Baltimore County Snapshot

October 12, 2005





STATS -- The 5-foot-9, 170-pound senior running back-linebacker has been a catalyst for the Eagles , who are 4-1 overall and 3-0 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association AConference. Holmes rushed for 107 yards, scored the winning touchdown and recovered a fumble in a 7-6 victory over Calvert Hall on Sept. 29. Holmes also rushed for both scores in another league win, 14-10, against Mount St. Joseph on Sept. 24. SIDELINES -- An all-around athlete, Holmes also stars in wrestling and lacrosse. In wrestling, Holmes earned All-Metro honors last spring after winning an MIAA crown, his second consecutive private schools state title and a National Preps tournament title. Last spring as a midfielderin lacrosse, he earned second-team All-Metro honors back-linebacker Bryn Holmes has helped McDonogh to a 4-1 record.


SPORT FIELD HOCKEYTOWSONSTATS // One of the top defenders in Baltimore County, Clemmens plays center back for the Generals. She has played field hockey since she was 7 and plans to continue playing in college.

SIDELINES -- Clemmens carries a 3.82 weighted grade point average and has been in the National Honor Society for three years. The senior plans to become a nurse and gets a closeup look at her chosen career every day. She takes just Samaritan Hospital, where she volunteers in the cardiology department. Once she becomes a nurse, Clemmens wants to work with babies in the intensive care unit. Clemmens also serves on the steering committee at Towson, volunteers with the Students Sharing Coalition and served as class treasurer for three years.

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