Harford County boys soccer preview


September 05, 1993|By Mike Jefferson


The under-14 Genstar Booters won the championship at the Kingsville Soccer Invitational-Benefit Tournament last weekend with a 3-2 win over Edgewood.

In the win over Edgewood last Sunday, Steve Adolph, David Petrowski and Brent Haberkam scored with assists by Mike Frounfelker and Ryan Byrd.

The team advanced to the finals with a 4-0 shutout of Kingsville last Saturday. Joey Matta, Nick Mummert, Haberkam and Adolph scored those goals, with Dan Magee adding an assist.

Goalkeeper Brad Frounfelker recorded 21 saves throughout the tournament.

Other contributors to the victory were Joe Cherry, Eddie Griffen, Ryan Letke, Chris Molite, Christopher Swec, Carlo Wiler and Dan Wilson.


Although doubles action did not occur in every age group at the annual Harford County Parks and Recreation Children's Tournament, many doubles teams turned in strong performances to earn trophies for their victories.

For the girls, the only doubles action was in the 11-12 age group, where Brigitt Boyle and Valerie Sherer teamed to edge Elicia Locke and Lisa Mirabile, 6-7, 7-6, 7-6.

In the 8-10 boys division, Justin Schlotterbeck and Samir Sahu won two round-robin games to claim the championship in their age bracket.

The same was true for Anshuman Rastogi and Ben Osborn, who won two games to their opponents' one apiece to claim the round-robin championship of the boys 11-12 division.

In the boys 13-15 championships, Joseph Updegrove and Matthew Atkinson smashed Billy Harvey and Marshall Richardson in the first set, 6-1.

However, Harvey and Richardson rallied in the second set, winning, 7-5, to force a final set. There, Updegrove and Atkinson held on with a 6-2 win for the championship.


To report games, scores and other recreation sports results, send mail to: Sports Department, Baltimore Sun, Harford County Office, 15 Churchville Road, Terlyn Square, Suite 112, Bel Air, Md., 21014. Deadline is noon Thursday.

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