Anne Arundel County Snapshots

October 26, 2005

BOYS

SPORT FOOTBALL

Ryan Callahan, Old Mill

STATS -- With 2,396 yards and 36 touchdowns last season and 4,305 yards and 72 touchdowns in his career, Callahan holds every major single-season and career county rushing record. The senior still has three regular-season games to play and likely at least one playoff game left with the Patriots.

SIDELINES -- Only 5 feet 7 and 150 pounds, Callahan runs with the power of a 200-pound bruiser, has 4.3 speed in the 40-yard dash and makes dazzling moves and cuts. Callahan, who has achieved All-Metro status in football and as a sprinter in track, has yet to decide on a college. The Buffalo, N.Y., native, who has a 2.9 grade point-average, squats 320 pounds, bench-presses 245. His clean is 205 pounds, which is exceptional for his size.

GIRLS

SPORT SOCCER

Amanda Spinnenweber, Chesapeake

STATS -- An unselfish player and team leader, Spinnenweber has three goals and seven assists while also playing outstanding defense and controlling the midfield for the Cougars (9-3).

SIDELINES -- A three-sport standout, Spinnen- weber has a 3.84 grade point average, 1,524 SAT score, is ranked 31st in her senior class of 424 and is a member of the National Honor Society. She accepted a lacrosse scholarship to the University of Maryland in August. An All-County and second-team All-Metro selection last year as a junior midfielder, Spinnenweber scored 56 goals and had 17 assists. She also plays basketball for the Cougars, who are coached by her father, John Spinnenweber.

To submit a high school athlete to be considered for Snapshots, contact Pat O'Malley at patomalleysports@aol.com. . Please include the athlete's name, school, sport, achievements and contact numbers.

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