Baltimore County Snapshots

November 09, 2005



Aaron Wheeler, Patapsco

STATS -- The 6-foot-4, 175-pound senior excelled as a midfielder both on headers and off the dribble. Wheeler scored 11 goals and assisted on seven this season to lead the Patriots to the Baltimore County championship with an 11-1 record. Wheeler scored nine goals and assisted on five during his junior season. SIDELINES -- Wheeler was an unselfish player, starting the season by playing sweeper the first six games, during which the Patriots had two of their four shutouts. As a freshman and sophomore, Wheeler played on the defensive side, anchoring the Patriots to a runner-up finish in the county. Wheeler played basketball for the first two years of high school, but his career ended when he suffered a back injury before the winter of his junior year.



Megan Armstrong, Dulaney

STATS -- A defender for the Lions, Armstrong will play for Team Maryland a second straight year at the U.S. Field Hockey Association's annual festival Thanksgiving weekend. She also coaches recreation field hockey and is a sprinter on Dulaney's track team.

SIDELINES -- Armstrong, who carries a 3.2 grade point average, helped found the Dulaney Varsity Club to assist the athletic director with working athletic events. As class historian, she is recording the year for a DVD or slide show. Armstrong volunteers at her church, Towson United Methodist, working over the summer in the Appalachia Service Project to restore and refurbish houses. She also plays the quads in the marching band drum line.

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