* Annapolis -- Football coach Roy Brown is glad that...

High school notebook

November 01, 1992|By Pat O'Malley

* Annapolis -- Football coach Roy Brown is glad that senior running back Shawn Taylor (883 yards and 13 touchdowns rushing going into this weekend) decided to transfer back to Annapolis after a year at Old Mill, where he did not play football.

* Archbishop Spalding -- Senior football/baseball star Jeff Paxson had a successful shoulder operation last week, and though his pass-receiving days are over with the Cavaliers, he expects to be 100 percent by baseball season.

* Arundel -- Freshman quarterback Pat Cilento, who has sparkled in recent weeks for the Wildcats, is the son of longtime Springbrook High (Montgomery County) coach Bob Cilento.

* Broadneck -- Junior Jen Hogan served 14 straight service points with four aces in the first game of a three-game sweep for the Bruins over Southern on Tuesday by 15-0, 15-6 and 15-5.

* Chesapeake -- Cougars field hockey coach Jerry Raab says goalie Holly Colajezzi "is only a sophomore who is doing an outstanding job and is one of the reasons we are on a roll going into the playoffs."

* Glen Burnie -- Jack Wildt's goal with about five minutes to go in the second overtime gave the Gophers' boys soccer team its first win of the season, 1-0, over Meade on Thursday.

* Meade -- The Mustangs' field hockey team (1-10) posted its first win of the season Tuesday, 3-1, over Archbishop Spalding (7-4-2), with senior Toni Sellner scoring two goals.

* North County -- Shawn Moyer started the week as the county's leading scorer in boys soccer, with 18 goals and four assists. Frank Brown is the leading scorer in football, with 120 points on 20 touchdowns.

* Northeast -- The Eagles dedicated their 1992-93 Sports Program publication to the school's repeat state 2A championship baseball team of veteran coach Harry Lentz.

* Old Mill -- Baseball coach Mel Montgomery is ecstatic over the school's baseball renovation project, which will include a grass infield for 1993. The old field had an all-dirt infield, and the Patriots hope to end up with something comparable to the excellent diamond at Arundel.

* Severn School -- Believe it or not, the Admirals' eighth-ranked field hockey team (7-2-3), which boasts the county's leading scorer in Brenna Ryan (16 goals) was shut out, 1-0, by unranked Bryn Mawr (3-3-1) on Tuesday. It was Bryn Mawr's first Association of Independent Schools league win.

* Severna Park -- Coach Tim Dunbar's volleyball team, ranked No. 2 by The Baltimore Sun, is No. 25 in this week's Mizuno top 25 national poll published by USA Today. The Baltimore Sun's No. 1 team, Centennial of Howard County, is the only other nationally ranked local team, at No. 20.

* Southern -- The Bulldogs junior quarterback Joe McCafferty was intercepted only five times in 84 pass attempts in the first eight games with 36 completions, 486 yards and four touchdowns.

* South River -- Yielding just 95 total points in its first eight football games, the Seahawks were topped only by North County's 94.

* St. Mary's -- In last week's 13-0 victory over Archbishop Curley in football, Saints linebacker Mark Zeller was in on a season-high 15 tackles.

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