Baltimore City Snapshots

October 12, 2005



Antione Lewis, Walbrook

STATS -- The senior, a three-year starting linebacker, often sparks the Warriors' defense. That was the case on Sept. 30, when the Warriors came from behind to defeat Baltimore City league rival Poly. Lewis, who finished the game with seven solo tackles, stripped the ball from a Poly runner and recovered a fumble, setting up the score that put the Warriors ahead for good, 8-7, on the way to a 32-13 victory. Lewis has been the Warriors' top tackler this season.

SIDELINES -- Walbrook's win over Poly was its first ever over the Engineers. Lewis also plays basketball and lacrosse. At 5 feet 7 and 165 pounds, he's strong for his size and capable of bench-pressing 240 pounds. Lewis works weekends at the Baltimore Zoo. He spends his spare time working with children at the Central Rosemont Recreation Center.



Christine Prout, Dunbar

STATS -- A 5-foot-3 defensive specialist, the senior played club volleyball for the Starlings as a sophomore.

SIDELINES -- Prout spends much of her time volunteering at Erdman Animal Hospital, where she has assisted in a few surgical procedures. Always one to adopt stray animals, Prout plans to become a veterinarian. Growing up, she has had a dog, several cats and "about 100 goldfish." Prout still remembers the day in first grade when she saw a veterinarian in a picture book. "It had stick figures of doctors and firefighters, but there was one of a lady holding a cat and I asked the teacher what that was called. She said, `That's a vet,' and that stuck with me." Prout carries an 85 academic average, takes advanced placement classes and wants to go to Virginia Tech, Penn State or Maryland. She also is vice president of Dunbar's senior class.

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