Baltimore City Snapshots

November 16, 2005

BOYS

Antione Smithson, Douglass

SPORT FOOTBALL

STATS -- Smithson had 370 yards of total offense, scored two touchdowns - including one on a fumble recovery he ran back 85 yards - and made a game-ending interception in the Ducks' 13-6 win over Baltimore City Division II rival Carver on Nov. 4. He passed for 207 yards and four touchdowns and ran for a touchdown in Friday's 39-0 win over Southwestern. But the Ducks, 9-1 after beating Southwestern, had to forfeit their season due to an ineligible player.

SIDELINES -- Smithson, who also plays basketball, did a bit of everything in football. Offensively, he threw for 387 yards and four touchdowns, caught 16 passes for 253 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 227 yards and a score. On defense, he returned one of four interceptions for a touchdown and one of three fumble recoveries for a score.

GIRLS

Catherine McGrain, Inst. of Notre Dame

SPORT FIELD HOCKEY

STATS -- The goalie for the Indians finished the season with an 87 percent save average, stopping 13 shots per game. A leader on the defense, she had two games with more than 20 saves each. The junior is also on the crew team and plays lacrosse.

SIDELINES -- A straight-A student in honors classes, McGrain hails from a family with an IND legacy dating to her great-aunt's graduation in 1925. The Perry Hall resident participates in the Archdiocesan Youth Advisory Council for her church, St. Isaac Jogues, and recently attended the National Catholic Youth Conference in Atlanta. As secretary of IND's Ambassador's Club, she helps prospective students learn more about the school.

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