2 Manchester youths win, four others place at wrestling tourney

Recreation roundup

April 22, 1993|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing writer

Fran Jackson and Tyler Alexander, of Manchester, won championships at this weekend's Middle Atlantic Wrestling Association's Eastern National championships at Bloomsburg, Pa.

Jackson was first in the Midget (ages 8-9) 70 class and Alexander won the Junior (10-11) 58 bracket.

Manchester's Tommy Kiler was second at Advanced (14-15) 130 and Geoff Leeper fourth at Bantam (7-under) 48.

Warrior wrestler Bryan Hamper was fourth at Midget 66 and teammate Andy Seal sixth at Junior 98.


Four members of the Carroll Challengers team compiled all-around scores at last weekend's Level 5 sectional in Baltimore sufficient to qualify them for the upcoming state championships.

Angie Zagani scored 7.65 on vault, 8.95 on uneven bars, 8.05 on balance beam, 7.45 on floor exercises and 32.10 all around.

Jessica Federici had a 7.35 on vault, 6.75 on bars, 8.20 on beam, 8.05 on floor and 30.35 all around.

Jamie Schlipper had a 6.60 on vault, 8.15 on bars, 6.70 on beam, 8.60 on floor and 30.15 all around.

Rachel Raynes scored 6.95 on vault, 7.85 on bars, 7.40 on beam, 7.30 on floor and 29.50 all around.


No local teams remained when the year's first big local softball tournament ended Sunday at the Carroll County Sports Complex.

Out-of-county squads took the first five positions in both the Class C and D brackets at the National Softball Association's men's regional qualifying tourney.

Charter Group, from Towson, was first of 14 teams in the Class C group and Baltimore Galvanizing, from Parkville, was second.

State Farm, of Dundalk, beat out 29 other Class D squads and Preferred Transport, from Glen Burnie, placed second.

Freedom Optimist lacrosse

* Girls: Jenny Scott scored seven goals, and Courtney Walker, four, to lead Dark Blue over Green, 17-9. Dawn Perry added three goals for the winners, Tina Frisner two, and Pritti Bij one.

April Shaw scored four times and Diana Bolard twice for Green. Jill Sachetti, Cynthia Gorman, and Melissa Peddicord each added one.

Four goals from Kate Kramer wasn't enough as Purple edged the Red team, 8-7. Aja Walsh and Krista O'Brien each scored twice for Purple. Courtney McCray, Christine Worozbyt, Christine Harris and Katie Miller each added one for the winners.

* Boys 12-14: Blue edged Black, 9-8, as John Brunson, Tim Grue, Mike Deal and Jason Brucola scored two goals apiece. Grue had two assists, Deal one and Brucola one. Eric Cole also had a goal for the winners.

Mike Pearsall had a game-high three goals for Black, Charlie Gibson had two goals and one assist, Tim Hymiller had two goals and Keith Sullivan had one.

Blue keeper Rob Lee had nine saves and Black's Bruce Saures eight.

White edged Maroon in a 4-3 overtime contest. Zack Dietrich scored three goals for White and Ryan Pagels one.

Maroon's Steve Restivo and Nick Waldner had two and one, respectively.

Gold opened its season with a 13-2 victory over Orange. Gunner Burdt's three goals and three assists paced the balanced Gold attack in which seven players scored.

Lee Windsor, Ryan Blair, Buddy Lilly, and Kacey Norris scored two goals apiece, with Norris adding an assist. Kris Norris and John Bollinger also scored for the winners.

* Boys 9-11: Grey blanked White, 12-0, behind four goals from Tim Kosyjana and three by Danny Standsbury. Each also had an assist. Seth Perrine had two goals for Grey and Adam White, Luke Beam and Steven Robertson each scored once.

Ritchy Franz had a busy game in the nets for White, making eight saves.

Travis Bucold scored four goals for Green but it wasn't enough to save his team from a 7-6 loss to Blue.


Winfield's 12-year-old team gave up four runs in the last inning to lose a 7-6 squeaker to Columbia in Central Maryland Travel Baseball League play.

Mark Steppling homered for Winfield and John Luster and Bill Brooks each scored twice.

Winfield's 11-year-olds were luckier, winning an 8-4 extra-inning game from Finksburg.

Third baseman Wes Sautter made a good play on a grounder to get a forceout and get Winfield out of a jam in the Finksburg sixth.

It then unleashed an extra-base barrage in a five-run seventh as Joey Beall doubled home the tie-breaking runs and Nick Hozik, Ryan Yeardon and Cody Haslup followed with extra-base blows, each driving in a run


The Fillies broke an 18-18 tie and topped the Fawns, 19-18, on Lindsay Pettingill's base hit in the bottom of the seventh inning in Westminster Jaycees girls' softball action.

The Fawns had scored 10 runs in the top of the inning, knotting the score on Kyrica Frisby's RBI single, her fifth hit and fourth RBI of the game.

Muffy Poprycz's three-run triple had spurred a seven-run sixth for the Fawns that wiped out most of an early 12-1 Fillies lead.

To submit Carroll County recreation information, call (410) 795-7216.

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