Athletes of the week

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

September 19, 2007

Girls

Sarah Cole

Bryn Mawr, field hockey

The senior forward scored three game-winning goals against ranked teams last week, as the defending Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference champions improved to 6-0. Cole scored winning goals against No. 15 Severn (1-0), No. 13 Century (2-0) and then-No. 7 Archbishop Spalding (2-1). She also had an assist at Century. For the season, she has four goals and one assist. A field hockey player since the seventh grade, Cole played in the U.S. Field Hockey Association's Olympic-development style Futures Program in her freshman and sophomore years. She plays for Club Applebee and will go to the USFHA's Hockey Festival in California on Thanksgiving weekend for the second straight year. Also a lacrosse player for the Mawrtians, Cole plays for the Baltimore Lacrosse Club. Undecided on which sport to play in college, she went to field hockey camps at Wake Forest and Princeton and lacrosse camp at Duke over the summer. Cole is a B student who is also involved in the school's athletic association and outdoor club.

Others considered: Nicole Clark, John Carroll, cross country; Lauren Gottleib, Chesapeake-AA, field hockey; Bailey Webster, St. Paul's, volleyball.

Boys

Xavier Makell

Forest Park, football

Makell excelled on both sides of the football for the Foresters in their 34-32 victory over Northwestern of Baltimore on Friday. A senior tailback-middle linebacker, Makell ran 20 times for 138 yards and five touchdowns. He also scored on a pair of two-point conversion runs to account for all of the Foresters' points as they evened their record at 1-1. On defense, Makell, a three-year starter for veteran coach Obie Barnes, roamed from sideline to sideline, making four first-hit tackles and assisting on five others. Makell, who has a 2.6 grade point average, is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Forest Park's Varsity Club.

Others considered: Lee Reynolds, Poly, football; Derrick Flickling, Randallstown, football; Joey Thompson, Howard, cross country; Desean Ragland, Mount St. Joseph, soccer.

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