Track and fieldwalks and a double. He...


Track and field

walks and a double. He scored three times and had one RBI.


Emmorton took advantage of an early lead to defeat Gunpowder, 217-93, in a Harford Swim League meet shortened by thunderstorms Wednesday night.

Emmorton's more than 100 swimmers overpowered the Gunpowder team, which has about 40 swimmers. But Emmorton also has been performing well this season against other top-notch competition.

Last Saturday, Emmorton edged Maryland Golf & Country Club, 236-234, in a meet that was decided in the final relay events.

Jodi Encapera was one of several swimmers for Emmorton to win multiple events. She took gold in the girls 13-14 100-meter individual medley, finishing the course in 1 minute, 13.12 seconds. She also took first in the 50 free (30.38) and the 50 butterfly (32.22).

Meredith Eyler was right on her heels in the 100 medley (1:14.66) and 50 fly (34.00), taking second in each event. Eyler took the gold in the 50 back, finishing in 37.38.

Jamee Eben was tough to beat in the girls 15-18 50 free, taking first in 28.53. She won the 50 back in 34.66 and was tops in the 50 fly (32.38).

For the boys, Dan Machovec won the boys 15-18 100 IM in 1:13.41, the 50 breast in 38.57 and the 50 fly in 32.50.

In relay competition, Stephanie Hightower, Megan Yonych, Eyler and Eben

combined to win the final leg of the meet, finishing the girls step-up 200 freestyle relay in 2:11.70.

Baltimore Metro Baseball

Bel Air scored two wins recently in Metro League action. It defeated Baltimore Youth Baseball, 10-4, behind the strength of pitcher Kim Danielle. He pitched five innings, giving up five hits while recording five strikeouts.

Baltimore went up early, 4-0, on four unearned runs, but Bel Air countered quickly to take a 5-4 lead.

At the plate, Danielle was 3-for-4. Larry Hughes was 3-for-4 with two doubles, Adam Bantner went 2-for-4 with a double, and Ian Minnichbach was 2-for-4 with two singles.

Bel Air also defeated the Emmorton Mudhens, 9-2, Wednesday night. Greg Schaab went the distance, giving up five hits, striking out one and walking one.

Hughes, who is on an 11-game hitting streak, was 2-for-3 with a double and improved his average to .460.


To report recreation scores and results send detailed information to: Sports, Harford County, Baltimore Sun, 15 Churchville Road, Suite 112, Bel Air, Md, 21014. Deadline is noon Thursday. Fax # 893-3252.

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