Freedom Optimist softball* 12-and-under girls -- The...


June 09, 1994|By Mike Nortrup

Freedom Optimist softball

* 12-and-under girls -- The Slammers dealt the Wild Thangs their first loss of the season, 13-11.

Cara McConville went 5-for-5 for the winners, with a triple and double; Bethany Hall was also 5-for-5. Candice Reagan added four hits, including a double and triple; Elizabeth Horrell had three hits, including a double, and added a sacrifice fly.

The Slammers' Jennifer Brophy reached base four times, with two hits and two walks. Hall and Brophy also turned in excellent defensive plays.

The Sylvan Learning Center Sour Apples and Grave Diggers played to a 10-10 tie.

The Diggers' Tracie Faith tied the game with a home run in the bottom of the seventh inning. Jennifer Reahl and Kate Hartman were 3-for-4 for the Diggers. Outfielders Rebecca Armstrong and Amanda Bange made excellent catches, squelching Sour Apples rallies.

Faith and Armstrong were 4-for-4, pacing the Grave Diggers to an 18-13 win over the Marlins.

Kate Hartman, Jennifer Reahl and Kristen Petrucelli were 3-for-4 for the winners.

The Wild Thangs prevailed over the Sylvan Learning Center Sour Apples, 13-12.

Lacy Ashly, Theresea Jason and Bethany Modracek each collected two hits for the Apples, and Christina Warholic led the team with four runs scored.

Michelle Cavanaugh paced the winners' attack, going 3-for-4 with a double, triple and home run, scoring three times. Rebecca Podobnik provided the key defensive play with a great catch of a line drive off the bat of Lynn Sonnenleiter that could have tied or won the game for the Sour Apples.

The Terrors got past the Sour Apples, 13-11. Stephanie Wilder was 4-for-4, scoring three runs for the Terrors, and Karen Thompson supported with a 3-for-4 game and scored four runs. Lynn Sonnenleiter paced the Sour Apples' attack, going 3-for-4 with a long home run.

Bethany Modracek was 4-for-4 with a triple and scored three runs for the Apples. The Apples' Nicky Boehme and Jocelyn Petit de Mange were 2-for-3.

Freedom Optimist lacrosse

* 12-14 boys -- White pushed its record to 9-0 with a 15-3 victory over Maroon.

Kevin Roy and Tim Chairs each scored three goals for White, and Roy dished off five assists. Mike Rabinovitz had five assists to go with two goals. Chad Rabinovitz, Adam White, Doug Richmond, Adam Richmond, Micah Reese, Chris Heck and Scott Sanders each added a goal for White, which has clinched the regular-season title.

Chris Sraver scored twice, and Bryan Dods, once, for Maroon. Evan Cunningham and Dustin Heneman each added an assist.

Lee Windsor paved the way with five goals and two assists, as Gold topped Black, 9-7.

Jason Veneziani added two goals and two assists for Gold, Chris Norris had a goal and assist, and Eric Schottler, a goal. Pete Schaffer added two assists.

Mike Pearsall had three goals and an assist for Black, Tom Freedman added two goals and two assists, and Tim Hymiller, a goal and two assists. Greg Hymiller also scored for Black.

Rob Onda had nine goals and an assist, to lead Orange to a 13-11 win over Grey. He leads the division with 88 points (63 goals and 25 assists). Drew Gibson added three goals for Orange; Dave Martin and Travis Spampinato each scored once. Tres Johnson tossed in four goals and had one assist for Grey, and Will Gunther had three goals. Andrew Bettis added two goals and an assist, and Mark Dykes, a goal for Grey.

Mike Rabinovitz scored five goals, as his White team upended Grey, 12-8.

Tim Chairs supported with three goals; Mike Heck, Chad Rabinovitz, Kevin Roy and Ryan Wynn each added one. Pat Wynn had an assist.

Will Gunther had three goals for Grey, and Tres Johnson and Justin Felmey each tacked on two. Travis Beccelo added one goal for Grey.

Onda scored 10 goals and added four assists to lead Orange to a 15-12 win over Black.

Spampinato added five scores. While overshadowed by Onda's performance, Black's Mike Pearsall also had a good game, with six goals and two assists.

Black's Tim Hymiller chipped in with three goals, Tom Freedman scored twice and had two assists, and Erik Fischer added a goal.

Gold downed Maroon, 8-1. Josh Phelps and Lee Windsor paced Gold's attack with four and three goals, respectively. Kacey Norris added a goal, and Jason Veneziani, two assists.

* 9-11 boys -- Grey pushed its first-place record to 9-0 with an 18-3 win over White.

Owen Hubbs, Dave Stansbury and Eric Vizzini led Grey with four goals apiece, and Chet Cairns added three. Tim Freedman added two scores for Grey, and Jordan Bosley, one. Joe Beal scored twice for White, and Chris Gomola, once. Brian Phillips added an assist.

Blue topped Orange, 8-5, as Kris Gooding and Mark Donahue paced the winners' attack with three goals apiece. Andrew Gordon and Anthony Aschenbrenner each supported with a goal; Todd Farnum and Mike Dougherty each tacked on an assist.

Chad Parker, Justin Waagbo, Eric Wright, Mark Dennis and Ryan Adams each scored a goal for Orange, and Chris Steele added an assist.

Baltimore Sun Articles
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.