Boys' Latin lacrosse to be seen on ESPN

HIGH SCHOOLS

April 13, 1995|By LEM SATTERFIELD

ESPN's Scholastic Sports America show will feature Boys' Latin's top-ranked lacrosse team, coached by Bob Shriver, on Monday at 3:30 p.m.

The Lakers (10-0), featuring All-Metro midfielder Scott Hochstadt and second-team All-City/County attackman Chris Turner, were tabbed last September by Lacrosse Magazine to win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference crown.

Badham signs with Troy

Two-time All-Metro wide receiver Dennis Badham of McDonogh has signed to play football with Troy State University, a Division I-AA program, in Troy, Ala.

Badham established state receiving records in career receptions (154), career yardage (2,878) and career touchdown receptions (38).

Friends finds way

Taylor Smith had the game-winning goal in Friends' 3-2 triple overtime victory over B Conference rival John Carroll.

John Carroll, after struggling to a 2-12 mark as a member of the A Conference in 1993, returned to the B Conference last season and won it all.

It went undefeated in league competition and shutting out Friends, 7-0, in the title game at UMBC.

On Tuesday, Smith, Chris Murray and Matt Swann scored goals, Adam Dougherty had an assist and Mike Fine collected 12 saves for the Quakers, who improved to 3-0 in the league under coach Jon Garmen.

Western's Aviles dominating

Western senior catcher Kim Aviles has been dominating city softball teams this year, continuing where she left off a season ago.

Aviles, who hit .425 as a junior, ranks second among area batters at .666.

She ranks first in hits with 16, and is tied for the lead in triples and has eight RBIs.

Aviles is also Western's backbone on defense, helping to guide underclassmen pitchers Angeleta Evans and Tiffany George.

Evans (6-0) ranks fourth in strikeouts with 58 in 34 innings.

Western, which went 15-2 and won the District 9 city championship last year, appears to be headed for another playoff appearance.

Reach one, teach one

The city's Department of Recreation and Parks, in conjunction with Project Reach One, Teach One, is sponsoring an Easter Showcase basketball tournament for boys and girls 8 to 19 years old, and adults at Lake Clifton on April 17-21.

Smith shines on court

Western's All-Metro guard Kim Smith was a standout at the Nike All-American game in Hampton, Va., on Sunday. Smith, who signed with Georgetown, scored 12 points for the White All-Stars as it defeated the Blue All-Stars, 86-71.

Weighty changes in wrestling

Health and safety concerns have prompted tighter restrictions for high school wrestling. The measures, approved by the National Federation Wrestling Rules Committee, will take effect during the 1995-96 school year.

Each wrestler will have to:

a) Establish a certified minimum weight before Jan. 15, prohibiting recertification at a lower weight during the season;

b) Weigh in or wrestle in at least one-half of his matches during the season at the weight that he will wrestle at during the state tournament;

c) Meet a specific weight-control program, which is at least as restrictive as A and B above and is approved by the state association.

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