Boys' Latin's Stanwick earns national honor

July 01, 2011|By Sports Digest

Varsity lacrosse

Wells Stanwick of Boys' Latin was named Reebok Boys Lacrosse Player of the Year on Thursday in voting conducted by the National Lacrosse League and LaxGator.com. Stanwick, who has committed to Johns Hopkins, accumlated 33goals and 56 assists in his senior season, helping lead the Lakers to the MIAA A Conference semifinals, where they fell to Gilman, 7-6, in overtime. He was named an All-American for the second straight season. "Wells was our team captain and a complete player," Boys' Latin coach Bob Shriver said. "He always looks to feed the ball to his teammates first, a very unselfish player. He can also attack from both sides of the goal."

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Dundalk native Bucky Lasek, skateboarder and Olympic snowboarder Shaun White, BMX star Ryan Nyquist, and skating legend Bob Burnquist are among the top performers scheduled to take part in the Pantech Open in http://www.baltimoresun.com/travel/beaches/, the Dew Tour announced. Pantech is July 21-24 and will be the Dew Tour's first stop in http://www.baltimoresun.com/travel/beaches/ in its first in its six-year history. It will have four events: BMX Park, BMX vert, Skate vert and Skate bowl. The Open will be broadcast on NBC. Other festivities include a live concert, a festival and a surfing contest.

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Football: The inaugural Ravens 7-on-7 Football Tournament enters its third and final week of competition with eight of the top area high school teams in today's championships at M&T Bank Stadium: Poly, McDonogh, Good Counsel, River Hill, Briar Woods, DeMatha, Frederick and North Hagerstown. Play begins at 10a.m. with the championship 3p.m.

Bowling: Former UMES standout Kristina Frahm finished 37th in the 286-entrant field at the U.S. Women's Open, which ended Monday in Euless, Texas.

Youth baseball: The 15U Owings Mills Spartans travel team, which plays in the Baltimore Metro League, will hold tryouts Aug. 14, 21, and 28th at 2:30 p.m. at New Town High. For information, go to leaguelineup.com/omspartans.

Women's soccer: D.C. United Women of the W-League added Stanford defender Annie Case for the game it played Thursday night in Boyds against the Long Island Rough Riders.

College football: Navy's home football game against Air Force on Oct. 1 has been moved to noon and will be broadcast live on CBS Sports.

The game was previously scheduled to air on CBS Sports Network at 3:30 p.m.

Women's college basketball: Johns Hopkins announced these recruits for the 2011-12 season: Jessica Brown, 5-foot-8 guard, Haddon Township (N.J.) High; Stacy Fairey, 5-6 guard, Porter-Gaud School in Charleston, S.C.; Haley Bush, 5-10 forward, Chadwick School in Manhattan Beach, Calif.; Ciara McCullagh, 6-2 forward, New Hyde Park (N.Y.) Memorial; and Stephanie Binder, 5-8 guard, Rye Country Day in Scarsdale, N.Y.

College baseball: The Shepherd Athletic Hall of Fame will induct four new members this fall, including Adam Straskulic, Class of 2001, a Westminster alumnus who holds the Rams' single-season (six) and career (17) records for triples.

Men's college lacrosse: Hood added 5-8 attackman Dakota Falzetta from Romeo (Mich.) High.

Women's rowing: Boston College senior Kelly Williams (McDonogh) was named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference academic team.

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