7 Aquanauts swim in finals

Recreation roundup

December 27, 1992|By Mike Jefferson | Mike Jefferson,Contributing Writer

Seven members of the Edgewood Aquanauts swim club traveled to the Oak Marr Recreation Complex in Virginia last weekend to compete in the Potomac Valley Junior Olympics.

Each Aquanaut swimmer advanced to the finals and improved on his or her individual events throughout the weekend.

In 13-14 girls competition, Jodi Encapera swam the 200-yard breaststroke in 2 minutes, 29 seconds, 4 seconds faster than her preliminary time and 11 seconds quicker than her time two weeks ago. She also placed second in the 500-freestyle in 5:11.33 seconds.

Katy Novotny took third place in the 50 freestyle in 24.92 and fifth in the 100 freestyle (53.88) and the 500 freestyle (5.19.39).

In the boys competition, Jeff Warwick won the 500 freestyle in 4:54. He finished second in the 200 freestyle (1:59).

In 11-12 boys competition, Omar Frazier finished no lower than sixth place in all of his events. He was second in the 100 butterfly (1:06.27) and third in the 50 freestyle (25.73).

In 9-10 girls competition, Jinji Frazier placed third in the 200-yard Individual Medley in 2:43.83. She also swam the 50 breaststroke (39.22) and the 50 freestyle (30.70).

In boys competition, Donald Baker competed in the 100 freestyle (1:12.87), 50 breaststroke (42.46) and 50 freestyle (32.80).

John Mundth competed in the 200 IM (2:40.58), 50 breaststroke (41.37), 100 breaststroke (1:28.13), 50 freestyle (30.77), 50 backstroke (35.35) and 100 butterfly (1:22.17).


The Aberdeen recreation wrestling 'A' team recently placed fourth in the Millersville Wrestling Tournament in Pennsylvania.

The Aberdeen squad, consisting of 18 wrestlers, lost to eventual champions Bowie by one match.

Boys soccer

Matt Delaney and Aaron Szager of the Soccer Club of Baltimore Post 38 each scored a goal in a under-14 semifinal against the host Raleigh Caps, 3-2, to help the team advance to the finals of the Raleigh Shootout Tournament.

In the final, Post 38 rallied from a 3-2 deficit to defeat North Carolina's state champions, the Winston-Salem Twins, in overtime, 4-3.

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