Scholar Athlete banquet recognizes 89 tonight

Urbana, W. Maryland to receive special honors

March 07, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

A total of 89 area high school football players will be honored tonight at the 38th annual Scholar Athlete Awards dinner at Martin's West in Woodlawn.

Five regional scholarship winners will be selected, with one of the five being selected as the grand winner. A total of $10,000 in scholarship money will be awarded to the winners.

The event is sponsored by the Baltimore chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. Special achievement awards will be presented to Urbana High School and NCAA Division III Centennial Conference champion Western Maryland College.

The McDonogh School will be honored with the presentation of the A. Paul Menton Award as the area's top scholastic team. Longtime Football Foundation member and former board president Dennis J. Cox will receive the foundation's Service to Football Award.

Tickets are $40. For more information call 410-668-6901.

The scholar-athlete nominees:

Aberdeen, Michael Miller; Annapolis, Nicholas Good-Malloy; Curley, Michael Armstrong; Spalding, Matthew Ferguson; Arundel, Paul D'Imperio; Atholton, Robert Olson; Bel Air, Michael O'Malley; Boys' Latin, Ferdinand Onnen; Broadneck, Jordan Rathlev; Brunswick, Karl Pfistner; C.M. Wright, Heath High; Calvert Hall, Timothy Kenny; Gibbons, Dennis Wilderson; Carver Vo Tech, Reginald Goodman; Catoctin, Bradley Nesbitt; Centennial, Wyatt Cooper; Chesapeake (AA), John Hackman; Cheasapeake (BC), Siaffa Jones; City, Melvin Bond; Douglas, Brian Proctor; Dulaney, Trevor MacMeekin; Dunbar, Antoine Colvin; Dundalk, Stephen Tomlinson; Eastern Tech, Bereket Godsey; Edgewood, Ethan Bailey; Edmondson, Reginald Jones; Fallston, David Gonano; Forest Park, Tavon Whitty; Francis Scott Key, Jason Billings; Franklin, Adam Abramowitz; Frederick, Zachary Ross; Friends, Daniel Sale; Gilman, Greg Lotz; Glen Burnie, Donald White; Glenelg, Alexander Martinez; Thomas Johnson, Phil Bailey.

Also, Hammond, Jason Maxey; Harford Tech, Ronald Martin; Havre de Grace, Jovan Brooks; Hereford, Todd Leitzel; Howard, Jonathan Hall; John Carroll, Mark Filiaggi; Joppatowne, Bryant Jones; Lansdowne, Michael Brown; Liberty, Kevin Magaw; Linganore, Walter Baseler; Loch Raven, Brandon Douglas; Long Reach, Travis Poling; Loyola, Clifton Lennon; McDonogh, Kellen Williams; Meade, Oluyomi Savage; Merganthaler, Leonard Moore; Middletown, Christopher Cook; Milford Mill, Lamarr Jones; Mt. Hebron, Robert Hempel; Mt. St. Joseph, Ryan Fisher; North Carroll, Christopher Painter; North County, Michael Pfisterer; North Harford, Patrick Starleper; Northeast, John Ruff; Northern, Deon Everette; Northwestern, David Campbell; Oakland Mills, Stefan Pastor; Old Mill, Aaron Dada; Overlea, Emeka Nwodim; Owings Mills, Adam Beytin; Parkville, Michael Miller; Patapsco, Samuel Lazaro; Patterson, Dominique Williams; Perry Hall, Robert Munroe; Pikesville, Yury Gimburg; Poly, Okechuwu Akpa; Randallstown, Wilbert Epps; River Hill, Christopher Kupec; St. Mary's, Kevin Joyce; St. Paul's, Kris Kogelschatz; Severn, Andrew Habeck; Severna Park, Philip Choe; South Carroll, Nickolas Kraus; Southern (AA), Stephen Rietschel; Southwestern, David Simon; Towson, Erik Borchelt; Urbana, Sean Mondichak; Walbrook, Terrance Medley; Walkersville, Jason Abbott; Western Tech, Zachary Oleszczuk; Westminster, Jonathon Burger; Wilde Lake, Dane Brown; Woodlawn, Jonas Philipsen.

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