Recreation Club open until Sept. 7

Neighbors

August 30, 1998|By Cynthia Kamman | Cynthia Kamman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

The soccer and football teams are practicing, the bands are warming up and school starts tomorrow, so summer must be over.

Not quite. The Andover Recreation Club will stay open through Sept. 7, giving parents one last week to enjoy the local swimming pool while the kids are in school. Now isn't that worth taking a day off work for?

There's also one last Teen Night at the club this summer. Teens will have music, pizza, dancing and swimming from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday at the pool on Main Ave in Linthicum. The cost is $2.

Swim team highlights

In Sue Wenzlick's fifth year as coach, the Andover Swim Team finished the season with three wins and two losses. And as team member Andy Myers pointed out, the losses were narrow ones.

A member of the Central Maryland Swim League, the team moved up to Division 4 this year. Lauren Raymond was assistant coach, Eric Norton and Carolyn Henry were the junior coaches, and Kathy Krause was the swim team representative.

Aaron Krause provided a highlight of the season when he set a club record for the 50-meter backstroke, swimming it in 30.06 seconds at the Central Maryland Swim League divisional championships July 25 at the Padonia Swim Club. The old record of 30.80 seconds was established by Tom Wolfe in 1971. John Leidig tied the record in 1982.

These team members swam the best times in their events during the season:

Girls 6 and under: Becky Bastien, 25-meter freestyle and 100-meter freestyle relay; Kasey Richardson, 25-meter backstroke; and Jessica Jones, 100-meter freestyle relay.

Boys 6 and under: John Summers, 25-meter freestyle, 25-meter backstroke and 100-meter freestyle relay; and Samuel Anacker, 100-meter freestyle relay.

Girls 8 and under: Brittany Casey, 25-meter freestyle, 25-meter backstroke, 25-meter butterfly, 25-meter breast stroke and 100-meter freestyle relay; and Erin Harrington, 100-meter mixed (boys and girls) relay.

Boys 8 and under: Greg Twist, 25-meter freestyle and 100-meter mixed relay; Michael Bachenis, 25-meter backstroke; and Matthew Dawson, 25-meter butterfly, 25-meter breast stroke and meter mixed freestyle relay.

Girls 9 and 10: Erin Brady, 100-meter individual medley (butterfly, backstroke, breast stroke and freestyle), 50-meter freestyle, 25-meter backstroke, 25-meter butterfly and 200-meter freestyle relay; Megan Dawson, 25-meter breast stroke and 200-meter freestyle relay; Kelsey Frank, 200-meter freestyle relay; and Stephanie Norton, 200-meter freestyle relay.

Boys 9 and 10: Kevin Brody, 100-meter individual medley, 50-meter freestyle, 25-meter butterfly and 200-meter freestyle relay; Thomas Wetzel, 25-meter backstroke and 200-meter freestyle relay; Adam Fink, 25-meter breast stroke and 200-meter freestyle relay; Kyle Poff, 200-meter freestyle relay.

Girls 11 and 12: Caitlin McHale, 100-meter individual medley, 50-meter freestyle, 50-meter butterfly, and 200-meter freestyle relay; Diana Casey, 50-meter backstroke and 200-meter freestyle relay; and Meaghan Mohr, 50-meter breast stroke and 200-meter freestyle relay.

Boys 11 and 12: Luke Pasqualucci, 100-meter individual medley, 50-meter freestyle, 50-meter backstroke, 50-meter butterfly and 200-meter freestyle relay; Andy Brady, 50-meter breast stroke and tied in the 200-meter freestyle relay; Wesley Ferwerda, 200-meter freestyle relay; and Michael Eder, 200-meter freestyle relay.

Girls 13 and 14: Caitlin Harrington, 100-meter individual medley, 50-meter backstroke and 200-meter freestyle relay; Stephanie Edger, 100-meter freestyle and 200-meter freestyle relay; Catherine Citroni, 50-meter butterfly and 200-meter freestyle relay; and Danielle Muller, 50-meter breast stroke and 200-meter freestyle relay.

Boys 13 and 14: Paul Norton, 100-meter individual medley, 100-meter freestyle, 50-meter backstroke, 50-meter butterfly and 200-meter freestyle relay; Nathaniel Perry, 50-meter breast stroke and 200-meter freestyle relay; Adam Bilenki, 200-meter freestyle relay; and Jonothan de la Garza, 200-meter freestyle relay.

Girls 15 to 18: Carolyn Henry, 100-meter individual medley, 100-meter freestyle, 50-meter backstroke, 50-meter butterfly and 200-meter mixed freestyle relay; and Lauren Raymond, 50-meter breast stroke and 200-meter mixed freestyle relay.

Boys 15-18: Aaron Krause, 100-meter individual medley, 100-meter freestyle, 50-meter backstroke, 50-meter butterfly and 200-meter mixed freestyle relay; and Andy Meyers in the 50-meter breast stroke and 200-meter mixed freestyle relay.

Yard sale

The Wicklow Woods Homeowners Association has scheduled its annual yard sale for 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at residents' houses.

"There will be a lot of stuff," said association president Greg Halpern. "Usually at least one-third of the homes participate. I believe the nice part is that the community is self-contained -- three cul-de-sacs on a dead-end street -- so you can enjoy the yard sale by parking and then walking from house to house."

Rain date is Sunday.

Pub Date: 8/29/98

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