Athletes Of The Week


February 03, 2010

Cyrus Jones Gilman, basketball

The 5-foot-10 sophomore had one of the most productive weeks of his high school career, contributing to four victories that extended the Greyhounds' winning streak to 15 games, one in overtime. Jones averaged 29.0 points, 6.0 assists and 5.0 rebounds during the week. "He's a strong natural athlete, and he's very quick, very strong and has a very good sense of the game," assistant coach Matt Tully said of his second-year varsity player, who is a leader on the floor.

Also considered: : Brandon Belt, Arundel, basketball; Corey Cutler, Pikesville, indoor track; Colby Giacubeno, Perry Hall, basketball; Dave Kuegler, Liberty,

Alyssa McClure Digital Harbor, indoor track

The senior All-Metro sprinter won three events in the Baltimore City indoor track championships at the 5th Regiment Armory to lead the Rams to their first city title. In her best event, McClure won the 55-meter dash in 7.15 seconds. Earlier this season, she ran 6.96 in the 55, the fastest time in the country this season, according to McClure is unbeaten in the 55 and the 300, which she also won at the city meet. She is the defending state Class 1A champion in both events. McClure has a 3.7 grade-point average and is being recruited by Miami, Ohio State, Louisville, South Carolina and Texas Christian.

Also considered: : Achiri Ade, Seton Keough, basketball; Tracey Carrington, Dundalk, basketball; Takera Smalley, Pikesville, indoor track

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