September 21, 2005

Marissa McPhail

Arundel Cross country

STATS -- McPhail won her second straight Bull Run large schools race at Hereford on Saturday with a time of 20 minutes and 21 seconds. .

SIDELINES -- She is a two-time All-Metro cross country selection and is running her fourth varsity season for the Wildcats.

Paul Schuit

Winters Mill Soccer

STATS -- A senior striker and captain, Schuit had a total of six goals and one assist in three games last week, leading the Falcons to a 2-0-1 record, the best start in school history. He scored the game-winner over North Carroll.

SIDELINES -- He played in all 100 minutes of Winters Mill's double-overtime tie against cross-town rival Westminster.

Barbara Seaman

Roland Park Field hockey

STATS -- The senior plays a key defensive role for the No. 2 Reds, who have beaten four ranked teams and are unbeaten in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference.

SIDELINES -- A team captain, she also plays basketball and lacrosse.

Brian Spinazzola

Boys' Latin Volleyball

STATS -- The lone returning starter for the defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference champion plays libero, a new back-row position for defensive specialists.

SIDELINES -- Spinazzola also is a pitcher on the Lakers' baseball team.

J.T. Levendusky

John Carroll Football

STATS -- A senior who plays both fullback and middle linebacker, he had 17 tackles and 11 assists through the Patriots' first three games and ran for 77 yards in the first two.

SIDELINES -- Levendusky was in on almost every play in the team's first three games. He missed a couple of plays in a loss to Bel Air because of cramping but came right back.

Justin Martinelli

Mount Hebron Soccer

STATS -- Martinelli entered this week with five goals -- including the game-enders against Arundel and South River -- and three assists.

SIDELINES -- Along with soccer, the junior has been on the Vikings' varsity lacrosse team since his freshman year, playing in the midfield.

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