Broadneck Bruins

1990-91 Anne Arundel County Hoops At A Glance

December 07, 1990

Head coach: Bruce Springer (third season)

Assistant: Tom Cole

1989-1990 record: 23-3, defeated Largo, 57-52, for state 4A championship.

Returnees: Seniors Andrea Macey (forward-center), Crystal Adams (guard) and Talaya Williams (guard); juniors Jennifer Chapman (forward) and Theresa Cornish (forward-center).

Newcomers: Juniors Sarah Bannat (forward), Michelle Meyer (guard), April Quigley (guard), Ava Tasker (guard-forward), Amy Chaney (forward) and Jenny Jasick (forward).

Coach's outlook: "As far as duplicating last year, I haven't even thought about anything like that, and either have they. We try very hard not to compare teams. This team has a new identity for itself. They've worked very hard, and they're learning more every day. They're getting better at what they're doing. All I ask is for them to keep working hard and learning. If they keep doing that, by middle of the season we could be pretty decent. We may come around and surprise a person or two."

Anne Arundel County Sun outlook: No, the Bruins don't have the same overall talent as years past, especially in the backcourt. But they still pack a powerful wallop, and opposing teams best beware. Their inside strength is unmatched, and guards Adams and Meyers are adequate replacements. If the duo remains steady throughout the year and can feed the ball down low, and Springer gets enough guard support from reserves like Williams, Quigley and Tasker, Broadneck will win plenty of games. At least this entry should prove more harmonious, if not more successful, than the past two state titlists.

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