Basketball* 10-and-under girls -- The GARCI Bullets...



* 10-and-under girls -- The GARCI Bullets remained undefeated in the Broadneck Peninsula League after last weekend's 16-16 tie with the GARCI Ones.

Katie Anne Dolan, Amy Strikus and Ashley Zaleski each scored four points for the Bullets and Joann Southard and Linsay Wright added two points each.

The Bullets (1-0-1) picked up their first victory of the season by downing the Mago Vista Stingers, 6-2.

Zaleski led the Bullets in that one with four points, two rebounds, three steals and two blocks and Wright chipped in with two points, four rebounds and four steals.

Dolan didn't score in the Bullets' victory over the Stingers (1-1) and neither did teammate Kelly Moorhead but the two contributed with six and four steals, respectively.

*Boys -- The Severna Park Tar Heels sit alone atop the 8-10 Mark Price League Red Division with a 5-0 record, followed by the Severna Park Terps in second at 4-1. The Rebels lead the Blue Division at 5-0 and undefeated GORC is first in the Green Division.

The Shady Side Tigers are 5-0 and in control of the Mitch Richmond League Red Division and the UYC Bulldogs (4-1) are in first place in the Blue Division.

Edgewater leads the Brian Shaw League at 5-0 and Davidsonville and Riva share the lead for first in the Nick Anderson League. Lake Shore has sole possession of first in the Tim Hardaway League and the Bucs and Meade Village sit atop their divisions in the Kenny Anderson League, both at 4-1.

In the 12-and-under league standings, the Annapolis All Stars (5-0) are in first in the Red Division of the Stacey Augmon League and the Anne Arundel Optimists (5-0) are in first in the Blue Division.

The Trailblazers, GARCI and the All Stars-Bullets are all in first in their divisions in the Larry Johnson League while the Galeville Bruins and Lothian are in first the Latrell Sprewell League.

St. Andrew's and Rolling Knolls are tied for first in the Dominique Wilkens League and the Jessup Province Youth Organization sits atop the Juwan Howard League Red Division with a 5-0 record.

GORC and GARCI are tied for first at 4-1 in the 14-and-under David Robinson League' Red Division and Shady Side and Pioneer City are tied for first in the Blue Division.

PAL leads the Patrick Ewing League and Riva is in first in the Eric Montross League. The Davidsonville Bulls are sporting a 6-0 record atop the Toni Kukoc League while the Anne Arundel Optimists and Greater Glen Burnie are in first place at 4-1 in the Shaquille O'Neal League.

The Fort Meade Spurs are 5-0 and in first place in the Jim Jackson League Blue Division and Youth Activities is in first in the Orange Division at 5-0. The Fort Meade Bulls round out the 14-and-under league leaders as they sit atop the Jamal Mashburn League.

Ice hockey

* The Chesapeake Bay Chiefs Bantam A team (9-1-1) had to settle for a 2-2 tie in last Sunday's matchup with the Tri City Eagles Hockey Club.

The Chiefs peppered Eagles goalie Greg Mason with 42 shots, but only Rob Ross and Brian Rice were able to get the puck past him.

Dom DeSantis and Ross Conn assisted on Ross' goal while Derek Wade and Colin Day helped out on Rice's goal.

In their only other action last weekend, the Chiefs blistered the Howard County Huskies, 10-1. Diron Insley and Wade led the scoring with three goals each.

Dan Green, Gene Battista, Rice and DeSantis scored the other Chiefs' goals. Goalie Adam Kerner stopped 14 of 15 shots and was credited with an assist on Insley's third goal.


* The Pasadena-based Team Maryland Speed Skating Club recently brought home 74 ribbons after participating in a competition in Dover, Del.

The 27-member team won 34 first-place ribbons, 22 second-place ribbons, nine for third place, six for fourth and three for fifth.

Derek Northrup and John Woo were the most decorated skaters for Team Maryland, each emerging with four first-place ribbons.

Northrup, competing in the Freshman and J.O. E classifications, showed his speed and endurance in winning the 300-, 500-, 700- and 1,000-meter events. Woo, competing in the Junior and J.O. G divisions, won two 500-meter races and two 1,000-meter events.

Monique Phillips was a triple-winner for Team Maryland. Jennings won the Senior 1,000 and 2,000 and was first in the J.O. H 1,000.

Wayne Kopacki and Mike Cruppenick were double-winners and teammate Tiffany Fowler brought home first-, second-, third- and fourth-place ribbons.

Karen Petkovsek won two Junior Division events and was second in the J.O. G 1,000.

Brandon Serfass, competing in the Juvenile and J.O. C divisions, brought home three first-place ribbons and one for second.

Monica Phillips brought home three first-place ribbons after winning the 300, 500 and 700. Ryan Ritter won the Juvenile 200 and was runner-up in the Juvenile and J.O. C 300 events.

John Kiser took second in three events and fifth in another while Lara Toregas was runner-up in three races and third in another. Rich Ritter won four ribbons, including one first place, two seconds and a fifth.

Brandy Baker finished first, fourth and fifth for Team Maryland and T.J. Bathras took first in one event and fourth in two Master division races, the 700 and 1,000.

Tiffany Palmer placed first in the Juvenile 200 and 300 and Julie Henley was second in both the Primary 300 and 400. Stacey Shelton won ribbons for first and third and Amanda Bathra brought home ribbons for second and third.

Jim Helsel finished first in the Elementary 300 and the J.O. D 300 and was runner-up in the Elementary 700. Katie Magill was first in the Elementary 300 and fourth in the Elementary 700.

Melissa Beverly took second in the 1,000, third in the 700 and fourth in the 500.

Rounding out the second-place winners were Stacy Taylor (Junior 500 and 1,000), Jenny Palmer (Sophomore 500) and Ruth Fisher (Sophomore 1,000). Mark Benson (Sophomore 500 and 1,000) and Clayton Cruppenick (Freshman 500 and 1,000) each brought home two ribbons for third.

Et cetera

The Maryland Continental Amateur Baseball Association is having an organizational meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15 at the Baybrook Recreation Center, adjacent to Sixth Street Field in Brooklyn. The CABA leagues will be formed for ages 9-16. Call (410) 850-5714 or (410) 647-2499.


Note: You can fax your Anne Arundel recreation results to (410) 783-2518. Please include first and last names of all participants.


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