Athletes Make All-star Teams

November 21, 1990

Eight Carroll County athletes were selected to the Central Maryland Conference All-Star first teams in both girls soccer and field hockey.

In girls soccer, Liberty and South Carroll each placed three players on the first team.

Rachel Horneman, Julie Cox and Debra Price were selected from Liberty while Liz Masterson, Tammy Peiffer and Kelly Clutter were chosen from South Carroll. Westminster's Lisa Brown and North Carroll's Vickie Jackson also received first-team honors.

Conference champion Westminster placed three first-team all-stars in field hockey. The first team was: Latha Naganna, Amy Grocki and Kelly Burk, Westminster; Becky Woodford and Christina Pratt, Liberty; Amy Masters and Valee Baker, South Carroll; and Stacey Kent, North Carroll.

In football, Carroll teams placed 10 members on the first team, led by Westminster senior Andy Ingalls, who was selected as an offensive guard and a defensive lineman.

Westminster's Mike Rodgers was a defensive back selection, while teammate Todd Leppert was the conference's standout punter.

Liberty's Eric Snyder was a first-team linebacker selection, and Jeff Wagner was a top defensive back, while teammate Matt Shilling was selected the conference's top tight end.

North Carroll's Wade Zufall, who led the county in receiving, was selected at wide receiver, and teammate Jay Snell was named to the defensive backfield. Dave Braughton of South Carroll was chosen the top center.

Conference champion Liberty placed four players on the 11-member boys' soccer first team.

Brian Ziegenfuss, Greg Carline, Blake Beares and Bill Reigel were all first-team selections from Liberty.

They were joined by Westminster's Scott Carpenter and Matt Kaplan on the first team, along with North Carroll's Kris Keeney.

In volleyball, North Carroll's Lisa Garland and Liberty's Sandy Hartman were selected to the six-member first team.

A total of 105 Carroll athletes were selected to the CMC's first, second or honorable mention teams in football, boys and girls soccer, volleyball and field hockey.

Westminster led the way with 44 selections, followed by Liberty (28), South Carroll (22) and North Carroll (21).

Francis Scott Key's girls soccer standouts Erin Murphey and Amy Dunn were selected to the first team of the Monocacy Valley Athletic League's All-League team.

In cross country, Key's Jason Wilhide was a MVAL first-team selection along with Mitch Jones.

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