Top male Kelsey Watkins, Annapolis Boys basketballWatkins...


December 14, 1993

Top male Kelsey Watkins, Annapolis Boys basketball

Watkins, a 6-foot senior, shot 85 percent from the free-throw line, making 22 of 26 attempts and scoring 46 points in two games for the Panthers last week. In a season-opening, 100-88 victory over Patterson of Baltimore, Watkins had a game-high 29 points and was 18-for-21 at the line, 13 coming in the final period.

"Kelsey was the difference down the stretch for us and he also played well against Glen Burnie," said Annapolis coach John Brady.

Watkins scored 17 points (4-for-5 from the line) and had five rebounds in a 92-81 loss at Glen Burnie Friday.

Top female Jen Johansen, Northeast Girls basketball

A three-year starter, this 5-foot-6 junior had a busy week as the Eagles opened their season with a pair of romps over non-league opponents. Johansen had 32 points, 15 assists, 17 steals and eight rebounds in routs of Lutheran (89-24) and Notre Dame Prep (79-47). She had 18 points, 11 assists and eight steals against Notre Dame Prep.

Indoor track Andre Wise, Meade

Wise won the 300-meter run with a time of 36.3 seconds in the Baltimore Metro Classic at Catonsville Community College on Saturday.

"It was a tremendous time for his first meet of the season and Andre should be one of the toughest kids in the area in the 300 this year," said Mustangs coach Hayse Henderson.

Wise also ran a leg on the runner-up 800-meter relay team.


Jamie Kuch, Severna Park

Kuch, a state runner-up last year as a sophomore, won the 119-pound division in the Annapolis Tournament Saturday with a 13-0 major decision over Dan Mattson of the team champion Mount St. Joseph Gaels. Kuch posted a pair of falls to advance to the final, where he dominated Mattson.

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include all games through Saturday. Anyone can nominate a Player of the Week.

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