Soccer* Under-10 boys -- The Mountain Road Magic defeated...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

November 25, 1993|By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III

Soccer

* Under-10 boys -- The Mountain Road Magic defeated the St. Jane Wolfpack, 2-1, to win the championship of the North County Fall Classic Soccer Tournament.

Alex Wilson and Mike Shepley provided the scoring for the Magic early. Halfbacks Jeremy Coley, Joey Peeler, Chris Pridgen and Tommy Howard provided constant pressure and fed numerous passes to forwards Chris McDevitt and Brandon Flohr.

The Magic defense, comprised of fullbacks Kevin Davis, Brandon Mazur, Ben Granofsky, Chris Canty and Mark Davis, repeatedly cleared loose balls away from the Magic's goal area.

Stoppers Jimmy Walsch and Joey Palank had outstanding efforts keeping the Wolfpack forward line from all but one scoring chance. Keeper Hunter Weedon was credited with several saves near the end of the game to preserve the win.

* 11-and-under girls -- The Davidsonville Gators won the Arundel Cup Soccer Tournament, fighting their way out of the losers bracket to defeat the Mountain Road Football Club, 1-0, in a sudden-death shootout on Sunday.

Goalie Michelle Lee helped keep the Gators even throughout the shootout, then scored the game-winner.

In Saturday's semifinal, the Gators defeated Mountain Road in a 1-0 shootout as Alexandra Sullivan, Lee, and Lauren McKeever each booted in a goal during the shootout.

Davidsonville reached the semifinal round by nipping the Arthur Slade Roadrunners, 1-0, with McKeever scoring the game-winner sudden-death overtime.

In earlier preliminary play, the Gators blanked the Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council, 4-0, as Lee, Emily Gerbasi, Laura Hayden and Erin O'Hara netted single goals.

Davidsonville fell into the losers bracket by losing its tournament-opener, 1-0, to Mountain Road.

Swimming

Thirty-nine members of the Naval Academy Junior Swim Club competedat the KCO Fall Festival Meet last week at UMBC.

Navy won three of the events with Heather Young of Annapolis winning the girls 9-10 100-yard breast stroke in a time of 1 minute, 23.17 seconds; Joan Chidester of Crofton winning the girls 15-18 100 freestyle in 54.66 and Maggie Phillips of Millersville winning the girls 15-18 free in 24.57.

Second-place finishes went to Young (50 breast) and Marc Mooney (boys 11-12; 50 backstroke, 30.04).

Third-place finishes went to Chidester (500 free, 5:09.42); and fourth- through 10th-place wins were recorded by Phillips, Young, Mooney, Amy Betz, Travis Brandon, Erin McCauley, Billy Schultz, Chelsea Hastings, Nathan Hall, Kristin Bayly, Rebecca Lavell, Timothy Walters, Alex Golod and Elizabeth Lavell.

Navy also competed in the Star Meet at St. Mary's College with Stephanie Kisinger and Kristin Bayly -- both of Bowie -- winning two first-place ribbons each. Kisinger won the girls 15-18 100 butterfly and the 200 back, while Bayly took first in the girls 9-10 50 back and 200 individual medley.

Also taking first was Sarah Mooney of Edgewater in the girls 9-10 50 breast.

Other Navy swimmers placing at the Star Meet were Meghan Kerney, Peter Sabbatini, Jason Townsend, Casey Kerney, Sara Carpenter, Stephanie Disque, Jennifer Herb, Wendy Scholfield, Thomas Schofield, Timothy Walters and Julie Anderson.

Thirteen Navy Juniors, accompanied by coach Ken DeGruchy, traveled to Charleston, W.Va., for the 1993 Debbie Kortz Memorial Invitational at the University of Charleston.

Megan Melgaard of Severna Park won the third-place "High Point Award" for her swims in the 200 free (1:58.78), 100 back (1:02.39), 200 IM (2:17.95), 1,650 free (17:59.06), 50 free (25.87), 100 free (50.26), 200 back (2:14.23), 500 free (5:21.67) and 400 IM (4:43.83).

Annamarie Lyst of Annapolis won the "Swim of the Meet" with a time of 16:54.76 in the 1,650-freestyle event. New time standards were set by Marc Mooney for the 100 back (1:02.92) and Erin Hall for the 100 back (1:09.09).

Navy also participated in the Edgewood Mini-Meet with over 40 of the club's 8-and-under swimmers competing.

Danielle Yurchinkonis won the girls 25 back in a time of 21.10. She also placed in the 25 free, 50 free and 25 breast stroke events.

Also placing for Navy were Adam Carpenter, Michael Disque, Joseph Biancaniello, Kyle Patterson, Adrienne Glasgow, Michael Garcia, Courtney Dantone, Gregory Mitas, Patrick Kjellberg and Jonathan Vandervliet.

Water polo

The Annapolis Water Polo Club's A team defeated second-seeded Greenwich, 14-5, to make it to the final of last weekend's ninth annual Eastern High School Water Polo Championships at Trenton State College in New Jersey.

A strong Annapolis defense held Greenwich scoreless until the end of the first quarter and Annapolis continued its lead throughout the game. Jason Golaboski of Severna Park led the locals with four goals, three of which were two-pointers.

Also scoring for Annapolis were Brian Basye and Patrick Donlin with three goals apiece and Rich Slingluff with one.

Goalkeeper Paul Rave had two saves against Greenwich and 14 for the tournament.

Annapolis finished second in a field of eight after an earlier 21-12 victory over Mifflin and a 14-7 loss to Wilson during the championship round.

Scoring against Mifflin and Wilson were Basye (11 goals), Golaboski (five), Scott Stevens (three) and Slingluff, Donlin, Karl Smith and Brian Baker with two goals each. Selected to the All-Tournament team from Annapolis were Basye, Donlin and Golaboski.

Note: You can fax us your Anne Arundel recreation results to (410) 783-2518. Please include first and last names of all participants.

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