Athletes Of The Week


December 20, 2006


Jenn Rindone

Archbishop Spalding, basketball

The 5-foot-9 sophomore forward-guard earned all-tournament team honors after leading the No. 12 Cavaliers to the championship of the Bullis Holiday Classic. Rindone scored 14 points, including four three-pointers, in Sunday's 60-46 win over Sidwell Friends in the title game. She scored 10 each in wins over Ballou and Bullis and hit nine three-pointers in the tournament. She was also instrumental in wins over City and St. John's. After hitting a school-record seven three-pointers, Rindone finished with 23 points in the 72-44 win over St. John's. For the week's five games, Rindone scored 68 points and had 25 rebounds, 13 assists and 20 three-pointers. She averages 14 points and shoots 45 percent from three-point range. Last summer, she helped her Maryland Hurricanes 15-and- under AAU team finish third in the state. Rindone has a 4.1 weighted grade point average. Also considered / / Asya Bussie, Seton Keough, basketball; Michaele Dunn, Edgewood, basketball; Caitlin Hoffen, Mount de Sales, basketball.


Nick Schenk

McDonogh, wrestling

The Eagles wrestler scored a technical fall, a major decision and three decisions, including one in overtime, to win last weekend's two-day Beast of the East tournament that ended Sunday at the University of Delaware. Schenk, 15, is the first Maryland freshman to win the event, considered one of the nation's most difficult invitational wrestling tournaments.

Schenk won his first bout, 16-1; his second, 13-2; and his third, 2-0, over Austin Damico of Kellam High of Virginia Beach, Va. In his semifinal bout, Schenk overcame a 3-2 third-period deficit to score a 5-3 victory over Bergen (N.J.) Catholic's Frank Cagnina, a wrestler Schenk had never beaten in six previous meetings.

Schenk is 14-0 after an overtime takedown for a 3-1 title-bout decision over Pat Owens of Germantown (Pa.) Academy. A seven-time junior league state champion, Schenk entered high school as the most decorated wrestler in Maryland history.

Others considered / / Malcolm Delaney, Towson Catholic, basketball; Greg Jubb, Loyola, indoor track; Tony Mack, Owings Mills, wrestling.

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