Curley ousts top scorer Kamara for rule violation

December 28, 2007|By GLENN GRAHAM

Archbishop Curley boys soccer standout Bash Kamara, a first-team All-Metro sophomore forward, was dismissed from the school for "violating one of the school rules," according to Curley coach Barry Stitz.

Kamara, who completed his second varsity season this past fall, scored 25 goals and added eight assists to lead the No. 2 Friars (20-6) to a runner-up finish in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference. As a freshman, he finished with 13 goals in helping the team win the conference championship.

"He made a poor decision," said Stitz, who said the unidentified infraction took place last week. "Obviously, Bash no longer being at the school is a big loss to the team. But the school has rules in place and if you violate them, you're dismissed no matter who you are."

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