Recreation Roundup

June 11, 1993|By John Harris and Steven Kivinski


* 10-12 girls -- The Cape St. Claire Cruizers fell to 3-4 in a county Central/South Division B/C contest as host Crofton Red rallied to win, 15-14.

Lisa McElwain's third of three singles in the top of the fifth started a late Cruizers rally. Stacey Smith walked and stole second and Sundee Cogar walked to load the bases. Nianique Early was credited with an RBI when she drew a walk, scoring McElwain.


Sixty-nine members of the Naval Academy Junior Swim Club traveled to Norfolk, Va., to compete in the Old Dominion Aquatic Club Military Long Course Invitational Swim Meet.

Natalie Phillips of Millersville won the 13-14 girls 200-meter back (2 minutes, 32.79 seconds), 100 backstroke (1:13.06), 400 freestyle (4:43.34), 200 individual medley (2:33.20) and 400 IM (5.25.78).

Dual wins were by Danielle Devito (girls 13-14, 100 and 200 fly), Joan Chidester (girls 15-18, 100 free and 100 fly) and Chelsea Hastings, who also set team records in the girls 9-10 50 and 100 back (38.18 and 1:23.21, respectively).

Single wins went to Danny Pfarr (boys 13-14, 200 breast, 3:01.09), Maggie Phillips (girls 15-18, 200 IM, 2:34.26), Billy Schultz (boys 15-18, 400 IM, 5:04.32), Amy Betz (girls 15-18, 50 free, (29.06) and Michael Suriano (boys 9-10 100 back 1:32.14).

Team-record wins were set by David Kroliczek (boys 11-12, 50 breast, 41.84), Heather Young (50 breast, 44.39), Suzanne Gallagher (100 breast, 1:32.96), and Elizabeth Fowler (100 fly, 1:22.95).

Second- and third-place finishers included Coty Hastings, Chelsea Hastings, Fowler, Rich Slinghuff, Betz, Phillips, Chidester, Travis Brandon, Megan Melgaard, Kirra Brandon, Devito, Kristine Kroliczek, Whitney Raven, Erin Montgomery, Erin Hall, Pfarr, Paul Rave, Eric James, Robert Fowler, Olivia Stewart and Lisa Dillinger.


* 18-and-under girls -- South I, made up of several Anne Arundel County high school lacrosse players, lost to Philadelphia, 8-7, in the championship game of the Schoolgirls National Lacrosse tournament at Ohio Wesleyan University during Memorial Day weekend.

Cristi Samaras (Annapolis) led South I with three goals, and Lindsay Davidson had two. Erin Wylde (Severna Park) and Michelle DeJuliis had one each.

DeJuliis led South I to a 9-7 win over New England in the semifinals with three goals and an assist. Wylde had two goals, and Davidson, Kerri Johnson (three assists), Cristi Samaras (three assists) and Jody Cowan had a goal each.

In preliminary action, South II defeated Colorado and New Jersey, 17-2 and 17-1, respectively. Against Colorado, DeJuliis scored a game-high five goals, and Cristi Samaras netted four to go with three assists. Wyle registered three goals and an assist.

In the New Jersey game, DeJuliis posted four goals, and Davidson and Johanna Khouri had three each. Wylde fired in two, and Julie Jakum, Trish Cummings, Johnson, Cowan, and Cristi Samaras (three assists) had one each.

South II, another squad composed of several countians, went 3-0-1, qualifying it to play in the top bracket of next year's tournament.

In its first game, South II tied Philadelphia, 7-7. Casey Coleman had three goals and Julia Morrill added two. Emily Franey (Severn), and Dara Brunelli scored one each for South II. Amy Brew (Annapolis) contributed an assist.

Balanced scoring prevailed in South II's 11-5 victory over New England. Chris Primavera, Tice Burke and Kathy McCafferty (Severna Park) scored two goals each for the winners. Dara Brunelli, Melissa Cully, and Cory Samaras (Annapolis) all had single goals.

Casey Coleman's hat trick paced South II's 11-3 conquest of Midwest in the third game, as Morrill and Brunelli added two each. Burke, Cully, Kristen Buehl and Amy Brew netted a goal each. Kate Brew stopped four shots.

In the grand finale, South II overwhelmed California, 19-1, as Primavera totaled five goals. Coleman had three and South River's Megan Riley, Broadneck's Susannah Johnson and Burke had two goals each. Johnson also dished off three assists. Cory and Stephy Samaras also scored a goal each, and Kate Brew had four saves.

Joanne Brew of Annapolis served as coach for South II.

Water polo

The host Annapolis A men's team successfully defended its U.S. Junior National water polo title with a 15-2 victory last week over Cooper City, Fla.

Tournament Most Valuable Player Doug Munz tallied eight goals. Jon Sanchez, Brian Basye and Patrick Donlin scored two goals each and Rich Slinghuff added one. All-tournament goalkeeper Chris Samber made numerous saves throughout the contest.

Annapolis B finished the tournament in fifth, Annapolis D placed sixth, Annapolis C ninth and Annapolis E 16th.

The Annapolis women's team dethroned six-time defending champion Commerce California, 13-12, as Catherine Von Schwarz scored off of a feed from Serela Mansur with 15 seconds remaining in regulation.

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