Players To Watch

High School Sports

Winter Preview


December 05, 2003


Emily Bollinger

Westminster, center

Twice Carroll County Player of the Year, the 6-1 senior headed for St. Francis, Pa., led the Owls to a share of the county crown with 13 points and 9.1 rebounds a game.

Andrea Dodrill

Bryn Mawr, forward/center

The IAAM A Conference's leading scorer (18.1) and rebounder (12.3), the 6-1 All-Metro senior will try to lead the Mawrtians into the upper echelon of the area's toughest league.

Bri Gauthier

St. Mary's, guard

An All-Metro second-teamer last season with 14.4 points, 5.2 assists and 4.3 steals, the Saints' junior point guard will continue to drive her guard-oriented team.

Timisha Gomez

Long Reach, guard

A Street & Smith's preseason honorable mention All-American headed for St. Joseph's, the 5-8 senior became the Lightning's all-time scoring leader (1,025 points) after averaging 15.7 last season.

Chandrea Jones

Institute of Notre Dame, guard

A force since her freshman season, the versatile 5-9 junior averaged 16 points, 7.8 rebounds and 3.6 steals in her second All-Metro season.

Renee Jones

Walbrook, forward/guard

A defense-busting 5-8 All-Metro senior, Jones returns the best numbers in the Metro area with a 24-point average as well as a 53 percent shooting average from the field.

Dani Kell

Roland Park, guard

The multidimensional All-Metro 6-foot senior, a Street & Smith's preseason honorable mention All-American who has signed with William & Mary, can post up or hit from outside to the tune of 14.4 points a game.

Angel McCoughtry

St. Frances, forward

Last season's All-Metro Player of the Year and a Street & Smith's preseason honorable mention All-American, the quick, agile 6-1 senior headed for St. John's returns 14.4 points, 10.5 rebounds and 3.2 steals per game.

Alex McGuire

Arundel, guard

The 5-9 All-Metro junior led the Wildcats to the Anne Arundel County crown and the state Class 4A semifinals with 18 points per game and a 56.4 percent shooting percentage from the field.

Brittney Taylor

Woodlawn, guard

The clutch 5-7 All-Metro junior averaged 12 points, seven steals and seven assists to lead the Warriors to their first Baltimore County title in 12 years and the state Class 4A runner-up spot.

Other notable players

Amanda Andrews, Fallston; Anastasia Baker, Arundel; Chelsey Barrett, Atholton; Zhondria Benn, Western; Camille Coleman, St. Frances; Ebony Dennis, Western; Chela Hamilton, Glenelg; Brittany Harman, Liberty; Stacy Hunt, South River; Rudina Johnson, Aberdeen; Heather Landis, Chapelgate; Janine Luber, C. Milton Wright; Kristin McLaughlin, Seton Keough; Carly Rihard, North Carroll; Mercedes Robinson, St. Paul's; Tammy Rogers, St. Frances; Lauren Schwarzmann, Century; Shawna Scott, Milford Mill; Ronda Shelly, Woodlawn; Lindsay Sheppard, South River; Angela Speight, Southside; Jen Stambaugh, Francis Scott Key; Shadae Swan, St. Frances; Ashley Thomas, River Hill; Kayani Turner, John Carroll; Krystal Vaughn, Lake Clifton; Jen Walkling, Westminster; Whitney Ward, Long Reach; Dierra Washington, Poly; Sandy Wasserbach, Catonsville; Tiara Wildy, Woodlawn; Caryn Wright, Western Tech.

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