* Atholton -- The junior varsity football team, which has...

High school notebook

November 01, 1992|By Rick Belz

* Atholton -- The junior varsity football team, which has 54 players, is 7-0 and needs one more win to complete its first undefeated season.

Quarterback Jamie Burford (four touchdown passes) and running back Ricky Trott (eight touchdowns) have led the offense.

Linebacker Billy Hite and defensive end/tackle Melvin Enderes led the defense.

* Centennial -- The Eagles have the first cross-country teams since Atholton's in 1982 to win the boys and girls titles in the same year.

Centennial's girls won their first title Thursday at Howard Community College after finishing second four times. This was the second boys title. They have finished second six times.

* Glenelg -- Edward Hogan, who won the boys cross country title Thursday, joined his brother, Gerard, as the only brothers to have won individual cross country championships.

The Adams sisters, Alicia and Kristina, already held that distinction in the girls division. By winning again this year, Alicia also joined former Glenelg runner Karen Scott as a two-time winner.

* Hammond -- The Bears' top runner at the county cross country championships Thursday was John Bussiere, who finished ninth in 17 minutes, 15 seconds.

Coleen Hines was the only Bear to finish the girls race, coming in 35th in 23:51.

* Howard -- Shannon Bagrosky scored five goals in the Lions' 9-0 victory over Glenelg on Tuesday.

* Mount Hebron -- The varsity girls soccer team has made the playoffs for the second straight year.

And varsity coach Warren Michael has promoted freshman Christina Eberhart from junior varsity. She scored 14 goals and led the team to its first winning season (5-4-2) under coaches Jason Maggio and Jessica Saltzman.

* Oakland Mills -- Eric Larsen won the B race at the county cross country championships Thursday.

His time of 17:45 would have tied him for 19th place in the A race and put him among the Scorpions' top five runners in that A race.

* Wilde Lake -- Soccer America (Oct. 26 issue) contains a photo of Hamisi Amani-Dove and a story on Rutgers' bumpy soccer season.

Amani-Dove, last year's county co-player of the year, and a U.S. under-20 national team player, is playing midfield, where the Scarlet Knights were hard hit by graduation and injuries.

He scored three goals in one four-game stretch when the Knights went 3-0- 1.

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