Stoutenborough, McDonald headed for Barton

April 04, 1996|By Rick Belz | Rick Belz,SUN STAFF

Dan Stoutenborough of Oakland Mills and Mike McDonald of Centennial have signed to play soccer on scholarships at Barton College in North Carolina.

The two have been teammates on the Columbia Rangers club team.

Stoutenborough, 6 feet and 150 pounds, captained the Scorpions to a state Class 2A championship in 1994.

He is a two-time state Olympic Development selection and has played on club teams that have won four state cup titles.

McDonald, 5-8 and 130, played on three Class 3A state championship teams at Centennial.

Last season Centennial Barton's coach. "The Columbia area has a rich tradition of successful school and club teams, and these two guys will come to us with outstanding backgrounds. I was able to see them both play several games for the Columbia Rangers in the Capital Cup in Northern Virginia at Thanksgiving and in the Raleigh Shootout in December.

"Daniel is a very versatile player, and with his height and talent in the air I hope that he will play the center of midfield or defense for us. He is likely to be a player we will target on restarts and should give us a real presence as a ball-winner.

"Mike has outstanding quickness and could play any number of positions for us, including outside midfield or marking back. He plays with great intensity every second he is on the field."

Barton competes at the NCAA Division II level in the 11-member Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference (CVAC). The Bulldogs were 9-7-1 a year ago and have shared two regular-season championships in the past five years. Atholton's Jim Albert was presented with the Maryland Scholastic Football Coaches Association's John W. Voight Assistant Coach of the Year Award last week at the University of Maryland.

Albert was one of four coaches with at least 20 years of service to receive the award.

He has been an assistant football coach at Atholton for 21 years. He also coached two years at Howard and one at Towson State.

Howard needs grid coach

Howard has an opening for a varsity head football coach.

Last year's head coach, Joe Thomas, is leaving after one year to join the faculty at Long Reach when that new school opens next fall. He will be the assistant football and wrestling coach there, as well as girls outdoor track coach.

Howard's football team was 5-5 overall and 2-5 in the league last season.

Golfers wanted

Any high school golfer wishing to play for the Howard County Golf Club should call one of the following numbers to apply for a limited number of spots:

Atholton, Carol McIlvain, (301) 854-2583; Centennial, Roger Sexton, (410) 997-0693; Glenelg, John Sargeant, (301) 854-6748; Hammond, Linda Masters, (410) 381-2549; Howard, Bob and Sherry Chaney, (410) 730-0637; Mount Hebron, Ben Williams, (410) 442-2810; Wilde Lake, Rod Turner, (410) 465-0880.

The first matches will be held April 16 at Turf Valley Country Club.

Davidson awards

The 11th Annual Robert Davidson Scholar Athlete Program for county public high school graduating seniors will award scholarships of $2,000 to the top male and top female applicants.

There also is a runner-up scholarship of $500 in each category.

The minimum requirements are a 3.25 GPA, SAT score of 1,000 and five varsity letters earned.

See school principals or guidance counselors for applications. Deadline for applying is April 19.

American Legion

Rich Jenkins has scheduled an American Legion tryout for players ages 16-18 at 5 p.m. on April 14 at Howard High School.

Anyone living in the Howard, Centennial, Mount Hebron or Lansdowne school districts is eligible. Call Jenkins at (301) 776-8733.

A second American Legion team covering the Atholton, Oakland Mills, Hammond and Wilde Lake school districts also will play this season. Contact manager Jeff Price at (410) 992-0084.

Pub Date: 4/04/96

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