The Sun for Anne Arundel Academic-Athletic Team

May 03, 1993|By Pat O'Malley

1993 Girls Academic-Athletic Team

Kathryn Brady


Class: Senior

GPA: 3.44. SAT: 1,140

Sports: Volleyball and lacrosse.

Other activities: Senior Board Member, Key Club; chairwoman of Key Club MS Super Cities Walk; announcer, girls basketball games and morning announcements; SADD volunteer and Paddle for People group; volunteer elementary school reader.

College: UMBC

Capsule: Brady won the Miss Maryland National Teen-ager Pageant last year and is included in "Who's Who Among American High School Students."

Captain of the volleyball team, Brady is starting goalie on the Wildcats' lacrosse team while actively involved in many other school and community activities.

"Kathy is a very hard worker in class and a leader in her lab group," wrote Paul M. Yannuzzi, science department chairman. "She doesn't get by with just the minimum but strives to learn more about each area of science."

Anne Chicorelli

Old Mill

Class: Senior

GPA: 3.85. SAT: 1,150

Sports: Volleyball, basketball and track.

Other activities: National Honor Society; Student Government rep; treasurer, Varsity Club; math tutor; peer counselor; member CYO and church volunteer.

L College: Kent State University, full basketball scholarship.

Capsule: An integral member of the team that won an unprecedented three straight Class 4A state girls basketball titles and a first-team All-Metro player, Chicorelli is also an honorable-mention Maryland Distinguished Scholar and National Merit Scholar.

Ranked 15th in a class of 450, Chicorelli has "unquestionable leadership qualities," said social studies teacher Nadine O. Dow, who added, "she is a go-getter and has the ability to work exceptionally well alone and also with others."

Counselor Frank Rager said she "is imaginative, dynamic and conscientious. An avid reader, she has acquired an extensive vocabulary."

Christine Cole

Severn School

Class: Senior

GPA: 4.00. SAT: 1,360

Sports: Field hockey and lacrosse.

Other activities: National Honor and Cum Laude societies; head delegate, Model OAS Delegation; prefect; Admissions Tour guide; Spanish, Ceramics and Italian exchange clubs.

College: University of Virginia.

Capsule: Described as "an outstanding athlete, both physically and mentally," by lacrosse coach Catherine Carper, the same can be said of Cole as a student.

Norwood Johnston II, Severn's director of college counseling, said Cole has "exhausted Severn's curriculum in English,

mathematics, science and history," and will have five advanced placement courses on her resume by graduation.

"Because of her heightened level of responsibility, her diligence and her superior organizational skills, students and faculty look to her for leadership, whether on the playing fields or in student activities," wrote Johnston.

Melissa Holmes

St. Mary's

Class: Senior

GPA: 3.81. SAT: 1,080

Sports: Soccer, basketball and lacrosse.

Other activities: President, National Honor Society; Senior Class and Student Council rep; member of SADD; Music Ministry; sports reporter for the inter-school TV show.

College: University of Maryland.

Capsule: A talented three-sport athlete and captain all three teams, Holmes plays "with an intense, aggressive, almost reckless abandon, a real pleasure to watch," wrote soccer coach Jerry Tobin.

Tobin said Holmes' approach to academics is the same, and his feelings were echoed by Hank Gareis, chairman of the social studies department and the Saints' head boys basketball coach.

"As an A student, she is a true leader in the classroom, always willing to help others," Gareis wrote. "Her input day in and day out [in sociology and psychology] helped to make each class challenging and successful."

Kathryn Kemerer


Class: Junior.

GPA: 4.0. SAT: not taken.

Sports: Soccer, basketball and lacrosse.

Other activities: National Honor Society; member of SADD; Student Government.

Capsule: Kemerer, ranked No. 1 in her junior class and an All-County performer in soccer and starter in three sports, holds the distinction of being the only underclassman to be named to this team.

"Katy obviously sets high standards for herself and works steadily to reach her goals," wrote Broadneck guidance counselor Sharon Kolstad. "Of all the students I work with, Katy ++ is the one I consider the most well-balanced in all facets of her life."

History instructor and assistant athletic director Tim McMullen wrote, "Her creativity and tremendous desire to acquire new knowledge are the key factors in Katy's academic success."

Amy Langville

Archbishop Spalding

Class: Senior

GPA: 4.0. SAT: 1,340.

Sports: Volleyball and basketball.

Other activities: President, National Honor Society; organized Adopt-A-Family Collection and personally delivered goods to needy families; Olympics of the Mind and Leadership seminars; Bible school aide and volunteer; math tutor; youth sports referee.

College: Mount St. Mary's, full basketball scholarship.

Baltimore Sun Articles
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.