Top maleJamar Mullen, SouthernFootballMullen, a 6-foot...


September 21, 1993

Top male

Jamar Mullen, Southern


Mullen, a 6-foot, 165-pound senior, scored three touchdowns as Southern (3-0) defeated then No. 11-ranked (1-2) Wilde Lake, 48-0, in Harwood. The two-way back caught TD passes of 10 and 24 yards from quarterback Joe McCafferty and also scored on a 27-yard scamper.

Top female

Pam Patterson,

South River


Patterson, one of the metro area's premier volleyball players, had 32 kills and 20 digs in a pair of season-opening victories over two Charles County schools in Thomas Stone (3-0) and LaPlata (3-2) last week.

Boys soccer

Brad Leahy, Southern

Leahy had a pair of goals to pace the Dawgs of new coach Chuck Laur to a season- opening 5-2 rout of Surrattsville of Prince George's County.

Football, defense

Troy Fowlkes,

North County

Fowlkes led the sixth-ranked Knights (3-0) to a 51-14 demolition of the Cou

gars (2-1) with 14 unassisted tackles, a safety and his second interception return for a touchdown (53 yards) this season.

Football, specialist

Corey Contee, Southern

A speedy returner and place-kicker, Contee ran back three punts for 105 yards in the first half to set up three scores in the Dawgs' stunning 48-0 assault on Wilde Lake.

Football, line

Jeff Ogle, Annapolis

Ogle, a 6-foot-2 and 245-pound tackle, was the key blocker for running back Kenny Boyd, who rushed for 102 yards and the game's only touchdown from two yards out in the first period as the 10th-ranked Panthers (2-1) beat (0-3) Mount St. Joseph, 6-0.


Field hockey

Anne Zollinhofer, Meade

Zollinhofer scored two goals to pace the Mustangs to a season opening 4-1 triumph at Thomas Stone in Charles County.

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