Tullai to take place in AD Hall of Fame


April 27, 1995|By LEM SATTERFIELD

Mitch Tullai (St. Paul's) will be inducted into the athletic directors' Hall of Fame at the Maryland State Athletic Directors' Association's 19th annual spring conference this weekend in Ocean City.

Tullai, 67, served as the school's athletic director from 1953 to 1978 and retired from coaching football in 1993 as the area's second winningest coach with a 209-126 record and 10 Maryland Scholastic Association championships over 41 seasons.

Moorhouse to coach Gibbons

Bryan Moorhouse has been named head coach of Cardinal Gibbons varsity basketball team after a stint as interim varsity coach beginning in January. Moorhouse has been at the school for 20 years. Excited about the number of players returning next year, Moorhouse is optimistic about contending for the Catholic League championship next season.

Chambers to Georgetown

All-Metro shooting guard Melba Chambers of St. Frances has signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Georgetown University.

Chambers, 5 feet 11, averaged 18 points and six rebounds for the Catholic League champions. At Georgetown, Chambers joins former All-Metro Co-Player of the Year and Baltimore Sun Female Athlete of the Year Kacy Williams (Hammond), who started as a guard for the Hoyas this past season.

All-Metro guard Kim Smith (Western), who led the Doves to two straight 4A state crowns, signed early with Georgetown last fall.

Western's Chanel Wright, the All-Metro Player of the Year who is

headed for the University of North Carolina, recently was named an All-American by USA Today.

Senior basketball games

The Baltimore Metro Basketball Coaches Association is sponsoring the sixth annual Rodney Beasley Memorial senior all-star games tomorrow at Southern-B.

The girls game begins at 6:30 p.m., followed by the boys at approximately 8:15. Tickets are $4. Information: Meredith Smith, (410) 396-1495.

Sports day at City

City College is having its inaugural alumni Tailgate and Spring Sports Day Saturday beginning with noon registration and tailgate party, followed by the athletic events starting at 1 p.m.

Information: Jeff Malter (410) 235-3945.

MacMullan to coach basketball

McDonogh athletic director Jack MacMullan will become the school's boys basketball coach next season, replacing Albie Schwartz, who after five years will concentrate on his job as dean of students. MacMullan's previous experience includes stints at Columbus (Ohio) Academy and Haverford (Pa.) School.


Jason Taylor, a wide receiver for McDonogh, recently signed with Virginia Tech, and Loyola lacrosse attackman Dave Kennedy, verbally has committed to Cornell University.

Taylor joins All-Metro teammates Bobby Sabelhaus (quarterback, Florida), Dennis Badham (wide receiver, Troy State) and Dwayne Stukes (defensive back, Virginia) in committing to Division I programs, and Kennedy is among nine Dons to commit to Division I in lacrosse.

Bound for England

Coach Mike Working has said that his Mount St. Joseph football team, in conjunction with the World League of American Football, will play in two high school exhibition games in England against St. Pete's Academy from Staten Island, N.Y., and another undetermined American team in June 1996.

The games, slated for June 10 and June 16, likely will be played as preliminary or halftime events.

"It'll be a great cultural event for our students, and we're grateful to be invited and to be involved," said Working, whose former college coaching acquaintance, Jimmy Nipper, of American Tours, worked with WLAF European Markets director Oliver Luck to set up the event.

"We'll be opening this up to the community, whether there are parents, teachers, friends or relatives who want to go."

Information: Working at Mount St. Joseph, (410) 644-6364.

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