Girls soccerThe under-19 Joppatowne Soccer Club Thunder...


January 16, 1994|By Mike Jefferson

Girls soccer

The under-19 Joppatowne Soccer Club Thunder defeated Edgewood, 5-2, to win the Red Conference Championship at the Maryland Sports Arena.

Amanda Laughton and Nicole Simone scored twice each for the Thunder, and Nikki Terzigni scored once. Assists were made by Carrie Gorsch and Holly Harris.

On Friday, the Thunder will meet Joppatowne Purple at the Edgewood arena for the league championship.

Boys soccer

Under-8 -- Fallston tallied its sixth straight win in a 17-0 shutout of Joppatowne in indoor action at the Maryland Sports Arena.

Leading the attack for Fallston were Michael Biondino with four goals, Ryan Richardson with three goals and Evan Minarik and Kyle Bodt with two goals each.

Brad Miers, Garrett Travers, Jeff Rosenkilde, Sean Ownes, Eric Reedy and Jeff Zapora each scored one goal.

Under-12 -- The Forest Hill Force finished the recent indoor session at the Maryland Sports Arena 8-0-0. The team capped off its championship season with a thriller against the Emmorton Wildcats.

After the Force jumped out to a 2-0 lead, the Wildcats rallied to tie the game, 2-2, at the half. In a defensive second half, the Force won the game, 3-2, on a goal by Daniel Watts assisted by Greg Spalding.

For the Force's first two scores, Watts volleyed in a shot off a bicycle pass from Steven Markiewicz, and Brent Irwin nailed a shot from far out.

In compiling this season's undefeated record, the Force outscored its opponents, 63-13.

The Harford Boys and Girls Club Bombers defeated the Parkville Storm, 5-2, Jan. 8 at Maryland Sports Arena.

Ronnie Scott scored two goals, and Maguel Barowski, Owen Jarvis, and Matt Bundy added one each. Bundy, Josh Jones, Jarvis and Brandon O'Hara had an assist each. Mike Unkelbach played goal for the Bombers.


The YMCA Harford Hurricane swimmers scored plenty of high marks in a 435-270 win over Towson YMCA in a dual meet at Towson.

Jamee Eben established a team record in the girls 15-18 200-yard freestyle with a time of 2 minutes, 4.27 seconds. She also won the 100 freestyle (56.71) and the 100 butterfly (1:04.82).

Another team record was established by Lauren Betzing, who swam the under-8 girls 25 backstroke in 17.81. She also earned gold medals in the 25 breaststroke (21.06) and the 50 freestyle (32.4).

Also in the girls 8-under group, Stephanie Hightower won the 25 butterfly in 17.41.

In the girls 9-10 bracket, Kristi Eyler (50 free, 50 breast), Sara Dellone (50 back, 50 breast) and Renee Rubeor (50 butterfly, 100 individual medley) each won two events.

Erin Greason, competing in the girls 11-12 division, won three events -- the 200 freestyle (2:29.22), 200 IM (2:40.22) and 50 breast (36.19).

Christine Betzing took gold in the 50 free (27.80) and 100 freestyle (1:03.74). Amber Moxey won the 50 backstroke (34.88).

In the girls 13-14 competition, seven Hurricane swimmers finished first: Beth Yonych (50 freestyle), Beth Goodwin (100 freestyle), Cindy Cattell (100 backstroke), Michelle Talley (100 breaststroke), Cathy Gyolai (100 butterfly), Meredith Garback (200 freestyle) and Meredith Eyler (200 IM).

Performing top finishes in the girls 15-16 group were Angela Cuneo (100 breaststroke) and Kathy Rising (200 IM).

In the boys 11-12 competition, John Ward won the 50 breaststroke in 37.12. Teammate Donald Long won the 200 free in 2:58.90 and Eric Miller won the 200 IM in 3:21.13.

Justin Troyer brought home two gold medals in the boys 13-14 competition. He was first in the 100 breast in 1:24.26 and won the 100 fly in 1:14.39.

The Hurricanes had five first-place finishes in the boys 15-18 group. Brian Richardson earned two of them, winning the 200 IM in 2:18.63 and the 100 back in 1:00.45.

Brad Snyder won the 100 breast in 1:19.81, Jeff Dehart won the 100 fly in 1:00.17 and Dan Machovec won the 200 free in 2:02.33.


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

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