Glenelg pacing foes in 2A West football

Six golfers from county make state tournament


High Schools

October 11, 2002|By Rick Belz | Rick Belz,SUN STAFF

Glenelg leads the Class 2A West regional point standings in the race to qualify for the state football tournament.

The Gladiators (5-0) have 39 points for an average of 7.80 (points divided by games). Francis Scott Key, also 5-0, is second with 38 total points for a 7.60 average. Middletown (4-1) is third at 6.20 and Fort Hill (4-1) fourth at 6.0.

Oakland Mills (4-1) is second in the Class 1A South regional standings with a 5.60 average, behind first-place Dunbar (5-0) at 7.62. Catoctin (4-1) is third at 5.00.

Wilde Lake (5-0) is in fourth place in the Class 3A East Region at 7.60 points, behind Annapolis (4-1) and Gwynn Park (5-0). They are in a tie for first with 8.40 points. Severna Park (4-1) is third with 7.80 points.

River Hill (4-1) is fifth at 6.40.

Golfers in state tourney

Six county high school golfers have qualified for the state tournament Oct. 21-22 at the University of Maryland.

Ki Moon of Mount Hebron, qualified by shooting a 76 in the 4A-3A District V tournament. Moon is this year's county champion after shooting a 76 Oct. 3 during the championship tournament at Turf Valley.

Alison Mathe of River Hill also qualified for the 4A-3A tournament by shooting an 89 at the district tourney.

Nick Shevland of River Hill shot 80.

River Hill (20-1) was the county team champion this fall, edging Howard (19-2) for the top spot.

Other qualifiers for states in 2A-1A included: David Lingeman of Centennial, who finished third with a 76 at the district meet; Matt Standeven of Centennial who shot a 79 for fifth place at the district meet; and David Scallion of Howard who shot an 80.

Lions add to Hall of Fame

Howard added three former players to its athletic Hall of Fame last Friday.

Wilde Lake football coach Doug DuVall, Atholton baseball coach Kevin Kelly and Chanelle Carter were all inducted on a night the Lions rallied for a 27-26 overtime victory against Mount Hebron.

DuVall was a lineman who graduated in 1965. Kelly graduated in 1972 after playing football, basketball and baseball. Carter graduated in 1997 after playing volleyball and basketball.

Hostetler honored

Former River Hill quarterback Matt Hostetler has been named by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame as one of five national high school Athletes of the Year for the 2001-2002 school year.

Hostetler, now attending Brown University, compiled a weighted grade-point average of 4.52 and ranked No. 1 in his class.

He passed for 3,200 yards and 38 touchdowns during his career and was one of only three Howard County quarterbacks ever to pass for more than 3,000 yards. He was also captain of the basketball and track and field teams.

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