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March 29, 1994

Top Male

Taylor Boone, Annapolis

Boys lacrosse

Boone, a senior attackman, scored six goals and assisted on six others as the Panthers opened with a 19-5 romp over Westminster of Carroll County on Friday.

Top Female

Amy Perry, South River


Perry went 8-for-8 with three home runs and nine RBIs as South River trampled Harford Tech, 38-0, in the Seahawks' season opener Thursday. The senior center fielder's eight hits was one short of the county and National High School Federation record of nine hits in a game set by Arundel's Brenda Perusse in 1981 against Southern-AA.


Sean Ryan, Broadneck

Ryan opened the 1994 campaign by firing a three-hitter with three

walks and nine strikeouts in the Bruins' 5-1 victory over Bel Air Saturday. The victory was career win No. 100 for coach Mark Stover (100-85), who is in his 10th season.

Girls lacrosse

Jamie Pleyo, Northeast

Pleyo scored five goals and had five assists in the Eagles' 15-11 victory over Key School on Thursday.

Outdoor track

Raina Domneys, Old Mill

Domneys won four events to pace the Patriots girls to a 109-28 triumph over Westminster in a Thursday dual meet. Domneys took the 100- and 300-meter hurdles in times of 15.3 and 47.4 seconds, respectively, and also won the triple jump (36-8) and the long jump (16-9).

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