HCYP Raiders 12U MABA Team

The HCYP Raiders 12U MABA team traveled to Cooperstown Dreams Park in New York for an opportunity to compete with 104 teams from across the country and Canada. The Raiders played nine games over four days, winning the first two games of the tournament round. Team members are (bottom row L-R) Ryan Gilbert, David Riina, Matthew Durkee, Craig Wiley and David Stevens; (middle row L-R) Connor Rudel, Ben Jackson, Gavin Ross, Michael Germaine, Hunter Koele, Keith Wilder and Jake Alagna; (top row L-R) Paul Alagna, Mike Gilbert, Steve Durkee and Andrew Durkee. (Photo submitted by Steve Durkee / July 16, 2013)

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Baseball

The EYO 8-U travel team, winners of the MABA regular season after going 16-2 and the EYO-hosted Stars n' Strikes 8-U division tournament, ended its season with a championship in the Cal Ripken Maryland State 8-U tournament.

The tournament, which has been hosted by EYO for many years, featured 30 teams. The EYO team finished 7-0 to win the tournament, beating Queen Anne's County in the championship. It was the third consective state title for Elkridge in the 8-U division, and this year's team finished 50-10 overall.


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Players for the EYO 8-U travel team are Conner Bosley, Stone Russell, Griffin Haberern, Sean Dawes, Luke Rosendorf, Landon Cooley, Jackson Bauer, Jackson Corrao, Lucas Glynn, Hayden Hair, Michael Brogno and Nick Greaves. The team is coached by Randy Bosley along with assistants John Haberern, Danny Rosendorf, Eric Bauer and Larry Dawes.

The HCYP Raiders 12U MABA team traveled to Cooperstown Dreams Park in New York for an opportunity to compete with 104 teams from across the country and Canada. The Raiders played nine games over four days, winning the first two games of the tournament round after competing in six games of pool play. Team members are Ryan Gilbert, David Riina, Matthew Durkee, Craig Wiley, David Stevens, Connor Rudel, Ben Jackson, Gavin Ross, Michael Germaine, Hunter Koele, Keith Wilder, Jake Alagna, Paul Alagna, Mike Gilbert, Steve Durkee and Andrew Durkee.

Running

Fifty-one runners participated in either a two-mile or 10k run through the Thunder Hill neighborhood on a muggy summer evening last week. Mark Eagles and Kendra Smith were the two-mile winners, while Karsten Brown and Amanda An led the way in the 10k race. Volunteers: Donnie Chapman (race lead), John Bratiotis, Melissa Burger, Denise Hyde, George Kroeker, Faye Weaver, Jeffrey Weaver and Matthew Weaver.

Two-mile results:

1. Mark Eagles, 12:00; 2. John Chall, 12:58; 3. Kendra Smith, 13:45; 4. Rick Hughey, 13:52; 5. Gregg Ford, 14:21; 6. Emily Bonham, 14:25; 7. Bob Lande, 15:28; 8. Mike Fleming, 15:39; 9. Jennifer Moynihan, 15:49; 10. Kash Hartz, 16:23.

11. Nathan Capelle, 17:35; 12. Michael Reed, 17:38; 13. Roger Calvert, 17:41; 14. Lisa Reyes, 18:27; 15. Antonio Camacho, 18:48; 16. Bethany Firebaugh, 18:51; 17. Cindy Cohen, 20:52; 18. Ethan Hartz, 20:58; 19. Grant Heidebrecht, 21:12; 20. Len Guralnick, 21:33.

21. Steve Reading, 23:29; 22. Jose Camacho, 24:10; 23. Arleen Dineen, 24:51; 24. Dana Heidebrecht, 29:04; 25. Kevin Hartz, 29:05; 26. Stanley Way, 30:40; 27. Pauline Chvilicek, 32:24; 28. Rod Burley, 32:25.

10k:

1. Karsten Brown, 38:54; 2. Steve Bohse, 42:32; 3. Mike Bohse, 44:39.0; 4. Leonard Supsic, 44:39.7; 5. Chad Burger, 47:49; 6. Stephen Mang, 47:56; 7. Amanda An, 48:53; 8. Marc Burger, 49:25; 9. Bill Stahr, 50:04; 10. Chris Farmer, 50:23.

11. Bromley Lowe, 50:43; 12. Karen Young, 52:06; 13. Eric Johnston, 53:36; 14. Byron Henry, 53:38; 15. Marsha Demaree, 54:14; 16. Debbie Sharp, 54:49; 17. Cris Eck, 55:00; 18. Terri Wytko, 55:18; 19. Bethany McGee, 57:09; 20. Dave Matthews, 57:22.

21. Juan Fernandez, 1:02:24; 22. Hans Meurer, 1:06:17; 23. Amanda Idstein, 1:08:05.

Rylan King, the only runner to finish in under five minutes, won the Centennial Fun Run last week while veteran Fun Runner Becky Gessler led the women. Six-year-old Henry Kvech clocked a PR with his 8:47 finish. The Tripp family, Fun Run pioneers, all trailed William who finished in 7:51. The next Fun Run will be on July 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Centennial neighborhood. For more information call 410-465-7735 or visit the Striders website.

Top finishers:

1. Rylan King, 4:59; 2. Brian Shadrick, 5:17; 3. Luis Diaz, 5:24; 4. Mark Eagles, 5:27; 5. Elishu Peterson, 5:27; 6. Evan Calvert, 5:44; 7. Kevin Allen, 6:00; 8. Jason Kraisser, 6:11; 9. David Kearns, 6:19; 10. Bruce Worley, 6:20.

11. Ron Knight, 6:20; 12. Mark Worley, 6:21; 13. Becky Gessler, 6:22; 14. Eric Jayne, 6:25; 15. Erik Metz, 6:28; 16. Katie Gessler, 6:36; 17. Kirsten Wikner, 6:42; 18. Marc Burger, 6:45; 19. Laura Gidley, 6:49; 20. Steven Grufferman, 6:56.

21. Eric Johnston, 7:00; 22. Garrett Lash, 7:07; 23. Kash Hartz, 7:08; 24. Mark Lash, 7:10; 25. Russell Mosley, 7:14; 26. Christopher Gunning, 7:29; 27. John Metz, 7:31; 28. Calvin Kraisser, 7:31; 29. Tommy Maloney, 7:35; 30. David Matthews, 7:37.

31. Dominic Corriere, 7:39; 32. Heather Stroble, 7:39; 33. Tracy Ringel, 7:40; 34. Larry Boodin, 7:43; 35. Amelia Mullican, 7:47; 36. William Tripp, 7:51; 37. Holli Kraisser, 7:52; 38. Cliff Kraisser, 7:53; 39. Jason Tripp, 7:54; 40. Antonio Camacho, 7:55.

41. Mery Ego, 7:57; 42. Roger Calvert, 7:58; 43. Sam Corriere, 7:59; 44. Mark Corriere, 8:00; 45. Joseph Tayabsi, 8:07; 46. Adam Loudin, 8:08; 47. Grant Heidebrecht, 8:10; 48. Lori Jayne, 8:11; 49. Maurice Key, 8:11; 50. Erika Mosley, 8:14.