Basketball* Women's League -- Bob's Variety (3-0)...

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* Women's League -- Bob's Variety (3-0) downed Nick's Pizzaria, 37-22. Melanie Mills and Lynn Frost each scored eight points for first-place Bob's and Teri Leatherwood added seven.

Wendy Brown had six points for Nick's and Shari Winfrey added five.

Spangler Construction topped Lehigh, 44-32. Pam Lindquist scored 14 points for the winners.

Lydia Costas and Lisa Zuretti paced Lehigh with 12 and 10 points, respectively.

Lynn Frost scored 20 points to pace Bob's Variety's 67-23 victory over Jack's Mower. Beth Brown and Denean Powelson added 13 and 10 points, respectively.

Darlene Cass scored seven points for Jack's.

Colleen Gohegan paced all scorers with 18 points, to lead Spangler Construction's 52-38 win over Nick's Pizzaria. Lindquist added 13 for the winners. Winfrey led Nick's with 11 points and Staci Dinsmore had nine.

* High schoolers -- The Lakers topped the Sonics, 54-43, behind 23 points from Jason Dean. Jimmy Stull scored 17 for the Sonics.

Eric Minor and Zach Graen each scored 14 points to lead the Spurs to a 58-46 victory over the Bullets. The Bullets' Jed Harris lead all scorers with 23.

The Suns beat the Bulls, 90-55. Rob Krebs paced the winners with 26 points. Sean Colleran had 14 for the Bulls.

* Grades 6-8 -- Brian Levin scored 20 points to lead his Red squad to a 53-48 decision over Black. Mike Wissinger's 16 points paced Black.

Gold beat Maroon, 39-33, despite 19 points from Beau Ridgway. Joe Horner had 10 for Gold.

Nick Jenkins scored 24 points to lead Green to a 60-37 win over Navy. Adam Reese's 21 points paced Navy.

* Grades 3-5 -- Matt Thompson scored 15 points, as Maroon got by Gold, 26-24. Eric Dunn, Kyle Zentz and Jason Gerrard each scored eight for Gold.

Black beat Red, 22-8. Jason Stevens scored eight points for the Black; Scott Erpelding had four for Red.

Brandon Woods' 10 points led all scorers, but his Green squad fell to Orange, 23-18. Adam Ridgway scored eight points for Orange.

* K-2 -- Matt Laumann and Bryan Erbe each scored six points, as the Eagles beat the Spurs, 16-4.

The Panthers beat the Hornets, 10-6. The Hornets' Brett Bonneville scored his team's six points, and Adam VanLeuvan had four for the Panthers.

The Magic (6-0) beat the Heat, 13-8. Peter Wolfinger and Craig Taylor each scored four points for the Magic, which stayed tied for first place. Craig Mills had five for the Heat.

The Lions kept pace with the Magic by beating the Owls, 14-11. John Clayton paced the Lions with eight points. The Owls' Kevin Teal also had eight.

* Grades 7-9 -- The Hawks beat St. John's Green, 38-27. Mike Taylor paced the winners with 16 points; Matt Cassell and Erik Anderson each added six.

Curtin Peeling and Chris Sarangoulis each had seven points for Green and Billy Arnold had five.

* Prep Division -- White improved to 7-0 in the St. Joseph's League with a 51-37 win over Green. Bill Wilson paced the first-place White squad with 19 points, and Alex Hofer added 12.

Matt Wilder scored 11 points for Green; Dave Holloway and Chad Blitz each added 10.

Ken Clark scored 19 points and Mike Pearsall added 18 to pace Red's 51-29 win over Gold. Will Frankton scored 11 points for Gold and Keith Sullivan had eight.

Black dropped Blue, 34-19. Jeremy Shurak scored 10 points for the winners and Frank Lane added six. Blue's Jared Hudson and Ryan Swinton scored eight and seven, respectively.

* Senior Division -- Jason Dunbar scored 15 points to lead Gray to a 51-50 win over Black in St. Joseph's League action. Brad Manone added 10 points for the winners, and Darnell Brockington had 15 for Black.

Gray leads the division with a 4-1 record.

* Grades 6-8 girls -- Natalie Allewalt scored eight points to lead the Blazers to a 17-9 win over the Magic in Taneytown League action. Stephanie Lawrence's six points paced the Magic.

Jessica Matos scored 15 points, as her Hornets topped the Bulls, 31-21. The Bulls' Stephanie Robertson also had 15.

The Heat edged the Lakers, 8-7. Marie Legg scored five points for the Lakers, and Diane Bowers four for the Heat.

* Grades 3-5 boys -- Kody Jenkins scored 28 points to lead USA to a 31-17 Taneytown League victory over the Bulls. Chad Schildt led the Bulls with six and Brady Martinson added five.

The Celtics got past the Magic, 14-12, behind Jason Strine's 10 points. John Packer paced the Magic with six.

* Grades 6-8 boys -- Kenny Bowen scored 12 points to lead the Hornets to a 26-19 victory over the Sonics. Jason Little led the Sonics with eight.

Kevin DeCarlo and Vince Stonesifer staged a scoring duel with each scoring 35 points. Stonesifer's Magic, however, took a 53-51 verdict from the Knicks.

* Grades 5-6 -- Green beat Gold, 18-10, behind Sam Gayhart's six pointsand his brother Zach's four. Matt Farver scored six points for Green and Adam Gilbert had four.

Justin Whitson scored five points, as Grey topped Red, 21-9. Danny Pulkett scored four for Red.

Bobby Sheehy scored eight points to lead Blue to a 20-8 victory over Teal. Daniel Homiak scored four points for Teal.

Tan edged Maroon, 11-10. Tan's Jordan Blevins and Maroon's Danny Langford each scored four points.

Grey improved its first-place record to 7-0 with a 21-20 win over Tan. Brett Whitson and Scott Smith scored six and five points, respectively, for the winners. Richie Walkling had six points for Tan, and Blevins added five.

Canaan Marsh and Bobby Sheehy each scored five points to lead Blue to a 19-16 win over Green. Matt Farver had six for Green; Ryan Swartz and Tony Jacobson each added four.

Red beat Maroon, 8-6. Clipper Lennon had four points for Maroon.

Teal beat Orange, 26-10. Daniel Homiak and Daniel Smyth each scored six points for the winners. Justin Fairley and Brandon Stetzer had four points apiece for Orange.

* Grades 3-4 -- The Rockets edged the Jazz, 9-8. The Rockets' Timmy Johnson and the Jazz's Scott Duckett each had six points.

R. C. Carnegie scored six points to lead the Suns' 13-4 win over the Pistons.

The Terps downed the Knicks, 17-11. Andy Eckenrode scored four points for the Terps and Ryan Chaney four for the Knicks.

The Celtics edged the Sonics, 13-12, to stay on the heels of the first-place Spurs. Shawn Wynne's eight points paced the 5-1 Celtics. Marcus Frisby had nine for the Sonics.

Antoin Magruder's free throw with two seconds remaining in the game gave his Nets a 13-13 tie with the Spurs (5-0-1). Bryant Graham added four points for the Nets. The Spurs' Todd Edmondson's seven points paced all scorers.

* Grades 4-6 girls -- In North Carroll League action, Yellow nipped Blue, 17-16, despite 10 points from Bethany Rieb. Nicole Holland scored six for Yellow.

Green edged White, 21-20. Heather Easter paced Green with 13 points. Candice Jeffrey had 11 for White.

Indoor soccer In a Carroll Indoor Sports Center under-14 boys game, first-place Westminster Optimist improved to 5-0 with a 7-2 victory over Sacred Heart.

Jeff Lippy and Zach Taylor keyed the winners' attack with two goals apiece. Kevin Owens, Matthew Aversa and Mike Taylor also scored for Westminster.

The Freedom Dynamo downed the Columbia Courage, 8-2, in Supersports Indoor Arena Club Division action.

Shanna Ziegenfuss and Haley DeLaurence each scored three goals for the winners, who upped their first-place record to 5-0. Allison Rabinovitz and Sandy Lagana each scored a goal for Freedom. Freedom's Christy Lagana played an outstanding defensive game.

Tennis

The Love Machine won the first three events in their Saturday Carroll County Cup Indoor Tennis League match and then held on for a 33-29 win over the Poachers.

Jim Tolentino and Cliff Losee got the Machine off to a fast start with an 8-1 win in men's doubles. Millie Schaefer and Linda Harbaugh narrowed the gap to six points with an 8-3 women's doubles victory.

The Poachers' Don Fortney won the final event, 8-6, but his No. 1 men's singles conquest wasn't enough to overcome the margin.

The 10s-2nite squad kept pace with a 33-20 win over the Smashers.

The 5-0 10s-2nite team won the first three events, with Roger Coffey's 8-1 victory in No. 2 men's singles giving it a 24-11 lead.

Suzie Lyons and Beth Yingling then got the Smashers' only win, 8-1 in women's doubles. The winners' Mike Rowe closed out the match with an 8-1 decision in No. 1 men's singles.

The Lynesmen swept the first four events and cruised to a 32-22 win over the Aces. Lynesman Allen Wroe took the No. 2 men's singles, 8-3, and paired with Mike Zimmer to win the men's doubles, 8-6.

Anne Muhvich and Don Betz won the mixed doubles, 8-1, for the Lynesmen and Muhvich paired with Carole Fortney for an 8-4 women's doubles win. Ron Chang accounted for the Aces' only victory with an 8-0 win in No. 1 men's singles.

The Topspinners won the first three events to take a 36-20 match over the Crushers.

Betty Anthony and Jim Eanes won the mixed doubles, 8-0, to give the Topspinners a 24-13 lead and they never were threatened. Eanes also won, 8-2, in No. 1 men's singles.

The Crushers' Thelma Lockard and Sandy Jankevicius won the women's doubles, 8-4.

In a see-saw affair, the Coyotes beat the Death Squad, 31-25.

David Johns' 8-2 verdict in No. 2 men's singles put the Coyotes up, 15-10. Death Squad captain Bernie Polischuk, who had teamed with Bill Horner for an 8-7 men's doubles win, took the No. 1 singles, 8-0, giving the Death Squad a 18-15 lead.

Dottie Clayton and Pat Whip put the Coyotes on top to stay, 23-21, with an 8-3 women's doubles victory.

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