Boys soccerUnder-8 -- Fallston remained undefeated (7-0-0...


January 23, 1994|By Mike Jefferson

Boys soccer

Under-8 -- Fallston remained undefeated (7-0-0) with a 5-1 win over Emmorton Lightning at the Maryland Sports Indoor Soccer Arena.

Ryan Richardson scored two goals, and Brad Meyers, Jeff Rosenkilde and Michael Biondino each scored once. Assists were provided by Sean Owens, Evan Minarik and Kyle Bodt.

The Lightning were held to one goal through the solid goalkeeping of Kevin Jans and Garrett Travers, along with the defense of Mark Black, Shane Nigren, David Caperna, Eric Reedy and Jeff Zapora.

Under-10 -- Fallston (7-0-1) won the Recreation Division Championship in indoor soccer with a 6-2 win over Forest Hill.

Fallston's Tim Smith scored four goals, and Dan Korpman and Steve Slagle added the other two scores. Tim Black, Brian Fitzpatrick, Ryan Kettler and Chris Biondino each had assists.

In the goal for Fallston was Ryan Meyers, aided by defenders Stephen Myers, Tom Watson, Jeff Vornadore and Neale Minarik.

Under-12 -- The Genstar Booters, led by James Sonnichsen's three goals and Danny Bauer's two, defeated Captain Joe's, 5-3, in B Division action last Friday night at the Maryland Sports Arena.

Booters goalkeeper Brad Frounfelker recorded 17 saves. Assists were made by Steve Adolph (two), Bobby Griffin and Chris Szwec.

Also contributing to the Booters' victory were Kyle Cahill, Justin Goodman, Steve Kulwicki, Chris Molite and Danny Troy.

Girls soccer

Under-19 -- The Joppatowne Soccer Club Thunder defeated Joppatowne Purple, 2-1, to claim the indoor championship at the Maryland Sports Arena.

Goals were scored by Nikki Terzigni and Amanda Laughton. Assists were by Kelly Vandarwarka and Angie Ketner. The Thunder's offense was supported by Nina Pierorazio, Nicole Simone, Eva Pierorazio and Karen Lemley.

A strong game by the Thunder's defense, consisting of Jamie Eng, Holly Harris, Carrie Gorsch, Emily Francis and Vandarwarka, complemented the strong play of goalkeeper Nicole Duval (11 saves).

Under-15 -- The Harford United Energizers won their second straight indoor soccer tournament. After their victory in the Holiday Tournament at DuBurns Arena in the under-16 division during the Christmas holidays, the team competed in the under-16 Challenge Cup at the Baltimore Arena Sunday.

Relying upon their swarming defense, the Energizers shut out two of their opponents. Keepers Tina Steck and Lisa Mezzadra allowed only three goals in the entire tournament supported by defenders Jen Cook, Jen Kar--, Danielle Konchak, Katie Tiburzi, Nicole Froman and Brooke Stastny.

Defeating the Severna Park Kickers, the Hawks Soccer Club, the Glyndon Hotlegs and the Pastores, the Energizers scored a total of 21 goals. Scoring was spread among several players, including Sue Giannaccini, Jennifer Coulson, Shanna Ziegenfuss, Cindy Wolf and Erin Lesh. Captains Haley DeLaurence and Becky Gerhart added to the scoring and provided direction on the field.

Boys gymnastics

Members of the Harford Gymnastics team have qualified for the Maryland State Boys Gymnastics Championships in March at Fairland Sports Complex in Laurel.

The team played host to 107 gymnasts, representing nine teams from across the state at the Harford Gymnastic Center. In all, 15 boys from Harford, representing six different classes, have qualified.

During the most recent state qualifying meet at the Harford complex in Joppa, Harford's Dave Huber won first place in Class II with an all-around score of 44.4.

Ron Weber, a Class III competitor, scored 43.4 all-around to finish third.

Competing in Class IV, all ages, Brian Cubbage scored 47.6 to place fourth. Patrick Curtis placed sixth with 45.8.

In Class V competition, Bret Bailey took second place with 53.05. Jon Wainwright scored 52.8 to place third, and Kevin Joyce took fourth place with 50.85. Jamie Dull finished sixth with 48.9.

Kevin Jans, competing in Class VI, ages 7-9, won gold with a combined score of 56.8.

C. J. Neff earned bronze with a 50.7 in the Class VI, age 10-11 group.

In addition to the above gymnasts, the following also have qualified for the State Championships: Tony Cross (Class V, ages 12-13), Andrew Burgard, Scott Childs, Justin Dillon and Eric Schmitz (Class VI, ages 7-9).

Boys basketball

The 11-12 Jarrettsville travel team opened its season with a 38-35 win over Fallston last Sunday. Bill Farrell and Ryan Beattie led the scoring.


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

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