Baltimore Catholic League to establish Hall of Fame

November 18, 2009|By Sports Digest

The Baltimore Catholic League has announced the establishment of the Baltimore Catholic League Hall of Fame to honor past players, coaches and administrators, beginning with the league's first year in 1971. Fans of the BCL can nominate candidates for the inaugural class of 15 inductees through Dec. 31 by going to The BL currently consists of Archbishop Spalding, Calvert Hall, Cardinal Gibbons, Loyola Blakefield, Mount St. Joseph, St. Frances and St. Maria Goretti. Archbishop Curley and Towson Catholic were charter members, but do not now compete in the league. The class will be announced at the annual BCL luncheon on Feb. 24, and the inductees will be honored at a banquet March 13.

Football: Joppatowne coach Bill Waibel was named Ravens High School Coach of the Week. The Mariners (11-0) defeated Bohemia Manor 49-30 on Friday in the opening round of the playoffs.

Signings: Bel Air pitcher-first baseman Zach Nadolny has signed with Rhode Island. ... North Harford's Rhiannon Coogle has signed to play lacrosse at Towson.

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