SoccerThe Genstar Booters never looked back from a 3-1...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

March 20, 1994|By Mike Jefferson

Soccer

The Genstar Booters never looked back from a 3-1 halftime lead and went on to defeat the Hickory Lazers, 11-1, Sunday night at the Maryland Sports Arena.

Tim Gober led the scoring with four goals, followed by Eddie Griffin with a hat trick. Joe Dilworth scored twice, and teammates Pat Dempsey and Alison Healy scored one each.

Dempsey also added four assists, and Ryan Byrd, Griffin, Healy and Gober each added one.

Byrd and Gober combined in goal for 23 saves. The defense was anchored by Dan Magee, Liz Pyzak, Alexander Ioannidis and Ryan Letke.

Under-14 -- The Greater Harford Soccer Club Scorpions defeated Gray Charles, 10-5, in recent indoor action at the Du Burns Arena.

Eric Syphard scored a hat trick, Jordan Green scored two goals, and Tony Joynes, Brian Dempsey, Adam Meissner, Joey Matta and Nate Goulden each scored once. Providing assists were Jason Kemper (two), Eric Heisey, Joynes and Kemper. Goalkeeper Jim Kopp finished with 11 saves for the Scorpions.

Under-12 -- The Forest Hill Force scored two quick goals and then stayed ahead for a 5-3 victory over the GHSC Lightning at the Maryland Sports Arena.

Justin Collins sparked the Force with both opening scores on hard shots to the far post, and teammate Anthony Collurafici had sliding shot that hooked around the goalie.

The Lightning scored for a halftime score of 3-1, before Steven Markiewicz scored two goals for the Force in the second half, one off a header pass from Greg Spalding, and the second on a fast break score, assisted by Alex Markiewicz.

The Lightning rallied in the second half with two goals. Force goalies Eric Blom and Ryan Nayden combined for 23 saves.

The Genstar Booters defeated Norrisville, 4-1, Friday night in indoor action at the Maryland Sports Arena. Scoring for the Booters were Danny Bauer (two), James Sonnichsen and Dustin Goodman (one).

Assists were made by Bobby Griffin, Steve Adolph, Chris Szwec and Goodman. Also contributing to the Booters' victory were Chris Molite, Danny Troy and Steve Kalwicki.

* The Greater Harford Soccer Club Rockets defeated the Soccer Club of Baltimore Titans, 6-1, in outdoor Beltway League action.

The season-opening victory was earned on the strength of goals by Giovanni Julian, Ryan Ungaretti and Blair Penny for a 3-0 lead at halftime.

Brian Lloyd, Ben Healey and Chris Martin added goals in the second half, and goalkeepers Ungaretti and Healey combined for three saves.

Defensive support was provided by Ryan Hauer, Brian Kocher and Robbie Johnson, and Jason Wells, Peter Howard, Geoffrey Barrick, Jason Koluch and Scott Jankoviak contributed to a strong offensive showing.

* The Harford Boys and Girls Club Bombers defeated the Hickory Lazers, 4-2, in indoor action last Saturday at the Maryland Sports Arena in Edgewood.

Stephen Guignet, Chris Jubb, Ted Jakubowski and Matt Bundy each sored a goal, and Brannadon O'Hara, Jakubowski and Josh Jones each had an assist. Mike Unkelbach was in goal.

* Under-10 -- The GHSC Strikers extended their unbeaten streak 12 games with a 5-1 win over Pediatric Center at the Maryland Sports Arena. Goals were scored by Sean McAvoy (two), Chris Schneider, Jeff Kocher and Mike Costello (one). Assists were credited to Luke Meissner (two), Schneider and Kocher (one). Chris Smith played goal for the Strikers.

Gymnastics

The Harford Gymnastics' boys team recently participated in the Maryland State Boys Gymnastics Championships at Laurel against 15 teams from across the state.

Brian Cubbage and Ron Weber, though in different age classifications, were the top medalists for the talented Harford team.

Cubbage, Class IV, ages 10-11, scored a personal best of 50.3 to win his fourth consecutive state all-around title.

Weber, Class III, ages 12-13, won the still rings title with 8.8. His total score of 47.2 earned second place all-around.

Harford's strong Class V team was led by Jon Wainwright in age 10-11 competition. He finished third on still rings and parallel bars with 9.4, fourth on floor exercise with 9.3 and vault with 8.8, fifth on pommel horse with 9.4 to finish fourth all-around with 54.6.

Teammate Kevin Joyce placed second on horizontal bar with 9.0, third on vault with 9.0, fourth on still rings with 9.3, fifth on pommel horse with 9.4 and was fifth all-around with 54.2.

Bret Bailey placed fourth on horizontal bar with 8.9, fifth on parallel bars with 9.0 and sixth on still rings with 9.0.

Tony Cross, Class V, ages 12-13, placed second on vault with 9.2. All Class V gymnasts contributed to the team score of 126.3, which earned the Harford boys team third place.

In Class VI, ages 7-9, Kevin Jans placed 10th on floor exercise with 9.2, third on still rings with 9.8, vault with a 9.4 and parallel bars with 9.8. He was second on pommel horse with 9.8 and third all-around 56.8. C. J. Neff, Class VI, ages 10-11, placed fifth on horizontal bar with 9.1. Team members Andrew Burgard, Scott Childs, Justin Dillon and Erik Schmitz also represented Harford in this class.

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 number is (410) 893-3252.

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