* Juniors -- The Severna Park Green Hornets Junior A team opened the 1994 season last Sunday with an 11-0 victory over Crofton A.
Midfielder Ryan Metzbower got things started for the Hornets when he converted a feed from Josh Cornett. Metzbower finished with three goals and four assists. Ryan Miller and Jon Lehman each had two goals for Severna Park and Ian Dun, Mike
Kubas and Burt Whitelock scored a goal apiece.
Playing well defensively in front and behind of Green Hornets goalie Charles Robinson (five saves) were Robert Hoffman, Jason Mullin, Pat Grizzle, Luke Smith and Ken Howell. Metzbower, Darrin McAllister and Matt Kellough each won numerous faceoffs for the Hornets.
* 11-12 boys -- Joe Bartlinski won all of his faceoffs and tallied three goals and one assist to lead the Andover Apaches to a 9-7 come-from-behind win over Davidsonville.
The Apaches fell behind 4-0 in the first quarter but reeled off five unanswered goals in the second quarter to take a 5-4 halftime lead.
Danny Boyer added two goals for the Apaches and Dan Norfolk, Erik Lorber, Chris Benny and Mike Wilson each had one.
Mike Prodoehl chipped in a game-high five assists for Andover while Mike Wilson and Kenny Drury provided solid defense.
Roller skating How low can you go? That was the battle cry of all the roller skaters who took part in last weekend's Roller Limbo Contest at the Pasadena Skate Center.
Cheryl McCullough did the seemingly impossible when she got under the bar at six inches and Brenda Sharp emerged as a two-time champion while competing among the 10-and-over girls. Finishing behind Sharp were runner-up Lauren Malecki and Nicole Elkins
Jacob Ridgely won the 9-and-under boys title by holding off runner-up Christopher Jordan and third-place finisher Joey Desaulniers. In the 10-and-over boys bracket, Walter Fitzpatrick took first.
Ashley Beker won the 9-and-under girls competition.
Street hockey * 13-14 boys -- Randy Renninger scored three goals to lead the Glen Burnie Rangers to a 5-2 victory over the Vipers in the Maryland Street Hockey Association at the Bowie Arena.
Brian Deen scored once for the Rangers on a feed from Mike Gray and Grant Hess later added an unassisted goal. Monte Cross worked the nets for the Rangers, making 26 saves.
* 13-and-under boys -- The Gambrills Athletic Club A's upped their record to 2-0 with an 11-3 victory last week over the Pasadena Panthers (0-1).
Driving in runs for the A's were Ryan Moorse, Austin Decker, Justin Hackley, Doug Sherry and Matt Shepard. Billy Little and Ryan Frostbutter shared time on the mound for Gambrills and gave up only three hits between them. Frostbutter went four innings, striking out four and yielding two hits. Little pitched the final two innings, struck out six and gave up one hit.
Recording RBIs for the Panthers were Jason Jarvis and Andy
The A's raised their record to 3-0 with a 7-1 victory over Hampden of Baltimore County.
Decker and Morse provided the only hits for Gambrills while Decker and Tim Hecker combined for a two-hitter. Decker didn't give up a hit, struck out 10 and walked one in four innings and Hecker gave up two hits and struck out two in relief.
After the first round in the Gambrills 13-and-under Tournament, Gambrills Green and the Maryland Orioles are the only unbeaten teams.
The Pasadena Panthers, Crofton Cardinals, Severna Park and Hampden all split their two games and the Bowie Bandits and Gambrills White were eliminated at 0-2.
* 55-60 men's league -- Betty and Jakes downed Spindlers in two league games last week, 10-4 and 13-1.
In game 1, Dave McElroy and Don Good each went 2-for-3 with three RBIs for Betty and Jakes and Spindler's George Kelch and Eddie Desmore both went 2-for-3. Herb Saffiedl picked up the win on the mound for Betty and Jakes.
the second game, Jim Bean hit a grand slam for Betty and Jakes and Good and Fran Pilarski each homered. Earle Orme picked up the win as he allowed only one run.
Corrigan Insurance won two games over Arthur's, 19-2 and 15-2, and Top of the Hill won both games over Thompson Legends,
9-0 and 8-5.
Joe Taylor hit a home run for Corrigan's and Bob Kelly and Jim Atkinson each went 4-for-6.
Bob Polling went 3-for-3 for Top of the Hill and Spot Wilkenson went 2-for-3 with two triples.
The Chesapeake Classics won both their games over Last Chance, 16-8 and 29-2. Chuck Bennett got the win on the mound for the Classics in the second game.
* Over-50 men's league -- The team that calls itself "911" picked up two wins last week
over Bowie, winning by scores of 24-23 and 17-9.
Pete Peterson went 8-for-9 in the two games for 911 and Pete Bielski went 4-for-4 for Bowie. John Curtin was the winning pitcher in both games.
Montgomery Auto and Arthur's split their games. Arthur's won the first game, 14-11, before losing, 19-8.
Bubba Mills went 6-for-8 and was the winning pitcher for Montgomery Auto.
PBC and Classics split a double-header. PBC won the first game, 20-8, behind a home run by Cronin Byrd and a 5-for-6 performance from Joe Mohyer.
In the second game, which the Classics won 9-3, Charlie Hensey was the winning pitcher and J.R. McLeod went 3-for-3 with three RBIs.
* Under-12 boys -- The Arundel Soccer Association Strike Force upped its record to 3-0 by defeating Cape St. Claire, 5-2, last Sunday.
Chris Osborn and Ricky Swain scored two goals each for the Strike Force and Kevin Funk added one. Playing well defensively for the victors were Franklin MacDonald, Jason Scott and Joey Rogers.
The ASA Lightning improved its record to 2-1 with a 7-0 win over Cape St. Claire.
Nick Christian led the way for the Lightning with three goals, followed by David Bowser with two and one each from Randy Deluva and Kurtis Grove.
* Under-10 boys -- The ASA Thunderbirds played the St. Jane Lazers to a 1-1 tie last Sunday.
Ricky Posinsky scored the lone goal for the Thunderbirds (1-0-2). Anchoring the defense for ASA were Sean Danahy and Kevin Hoffman.
Joe Griffin scored a game-high four goals to lead the ASA
Rockets to a 7-2 win over St. Jane.
Richard Burke kicked in two goals for the Rockets (3-0) and Craig Newcomer added one.
Sixty-seven swimmers from the defending champion Severna Park YMCA will compete in the four-day YMCA Masters National Championships that begins today in Indianapolis. The swimmers range in age from 20 to 81.
Severna Park won the championship the past two years, both in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The team's chief challenger this year is host Jordan YMCA, which has 90 swimmers.
Note: You can fax us your Anne Arundel recreation results to 783-2518. Please include first and last names of all participants.