FOR THE FIRST TIME this year, Arundel Middle School offered wrestling in physical education classes, and more than 50 students participated.
They learned rules, basic techniques, strategy and sportsmanship and were graded on participation, effort and improvement.
In the 70-pound division, Adam Peterson took first place, Matt Davis placed second, and Paul Clayton took third. In the 95-pound division, first place went to Doug Campbell, second to Aaron Holmes and third to Eric Govan. The 110-pound division, first-place winner was Mike Gregory; second, Taylor Connolly; and third, Ryan McDonald.
The sixth-grade 115-pound division winners were James Johnson, first place, Doug Campbell and Justin Ford third. The eighth-grade 115-pound division winners were John Sines, first, and Jason Ford, second. In the 125-pound division, John Sines, first place, Mike Gregory, second, and Ryan McDonald, third. The 132-pound division winners were Bill Devanne, first place, Maurice Franklin, second, and Chris Rodriquez, third. In the heavyweight division, Billy Read took first and James Matthews took second.
The girls division winners were Danielle Tubaya, first, and Tasha Moulden, second. The top four fastest pins went to Brady Wise, 19 seconds; Adam Peterson, 22 seconds; Kevin Campbell, 23 seconds; and John Sines, 26 seconds.
Math contest winners
Odenton Elementary School recently held a fifth-grade math contest with 30 students competing to complete 30 problems in 30 minutes. James Depfer won first place, answering 23 problems correctly. Krystle Ronque and Nick Fronapfel tied for second, both answering 21, and James Conway came in third answering 19.
Ice cream social
The Odenton Heritage Society will hold its annual ice cream social from 1 to 4 p.m. June 1 at the grounds of Epiphany Church, at Morgan and Odenton roads.
This year's social will focus on Odenton's 125th anniversary. Two other important dates related to the founding of Odenton will be recognized: the establishment of the Odenton Post Office and the beginning of passenger train service at Odenton Station.
In addition to ice cream, homemade baked goods and fresh-squeezed lemonade, there will be old-fashioned games for the children with prizes, face painting and an antique firetruck. The Pascal singers will entertain.
The society's craft group members will be dressed in period costumes made by Sally Shoemaker. The Odenton Fire Company and other community organizations will have displays.
Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children ages 6 to 12. Children under 6 are free. You can mail a check payable to the Odenton Heritage Society Inc., P.O. Box 282, Odenton 21113 or call Shoemaker at 410-674-3171.
Culinary herbs workshop
Marion Adams of Gambrills Nursery, will conduct a workshop at the O'Malley Senior Center's monthly Flower and Herb Guild meeting from 1 p.m. to 2: 30 p.m. tomorrow.
Adams will demonstrate how to create a culinary herb garden. Participants will need a pot or container and a small trowel. Potting soil and plants will be available for purchase. Aromatic herbs will also be available. Registration is required.
For information or to register, call 410-222-6227 or 301-621-9515.
Pub Date: 5/20/97