Duke, 28-13.
Minor girls -- Two undefeated teams squared off Saturday afternoon, but it took one girl to make sure her team stayed that way.
Elizabeth Eberhart scored 17 points, leading LSU to a 22-12 win over Boston College.
Defense also played a major role in the win, as the strong play of Caitlin Marshall limited the Eagles (2-1) to their lowest offensive output of the season. The strong rebounding of Jessie Robinson was also a big factor for LSU (2-0).
Boston College was led by Kim Burgess (eight points) and Joanne Papania and Stacey Brown (two each).
Shelley Sinclair, Allison Brodlie, Heather Crouse, Carolyn Schmid and Katie McNulty also chipped in with strong efforts.
Major girls -- Kimberly Paulus scored a game-high 17 points, and Sarah Dence and Natalia Policelli added six each to lead UCLA to a 31-14 win over Virginia.
Katharine Dougherty, Leigh Tillman, Melissa Myers and Becky Nelson also played well for UCLA.
Jenny Tayabji and Jill Seewagon led the Virginia offense, Jessie Burns and Emily Davis led the defense, and Stephanie Parsons contributed with clutch rebounding.
In other games, Notre Dame defeated Boston College, 33-18; UCLA edged N.C. State, 25-24; LSU beat Duke, 31-21, and Georgia Tech, 26-25; N.C. State defeated Duke, 28-22; and Michigan State outlasted Boston College, 32-24.
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