SwimmingFourteen-year-old Anita Nall of Towson established...

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December 03, 1990


Fourteen-year-old Anita Nall of Towson established herself as a rising star by winning the 200 breaststroke at the U.S. Open Swimming meet at the Indiana University Natatorium yesterday. The middle school student took the early lead with 34.54 seconds for her first 50 meters, led by nearly two seconds at the midway point and finished in 2 minutes, 38.53 seconds, more than three seconds ahead of runner-up Susanne Boernike of Germany. World record-holder Mike Barrowman of Potomac won the men's 200 breaststroke in 2:17.13.


The Navy wrestling team won two of three matches at the Cornell Duals, defeating Brown, 21-11, and Lock Haven, 25-8, and losing to host Cornell, 17-15. Senior Steve Cantrell and junior Mark Smith won all three of their bouts for Navy. Cantrell is 4-0 in duals at 177 and Smith is 4-0 at 126. Senior All-America Brett Bourne improved to 3-0 at heavyweight with two wins.


Monyalo Webster, a 17-year-old senior from Aberdeen High, won first place in the boys' scratch division of the 10th annual Maryland Tenpin Bowling Council tournament at Turner's Dual Lanes in Hagerstown. Webster won a $1,000 scholarship. Kenny Konopacki of Calvert Hall was second in the boys scratch division, and won a $750 scholarship. Stephanie Lazor from Northeast High won the girls scratch division and a $1,000 scholarship. Harry Crossland of Valley High in Frostburg and Dawn Burgess of Frederick High won the boys and girls handicap division. Each won a $1,000 scholarship. Eric Johns of Poly took second in the boys handicap division and won a $750


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