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

RECREATION ROUNDUP

February 13, 1994|By Mike Jefferson

Girls soccer

The under-19 Joppatowne Soccer Club Thunder defeated Joppatowne Purple, 2-1, in indoor soccer action at the Maryland Sports Arena. Eva Pierorazio scored two goals, with one assisted by Brandi Frederick.

Goalkeeper Nicole DuVal recorded six saves for the Thunder.

Boys soccer

* Under-12: The Harford County Boys and Girls Bombers were edged by the White Marsh Soccer Club, 6-4, in a league game at the Maryland Sports Arena last weekend.

Maguel Barowski scored a goal and added an assist. Brandon O'Hara, Ted Jakubowski, and Jimmy Cassady each scored a goal, while Josh Jones and Owen Jarvis had assists. Ron Scott was in goal for the Bombers.

* The Greater Harford Lightning defeated the Genstar Booters, 9-2, in indoor action Feb. 4 at the Maryland Sports Arena.

Leading the Lightning were Kevin Ruzek with two goals, one assisted by Dan Lader, and Matt Meck with two scores, assisted by Jason Henson and Marco Romanell.

Romanell also scored with an assist from Ruzek, and Jonathan Borozzi scored assisted by Ruzek. Getting unassisted goals for the Lightning were Jason Hinson, Chad Hildebrandt and Eric Yankalonis.

Aiding on offense were Johnny Meise, Patrick Bukovsky and Johnny Heatwole. Defenders Stephen Piotrowski, Derek Birkmire and Ben Stutzer kept the Booters to two scores, and goalkeepers Justin Hoynes and Matt Bland combined for nine saves in goal for the Lightning.

Swimming

The Harford YMCA Hurricanes completed its C&P Swim League dual-meet schedule with a 437-276 victory over Catonsville YMCA at Magnolia Middle School on Saturday. The Hurricanes, who finished with a 4-2 record, were led this season by the 8-under and 15-18 girls age groups, both unbeaten throughout the season.

The 13-14 girls and 8-under boys groups were both 5-1 in dual-meet competition.

At Saturday's meet, Harford Y team records were broken by 8-under girls swimmer Lauren Betzing in the 25-yard butterfly, which she swam in 15.84 seconds.

Another record was established by Beth Goodwin in girls 13-14 50 free competition, which she completed in 25.29.

Jamee Eben established a record in the girls 15-18 200 freestyle.

In the boys competition, Brian Richardson established a team record in the boys 15-18 100 back, which he swam in 57.74.

In addition, Melinda Cattel (50 free) became the fourth Hurricaneswimmer this season to qualify for YMCA Nationals in April in Florida.

Wrestling

The Harford County Junior Wrestling League Championships held last weekend at Aberdeen High School were fruitful for the host team.

Aberdeen claimed the team championship, mostly through domination of the Junior Division.

Aberdeen finished with 173 points, and Fallston placed second with 143.

For the first time, this year's tournament was organized by coaches and assistants from each of the eight participating county teams. Weigh-ins were done the day before, and each team had a different responsibility during the competitions.

Completing the top five finishers were Fawn Grove (107), Edgewood (98) and North Harford (97). Joppatowne finished sixth with 78 points, followed by Hickory (74) and Bel Air (71).

To report recreation scores and results send detailed information to: Sports Department, Harford County, Baltimore Sun, 15 Churchill Road, Suite 112, Bel Air, Md, 21014. Deadline is noon Thursday. Fax # 893-3252.

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