Laine Harris set three pool records last week to lead the host Bay Hills Swim Club to a 349-106 victory over Whitehurst.
Harris, competing in the girls 10-and-under age bracket, set pool records in the 100 individual medley (1 minute, 24.60 seconds), 50 freestyle (33.44) and 25 backstroke (18.06).
Meanwhile, Martha Harden of Whitehurst set a pool record in the 12-and-under girls 100 individual medley with a winning time of 1:22.56. Harden also took first in the 50 backstroke (38.46) and 50 butterfly (35.74).
Jeff Britton of Bay Hills, competing among the 10-and-under boys, took first place in the freestyle, IM and backstroke.
In the girls 18-and-under competition, Elizabeth Keenen of Bay Hills captured first place in the IM, backstroke and butterfly events, and Alison Calcaterra of Whitehurst took first in the freestyle and was runner-up to Keenen in the butterfly and backstroke.
Stephen Kelly of Bay Hills was a triple winner in the 12-and-under boys bracket, taking first in the IM, breaststroke and freestyle. In the same division, teammate Brian Gillen captured first place in the backstroke and butterfly.
Bay Hills' Chris Bryce, competing among the 18-and-under boys, placed first in the 50 breaststroke (43.83), 100 freestyle (1:20.96) and 100 IM (1:28.94). Teammate Mike Bangert, competing in the same age group, took first in the 50 backstroke (40.06) and 50 butterfly (40.63) and was second to Bryce in the breaststroke.
Sean Taylor and Kristin Siano -- both of Bay Hills -- took first place in their respective divisions in the 6-and-under exhibition freestyle race. Taylor won the boys division by edging teammate John Frey and Ryan Ahmed of Whitehurst, and Siano won by holding off teammates Whitney Baker and Rachel Holt.
Youth baseball * 9-10 boys -- The Tigers downed the Dodgers, 14-3, Friday evening to advance to last night's Lake Shore Mustang League championship.
The Tigers blew it open with five runs in the third inning. Jason Frailey held the Dodgers scoreless in his three innings on the mound and contributed several key hits, as did teammate Adrian Titus.
* 13-and-under boys -- The Pasadena Panthers defeated the Peninsula Athletic League, 12-5, as Dave Dolch gave up three hits in six innings to earn the win.
Dolch, Tommy Lupinek, B. J. Ford, Josh Wark, Brian Griffiths, Jay Brandt and Jeff Brown had an RBI each, and Ford and Nick Klug combined to score six runs.
The Panthers then defeated Crofton Red, 9-2, as Wark and Tommy Lupinek combined on a one-hitter. Wark, Dave Dolch, Greg Tyson and John Jones combined for nine RBI.
* 35-and-over men -- Tom Wheeler went the distance, scattering seven hits, and hit a bases-clearing double to lead the Lawmen Rangers (7-5) to an 11-4 romp over the Arundel A's (5-7) in the Chesapeake Men's Seniors 35-and-over baseball league.
Wheeler struck out five and walked three in pitching all nine innings.
"Tom pitched well, and center fielder Rick Rutherford and left fielder Glen Hester each made outstanding plays defensively," said player/coach Perry Sauers. Wheeler hit his three-run double in the sixth and scored on an error.
Mark Pearson homered for the A's; Gary Gladden took the loss and gave way to his brother, Mark, in the seventh inning.
* 14-and-under boys -- The Kazmarek Little Orioles, whose 41-game winning streak ended in Carroll County on Thursday, bounced back to sweep a doubleheader from the Yankee Rebels "B" team Saturday in the Baltimore Metro 14-and-under league.
The Little Orioles beat the Yankee Rebels, 18-1 and 10-0, at Archbishop Curley High to clinch the Metro League regular-season championship. With a record of 25-1 in league play, the Little Orioles lead the West Division by seven games over the Atholton Reds (18-8) with five games left.
Jared Vogt (12-1) and Mike Evans combined for the first-game victory, and left-hander Curt Smith (8-0) picked up the win in the second game.
Chris Calvert was 4-for-4 in the second game and 6-for-9 in the doubleheader.
After beating the Carroll County Rangers White team, 20-0, Wednesday with homers by Chuck Garner and Billy Walter (11th), the Little Orioles dropped a 7-6 decision at Carroll County Community College to Carroll County Blue (17-9).
Matt Martin drove in four runs in the loss, and the Little Orioles left the tying run on third base.
The loss was the first in Baltimore Metro play for the Little Orioles. With basically the same team, they went 30-0 in 12-and-under play two years ago.
* MultiSport -- The MultiSport acrobatics team of Crofton captured gold, silver and bronze medals at last week's 1993 United States Sports Acrobatics Federation National Championships at UMBC.
The men's fours acrobatic group of Brian Payne, Tom Hamblin, Darren Taylor and Brian Zerrlaut won the national championship in the 19-and-over age group. Hamblin followed with a silver medal in the men's platform tumbling.
Jennifer Jett, Erin Kupstas and Angela Heugel took the bronze medal in the 19-and-over women's trio competition, missing the gold medal by one-tenth of a point.
Hamblin and Courtney Davis took fourth place in the advanced mixed pairs, and Payne and Melissa Snow finished 10th.
Karen Logan, Veronica Hoffman and Chrissy Kousin took seventh place in the advanced women's trio, and Megan Glaze and Megan Willoughby captured ninth place in the intermediate women's pairs.
The MultiSport acrobatics team captured 12 medals, including six gold, at the National Invitational Tumbling Meet last week at UMBC.
Several MultiSport tumblers made the "Nine Club" for scoring 9.0 or better out of a possible 10 points. Meaghan O'Reilly led the way with a 9.63 on her back salto pass and a 9.36 on the front salto series.
MultiSport's other National Invitational champions were Elizabeth Krauss, Meredith Carpenter of Crofton, Brian Zerrlaut of Millersville, Courtney Davis of Crofton and Andy Kim of Severna Park.
Water polo * Annapolis WPC -- Competing in two divisions, the Annapolis Water Polo Club opened its Eastern Water Polo competitive schedule last week by winning four games and losing five.
In Division I action, Annapolis had a tough start, losing to the New York Athletic Club, 16-8, the Toronto Phantoms, 18-9, and Hudson Valley (N.Y.), 19-12, before edging Providence (R.I.), 19-18.
Chris Tengwall dominated the scoring for Annapolis with 24 goals, and goalie Joe Alton recorded 20 saves.
Annapolis fared better in Division III action, beating Syracuse (N.Y.), 18-12, the Greenwich (Conn.) Cardinals, 15-13, and Reading (Pa.), 16-13, and losing to Hartford (Conn.), 18-15, and the TGIF Kingfish of West Lawn, Pa., 5-4.
Rich Slingluff led Annapolis with 12 goals, followed by Pat Donlin with 10 and Bill Bayly and Jason Golaboski with eight each. Kevin O'Neill was in goal for Annapolis and emerged with 36 saves.
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