FootballThe 6-8 Fallston team picked up its first win of...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

October 17, 1993|By Mike Jefferson

Football

The 6-8 Fallston team picked up its first win of the Harford/Baltimore Football League season, 50-38, over Reisterstown last weekend.

The game featured three touchdown runs by Fallston wideout Andrew Collender. Running back Jerod Richardson rushed for two touchdowns in the win, and Mark Potter caught two passes for two-point conversions.

Fallston established an 18-point lead at one point, its biggest of the game, but Reisterstown kept battling back.

Fallston's Richardson, moved to left end, aided Fallston's defense in stopping the run.

Fallston quarterback Jason Hardesty also scored on a quarterback sneak.

In other 6-8 division action, Bel Air (2-2) was edged by Overlea, 8-7. Anthony Fisher scored on a 30-yard run in the first quarter for an early Bel Air lead, but Overlea countered in the second quarter with a touchdown and a two-point conversion for the win.

Other scores: 6-8 -- Overlea 8, Bel Air 7; Middle River 39, Parkville 19; Fallston 50, Reisterstown 38; Stembridge 6, Edgewood J/T 0.

7-9 -- Aberdeen 20, Cockeysville 0; Parkville 16, Middle River 14 (2 OT); Overlea 20, Bel Air 6; Edgewood J/T 20, Edgemere 0; Aberdeen 21, Jarrettsville 18.

8-10 -- Overlea 24, Reisterstown 0; Edgewood J/T 25, Lutherville-Timonium 7; Bel Air 42, Parkville 0; Middle River 32, Towson 0; Fallston 32, Jarrettsville 6.

9-11 -- Middle River 18, Bel Air 0; Edgewood J/T 30, Aberdeen 0; Cockeysville 28, Jarrettsville 0; Overlea 28, Fallston 6.

10-12 -- Bel Air vs. Overlea (postponed); Middle River 45, Bel Air 0; Edgewood J/T 34, Parkville 0; Aberdeen 12, Cockeysville 7; Overlea 20, Fallston 8.

11-13 -- Overlea 39, Fallston 0; Aberdeen 31, Cockeysville 12; Middle River 39, Bel Air 0; Edgewood J/T 33, Jarrettsville 6.

Boys soccer

Under-10 -- Joppatowne (5-0) defeated Jarrettsville Orange, 7-0, in Harford County League action last Saturday.

Ryan Turner powered the Sockers with four goals, while Jonathan Lang, Grant Bernstein and Mike Kenney each scored once for Joppatowne. Assists were credited to Mike Kenney, Lisa Kenney and Matt Ballard.

Under-12 -- The Havre de Grace Chargers (5-0) picked up two more victories in the Harford County Recreation League by defeating the Churchville Cyclones, 2-0, and APG, 7-0.

Goals were scored by Eric Yankolonis (four), Philip Hooker (two), Sean Welsh, Sketa Grimes and Ryan Jackson (one each).

The Chargers' defense was anchored by goalie Jason Rice, unscored upon this season, and fullbacks Zachary Kohajda, Evan Walke and Jessie Allingham. Halfbacks Wesley Fox, Ricky Bright, Justin Helmkamp and Derek Kilby controlled the middle of the field for the Chargers' fourth shutout of the season.

The Forest Hill Force (4-1-0) defeated Havre de Grace, 4-0, in Harford County Red League action last weekend. The Force relied on two quick one-touch scores from Daniel Watts and some well-placed passes from Mike Duncan (two assists).

Anthony Collurafici scored a goal on a strong breakaway drive up the center of the field, while the last goal was scored by Justin Mast on a header off one of two perfectly placed corner kicks by Duncan.

In Travel League play, Forest Hill beat Jarrettsville, 3-1. Watts scored first with a high near-post shot from outside the 18-yard line, then teammate Danny Martin responded with a similar score.

Ned Hermes scored the next goal, assisted by Watts, to seal the victory.

Joppatowne remains undefeated (4-0-0) with a 4-1 win over Jarrettsville Green. Joppatowne scores came from Tim Dean (two goals, one assist), Brian Kretzschmar (one goal, two assists), and Dale Miller (one goal, one assist).

The Greater Harford Soccer Club Rockets defeated St. Stephens, 2-0, in Harford County Blue League action at Forest Hill recreation complex Sunday.

The Rockets' left wing Mike Pilarski scored once in each half, with his second goal coming on a pass from Ryan Ungarretti.

The team's defense was anchored by goalkeeper Stephen Andon's seven saves and the play of Chris Martin, Peter Howard, Brian Kocher and A. J. Kafka.

Under-14 -- The Hickory Rebels improved to 7-1-2 by sweeping two over the weekend in the Harford County League. In a Sunday Travel League game, the Rebels beat Churchville, 5-0. The scoring came from Brent Gebhardt (two goals) and one goal each from Jeff Tolson, Nick Hayes and Chris White. The Rebels also picked up a victory on Saturday over the Hickory Strikers.

The '81 Harford Kicks beat Edgewood, 6-2, in Harford County League action last Sunday in Churchville. Paul Isbell scored a hat trick to lead the team, while Karl Pospisil got the team going with a goal from the fullback position. Joey Matta scored twice to round out the attack.

The Kicks are undefeated in the league and its defense has allowed just four goals this season.

Girls soccer

Under-10 -- Joppatowne (3-2) defeated Jarrettsville Gray, 2-0, last Saturday. Natalie Terzigni and Ieshia Brown scored for the winners. Assists were provided by Collen Kretzschmar and Jennifer DeNicola.

Under-12 -- The Emmorton Lazers (4-0-1) stayed undefeated, playing Darlington to a 2-2 tie at Ring Factory Elementary last weekend.

The Lazers fell behind 2-0 before rallying in the second half.

At the 10-minute mark, Nicole Neubauer picked up a loose ball and scored on a follow-up to a blocked shot for the first goal. Two minutes later, Shelly Reft took a pass from Jessica Fruhling and scored the tying goal.

Under-16 -- The Joppatowne Soccer Club defeated PNN, 6-0. JSC goals were scored by Nikki Terzigni, Eva Pierorazio, Holly Harris (two), Karne Lemley and Sara Biggs.

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