Basketball* 8-10 boys -- Trinity Boys B...

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Basketball

* 8-10 boys -- Trinity Boys B team improved its record to 8-0 in the Catholic Youth Organization League at St. Mark's in Catonsville with an 18-4 win over St. William's A last weekend.

Eddie Yanacek led the way with six points and three rebounds, and Chad Gillenwater added six points, two assists and two steals.

Also for Trinity, Patrick O'Donnell had four points and three rebounds and Andrew Milauskas had two points and two assists.

Defensively, the victors were led by Travis Bannon, Mathew Barrett, Chris Boyd, Aaron Conran, Timmy Hartnett, Kevin Hooper, Andy Oare and Kenny Thier.

* 10-under girls -- The Columbia Terrapins edged Catonsville, 28-26, Sunday in the Arbutus Sunday Travel League.

Tanae Jenifer led the offense with nine points, followed by Sarah Costa and Sarah Hobart with six each, Rashida Walcott with three, and Fana Walcott and Charity Stone with two each.

Ashely Hooper, Lindsay Frank, Missy Moore and Shanee Johnson contributed solid defensive play.

* 8-year-old girls -- Brittany Kompare scored four points to lead Michigan over Villanova, 13-5, last weekend in the Western Howard County Youth Basketball League.

Also scoring for the victors were Clare Herlihy (two), Samantha Fobbs (two), Jennifer Green (two), Catherine McKenzie (two) and Jessica Rafferty (one).

Agatha Morning scored three points and Christina Juras added two to pace Villanova.

* 9-10 girls -- Rashida Walcott scored 10 points to lead a balanced scoring attack, as West Virginia beat Virginia, 20-12, Saturday in the Western Howard County Youth Basketball League.

Also scoring for West Virginia were Jenny Gilbert, Fana Walcott, Stephanie Dawson and Emily Johnson. Amy Larimore contributed with clutch rebounding.

Allisone Tarricone paced Virginia with four points, and Jennifer Emrich, Rosanna Drake, Bridgett Willet and Tara Fadrowski also helped on offense. Erin Reilly played a strong game at point guard.

Villanova outlasted Texas, 18-17, as Michelle Coleman connected on the game-winning basket in the final seconds. Jody Renfro and Meghan Shopley also scored for the victors, and Kristen Goetz played well on defense.

For Texas, Kristi Johnson and Amanda Moreland scored eight each, and Rebekah Hull chipped in with a point from the foul line. Rachel Hoyle and Julie Butler led the way on defense.

Ashley Aronson scored six points in the fourth quarter to lead Tennessee past Michigan, 20-13.

Ashley Hayes, Katie Dugan, Stephanie Simpson and Elizabeth Shields also played well on the offensive end, and Beth Hunt and Susan D'Angelo led the way on defense.

Sandra Glinka led Michigan's effort with eight points in the third quarter. Lori Wasilewski and Suzanne Thrasher also scored, and Alexandra Clark had an outstanding game rebounding.

Indoor soccer

* Under-11 boys -- The Western Howard County Thunder's Kolin Leishman had a game to remember in the Eldersburg Super Sports League on Sunday.

It's also one the opposing Columbia Thunder would rather forget.

Leishman scored seven goals to lead Western Howard County to a 10-4 win over Columbia.

After Columbia took a 1-0 lead on a penalty shot 3:30 into the game, the Thunder answered with seven straight goals to blow the game open by early in the second half.

Also scoring for the victors were Tony Dolgoff, Matt Greene and Eric Wise, with Wise (three), Dolgoff, Greene, Alan Gross and Leishman dishing out assists.

Mark Bassett played strongly in goal for the second straight game, and Eric Kuba led the defense.

Ice hockey * Squirts -- Justin Keller scored five goals and Justin Bridle scored four, as the Howard County Youth Hockey Club Huskies dealt host Hampton Roads (Va.) two defeats last weekend in the Capital Beltway Hockey League.

The Huskies won, 7-5 and 6-2, outshooting the Admirals, 92-33.

They took a 3-0 lead in the first game on first-period goals by Bridle, Nick Graves and Keller. Wayne Lamanna, Daniel Baron, Adam Levine and Keller had assists.

Hampton Roads charged back to take the lead late in the second period, but the Huskies answered the challenge, coming up with four unanswered goals in the next eight minutes to regain control.

Levine, Bridle, Keller and Baron scored for the Huskies, with Kyle Fenton, Derek Williams, Keller and Graves notching assists. Kurt Carter played well in goal.

In the second game, the Huskies grabbed an early 3-0 lead in the first period and extended it to 5-1 after two.

Keller led the way, notching his second hat trick in three games and his third straight multi-goal effort. Bridle contributed with two goals, raising his totals to five goals and five assists in the past three games.

Lamanna also scored, and Matt Collins, Eli Martin, Baron, Williams, Levine, Michael Kelly and Graves tallied assists.

Defensively, the team was led by Danny Fritz, Matt Scott, Adam Arnold, Martin and Williams. Levine and Carter made a number of critical stops -- including several fine glove saves -- in goal.

* Pee-Wees -- The Howard County Huskies A-B team used strong defense to improve its Capital Beltway Hockey League record to 12-3 with 7-3 and 4-2 wins over Hampton Roads.

In the opener, Mike Parisino scored twice, and Keith Milli, Rob Ross, Justin Ewing, Josh Greene and Johnny Warwick scored once each. Jason Milke made 16 saves in goal.

The Huskies outshot the Admirals, 52-19, killing off nine of their opponents' 10 power plays.

The second game was tighter, as the victors held only a 30-29 shot advantage. Miller made 27 saves. Ross, Parisino, Brent Roberts and Ewing provided goals, and Mike Jazwiecki had an assist.

Gymnastics

To say the athletes at Top Flight Gymnastics of Columbia faced big challenge last weekend would be an understatement.

It was the biggest in the world.

Competing in the 11th annual Red Roof Inn Buckeye Classic in Columbus, Ohio, Top Flight was up against more than 2,100 gymnasts from 26 states and Canada in one of the largest meets in existence.

And the Columbia team held its own.

Leading the way was Maura Markowitz. Competing in Level 9, Markowitz won the vault (8.9), took second in the floor exercise (8.75) and took fifth on the uneven bars for a 33.2 all-around.

Her teammate, Lindsey Boyer, also placed in an event, taking fourth, with an 8.55 on the floor en route to a 29.9 all-around.

Among Level 10 gymnasts, Gina Califano, Marcene James and Abbey Jones fared well, each scoring between 32 and 33 in the all-around. Califano also took a second-place finish in the vault with a 9.05.

In a separate competition, other team members took part in a Level 8 meet at Baltimore County Gymnastics in Essex.

Yael Sollins won the floor (8.75) and took third on the beam (7.4), and her sister, Aliza, scored seconds on the floor (8.7) and vault (8.5).

Jennifer Hanna also did well, scoring an 8.3 on the vault for third place.

The team now is preparing for this weekend's Columbia Challenge Women's Invitational at the University of Maryland's North Gym.

The meet, sponsored by Top Flight, will run all day tomorrow (with levels 8, 9 and 10) and Saturday (with levels 5, 6 and 7).

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

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