Wentworth, Moyer take top honors

May 09, 1993|By Pat O'Malley | Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer

Allison Wentworth of Old Mill and North County's Shawn Moyer took honors as the top female and male on the Anne Arundel All-County Academic-Athletic Team awards ceremony Thursday evening at the BWI Marriott.

The 11th annual ceremony honoring the county's top 20 student-athletes was sponsored by The Baltimore Sun and was part of the Anne Arundel Trade Council Spring Membership Meeting.

Wentworth and Moyer both have 4.0 grade-point averages and are ranked No. 1 in their senior classes.

Wentworth played volleyball and basketball and is involved in numerous school and community activities, including volunteering at the Ruth P. Eason School For Handicapped Children.

The Old Mill senior is headed to Washington College on the Eastern Shore on an academic scholarship.

Moyer, the only three-time member in the history of the Academic-Athletic team, played basketball for his first three years and soccer and lacrosse. His diversified involvement in school and community was the most exceptional among the nearly 70 who applied for this year's team.

The North County valedictorian excels athletically as an All-County performer in both soccer and lacrosse. Moyer has an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy.

Other students who received plaques included:

Boys -- Brian Cha, Severn School, three sports, 4.0 GPA; Matt Criscimagna, Annapolis, two sports, 3.5 GPA; Jason Fullmer, South River, three sports, 3.3 GPA; Ronald Grover, Annapolis, two sports, 3.9 GPA; Jason Hull, Broadneck, three sports, 3.3 GPA; Chris LeCron, Chesapeake, two sports, 3.5 GPA; Kevin Reichardt, St. Mary's, three sports, 3.9 GPA; Steve Smith, Old Mill, two sports, 3.5 GPA; and Tim Trotta, Mount St. Joseph, two sports, 3.8 GPA.

Girls -- Kathryn Brady, Arundel, two sports, 3.4 GPA; Anne Chicorelli, Old Mill, three sports, 3.8 GPA; Christine Cole, Severn School, two sports, 4.0 GPA; Melissa Holmes, St. Mary's, three sports, 3.8 GPA; Kathryn Kemerer, Broadneck, three sports, 4.0 GPA; Amy Langville, Archbishop Spalding, two sports, 4.0 GPA; Kelly Mabe, Archbishop Spalding, three sports, 3.8 GPA; Megan O'Brien, Archbishop Spalding, two sports, 4.0 GPA; and Cory Samaras, Annapolis, two sports, 3.9 GPA.

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