Hutsell leads MAPGA Pro Championship by one shot

Atholton football team forfeits season opener

August 16, 2011|By Sports Digest


Hutsell leads MAPGA Pro Championship by one shot

David Hutsell, PGA director of instruction at The Elkridge Club and the recently crowned PGA Professional national champion, shot a 5-under-par 67 to lead the field of 180 players in the Middle Atlantic PGA Professional Championship at Trump National DC in Potomac Falls, Va. Hutsell, the reigning section champion, just returned from playing in The PGA Championship in Johns Creek, Ga. Adam Decker, the PGA coach at Richmond University, and Tom Michaels of Suburban Club are one stroke back. Three time champion Wayne DeFrancesco is additional shot behind.


Atholton football team forfeits season opener

Atholton's football team will have to forfeit its season opener against Glenelg for holding a summer practice a week earlier than the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association allows. Raiders coach Kyle Schmitt reported the violation as soon as he realized it and said he misinterpreted the rule, according to a news release issued Monday by Howard County coordinator of athletics Mike Williams. The Sept. 2 game at Glenelg at 7p.m. will go on as scheduled. The Raiders finished 8-2 last season and reached the regional semifinals, where they fell to eventual state champion Wilde Lake.

Katherine Dunn

Boys basketball: Patterson rising junior guard Aquille Carr, The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year last season, has been selected to play in the Boost Mobile Elite 24 at 7p.m. Aug. 27 in Venice, Calif. The event features the top 24 high school players nationally, as chosen by ESPN evaluators.

Glenn Graham

Girls basketball: Tyshell King, a second-team All-Metro guard from St. Frances, has committed to play for Wake Forest. King, who will be a junior this year, chose Wake over Duke, West Virginia, Virginia, Georgetown, Syracuse, Penn State, Morgan State and Harvard. A 5-foot-11 shooting guard who also played the point last season, King had 18.8 points and 10rebounds per game. She plans to enter the pre-med program and study to become an anesthesiologist.

Katherine Dunn

Et cetera

Charles Co. tops Wash., loses to Hawaii in CRWS

Maryland representative Charles County scored five runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to upend Kennewick, Wash., 5-3, in American Pool action at the Ripken Major/70 World Series on Monday, then lost a wild, rain-delayed game to Oahu, Hawaii, 9-8. Charles County (2-1) squandered leads of 4-2 and 8-5 in the loss to Hawaii (2-0). In the victory over Washington (0-1), David Larson had two hits and drove in two runs in the fifth inning and Brian Hennessey added an RBI double. Larson pitched the first four innings, allowing four hits and one run. Chris Levere The Harford County champion Bel Air Braves were shut down for the third straight time, mustering just two hits in a 10-0 loss to Lexington, Ky. In other results, Tri-Counties, Texas, beat Hudson, N.H., 8-2, and Kennewick, 10-4; West Raleigh, N.C., topped Waite Park, Minn., 7-2; the Dominican Republic rolled past Australia, 12-1; and the Republic of Korea defeated Canada, 9-2. For updates and more details, go to

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Women's basketball: Maryland senior Lynetta Kizer had seven points and four rebounds in 12 minutes as Team USA (2-0) rolled to a 114-68 victory over Slovakia (0-2) in preliminary play at the Women's World University Games in Shenzhen, China.

College football: Maryland's Danny O'Brien was named to the 31-player watch list for the Manning Award, which honors the top quarterback in the country.

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Chris Pontius

Women's college soccer: Maryland senior forward Jasyme Spencer and Penn State junior midfielder Christine Nairn were among 42 players named to the Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy watch list.

Men's college soccer: UMBC senior forward-midfielder Andrew Bulls (McDonogh) was named to the College Soccer News Preseason All-America third team.

Anthony Williams

Allison Murphy

College media relations: Dan O'Connell (Loyola College), who has been associate director of athletics media relations at Towson since 1979, was named the Tigers' director of athletics media relations, replacing Peter Schlehr, who retired June 30 after 36 seasons.

Jeff Cheatwood

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