Baltimore City Snapshots

November 02, 2005



Alan Bosworth, Dunbar

STATS -- The 6-foot-2, 306-pound senior has been the anchor for the defending Class 1A state champion Poets, who are tied with City and Patterson in their quest for a second straight Baltimore City Division I crown. The All-Metro two-way lineman and team captain plays offensive guard and defensive tackle.

SIDELINES -- Although Bosworth, 17, did not play organized football before high school, he is a fourth-year starter. Bosworth also plays the tuba in the Poets' concert and jazz bands, and can be heard each morning on the school's intercom making the daily announcements from the principal's office. Bosworth has drawn interest from college programs such as Virginia State, Winston-Salem, North Carolina-Central, Virginia Union and Morgan State.



Monique Maison, Southwestern

STATS -- A strong setter for the Sabers volleyball team, Maison also runs track and plays tennis and softball. Although the junior would like to play volleyball in college, she has the most experience in track.

SIDELINES -- Maison moved here with her family two years ago from Guyana. Although she doesn't like the cold winters, she has adapted to everything else. She has an 84.4 average and will graduate in the spring, a year early. She wants to become a pharmacist and plans to study at Morgan, Coppin or Bowie. She is in the College Bound and Futures programs at Southwestern, designed to prepare students for the college experience. She has been on field trips to several schools, including the University of Maryland.

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