Soccer11-12 -- The Genstar Booters won their division in...


August 28, 1994|By Mike Jefferson


11-12 -- The Genstar Booters won their division in the Kingsville Benefit Soccer Tournament with wins over the Baltimore Football Club and the North Harford Hurricanes.

Against BFC, the Booters' Jamie Cherel, Ryan Dillinger, Steve Adolph and Mike Barnes scored in a 4-1 victory. Barnes also had an assist.

Justin Haynes and Buddy Deetz combined for five saves.

The Booters edged the Hurricanes, 3-2. Goals were scored by Greg Zawadzki and Deetz. James Sonnichsen added an assist.

Also contributing to the Booters' victory were Justin Goodman, Steve Kulwicki, Jerry Schmitt, Danny Troy, Donny Mattran, Jeremy Stifler and Vinny Tumminello.

13-14 -- The Greater Harford Soccer Club Rockets scored with minutes left in regulation to defeat St. Stephens, 3-2, and win the under-14 title at the Kingsville Benefit Soccer Tournament.

Mike Pilarski scored the game-winner. The Rockets trailed twice, 1-0 and 2-1, before rallying for the victory.

The Rockets defeated Kingsville, 5-3, to advance to the final game. Pilarski scored two first-half goals, forward John Hryncewich scored two in the second half, and center half

Christian Hinder scored a goal. Ryan Hauer, Ryan Ungaretti and Brian Lloyd had assists.

In the championship win over St. Stephens, Hinder tied the score 1-1, then Ben Healey tied it at 2-2 off an assist from Lloyd at the nine-minute mark.

Ungaretti and Healey shared time in goal to anchor a strong defense. Also contributing in the championship win were fullbacks Dan Cvach, Chris Martin, Brian Kocher, Jason Wells and Geoffrey Barrick, halfbacks Jason Koluch, Peter Howard and Robbie Johnson, and forward Patrick Hinder.

-- The Genstar Booters earned second place

in the 13-14 division, with their most decisive win coming over Jarrettsville, 7-0.

Goals were scored by Brent Haberkam, Ryan Langrehr, Zawadzki, Deetz, Nick Mummert, Bobby Winter and Brian Dempsey.

Assists were provided by Winter, Mummert, Cherel, Adolph and Haberkam.

?3 Haynes and Deetz defended goal for the Booters.


Omar Fraser, 14, of Joppatowne, a swimmer with the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, recently returned from the Eastern Zone All Star Championships at the University of Pittsburgh.

He joined other local NBAC teammates, which met qualifying times, to represent Maryland in the long-course championships in the 50-meter pool at the university. More than 1,000 swimmers from Virginia northward competed.

Fraser qualified in six events, achieving personal bests in the 400 individual medley (5 minutes, 16.74 seconds), 200 IM (2:26.69) and the 100 freestyle (59.76). He also competed in the 50 free (27.50), 100 backstroke (1:07.28) and 200 back (2:35.07).

Megan Riddle, who celebrated a birthday two days before the competition, was placed in the 13-14 bracket, where she advanced to final competition in the 400 IM and placed third (5:18). Riddle also placed fifth in the 200 IM (2:31).

Natika Dannenfelser placed eighth in the 100 breaststroke (1:21), Brooke Frederick earned a personal best in the 50 free, and Erin Greason a personal best in the 100 breast. Other NBAC competitors from Harford County included David Beach (10-under, 100 fly), Adrianne Kotula (13-14, 100, 200 butterfly), and Andrea McDonough (13-14, 100 fly).

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