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14 baseball team defeated On April 21, the Laurel Wildcats defeated Kettering 14 1 in a tournament sponsored by Marlboro's U 14 coach John Thrift. On the mound, Stephen Henry recorded 10 strikeouts. At the plate, Tommy LaMothe pounded their pitchers resulting in three runs batted in. The Wildcats got doubles from Stephen Henry, Matt Morgan, and Kevin Olive. On defense, Laurel catcher Jordan Keyser called all the plays and executed numerous plays resulting in multiple outs. On April 22, the Wildcats defeated Marlboro 7 5. On the mound, Justin Jenkins started the game recording six strikeouts, and Joseph Murray pitched the last three innings and picked up the save. At the plate, Henry and Travis Stewart had key hits. On defense, Ryan Burton made two key catches to shut down a late inning Marlboro threat. at Sasscer Field in Upper Marlboro. This year, the Wildcats are also playing in the Babe Ruth League. Their season will officially start next month. Youth hoops tourney and tryouts The fourth annual Oxon Hill Sixers King of the Hill Youth Basketball Tournament will be held May 23 to 28 at Oxon Hill High. The double elimination tournament is open to boys and girls in the 9 through 17 and under age groups. First and second place team and individual trophies will be awarded. The cost is $275 per team. The registration deadline is May 15 and is on a first come, first served basis. For information or to register, call Lamar Butler Sr. Also, the Oxon Hill Sixers is holding AAU basketball tryouts for boys 13 through 15 and under. The double elimination tournament will be played at the Oxon Hill Staff Development Center at 7711 Livingston Road. The entry fee is $20 per team and due by May 1. Entries will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Individual trophies will be given to the first and second place teams in each age groups. Wildcats U 13 boys soccer wins The Laurel Wildcats boys U 13 soccer team evened its season record at 1 1 with a 4 0 home victory over the Northern St. Mary's Lightning in MPSL action. In wilting heat, the Wildcats wore down the Lightning and put on tremendous pressure throughout the game. Scoring for Laurel were Drew Phillips, who continued his improved play; Daniel Tavares, who was successful in the fight for 50 50 balls; Chris McIntosh, who was relentless in keeping the pressure on; and Tim Breen, one of the additions to the team whose speed and good attitude have been a huge plus for the Wildcats. This week's game featured the outstanding passing and communication of week one, but added some goals to secure the victory. Top Ten Athletics presents basketball and track clinics for boys and girls ages 7 to 15 Sunday, as well as May 6, 13, 20 and 27. at McNamara High in Forestville. The cost is $12 per session. For information, contact Bob Dunmore at 301 735 8401 (day), 301 998 4361 (pager) or at 301 318 3069 (cell) or Diane McDuffie at 202 398 7846 (evenings) or 202 237 3259 (pager). The Camp Springs Track Club is accepting applications for its spring/summer youth track and field program for boys and girls between the ages of 7 to 18. The club is also looking for volunteer coaches who can travel with the team. For information, call 301 423 4615. The Laurel Boys and Girls Club Girl's Lacrosse Team began its inaugural season with a 10 1 rout of Lewisdale University Park on Sunday at Panther Park. Leading the way for LBGC was Chelsea Farley with three goals. Brittany Williams (two), Taylor Wilson (two), Michelle Timchalk, Christie Koons and Anna Allen also scored for the Wildcats. Sarah Schwartz had a great game in goal, allowing just one to get past her. Donaldson Funeral Home, thanks to a good offensive performance from Adriana Rankin, and strong defensive play from Tiffany Brown, defeated Richard Giddings 3 2 in Laurel Boys and Girls Club spring soccer on April 21. Richard Giddings was paced by great play from Deepa Jonnagadlia and Amanda Duffield. On Sunday, Richard Giddings and Truck Trailer Service fought to a 1 1 tie. Giddings was aided by solid play from Kendra Knieriem and Lindsay Meehan, while Truck Tire was paced by great play from Kaylesh Ramu and Emily Harris. European Garage beats Donaldson Funeral Home European Sport Garage defeated Donaldson Funeral Home 3 2 in a Laurel girls' intermediate soccer match on April 20. Teddy Ertter played good defense, and Ciara Dinh played solid midfield for European Sport Garage. Shameka Smith had both goals for Donaldson and Jennifer Summann played well. CYO junior varsity league baseball St. Mary's of The Mills (Laurel) defeated St. Jerome's (Hyattsville) 11 3 on April 7 at Magruder Park in Hyattsville. Michael Murray recorded 10 strikeouts on the mound with Nick Dziegrenuk finishing for the save. At the plate, Patrick Gale had three hits, Greg Schlichter and Michael Murray had two hits each, Matthew Kime, Andrew Gormally, and Bryan Gale all had one apiece. St. Mary's of The Mills (Laurel) defeated Holy Redeemer (College Park) 6 5 in extra innings on April 21. On the mound, Dziegrenuk recorded 11 strikeouts. At the plate, Murray had three hits, Schlichter and Dziegrenuk had two hits each, and Kevin Porter had a hit. St. Mary's of The Mills defeated St. Pius X (Bowie) 8 7 in extra innings on Sunday, April 22. Porter delivered the game winning RBI by scoring Rob Knitowski. Gormally played an excellent game at the plate and in the field. D Contractors wins one, ties two On April 21, the team from D Contractors met the team from The Laurel Consulting Group. The game ended in a 1 1 tie. Great offensive play was turned in by Emily Weldy who scored for D Contractors and by Jovanna Witherspoon who scored for The Laurel Consulting Group. Great defensive play was turned in by Stephanie Kolb of D Contractors and by Bethany Burke of The Laurel Consulting Group. On April 21, the team from D Contractors met the team from Laurel Plumbing. The game ended in a 1 1 tie. Great offensive play was turned in by Weldy who scored for D Contractors and by Rachel Wilkinson who scored for Laurel Plumbing. Great defensive play was turned in by Danielle Roarty of D Contractors and by Jacqueline Sams of Laurel Plumbing.