Anne Arundel Snapshots

October 05, 2005

SPORT SOCCER

Kyle Quigley, Severna Park

STATS -- Considered to be one of the top goalkeepers in the metro area, Quigley injured his right knee in a 1-0 overtime loss to Old Mill on Sept. 20. He hopes to return to the county- and region-contending Falcons in a couple of weeks.

SIDELINES -- Quigley's coach, Bob Thomas, says his goalie "can play Division I soccer," but the senior might play at a lower level because of academics. A second-team All-County goalie as a junior, Quigley has played three years of varsity soccer. He is ranked No. 53 in his senior class of 440 with a 3.95 grade-point average and 1,780 SAT. A member of the National Honor Society and the Leadership Institute, he has ambitions of majoring in pre-law and possibly becoming an attorney. He is interested in the Naval Academy and Lafayette.

SPORT VOLLEYBALL

Stephanie Carey, Broadneck

STATS -- Carey had 15 assists in the Bruins' 3-0 victory over defending county champion Arundel last week and continues to be one of the metro area's top setters.

SIDELINES -- The Broadneck senior, a two-time All-County player and second-team All-Metro pick last year, has played in three straight Class 4A state finals, winning two titles, including last season. Carey is musically inclined and swims for the Chase Creek Country Club. She has dabbled in theatre and drama at the Children's Theatre, Summer Garden and the Colonial Players. She has a weighted 4.25 grade point average and plans to major in law and/or journalism in college, but she hasn't decided on a school yet.

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