BOYS Walter Hill St. Paul's, basketball The 6-foot-1...

Athletes of the Week

February 27, 2002


Walter Hill

St. Paul's, basketball

The 6-foot-1 senior small forward was a success on both ends of the court for the Crusaders. Hill registered 10 points, 11 rebounds, five assists and four steals in a 58-39 victory over Boys' Latin in a semifinal of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference tournament last Thursday. The team captain followed that performance by posting 12 points, nine rebounds, five assists and four steals in a 69-55 defeat of Gilman in the championship. In that contest, Hill limited the Greyhounds' leading scorer, Scott Gehring, to 17 points. Hill's play was a major factor in St. Paul's improving to 19-5, claiming the No. 16 ranking in the metro area, and capturing its first MIAA title in five years.


Heather Landis

Chapelgate, basketball

The 5-foot-3 sophomore point guard earned Most Valuable Player honors after leading the No. 19 Flames (24-5) to a clean sweep at the Delaware County Christian School Tournament in Pennsylvania. She scored 54 points, hit eight three-pointers, handed out 26 assists and had 18 steals in victories over three Pennsylvania opponents. Landis had 25 points, nine assists and four steals in an 84-31 win over Plumstead; 20 points, eight assists and eight steals in a 70-41 win over Philmont; and nine points, nine assists and six steals in the 67-50 win over Lititz. A week earlier, Landis helped the Flames upset St. John's at Prospect Hall to win the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference title.

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