Baltimore City Snapshots

November 09, 2005


Dominick Roseborough City


STATS -- The 5-foot-11, 210-pound junior is all muscle. Roseborough, 16, plays linebacker and fullback and is the kickoff specialist for the Knights. He leads the team in tackles and has returned both an interception and a fumble for a touchdown.

SIDELINES -- Roseborough, who can bench-press 250 pounds, is a team captain on the Knights' defense. He also pitches and plays third base and left field for City's baseball team. He earned Most Valuable Player honors last spring in baseball, batting a team-high .510. He is a member of his church choir and volunteers with the Pikesville youth football leagues. Roseborough will be a student ambassador, traveling to Spain, France and Italy in June 2006.


Courtney Johnson, Edmondson


STATS -- The 5-foot-9 senior is the starting setter for the Red Storm. She has also played four years with the Starlings Volleyball Club and would like to play the sport in college. Before opting to concentrate on volleyball, she also played basketball.

SIDELINES -- Johnson aims to follow her sister, Jakeya Johnson, 23, into nursing. She takes appropriate classes at Edmondson, with a concentration on nursing assistant and surgical technology. She gets on-the-job training through clinical work at Bon Secours Hospital and at Forest Haven Nursing and Convalescent Home in Catonsville. Johnson also takes an English honors class. She would like to attend Fayetteville State in North Carolina and study to become a registered nurse.

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