Francis Scott Key Eagles

1991 Cross Country Outlooks

September 08, 1991

Coach: Jim Bullock, third year Last year's record: BOYS -- Third in the county, second in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League, first in Class 1A Region II, Class 1A state champions. GIRLS -- Fourth in the county

Top returnees: BOYS -- Seniors, Mitch Jones, David Cavey; junior, Justin Wildasen; sophomores, Bryan Cherneski, Rob Andrews. GIRLS -- Seniors, Cindy Bollinger, Sarah Ensor, Sarah Belt, Pam Cole, Neina Meyer.

Top newcomers: BOYS -- Senior, Jim Clarius; junior, Jonathan Hjembo; sophomores, Kenny Oldham, Mike Bassler, Ryan Polk, Cal Shaffer; freshmen, Brad Roberts, Jefrey Wright, Jerry Wright, Brent Blythe. GIRLS -- Senior, Eleni Koutsouradis; sophomores, Shannon Hugg, Jennifer Suidikas

Coach's comments: BOYS -- "We've really built the programup. I'm very pleased. We should be stronger this year." GIRLS -- "Wewant to be competitive in dual meets, and we want to earn respect inthe league. Our minimum goal is to make the state meet as a team. Itdepends on the bottom four (runners) and how they battle for fifth place."

The Carroll County Sun's outlook: BOYS -- The addition of Clarius makes the Cavs state title contenders, especially since traditional power Brunswick has lost several top runners to graduation. Middletown may still be in the way of the MVAL title, but Key should give the Knights a run for the money. Second in the county is a realistic goal. GIRLS -- With solid numbers for the first time in many years,Key could finish as high as the middle of the pack in both the county on MVAL races.

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