Baltimore County Snapshots

November 02, 2005



Filip Kisdobranski Calvert Hall

STATS -- The 6-foot-2, 210-pound senior scored eight goals in a 14-5 semifinal win over McDonogh, and four more in a 10-5 victory over Loyola to help Calvert Hall win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association water polo title on Oct. 22 at Loyola. A 2-meter defender, Kisdobranski helped the Cardinals earn their fifth straight crown. This weekend, Calvert Hall will participate in the Eastern Prep School championships in Lawrenceville, N.J., a title it won in 2003.

SIDELINES -- A native of Novi Saad, Serbia and Montenegro, Kisdobranski is the Cardinals' top scorer and an A-student at Calvert Hall, where he enrolled this year as a foreign exchange student. Kisdobranski aims to major in economics and to play water polo in college.



Ashley Norris, Perry Hall

STATS -- The top defender on a Gators team that finished the regular season 8-3-1, Norris has been a three-year starter and is a team captain. The senior has played in the U.S. Field Hockey Association's Olympic development-style Futures Program. SIDELINESPlanning to become a child psychologist, Norris does volunteer work with children. Through an internship at the Heritage Montessori School in Perry Hall, Norris assists the children with projects. She also teaches kindergarten-level Bible school during the summer and helps out with toddlers on Sundays at Asquith Presbyterian Church in Parkville. At Perry Hall, Norris is a member of the Future Educators of America and is involved in 180, a Christian club.

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