FootballThe Jarrettsville Knights 11-13 football team has...


November 07, 1993|By Mike Jefferson


The Jarrettsville Knights 11-13 football team has earned an invitation to the 1993 National Youth Football Championships in Daytona Beach, Fla., over the Thanksgiving holiday.

The team, which competes in the Harford/Baltimore Football League, is scheduled to compete against teams from St. Louis and Ohio.

The Knights will be playing two games at high school stadiums or football complexes in the Daytona Beach area. Seventy teams have been selected to participate in the Eastern Division of the NYFC.

The Knights were scheduled to play rival Cockeysville under the lights last night at County Home Field in Cockeysville in its final regular-season contest. Their most recent game was a 28-0 win against Lutherville last Saturday.

The Knights will compete in the A Division playoffs of the Harford/Baltimore Football League.

The Knights' cheerleading squad, which has supported the team throughout the season, also will participate in the national championships in the cheerleading competition.

Other scores: 6-8 -- Cockeysville 25, Bel Air 6; Middle River 33, Reisterstown 0; Stembridge 12, Fallston 6.

7-9 -- Bel Air 6, Parkville 0 (OT); Overlea 18, Edgewood J/T 0; Middle River 14, Edgemere 6; Cockeysville 7, Jarrettsville 6; Aberdeen 12, Fallston 6.

8-10 -- Fallston 30, Lutherville/Timonium 0; Middle River 24, Jarrettsville 0; Reisterstown 20, Parkville 6; Overlea 24, Towson 18; Bel Air 14, Fallston 0; Reisterstown 34, Lutherville /Timonium 0; Cockeysville 6, Overlea 0; Middle River 32, Edgewood J/T 18, Towson 31, Jarrettsville 8.

9-11 -- Middle River 32, Jarrettsville 0; Fallston 18, Edgemere 0.

10-12 -- Bel Air 26, Overlea 13; Fallston 21, Jarrettsville 2; Middle River 31, Aberdeen 7; Overlea 13, Parkville 6; Edgewood J/T 30, Towson 0.

11-13 -- Aberdeen 6, Bel Air 0; Jarrettsville 28, Lutherville-Timonium 0; Middle River 30, Cockeysville 0.


Under-10 --The Joppatowne Sockers (6-0) won the Harford County travel league title. Justin Holbrook gets the credit in the -- goal, supported by defenders Gus DiBlasi, Cody Wasmer, Gary Dilworth, Michael Watto and Jamie Romano.

Midfielders Lisa Kenney, Barry Lauder and Nick Burns along with forwards Mike Kenney, Jonathan Lang, Grant Bernstein, Ryan Turner, Greg Gordon and Matt Ballard also contributed.

Under-12 -- The Greater Harford Soccer Club Lightning shut out the Bel Air Crunch, 3-0, in B Division Beltway League action last Sunday.

Goalie Brad Bonovich preserved the shutout and received defensive support from Jason Hinson, Chad Hildebrandt, Steve Piotrowski and Matt Mech.

Goals were scored by Johnny Meise, assisted by Matt Bland, Ben Stutzer, assisted by Marco Romanell and Kevin Ruzek assisted by Hinson.

The Harford Boys and Girls Club Bombers defeated Captain Jack's Soccer Club of Baltimore, 4-3, Wednesday night in Baltimore Metro Classic Tournament action.

The game was tied at 2-2 at the end of regulation. After two overtimes, the Bombers won in a shootout.

Donnie Boxendahl and Ronnie Scott scored during regulation, and Mike Unkelbach and Josh Jones scored in the shootout.

Last Sunday, the Bombers lost its first game of the Baltimore City League, a 2-0 setback to Jiuventus Soccer Club.

Under-14 --The Hickory Rebels finished the regular season of the the Harford County Red Division, clinching the top spot with a 9-1 victory over the Edgewood Patriots.

Jeff Tolson, Nick Hayes and Tim Goetzinger each scored two goals. Steve Poole, Jake Howell and Ryan MacNeill each scored once.

Championship team members were: Travis Canavan, Brent Gebhardt, Tim Goetzinger, Matt Hamme, Nick Hayes, Jake Howell, Greg Krause, Brian Kruszewski, Mark Leach, Ryan MacNeill, Mike Malone, Jason Melnyk, Steve Poole, Brandon Schmoll, Jeff Tolson and Chris White.


To report recreation games, scores and results, send detailed information to: Sports Department, Harford County, Baltimore Sun, 15 Churchville Rd., Suite 112, Bel Air, Md., 21014. Deadline is noon Thursday.

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