All-baltimore City

March 22, 2006



Dominic Devaud

Archbishop Curley

Like his older brother Charles, the Friars' senior spread his talent over a variety of events. And like his brother, Devaud earned city Performer of the Year honors for posting some of the area's best marks in those events.

Devaud, who participated in the high and triple jumps, struck gold in the pole vault, where he cleared 13 feet, 6 inches at the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association championships, and 14 feet three times.

He also placed second in the 55-meter hurdles and lodged a time of 7.79 seconds in the same event at the Lebanon Valley Invitational in January.

coach of the year

Lutalo Bakari

Digital Harbor

The Rams set the bar last spring when they took the Class 1A state and South regional crowns. If carrying high expectations into this season wasn't the most difficult part, breaking Mervo's seven-year hold on the city championship was.

Yet, Digital Harbor shined and collected the school's first city title. In a span of a week, the Rams also grabbed the Class 2A-1A Central regional crown.

The team

Name School Class

Erik Anderson Archbishop Curley Junior

Milo Barry Digital Harbor Junior

Roosevelt Cooper Mervo Senior

Dominic Devaud Archbishop Curley Senior

Angelo Diggs Digi tal Harbor Soph.

Keith Hardesty Archbishop Curley Senior

Jonathan McMaster Gilman Junior

Lemuel Pridgen Poly Soph.

Issac Richardson Mervo Soph.

Jared Ricks Mount St. Joseph Junior

Khalil Uqdah Gilman Senior

Reggie Wilson Mount St. Joseph Senior

Note -- Teams selected by Ed ward Lee after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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