Anne Arundel County Snapshots

November 02, 2005

BOYS

SPORT SOCCER

Andrew Engel, Old Mill

STATS -- Engel is one of the senior leaders on the No. 13 Patriots (10-4), who are contending for a playoff berth in the Class 4A East region. An All-County junior midfielder on the Patriots' state finalist team last year, Engel has five goals and seven assists this season.

SIDELINES -- In addition to soccer, Engel, 6 feet 1, is the point guard on the Patriots' basketball team that was 24-4 last season and advanced to the Class 4A state final. Engel averaged 10 points and four assists for the county champion Patriots, but he might play soccer in college. Such schools as St. John's, Rutgers, UMBC, Syracuse and Mount St. Mary's have shown interest in him for soccer. A four-year varsity soccer player and three-year starter, Engel is also a member of the Old Mill Student Government Association.

GIRLS

Ali Flury, Broadneck

SPORT SOCCER

STATS -- Flury, a three-sport standout, was an All-County selection in soccer as a junior with 19 goals and seven assists. Her scoring numbers fell off this year as she took on more of an overall role controlling and distributing the ball for the Bruins (9-4).

SIDELINES -- An All-County and second-team All-Metro midfielder in lacrosse with 65 goals and 17 assists as a junior, Flury also was one of the leading scorers on the Bruins' basketball team. Last week, she accepted a lacrosse scholarship to the University of Denver. Notre Dame was her next choice. "All four Denver coaches have played internationally, been on World Cup teams and should help me improve my game," she said. "I hope to one day come back to Broadneck and coach." Flury is ranked 80th in her senior class of 579 with a 3.79 grade point average.

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