* 8-9 boys -- The Junior Heat defeated the Junior Bulls, 26-8, this past weekend in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League.
Ryan Eby scored 10 points to lead the Heat (4-0), while Lemuel Taylor scored four to pace the Bulls (1-3).
The Junior Magic improved to 3-1 with a 32-6 win over the Junior Supersonics. Anthony Gaither scored 11 points for the victors and Kyle Robison scored four for the Sonics (0-4).
The Junior Lakers also improved to 3-1 with a 23-8 win over the Junior Knicks. Steve Bacon scored a game-high 10 points to pace the Lakers. Jon Ober and Imran Shaukat led the Knicks (1-3).
* 10-12 boys -- The Irish stayed perfect in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League with a 30-16 win over the Hoosiers.
Chris Wirth scored 11 points and Chad Gibson added 10 for the Irish (4-0). Bobby Radcliff had eight points to lead the Hoosiers (0-4).
The Wolverines (3-1) got 12 points from Wintley Phipps II and 10 from Matt Ellis en route to a 34-33 win over the Tar Heels. Don Ewan (13 points) paced the Tar Heels (2-2).
The Spartans evened their record at 2-2 with a 22-19 win over the Huskies. Jason Galumbeck and Mike Berman each scored " eight to lead the victors, and Kevin Chrapaty also had eight to pace the Huskies (1-3).
* 13-15 boys -- David Murrell scored a game-high 24 points and Forrest Sauers and Damon Cole each added 19 to lead the Heat (4-0) to a 76-49 win over the Warriors in The Supreme Sports Club Basketball League.
For the Warriors (2-2), Ellwood Greene led the way with 19 points and Danny Vick added 13.
The Sonics evened their mark at 2-2 with a 58-56 win over the Suns. Tari Mitchell scored a game-high 25 points to lead the victors, while Flemming Scott and Sergio Fuentes added 15 and 11, respectively.
Chris Ralph scored 20 and Donald Wallace II added 16 for the Suns (2-2).
The Blazers captured their first victory of the season with a 52-46 win over the Knicks. Troy Hines paced the Blazers (1-3) with 24 points and Keilan Mathews added 20. For the Knicks (1-3), Eric Oetting scored 13, Matt Bishop had 11 and Marc Alston added 10.
* Adults -- Five teams remain unbeaten after last week's action in the Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks 1994 Winter Basketball League.
The P.T.P.'ers, MD's Country Pub, the Pill Handlers, Three Peat Can't Choke and the No Names all remain perfect in their divisions after a month of play.
The P.T.P.'ers stand atop the Sunday B Northern Division at 5-0, followed by K.A.O.S., Fred Frank Bailbonds and the Runnin' Rebs, all 3-2.
Mutha's and Columbia Mortgage share the lead in the Southern Division at 4-1.
The only breakaway leader thus far is Wine, which stands 5-1 in the Sunday C Division and leads the closest competition -- the Lakers and OHMEDA -- by two games.
In the Tuesday C league, MD's County Pub leads Division A at 4-0, followed by Bippy's Pub (3-1) and the Rainmen (2-1).
The Pill Handlers lead Division B at 4-0, with the No Names and Comcast Ballers (both 3-1) trailing by a game.
In the Wednesday C Division, Three Peat Can't Choke and the No Names are both 4-0 and hold a slim lead over IMS (3-1), Fenga Homes and Enterprise Electric (both 2-2).
Indoor soccer * Under-10 boys -- Matt Boras and Kristian Kompare each scored hat tricks to lead the Western Howard County Thunder to a 13-3 win over the Columbia Cosmos on Saturday in the Eldersburg Super Sports League.
The Thunder controlled play from the outset as Boras and Matt Tedrow (two goals) scored back-to-back goals in the opening minutes.
Leading 6-1 at the break, the Thunder put the game out of reach in the second half as Kompare and Brian Hollrah combined for five goals.
Other Thunder goal scorers were Joey Meyer (two) and Erik Hill.
Defensively, Matt Degner, Jason Bostron, Peter Bythrow and first-time goalie Shane Baxter played well, rarely allowing the Cosmos to cross midfield.
Jessie Charles led the way for Columbia, scoring two goals. Justin Hughes also scored for the Cosmos on a loose ball in front of the net.
The Columbia Thunder scored a 6-2 victory over the Catonsville Cannons last week to stay undefeated after five games in the Eldersburg Super Sports League.
Eddie Yanacek had two goals and an assist. Ben Brasso, Danny Gemp, Dave Silver and Chris Glancey also scored for the victors, while Glancey, Ryan Worsham and Vincent Chan provided assists.
Other standout performances for the Thunder were turned in by Matt Hashimoto, Noah Berk, Mark Johnson, Robert Tipton and )) Kevin Ray.
* Under-11 boys -- The Western Howard County Thunder scored five unanswered goals in the second half to defeat the Freedom Heat, 8-3, Sunday in the Eldersburg Super Sports League.
Tied at three at halftime, the Thunder pulled ahead in the second half on breakaway goal by Kolin Leishman -- his first of four.
Other Thunder scorers were Alan Gross (two), Jimmy Garratt and Eric Wise, with assists going to Wise (two), Davy Sutherland and Leishman.
On defense, Wise and Tony Dolgoff led the way with aggressive play, andgoalie Marc Bassett saved over 20 shots.
Ice hockey * Pee Wee -- The Howard County Pee Wee A team won three games this past weekend, outscoring opponents, 11-3.
Led by goalie Lenny Barnard and defensemen Cedric Cato, T. J. Clay, Mike Millios and Brian Moscoe, the Huskies defeated teams from Pennsylvania, Virginia and Maryland.
Scoring for the victors were Brooks Brumsted, Adam Clark, Adam Levinson, Chris Kobus, T. J. Mathieson, Jack Martinez and Bobby Steen.
Mike Wilson also chipped in with a clutch assist and Greg Hendrix contributed with sharp play making.
The Pee Wee A's continue their local schedule through the end of February before taking to the road in March for extended tournament travel.
* Squirt -- The Howard County Squirt A Huskies combined a potent offense with stingy defense over the weekend to score an victory over the Bowie Bruins in a Capital Beltway League game.
Justin Keller led the offense with three goals and an assist and Justin Bridle chipped in with a goal and four assists.
Other Howard point scorers were Adam Levine, Ryan Fenton and Mike Kelly (one goal and two assists each), Adam Arnold (one goal) and Derek Williams (two assists).
Defensemen Eli Martin, Danny Fritz and Matt Scott helped hold the Bruins to 14 shots on goal, and Kurt Carter's strong play in goal thwarted the few scoring opportunities that Bowie had.
Jennifer Chairs of the Top Flight Gymnastics Club of Columbia took first place in three events en route to the all-around championship at Sunday's Rebounders Gymnastics Evergreen Meet in Timonium.
Chairs, competing in the Level 7, 12-14 division, won the vault (9.50), uneven bars (8.25) and floor exercise (8.6) on her way to capturing the all-around with 33.75.
Other club gymnasts fared well, including Level 7, 8-11 competitors Kim Jewell -- who won the beam (9.05) and floor (9.25) and finished second overall (33.75) -- and Elizabeth Kosmides -- who took second in the floor (9.05 ) and fourth overall (34.35).
Two other gymnasts, Daria Hay and Megan Miller, finished tied for fifth with 34.05.
All of their performances helped Top Flight to a first-place finish in the Level 7 team standings with 139.35.
Note: To submit information for the Howard County Recreation Roundup, call (410) 521-0505.