Players Of The Week

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

December 26, 1990

TOP MALE ATHLETE

BRIAN HUNT

South River

Wrestling

Hunt capped a big week that included four pins in five matches by winning the competitive Lackey (Charles County) Tournament over the weekend in the 145-pound division. The senior grappler was the lone Seahawk to win an individual title, as the team finished 6th in a 17-team field.

Starting off the week with a pin over a Northeast opponent, Hunt roared through the Lackey Tournament unbeaten. His first two victories came via first-period falls; he went into the second period for a pin in his third bout.

Ranked second in the state, Hunt defeated fourth-ranked Vince Higgs of Thomas Stone (Charles County) for a second time this season, taking the 145-pound final with a narrow 4-3 decision over Higgs.

TOP FEMALE ATHLETE

STEPHANIE LAZOR

Northeast

Basketball

Lazor fired in a career-high 26 points, grabbed 15 boards, dished out three assists and had two steals Thursday night as the Eagles snapped a two-game skid with a 55-42 victory over Class 4A Glen Burnie.

Coach Calvin Vain's Class 2A Eagles ran their overall record to 4-2 as Lazor, a 5-11 senior, led the way.

BOYS BASKETBALL

C.J. PRINCE

North County

Despite two more losses and an 0-6 start in its inaugural boys hoop season, North County has been getting steady play from Prince, a 6-foot senior guard.

Prince pumped in a season-high 32 points Thursday night in a 74-56 pounding at the hands of Meade. The classy backcourter sank all seven of his free-throw attempts while hitting a dozen field goals, one from three-point range.

On Tuesday, Prince banged in a game-high 14 points in a 61-48 loss to Glen Burnie.

INDOOR TRACK, MALE

KEITH HODGE

Severna Park

Hodge set a new county standard in the high jump Friday at the Anne Arundel County Relays, at Baltimore's 5th Regiment Armory. Hodge jumped 6 feet 6 inches, beating the old record by 4 inches

INDOOR TRACK, FEMALE

AMY REUSING

Old Mill

Reusing took one of the two individual field events in the Anne Arundel County Relays Friday. The Patriot athlete copped the shot put event with a toss of 29 feet 10 inches, topping her nearest opponents by almost 3 feet.

Selected by the sports staff of The Anne Arundel County Sun for the week ending Dec. 22 . Only players nominated by coaches and the public are selected for the Players of the Week column. Nominations must be phoned to Pat O'Malley's 24-hour Sportsline, 647-2499, absolutely no later than 11 p.m. Sunday for inclusion in Tuesday's paper.

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