Baltimore County Snapshots

October 26, 2005

BOYS

SPORT FOOTBALL

Matt Keel, Hereford

STATS -- The 5-foot-10, 195-pound senior linebacker plays a quiet but steady role for the Bulls. He has three sacks and has made seven of his 38 tackles behind the line of scrimmage. Hereford, a three-time state champion, is in the thick of a heated race for one of the four qualifying spots in the Class 2A North regional playoffs. Since first making the playoffs in 1996, the Bulls have qualified for the postseason every year.

SIDELINES -- Keel is a three-sport athlete, having wrestled and participated in track for three years. He is an Eagle Scout, a member of his Pine Grove United Methodist Church youth group and a volunteer lifeguard. Keel is a B student in courses that include honors English, honors college algebra, honors economics, trigonometry, forensic science, physics and astronomy.

GIRLS

SPORT SOCCER

Danielle Beauford, Loch Raven

STATS -- A defensive-minded player, the senior is the sweeper for the girls soccer team. She also plays line defense for the lacrosse team and is a forward on the basketball team. In college, she hopes to play soccer and perhaps club lacrosse.

SIDELINES -- Beauford carries a 3.86 grade point average and plans to major in biology or zoology. She wants to be a zookeeper or work in animal rehabilitation. Over the years, Beauford has brought home several stray dogs and even returned from a vacation in Florida with a pair of adopted frogs. At Loch Raven, she plays trombone in the jazz band, participates in the French and Spanish Club and is chair of the powder puff football game. She alsois active in her church's youth group.

To submit a high school athlete to be considered for Snapshots, contact Lem Satterfield (boys) at lem.satterfield@baltsun.com or Katherine Dunn (girls) at katherine.dunn@baltsun.com. Please include the athlete's name, school, sport, achievements and contact numbers

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