Boys soccerUnder-12 -- The Forest Hill Force held on to a...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

April 10, 1994|By Mike Jefferson

Boys soccer

Under-12 -- The Forest Hill Force held on to a 3-0 early lead to defeat White Marsh, 4-3, in indoor action at the Maryland Sports Arena. Those early goals were scored by Alex Markiewicz on a strong volley up the middle, Justin Collins on an outside shot from the right side, and Anthony Collurafici off a bobbled save attempt.

White Marsh rallied to tie the game, 3-3, by the middle of the second half. The Force stepped up the offense at that point and Alex Markiewicz nailed home the game-winner with seven minutes to go.

The assist came off the back wall on a shot by Steven Markiewicz.

Under-14 -- The Greater Harford Soccer Club Scorpions defeated Gray Charles, 10-5, at Du Burns Arena. Eric Syphard scored a hat trick for the Scorpions, and Jordan Green had two goals. Tony Joynes, Brian Dempsey, Adam Meissner, Joey Matta and Nate Goulden each added a goal.

Assists were provided by Jason Kemper (two), Eric Heisey and Joynes. Keeper Jim Kopp finished with 11 saves.

The Scorpions also claimed a come-from-behind 4-0 victory over the Lawler Lazers at the Maryland Sports Arena in Edgewood. Aaron Sherwood sparked the triumph with a goal and four assists, while Kemper added two goals and an assist and Syphard provided a goal and assist. Kopp recorded 16 saves.

The Scorpions have been just as tough in outdoor competition. They defeated the Phoenix Arsenal, 2-1, in Baltimore Beltway league action on two goals by Matta. Tim Bowman assisted on the second goal, and Kopp anchored the defense with 14 saves.

The Scorps later defeated A.C. Baltimore, 3-1, on two goals by Matta in between a tally by Green. Assists were credited to Heisey and Bowman. Kopp recorded 12 saves.

Under-10 -- The GHSC Strikers extended their indoor soccer unbeaten streak to 15 with victories over Pediatric Center, Bel Air Nissan, Westminster and White Marsh.

Goals in the win over Pediatric Center were netted by Sean McAvoy (two), Chris Schneider, Jeff Kocher and Mike Costello. Assists were credited to Luke Meissner (two), Schneider and Kocher.

In the 9-0 shutout victory over Bel Air, Brandon Lijewski led all scorers with three goals, while Corey Bolchoz, Costello and McAvoy each added two. Each of those players also had assists, as well as Meissner, Joey Meise and P.J. Gugerty. Matt Wood, Robby Singer and Dougie Hense anchored the defense.

In the victories over Westminster and White Marsh, the Strikers outscored their opponents, 18-4.

PD Chris Smith was in goal for all four of the Strikers' victories.

Swimming

Six Harford County swimmers finished in the top eight in the Eastern Zone Age Group Swimming Championships at Princeton University last weekend.

Jinji Fraser, swimming for the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, finished second in the girls 10-under 50-yard butterfly in 30.14 seconds.

Erik Weinberg, competing for the Greater Baltimore Swim Association, was seventh in the 10-under 200 individual medley, finishing in 2:33.43.

In the 11-12 age group, Natika Dannenfelser of the NBAC raced (( to five Top 16 national times, finishing no lower than third in five events. She won the 200 IM in 2:13.16, finished second in the 50 breaststroke (31.66) and the 100 breast (1:08.33). In both the 100 IM (1:02.77) and 500 free (5:18.08), she finished third.

Megan Riddle, also competing for the NBAC in the 11-12 age group, finished fourth in the 500 free (5:19.19) and seventh in the 200 IM (2:18.29).

In 13-14 competition, Bethany Goodwin of the Harford County YMCA Hurricanes was fifth in the 50 free (24.68).

Jeff Warwick, a 15-18 swimmer for the Edgewood Aquanauts, was third in the 100 free in 47.74 and seventh in the 200 free (1:45.91.).

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