BaseballThe 13-14 Harford Sox split a doubleheader with...

RECREATION ROUNDUP

May 29, 1994|By Mike Jefferson

Baseball

The 13-14 Harford Sox split a doubleheader with EDRECO last Saturday, losing the first game, 6-5, but winning the second game, 10-0.

In the first game, EDRECO held the Sox to four hits through five innings. A late rally fell short, and EDRECO held on for the win.

In the second game, Sox pitcher Danny Green took his record to 3-0 with a one-hit shutout. He struck out seven and walked two.

The Sox showed early they were not going to crumble. In the first inning, a strong defensive play occurred with a man on third and one out. A fly ball was hit to center fielder Eric Shank who made the play and rifled the ball to catcher Josh Mawhinney, who made the tag at home for the inning-ending double play.

The Sox hitting attack was led by Chris Reynolds (3-for-3, one RBI), Joey Criss (2-for-3, one RBI) and Green (2-for-4, four RBIs). Brad Glascock, Shank, Paul Isbell and Chad Blevins all contributed hits.

On Sunday, the Sox lost, 5-4, to Yankee Rebels Gold. Mawhinney took a tough loss while recording 15 strikeouts in seven innings.

Boys soccer

Under-12-- The Greater Harford Soccer Club Rockets defeated the Baltimore Lightning, 5-2, to claim third place in the Baltimore Beltway league.

On the strength of goals by Giovanni Julian and Peter Howard, along with strong play in the goal from Ryan Ungaretti, the Rockets built a 2-0 halftime lead.

After the Lightning rallied for a 2-2 tie at the 7-minute mark of the second half, the Rockets' Howard scored at the 12- and 19-minute mark to give the Rockets a 4-2 lead. Jason Wells added a fifth goal with nine minutes left in the game.

Brian Lloyd, Ben Healy, John Hryncewich and Howard each contributed an assist, and Penny and Robbie Johnson added offensive support. Solid defense was provided by Brian Kocher, Chris Martin, Jason Koluch, Dan Cvach and Geoffrey Barrick. Goalie Ungaretti recorded 12 saves.

Under-16-- The Lazers S.C. defeated Reisterstown, 2-1, in Baltimore Beltway league action. The first goal was scored by Justin Milan on a hard shot from just outside the 18-yard line.

The second goal was scored with two minutes left in regulation. Alan Batac trapped a ball off a corner kick and, without defensive pressure, nailed a shot into the right side of the goal for the game winner.

Track and field

The Harford County Gliders, competing at Sherwood High School in Olney, had several athletes place well against over 800 athletes from Maryland, Washington and Northern Virginia.

Jill Iacchei was second in the girls 9-10 800-meter racewalk in a time of 6 minutes, 4.46 seconds. Megan Sparks finished fifth in the girls 11-12 long jump (11-3) and Amy Tolcin was fifth in the shotput with a distance of 22-5.

Competing in the boys 400 relay were Bobby Eliason, Ben Garback, Curtis Kusel, Daniel Watts and Jeremy Pomp. Chris Heaney competed in the boys 800 and Patrick Rossbach ran the 1,500.

Other 11-12 competitors were Adrienne Eckley, Bethany Hulbert, Heather McHugh, Teresa Strickland, Kristin Tourville, Megan Sparks, Rachel Kesselman and Stephanie Wardrope.

In the 13-14 girls division, LeeAnn Davis, Melissa Harris, Katie McAvoy, Katie O'Brien, Angela Simmons and Megan Svehla competed.

Girls soccer

The under-14 Bel Air Blaze won three games in recent Baltimore Beltway league competition to finish with a 6-2 record. The Blaze finished strong with a 5-0 win over the Perry Hall Spirit on goals by Rebecca Jones (three) and Becky DeFord (two). Assists were credited to Candace Gischel (two), DeFord, and Kathy Holmes.

In a 7-0 win over Belcamp, MaryBeth Rollins, Adrienne Justis, Madeleine Thompson, Shelly Ishmael, Jennifer Westervelt, Meaghan Riesner and Jones scored. Jones also added two assists, and Riesner, Westervelt, Nicole Thrift and Heidi Buchanan added one assist.

Jenny Cook and Colleen McGrath shared the shutout in goal.

In a contest against the previously unbeaten Linganore Force, the Blaze won, 2-0, on goals by Jones, assisted by Cook, and Lynn Mann, assisted by Justis. Becky Durante, Karen Stevenson and Alexis Stratigeas played well in front of goalie Cook to preserve the team's sixth shutout.

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

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