Softball* 10-and-under girls -- The Westminster Rockets...


June 30, 1994|By Mike Nortrup


* 10-and-under girls -- The Westminster Rockets won their second state championship in three weeks. The Rockets went 5-1 to win the Amateur Softball Association's 10-under state title last weekend.

They clinched the crown by beating Catonsville, 12-6, Sunday afternoon. Catonsville had exited the losers' bracket to beat Westminster, 5-4, and force the final game.

Jenni Utz pitched a three-hitter, as Westminster opened with an 11-1 victory over the Freedom Sparks.

It then topped Perry Hall, 10-4. But the Rockets had to rally in the third contest, in which Lutherville-Timonium led them, 6-3, after two innings.

Alicia Kassakatis tied the contest at 6 with a three-run third-inning triple. Casey Brengle's two-run single keyed a three-run fourth that put Westminster ahead for good. The Rockets would go on to an 11-7 victory.

Brengle was 4-for-4 in the game and hit a .772 (17-for-22) for the tourney, with three homers and 14 RBIs. Shannon Hunt, who batted .541 (13-for-24) in the tourney, was 3-for-4 in the game. Jenni Utz was 2-for-4, and Angel Aversa, 2-for-3 for Westminster.

The Rockets then beat Parkville, 14-3.

In the finals, Westminster jumped to a 7-0 lead in the first two innings. Alicia Kass' two-run home run highlighted the Rockets' four-run first.

Kass later added a two-run single and was 4-for-4, with three runs scored, for the game. The Rockets' Brittany Oliver was also 4-for-4 in the championship game and Jennifer Sikorski was 3-for-4.


Freedom dropped its opening meet to Hunting Hills of Baltimore City, 249-237.

Freedom's first-place finishers were: boys 9-10 100-meter individual medley, Matt Reese; girls 9-10 100 individual medley, Leslie Edwards; boys 11-12 100 individual medley, Adam Marriott; girls 11-12 100 individual medley, Amy Hancock; boys 13-14 100 individual medley, Billy Marriott; boys 6-under 25 freestyle, Kevin Pugh; girls 8-under 25 freestyle, Deanna Edwards; boys 9-10 50 freestyle, Justin Waagbo; girls 9-10 50 freestyle, Erin Albright; boys 11-12 50 freestyle, Adam White; girls 11-12 50 freestyle, Karen Platte; boys 13-14 50 freestyle, Billy Marriott; girls 6-under 25 backstroke, Deanna Edwards; boys 9-10 25 backstroke, Matt Reese; girls 9-10 25 backstroke, Leslie Edwards; boys 11-12 50 backstroke, Adam White; girls 11-12 50 backstroke, Amy Hancock; boys 13-14 50 backstroke, Billy Marriott; boys 15-18 backstroke, Mike Worozbyt; boys 9-10 25 butterfly, Justin Waagbo; girls 9-10 25 butterfly, Leslie Edwards; girls 11- 12 50 butterfly, Amy Hancock; boys 15-18 50 butterfly, Mike Worozbyt; girls 15-18 50 butterfly, Jaime Moyer; girls 9-10 25 breaststroke, Leslie Edwards; boys 11-12 50 breaststroke, Adam White; girls 11-12 50 breaststroke, Amy Hancock.

Also, girls 9-10 200 freestyle relay, Erin Albright, Brooke Bennett, Christia Ryder and Rachel Stern; boys 11-12 200 freestyle relay, Kyle Mitchell, Greg Putman, Kevin Schreiner and Adam White; boys 13-14 200 freestyle relay, Micah Reese, Bill Marriott, Scott Sanders and Timothy Groves; mixed 15-18 200 freestyle relay, Katie Reier, Dawn Schreiner, Mike Haslam and Mike Worozbyt.

South Carroll fell to Springdale, 255-229, in its opener.

South Carroll's winners were: girls 11-12 100 individual medley, Megan Straehle; boys 13-14 100 individual medley, Matt Easterday; girls 13-14 100 individual medley, Terra Peterson; boys 15-18 100 individual medley, Aric Dietrich; boys 6-under 25 freestyle, Jason Federline; girls 6-under 25 freestyle, Megan McConville; boys 8-under 25 freestyle, Christopher Steele; boys 9-10 50 freestyle, Jason Kay; girls 9-10 50 freestyle, Michele Freeman; girls 11-12 50 freestyle, Mary Easterday; boys 13-14 100 freestyle, Matt Easterday; girls 13-14 100 freestyle, Terra Peterson; boys 6-under 25 backstroke, Bryan Collins; girls 6-under 25 backstroke, Megan McConville; boys 9-10 25 backstroke, Jason Kay; girls 9-10 25 backstroke, Kim Krebs; boys 11-12 50 backstroke, Ben Becker; boys 15-18 50 backstroke, Aric Dietrich; boys 8-under 25 butterfly, Chris Steele; boys 9-10 25 butterfly, Jason Kay; girls 9-10 25 butterfly, Michele Freeman; girls 11-12 50 butterfly, Megan Straehle; girls 13-14 50 butterfly, Terra Peterson; boys 8-under 25 breaststroke, Chris Steele; boys 9-10 25 breaststroke, Tom Lather; boys 11-12 50 breaststroke, Ben Becker; girls 11-12 50 breaststroke, Mary Easterday; girls 13-14 50 breaststroke, Jill Krebs; boys 15-18 50 breaststroke, Aric Dietrich; boys 9-10 200 freestyle relay, Will Kistler, Tom Lather, Michael Steele and John Williams; girls 9-10 200 freestyle relay, Catie Easterday, Kim Freeman, Kim Krebs and Emily McConville; boys 11-12 200 freestyle relay, Ben Becker, Dan Kesler, Chuck Kistler and Danny Soukup; girls 13-14

200 freestyle relay, Carrie Braun, Kristen Carter, Jill Krebs and Kristen Lutz.


* 14-and-under boys -- The Carroll County Rangers White team split two games with EDRECO.

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