Broadneck's Dunn selected for National Lacrosse Classic

J. McClain to hold fitness and football clinic in Edgewood on June 25

May 29, 2011|By Sports Digest

Varsity boys lacrosse

Broadneck's Dunn selected for National Lacrosse Classic

James Dunn, a junior long-stick midfielder at Broadneck, has been named a High School Underclassmen All-American and has been selected to represent the Maryland public schools in the National Lacrosse Classic, to be held in Germantown from July 5-8. The National Lacrosse Classic brings the top high school underclassman lacrosse players in the country to one venue, where regional teams compete to become the U.S. champion.

Ravens

J. McClain to hold fitness and football clinic in Edgewood

Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain will lead a one-day fitness and football clinic June 25 at the Edgewood Boys and Girls Club at 2002 Cedar Lane, Edgewood. Registration for the rain-or-shine clinic will be at 9:30 a.m., and the clinic begins at 10 a.m. Participants should bring a bag lunch. A snack and water will be provided. The camp will conclude at 3 p.m. All participants must be picked up no later than 3:30 p.m. Attire for the day is fitness shorts, tennis shoes and T-shirt. Refrain from wearing jewelry or any other tight-fitting apparel or hat. Sunscreen is recommended.

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Salisbury's Tavik breaks her own school mark in shot put

Salisbury sophomore Chelsea Tavik (Seton Keough) crushed her own school record in the shot put en route to a third-place finish and the first All-America honor of her career with a heave of 47 feet, 21/2 inches — nearly 3 feet beyond her previous school record — at the NCAA Division III outdoor track and field championships Friday. Tavik had entered the competition seeded 17th out of 24 competitors.

College sailing: The St. Mary's women's team wrapped up competition at the Sperry Top-Sider/Intercollegiate Sailing Association women's national championship Thursday afternoon, finishing third behind national champion Rhode Island and runner-up Connecticut. Sailing in the women's championship for the Seahawks were senior skipper Megan Magill and senior crew Meredith Powlison in A Division, and junior skipper Mimi Roller and sophomore crew Katherine Gluskin and Kayla McComb in B Division. Magill earned ICSA All-America honors for the fourth time in her career.

Golf instruction: Baltimore County Golf will bring Bill Madonna, a PGA Master teaching professional, to Baltimore beginning this spring. The Bill Madonna Golf Academy will offer instructional programs — including family lessons, clinics and junior summer camps — for golfers of all skill levels. The academy will operate at Fox Hollow Training Center in Timonium and Greystone Golf Course in White Hall this season. For information, call 410-887-7735 or go to baltimoregolfing.com/bmga.

Golf fundraising: The Art Shell UMES Celebrity Golf Classic and Junior Tournament will be held June 14 and 15 at Great Hope Golf Course near Westover in Somerset County. The event is an activity of the UMES Foundation and benefits student scholarships in support of the university's PGA golf management program. Shell, a former star at Maryland State (now UMES), is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. For information on the fundraiser, go to umeshawks.com or call 410-651-8045.

Minor league basketball: The Bay Area Shuckers have named Paul Clary (Southwestern, CCBC) director of community relations, Steve McNelly (St. Mary's, UMBC) director of media relations, and Gary Bruzdzinski (Eastern Tech, CCBC) director of youth sports relations.

Mystics: The team waived center Chasity Melvin and forward Angel Robinson.

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