16 metro-area players selected for 2nd Super 44 football game

March 16, 2000|By Lem Satterfield | Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF

Hereford's two-time All-Metros C. J. Feldheim and Adam Hendrix and Milford Mill's two-time All-Metro Richard Johnson are among Baltimore-area players picked to play for Team Maryland against Northern Virginia's All-Stars in this summer's second annual Super 44 football game.

The Maryland-bound Feldheim will play on defense, Hendrix on offense. Johnson, headed for Virginia Tech, will play wide receiver in the game at W. T. Woodson High School in Fairfax, Va., on July 1.

Virginia won last year's game. The Super 44 replaced the Chesapeake Football Classic at Maryland's Byrd Stadium, which was tied at three wins for each state.

Other Baltimore-area players offensively include All-Metros Rob Abiamiri (Mount St. Joseph, wide receiver), Richard Tuohey (Gilman, tight end) and Mike Jenkins (South Carroll, offensive line), Mike Hall (Parkville, second-team All-Metro running back, the state's top rusher last fall), linemen Terrence Gibson (Dunbar) and Lou Lombardo (Calvert Hall), and receivers Jason Galloway (Old Mill) and Noel Duhaney (Woodlawn).

Team Maryland's defense will include All-Metro defensive backs Erik King (McDonogh) and Vince Fuller (Woodlawn), All-Metro linebacker T. C. Cosby (McDonogh), second-team All-Metro Joe Salsich (Severn), and linebacker Matt Farber (Westminster).

Fuller is bound for Virginia Tech, Cosby to Penn State, Salsich to Maryland.

Others on the team include Maryland-bound quarterback Chris Kelley (Seneca Valley) and Penn State-bound linebacker Derek Wake (DeMatha).

Western Tech coach Jason Blind and Old Mill's Mike Marcus will be assistants to DeMatha's Bill McGregor.

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