* Annapolis: Former Al Laramore-coached athletes wishing...

High school notebook

October 18, 1992|By Pat O'Malley

* Annapolis: Former Al Laramore-coached athletes wishing to attend his Oct. 22 induction to the Anne Arundel County Sports Hall of Fame should call Michael's Eighth Avenue at (410) 768-7901. The longtime Panthers coach died in 1989.

* Archbishop Spalding: The volleyball team ran its record to 9-0 this week, making it 20 in a row over the past two years for the Cavaliers of coach Linda Millford-Taylor.

* Arundel: Led by Gary Carpenter, Fred Ryder and Paul Willis, the Wildcats' golf team, already the District V and county A Division champion, hopes to add the county tournament championship Tuesday at Eisenhower Golf Course.

* Broadneck: A big week in fall sports starts Tuesday for the Bruins. They visit 7-1 North County in boys soccer, and on Friday play host to 5-1 Glen Burnie in volleyball and neighbor Severna Park in a key 4A Region IV football game.

* Chesapeake: Cougars 16-year field hockey coach Jerry Raab got her 100th career win Tuesday, a 6-1 decision over Meade.

* Glen Burnie: Former Gophers star volleyball and softball pitcher Jenny Parsons is starring for the East Carolina volleyball team as team leader in assists and among the leaders in several other categories.

* Meade: The Mustangs' JV football team (5-1) dealt Severna Park (5-1) its first loss, 12-0, on Oct. 8.

* North County: Knights teacher and girls lacrosse coach Tom Taylor brought his defending Region XX champion Catonsville Community College women's soccer team to Anne Arundel CC (3-6) and left with a 3-1 victory and 8-0 record.

* Northeast: The Eagles' homecoming is set for Friday in Pasadena with Southern of Harwood as the football opponent at 7 p.m.

* Old Mill: Brad Boetig came in 11th and Jessic Davis eighth as the boys and girls cross country teams finished fifth and sixth, respectively, in the Harford Invitational.

* Severn: Jim Nolan, president of the Admirals' Athletic Association, announced the joint bull roast between Severn and rival St. Mary's after the Nov. 7 football game will be called The First River Classic.

* Severna Park: The 24-12 victory over Glen Burnie on Oct. 2 was the school's 180th in football.

* Southern: With a 3-1 victory over Meade on Tuesday, the Dawgs' field hockey team ran its record to 3-3-1 as the school's most successful fall sports team. The football (2-4), girls soccer (3-5) and volleyball (0-7) teams all have losing records.

* South River: Dan Camarrita finished eighth (18 minutes, 29 seconds) in the Meade Autumn Classic and second among county competitors to Arundel's Geoff Warren (18:04), who was third.

* St. Mary's: Football coach Brad Best credits defensive coordinator Mike Codd for his Saints (4-2) holding the opposition to 70 points in six games.

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