Sports Shorts

Sports Shorts

The following are the results of the Tamarack Women’s Nine-Hole Golf Association’s Aug. 28 outing. The game played was Baker’s Half-dozen — seven best holes— full handicap.

Joan Semen won the A Flight with 15, followed by Edythe Gutman (17), Inge Robinson (19) and Bobbi Block (19). Diane Del Masto won the B Flight with 11, followed by Dot Peters (15), Marion Batchelor (16) and Jeanne Reaph (19). Rosanne Marosy won the C Flight (9), followed by Ronnie Bohn (14), Mary Thompson (16) and Gloria Frock (18). Annabelle Donnamaria had fewest putts with 13.

The following are the results of the Tamarack Women’s Nine-Hole Golf Association’s Sept. 11 outing. The game played was stroke play, full handicap. Mary Ann Gelsinon won the A Flight with a 31, followed by Sandi Sulam (36), Joan Koskins (36) and Lois Perrotta (41). Marion Batchelor won the B Flight with a 33, followed by Terri MacAllister (35), Doris Colgrove (37) and Diane Del Masto (38). Joy Goldstein won the C Flight with a 33, followed by Barbara Thomsson (41), Gloria Frock (43) and Helen Michna (43). Gelsinon had fewest putts with 15.

The Sayrevile High School girls varsity and jayvee soccer teams will hold a soccer clinic over the next two Saturdays from 9 a.m.- 11 a.m. at the Sayreville Soccer Complex on Bordentown Road. The clinic is open to any girls ages 5 and up, and will cost $5 per player, with all proceeds benefitting the program’s booster club.

In a match where the attack dominated, the Old Bridge Warriors soccer team were at the top of their game in a 4-1 win over the Holmdel Stallions this past Sunday. The Warriors’ goals were nicely distributed over four different players from a variety of field positions, while dominating the opponent throughout most of the game.

The defense of Hursh Vasant, Liem Nguyen, Rich Einwechter, David Abrams and Joe Sastoque played an outstanding match, blunting the opposing team’s attack and bringing on the counterattack. In the midfield, Kevin Reseter, Tony Pahumi, Khaled Issa and Albie Ramku put together a near-perfect blend of defense and offensive play to keep possession in Old Bridge’s favor. Midfield wings Mike Joilibois and T.J. Glynn virtually owned the touchlines all game and spread the opposing defense across the field. Forwards Colton Gerdon, Dan DiLeonardo and Paul Schuster pushed the attack and kept the opposing defense guessing the entire match. Goalkeeper Philip DiMauro, playing with an injury to his thigh, closed down all but one of Holmdel’s scoring opportunities, stopping five shots on goal. Goals were scored by Dan DiLeonardo, Colton Gerdon, Mike Joilibois and T.J. Glynn.

The U11 Old Bridge Rockets defeated the Alliance Firestorm 2-0 to capture their first win of the fall season Sunday in Old Bridge. Goaltender Alejandro Diaz lead the charge with seven saves while Christian Llerena, Jordan Moretti, Init Patel, Harry Grewal and Sami Abdisubhan combined for 21 stops. Adam Eyerman scored twice, leading the Old Bridge attack. Nick Petruzzi, Charles Mantione, Shawn Orzechowski, Eric Medina, Caine Czerula, Nick Santurro and Steven Contreras also powered Old Bridge in a well-played, spirited team effort.

The Morgan Magic, a new Sayreville Athletic Association 12U girls travel softball team, is looking for players for the 2004 season. The Magic will be a Class B ASA/NSA/PONY registered team. The team’s first tryout is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 27, at 9 a.m. at the Laurel Park upper field. Please contact Coach Gary at (732) 727-7506 or via e-mail at saamagic@aol.com for more information.

Old Bridge Little League 2004 registration will be held at the clubhouse on Route 516 on Oct. 3 (7-9 p.m.), Oct. 4 (11 a.m.-2 p.m.), and Oct. 5 (11 a.m.-2 p.m.). The fee is $45 for cubs, $55 for all other individual players, and $65 for families, plus refundable work bond. New registrants must bring birth certificates. For more information, call (732) 257-4252.

Future Stars of East Brunswick 11U travel baseball team is currently holding tryouts. Only a couple of positions are available. If you are a serious player and would like a chance to become a Future Star, please contact Manager Mike Venezia at (732) 651-7652 or mipnvenezia@msn.com. Players must not turn 12 prior to July 31, 2004.

Registration for the 2003-2004 Sayreville Recreation Wrestling Program is currently under way for children through the eighth grade at the Mickey Sedlak Recreation Center on Dolan Street in Sayreville, weekdays from 8:30 to noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. There will be a special evening registration on Monday night, Sept. 22, from 6 to 7 p.m. The cost is $60 for residents, $65 for nonresidents. The program, now in its 11th season, begins the week after Thanksgiving and lasts until March. Practices are held from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. at the Arleth Elementary School gym. For information call the Recreation office, (732) 390-7096 or (732) 390-7092

The U15 Old Bridge Roadrunners girls travel soccer team is looking for several experienced travel players to fill its roster for the spring 2004 season. The team will be playing in MOSA National 1 or National 2. The Roadrunners will card the team this summer so it can play in tournaments in either the fall or winter. Please contact coach Elliot Reiter for more information at ereiter422@aol.com or call (732) 591-0483.

The Sayreville Stingrays girls’ fastpitch softball organization will be holding tryouts for the 2004 season on Sept. 20 and Sept. 27. The Stingrays are a Class A travel program entering their sixth year. They currently have several openings for the 12U team (contact manager Don Deleto at (732) 613-5172), the 14U Blue team (contact Jim Makowski at (732) 651-0740), and two openings for utility players for the 14U White team (contact manager Rich Olender at (732) 525-2599).

The Battle of Monmouth Lady Stallions, a U17 girls’ fall soccer team, is looking for one or two dedicated select players for the future. The Lady Stallions are 15 girls from 11 different high schools who are serious about soccer and were finalists this year in state cup and the National 3 vs. 3 championship in Orlando, Fla., in January. They are looking to play in college showcases and elite tournaments with top competition. Contact LadyStallions@aol.com or check out eteamz.com/Ladystallionssoccer for more information. Or call Bruce at (732) 536-6528.