High School Athletes of the Week

March 14, 2001

Levi Stokes

Randallstown, basketball

The 5-foot-10 "point forward," as Rams coach Kim Rivers calls Stokes, fueled Randallstown's march to its second state Class 3A championship. Only a sophomore, Stokes registered 12 points and 13 rebounds in a 61-52 win against Westlake in the state semifinal. He followed that outing with a 12-point, six-rebound effort in a 62-54 victory over Thomas Johnson in the finals despite playing with four fouls over the last 6 minutes, 30 seconds of the game. Stokes led the Rams(20-5) in rebounds with 11 per game and posted 10 points per game.

Cheyenne Davidson

Glenelg, basketball

A 6-foot-1 sophomore center, Davidson scored eight of her team's 10 fourth-quarter points last Saturday at UMBC to help the seventh-ranked Gladiators beat Southern-Garrett County, 45-42, for their second state Class 1A basketball championship in three seasons. Davidson, who played on the JV last year and came off the bench this season, averaged 12.3 points in the last three playoff games and seven rebounds in five postseason games.

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