SoccerThe Genstar Booters club teams, both under-12 and...

RECREATIONAL ROUNDUP

June 19, 1994|By Mike Jefferson

Soccer

The Genstar Booters club teams, both under-12 and under-14, were undefeated in outdoor spring Harford County play this year.

The under-12 Booters team consists of Steve Adolph, Mike Barnes, Dan Bauer, Donald Beckman, Brad Crockett, Danny Crumbacker, Brian Donovan, Brad Frounfelker, Dustin Goodman, Bobby Griffin, A.J. Kafka, Steve Kulwicki, Steve Markiewicz, Ronnie Metzger, Nick Mummert, James Sonnichsen, Chris Szwec and Danny Troy.

The Booters under-14 team was made up of Chris Avalos, Carlo Buendia, Ryan Byrd, Pat Dempsey, Jarod Dennis, Joe Dilworth, Eddie Griffin, Brad Hickey, Alexander Ioannidis, Ryan Letke, Dan Magee, Ronnie Metzger, David Petrowski and Liz Pyzik.

Under-16 -- The Lazers S.C. recently competed against tough competition in two out-of-state tournaments. The team finished with a 2-1 record.

In Kirkwood, Del., the team was one goal away from advancing to the final round in the tournament.

Baltimore Metro Baseball

-- The Harford Sox Red have been doing everything right recently in Baltimore Metro league action. On Thursday, the Sox, after trailing 7-1 midway through the game, rallied to take a 12-11 win over the Maryland Orioles B.

In the bottom of the seventh, Jon Ferg and Scott Phillips scored on a passed ball for the game-winning runs.

Starting pitcher Mike Smith, with aid from relievers Phillips and Andy Wolf, and the rest of the team hung tough defensively. Jeff McGillan, playing with a broken thumb, made a diving catch in right field.

Matt Black powered a triple for three runs, McGillan and Ferg had doubles and Matt Burdette hit a double and a sacrifice fly.

Last Saturday, the Sox defeated the Rosedale Orioles, 18-6, in a shortened contest.

Wolf picked up the win, and the defense shone again, turning a double play in the fourth.

Pete Golumbek and Nate Weigl each homered in that game.

13-14 -- The Harford Sox defeated the Hickory Eagles, 8-3, Monday. Matt Blethen went the distance for the win, giving up five hits. The victory raised the team's record to 18-8.

Last Saturday, the team won, 4-3, in 10 innings. Trailing 3-2 with two outs in the seventh, Eric Shank connected for a triple and Brad Glascock tied the game with a single to left.

In the 10th, Jason Kingsly and Blethen led off the inning with a single and, on a sacrifice bunt attempt by Chad Blevins, the pitcher threw the ball away, and the winning run scored.

Glascock, who came on in relief in the fifth, gave up two hits and shut the door for the Sox's win.

Players with multiple hits included Kingsly (3-for-5), Blevins (3-for-6), Shank (3-for-5) and Josh Mawhinney (2-for-3). Bobby Winter, Ricky Black, Blethen and Glascock each had one hit.

Gymnastics

Fourteen gymnasts from Harford Gymnastics Center competed in the U.S. Association of Independent Gymnastics Club national championships in Greensboro, N,C., June 7-11, in open and intermediate competition.

Against 850 gymnasts from independent clubs across the county, these athletes earned placings up to 15th on individual events and up to 36th on all-around scoring.

In the Junior Open division, Mandy Naworol, 13, of Bel Air placed ninth all-around with 36.075. She was fourth on vault with 9.425, fifth on beam with 9.05 and 10th on floor exercise with 9.2.

In the Junior Intermediate division, Tracy Wolf, 12, of Fallston was ninth all-around with 36.0. On vault, she finished fourth (9.05), on floor 10th (9.2), and on uneven bars 15th (9.0).

Amanda Robinson, 12, of Forest Hill, scored 21st all-around with 35.45. She was 15th on balance beam with 8.85.

Theresa Dziwulski, 14, of Forest Hill, competing in the Senior Intermediate division, placed 12th on vault with 9.2.

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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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