Adult softball* 55-and-over men -- In Tuesday League play...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

July 15, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski

Adult softball

* 55-and-over men -- In Tuesday League play, Danny's and Betty & Jakes split a doubleheader.

Betty and Jakes won the first game, 7-4, as Jay Solomon went 3-for-3 and Hal Greer drove in three runs on a 2-for-3 outing.

Danny's took the nightcap, 6-2. Don Hood drove in three runs with a two-run homer and a sacrifice and pitcher Earle Orme retired the last 11 batters. Betty & Jakes' Bucky Herwig made nine putouts from left-center.

Ken Michaels overwhelmed the Greyhounds, 21-2 and 43-5. Tim Nugley and Theror Carry each had eight RBI.

Arthurs took two over Last Chance, 23-18 and 27-26.

In the second game, Tony Phillips led off the bottom of the seventh with a triple. Ed McNally drove in Phillips with a single. Phillips got the win on the mound, as he took over the pitching chores on the short end of a 16-1 score.

Danny's swept Last Chance in a Thursday night league doubleheader, 19-1 and 36-1.

Betty & Jakes split a doubleheader with Spindlers winning, 8-5, and losing, 3-6.

Herwig belted two hits in three at-bats with two RBI, and Spindlers Billy Starrows (2-for-3, two RBI) cracked two-run homer.

Bobby Lucas led Spindlers in the second game with 3-for-3, two-RBI. Shortstop Charlie Warwick made nine putouts.

Stewart AGIP swept Arthurs, 9-7, 23-0, as John Joy went 5-for-6 while driving in five runs. Ernie Adornto hurled a complete game in the nightcap.

Baseball

* 14-under boys -- The Kazmarek Little Orioles wrapped up their Baltimore Metro League regular season by sweeping the Atholton Reds, 16-4 and 11-0, Saturday at Atholton High.

The Little Orioles (52-1 overall) rolled to the Metro League championship with a 30-1 record in the West Division. Atholton was runner-up in the West at 20-10 while Putty Hill won the East Division at 22-6 with the Yankee Rebels "A" team second at 18-10.

Leadoff hitter Chris Rice was 3-for-4 with five runs scored, and Matt Martin was 4-for-5 with two doubles. Billy Walter (3-for-4) had a double, triple and four RBI and Jason Sieklicki was 3-for-5 with three RBI.

Mike Ziegler (11-0) was the winning pitcher scattering 10 hits, striking out four and walking one in the first game.

Jared Vogt (13-1) fired a one-hitter with seven strikeouts in the second game shortened by the Slaughter rule. Vogt also had a triple, two doubles, two RBI and three runs scored.

J.C. Perez tripled and scored twice while Craig Haney went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI.

Swimming

Ryan Hoffmaster's first-place finish in the 10-under boys 100-individual medley was only one of the reasons the Oakleigh Forest Swim Club defeated Whitehurst, 248-185, last week.

In addition to his winning time of 1 minute, 20.19 seconds in the IM, Hoffmaster finished as runner-up behind teammate Rick Nash in the 50 freestyle and behind Whitehurst's Tom Rawley in the 25 butterfly.

Sarah Bond of Oakleigh Forest emerged as a triple-winner in the 10-under girls division. Bond placed first in the 100-individual medley (1:11.45), 50 freestyle (29.97) and butterfly (15.45).

Oakleigh Forest's Todd Skinner won three events in the 12-under boys bracket.

Skinner held off runner-up Matt Harden and Patrick McIlvaine -- both of Whitehurst -- and claimed first place in the 100 IM with a winning time of 58.04. Skinner outlasted Harden again in the 50 freestyle (23.26) and staved off Whitehurst's Jon Elsaesser in the 50 butterfly (26.88).

In the 12-under girls competition, Vickie Obenchain of Whitehurst won two events and finished second in another.

Obenchain took first in the 100 IM, ahead of Oakleigh Forest's Julie Dozier and teammate Krista Flannery. She then went on to take first in the 50 freestyle (26.79) and finished second behind teammate Martha Harden in the 50 butterfly (24.65).

Jack Hudson and Michael Jelen of Oakleigh Forest and Will Rawley of Whitehurst battled it out in the 8-under boys competition. Hudson claimed first in the 25 freestyle (14.66) and 25 backstroke (20.70) and was runner-up to Rawley in the 25 butterfly.

TTC In addition to his winning time of 17.02 in the butterly, Rawley finished second in the backstroke and was third in the freestyle event. Jelen took first in the 25 breaststroke (19.30), second in the 25 freestyle and was third in the 25 backstroke.

Adam Vorhauer of Oakleigh Forest was a triple-winner in the 14-under boys division. Vorhauer placed first in the 50 breaststroke (27.21), 50 freestyle (20.15) and 50 butterfly (23.92).

Whitehurst's Alison Calcaterra won three events in the 14-under girls division. Calcaterra finished first in the 100 IM (58.34), first in the 50 freestyle (22.52) and first in the 50 butterfly (27.92). Finishing as runner-up to Calcaterra in all three events was Rebecca Skinner of Oakleigh Forest.

Winners in the 18-under boys division included Whitehurst's Matt Obenchain (breaststroke), Brad Elsaesser (freestyle), Jeff Hudson (IM) and Aaron Jones (butterfly) and Oakleigh Forest's Beau Tubman (backstroke).

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