Recreation Roundup

July 11, 1993|By Mike Jefferson


* The Emmorton Barracudas stayed undefeated in the Harford Swim League with a 384-78 win over Gunpowder.

Jeff Warwick, swimming for the Barracudas in the boys 15-18 division, won the 50-meter freestyle in 26.66 seconds, an Emmorton team record.

Warwick (34.03) also teamed with Kathy Rising (37.71) to sweep the 15-18 boys and girls 50 back events.

In 13-14 competition, Kate Eyler won the 50 back (36.71) and 50 free (32.53), Danica Zavodny won the 50 breast in 45.87, while Meredith Garback won the 50 fly in 37 seconds flat.

Jason Langenfelder won three events in the boys 13-14 competition. He won the 50 free (35.54), 50 breast (48.19) and 50 fly (43.50). Adam Daniels won the 50 back in 44.53.

In girls 11-12 swimming action, Meredith Eyler won both the 50 fly (39.75) and 50 free (34.00), while teammates Jessica Conant (50 breast, 50.72) and Bridgette Landis (50 back, 46.08) finished tops in their events.

The Barracudas finished strong with a sweep of the relay events, including a 1:31.72 9-10 100 mixed relay win by Matt Harrigan, Jonathan Castillo, Ashley Lorenz and Tiffany Markel, just two seconds better than their Gunpowder competitors.

Youth baseball

The 11-12 Harford Sox defeated Lansdowne, 7-3, last week in Baltimore Metro League action behind a strong pitching effort from Derrick Kochis.

Brad Glascock was 2-for-3 with a two-run triple, and Ricky Black and Adam Rafalski were each 3-for-4 to lead the hitting attack.

The 11-12 Sox finished the Metro season 14-14. The team is scheduled to compete in the Aberdeen Tournament on July 26.

Boys soccer

The Greater Harford Express returned Monday from Canada and the Oakville Soccer Club 1993 Boys International Friendship Tournament played in Oakville, Ontario, last weekend.

The Express opened its play against host Oakville, a 10-2 loss, but then defeated St. Bernard's, 1-0.

The team then scored a 7-4 win over Dragons BeLanaudiere before losing to the Toronto league champs Vaughan SC.

Express coach Jeff Hess said the team competed on irrigated fields that were like carpet. He also said the games were fast-paced and offense-oriented.

Jamie List was in goal for the Express. Goals were scored by Jerod Gurrera, Steven Nearhood, Scott Plattenberg and Tim Shifflett.

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