Anne Arundel County Athletes of the Week

January 04, 1994

Top male

Todd Singleton, Old Mill

Boys basketball

Singleton took MVP honors in pacing the Patriots to the surprise championship of the Northern Tournament in Calvert County. The 6-foot-4 senior scored 29 points in a pair of tournament wins, including 18 in the 71-69 victory over Arundel in the final. Old Mill opened with a two-point thriller over Pallotti in double overtime and then nipped then No. 14 Arundel by two in the finale. Singleton also had 19 rebounds, 10 assists, three steals and six blocked shots in the two games.

Top female

Kristen Nicolini, Annapolis

Indoor track

Nicolini established a course record last Tuesday at the Diamond State Indoor Track Invitational to qualify for next month's prestigious Melrose Games at Madison Square Garden in New York. The Panthers' junior ran the 1,600 meters at the University of Delaware in a record 5 minutes, 52 tenths of a second and will be among the top runners in the country at the Melrose Games.

Girls basketball

Shannon Henderson, Annapolis

Henderson scored 41 points and grabbed 29 rebounds in a pair of wins as the Panthers repeated as champions of their own Capital City Classic. The 6-foot-1 senior had 22 points and 15 rebounds in the 55-47 victory in the final over Frederick Douglass of Prince George's County.


J. P. Noon, Arundel

Noon ran his personal record in the heavyweight division to 11-0 (eight pins) with a 5-0 decision over North County's Corey Fowler as the Wildcats successfully defended their title in the 15th annual Arundel Tournament. Host Arundel had 175.5 total team points to 164.5 by runner-up Independence of West Virginia.

Note: Nominations should be called into Pat O'Malley's 24-Hour Sportsline, (410) 647-2499, by 9 p.m. Sundays and should

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

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