13 Annual All-State and Hall of Fame Banquet

13th Annual
All-State and Hall of Fame Banquet
Michael’s Eighth Avenue
Honoring Prep Best 2012
February 24, 2013
Program Agenda
Introduction • Joe Russo
Invocation • Joe Russo
Dinner
Opening of Program • Master of Ceremonies • Joe Russo
Introductions • Joe Russo
Hall of Fame • Bob Milloy
All-State Awards • Joe Russo& Sheldon Shealer
Hall of Fame Inductees
1988
Irv Biasi, Patterson
Al Cesky, Bel Air
Bill Hahn, Fort Hill & Wheaton
Ed Hargaden, Loyola
Harry Lawrence, Baltimore City
Bob Lumsden, Baltimore Polytechnic
Gorton McWilliams, Cambridge-S.D.
John Merricks, Crossland
Dan Palumbo, Northwestern
George Young, Calvert Hall & City
1989
Tony Caruso, Sherwood
Jim Higgins, Milford Mill & Randallstown
Charlie Lattimer, Fort Hill
George Roberts, Severna Park
Herb Ruby, Westminster
Brady Straub, Northwood & Kennedy
Dick Working, McDonogh & Boys Latin
1990
Jerry Calhoun, Beall
Dutch Eyth, McDonogh
Jim Head, Westminster
Bill Jones, Wheaton
1991
Jerry Mears, Arundel & Meade
Howdy Myers, St. Paul’s
Al Sadusky, BCC
Vic Woods, Mount St. Joseph
1992
Bud Coackley, Edewood
Al Laramore, Annapolis
Joe Pappetti, Glen Burnie
1993
Moe Barber, Snow Hill
Jim Crawford, Friendly
John Voight, High Point
1994
John Cox, La Plata
Pete Lerario, Springbrook
Ben Petrilli, Loch Raven
1995
Jack Molesworth, Frederick & Thomas Johnson
Ken Parker, South Carroll
Jim Smith, Aberdeen
1996
Roy Lester, Allegany & Richard Montgomery &
Magruder & Paint Branch
Mitch Tullai, St. Paul’s
1997
Jim Fegan, Georgetown Prep
Carroll Reid, Smithsburg
Al Thomas, Seneca Valley & Damascus
Augie Waibel, Baltimore Polytechnic
1998/1999
Andy Borland, Severna Park
Joe Brune, Loyola
John Harvill, Gaithersburg
Rocco Romeo, Largo
2000/2001
John Buchheister, Milford Mill & Randallstown
Larry Johnson, McDonough
Fred Shepherd, Churchill
2001/2002
Mike Calhoun, Fort Hill
Ernie Ceccato, Poolesville & Quince Orchard
2002/2003
Doug Fleetwood, Cambridge
Ralph Paden, Fairmont Heights
Morgan Wootten, DeMatha Catholic
2003/2004
Lowell Davis, Landon School
Jack Gilmore, Allegany
Roger Wrenn, Patterson
2004/2005
Tim Ambrose, Middletown
Charles Berry, Wicomico
Tom Woods, Southern Garrett
2005/2006
Bill Mackley-- John Carroll
Pete Pompey-- Dunbar/Edmondson
2006/2007
Doug DuVall-- Wilde Lake
Bob Milloy-- Good Counsel
Mike Pearson-- Oxon Hill
2007/2008
Dave Carruthers--Urbana
Ben Eaton-- Dunbar
Jerry Franks- Huntingtown
Dave Schrodel-- Walkersville
2008/2009
Walt King--Bullis School
Macon Tucker--Aberdeen
John Usilton-- James M. Bennett
2009/2010
Chuck Hickes--Laurel
David “Nick” Lynch -- Suitland
Bill McGregor-- DeMatha Catholic
2010/2011
Terry Changuris--Seneca Valley
Joe Russo-- Hammond High
2011/2012
Dan Makosy-- Hammond
Steve Turnbaugh-- Hereford
Ben Wright-- Thomas Johnson
John W. Voight Award
This award is presented to outstanding assistant coaches in the state of
Maryland with at least 20 years of loyal service
1994
Rich Bosnic, Magruder
Elmer Dize, Mergenthaler Vo-Tech & Overlea
Frank Gilmore, Georgetown Prep
Fred Joyce, Gaithersburg
Dave Merrill, Allegany
Buck Offutt, DeMatha
1995
Lindsey Agee, Cambridge-S.D.
Robert Chaswell, Oxon Hill
Bucky Kimmett, Baltimore Polytechnic
Marty McKibbin, McDonogh
Nick Schloeder, Gilman
1996
Don Rushing, Sherwood
Ken Rippetoe, Kennedy
Larry Raum, Seneca Valley
Jim Albert, Atholton
1997
Jim Abbott, Walkersville
Jim Castonguay, Springbrook
Tom Crowell, Sherwood
Ray Dawes, Wilde Lake
Paul Kowalchick, Westlake
1998/1999
Dave Brown, Wilde Lake
Dave Sharpless, Fairmont Heights
Russ Roberts, Severna Park
Victor Twigg, Beall
2000/2001
Dick Brown, DeMatha
John Haberman, Springbrook
2001/2002
Kenneth Dunn, South River
Richard Jackson, Wilde Lake
Ken Lutz, Smithsburg & Brunswick
2002/2003
Bob Hampton, Montgomery County
Arthur Bruce Villwock, Broadneck
2003/2004
Frank Alling, Friendly
John Shea, Georgetown Prep
2004/2005
Steve Ghent, Good Counsel
Tim Perry, John Carroll
2005/2006
Joe Mencarini , Quince Orcahrd
Scott Swope, Wilde Lake
John Zeir, Sherwood
2006/2007
Bill Johnson-- Frederick Douglass
Rick Lloyd -- River Hill
Don Phelps-- Calvert
Elmer Smith-- Beall
2007/2008
Fred Billings--Wicomico
Bill Goodman-- Good Counsel
2008/2009
Joe Bosley-- Hereford
Tom Kolar-- Good Counsel
2009/2010
Joe Doody-- Damascus
Mike Henshaw- Huntingtown
Pete White-- Geogetown Prep
2010/2011
Lee Branthover--MHS-WHS-GP
Tony Edwards -- Damascus
2011/2012
Wayne Boor-- Wheaton
Jerry E. Mears Service Award
The Jerry E. Mears Service Award is presented
by the MSFCA to an individual
for his outstanding service and support of high
school football in the state
of Maryland
1988
Roy Comer
Joe Warren
1989
Vince Bagli, WBAL-TV
1990
John Voight
1991
Suter Kegg, Cumberland Times
1992
Mel Filler, Football Foundation
1993
Reddy Finney
1994
Bill Kyle
1995
Mark Duffner, University of Maryland
Al Thomas, All-Star Football Director
1996
Mike McGlinchey, Frostburg State
Doug DuVall, Wilde Lake
1997
Andrew Edwards
Keith Mills, WMAR-TV
Joe Russo, MHSFCA President
1998/1999
Maus Collins
Neil Greenberger, Washington Post
Bob Milloy, Director of Hall of Fame
1999/2000
Sheldon Shealer, Frederick Post
Jan DuVall, Director of Operations MFCA
2000/2001
Mark Thomas, Fox 5 Sports
2001/2002
John Steadman, Baltimore Sun
2002/2003
Johnny Holliday,Sportsbroadcaster
2003/2004
Jens Rygh
2004 /2005
No Recipents
2005/2006
Vince Ahearn, All-Star Games
2006/2007/2008
No Recipents
2008/2009
Josh Barr--Washington Post
2009/2010
Willie “Stew” Stewart--Anacostia
2010 /2011
No Recipent
2011 /2012
No Recipent
2012/13 Hall of Fame Inductee
Ken Brace
Watkins Mill
Ken attended Robert E Peary High
School in Montgomery County,
graduating in 1964. He attended
University of Maryland from 1964
to 1969, were he was a graduate
Assistant in 1969. His teaching and
coaching career all in Montgomery
County Started in 1969 and lasted
until 2007. During that time Ken
served as a teacher coach and
Athletic Director.
1969-1974—JV Coach Peary High
School
1974-1977—Assistant Coach
Woodward High School as a
Defensive Coordinator for Coach
Pete Lerario
1977-1989 Head Coach, Wheaton
High School, Regional Champions
1979 and 1980
1989-1994 Head Coach, Watkins Mills High School, Quarter Finals 1991, 4A
State Champion in 1993
1995 Athletic Director , Watkins Mills High School
1996 &1997 Head Coach Magruder High School
1998-2004 Head Coach, Watkins Mills, State Quarter-finals 1999
24 years as A Head Coach with 141 wins; 8 years as Assistant Coach
1979-1981 President, Montgomery County Coaches Association
Inducted into Watkins Mills High School Hall of Fame
John W. Voight Award 2012/13
Roy Main
Middletown
Played at Thomas Johnson High School 1974-1978
Middletown Assistant Football Coach 1983-2012
Middletown Assistant Basketball Coach 1998-2000,
2006-08, 2012-13
Roy has over 30 years of experience as an assistant
football coach at various levels…. Roy has coached at
the youth League level ,the ninth grade, the JV and the
varsity level over those 30 years… recently over the past
10 years Roy has served as the offensive coordinator under three head coaches at
Middletown coach Tim Ambrose, Lorne Ridenour and now Kevin Lynott…. for 10
years Roy’s offense has led the area and or/state in many categories… coach Main
has been part of five regional championships…4 straight regional championships…
eight straight regional championship games….4 state title games and 2 state
championships all under coach Maine’s direction as an offensive coordinator….he is
known as a master motivator and one to get the most out of players….a player’s
coach and his old school demanding style produces results ….coach Main is one-ofa-kind and the staple of Middletown success over 30 years….
John W. Voight Award 2012/13
Fran Parry
Gaithersburg
Began coaching career in 1975 at Northwood High School. For
four years Fran was as an assistant coach under Brady Straub.
During his tenure at Northwood he coached the special teams
and secondary. In 1979-1980 he transferred to Gaithersburg
High School. During his tenure at Gaithersburg Fran coached
four years as an assistant varsity coach under the stewardship
of Head Coach John Harvill from 1986-1989. His areas of
coaching responsibilities were with the defensive secondary and
special teams. From 1990-1999 Fran began coaching as a junior
varsity football coach — six of those years as the head junior
varsity coach. As the junior varsity coach his team finished
with 70 wins and 20 losses. During the time Fran coached under John Harvill as an assistant
coach he helped the varsity program to win two state championships and three state finalists.
After Coach Harvill retired in 1999 Fran stayed on as an assistant coach under Kreg Kephart
as an assistant varsity coach for 12 more years. During this time he coached the defensive
secondary and special teams. Over this period of time Fran helped the varsity program win
another state championship title in 2000. As an assistant for Coach Kephart, Gaithersburg
only experienced one losing (below .500) season. After retiring from teaching in 2011, Fran
began coaching and is currently a volunteer assistant varsity football coach at Northwest High
School.
John W. Voight Award 2012/13
Lorne Ridenour
Middletown
Played at Boonsboro High School class of 1986, 4
years
Bridgewater College 2 year starter on the OLine
Beall High School Coaching 1 year 1991
Brunswick High School 1 year 1992
Middletown High School assistant coach 1993-2004,
head coach 2005-2007, assist head coach 2009-2012
Lorne has been part of Middletown football for
nearly 20 years…. He has coached numerous undefeated JV teams and became
the second head-coach in Middletown history in 2005 with 28 and 10 record…
won a regional title and 2 conference titles ….he came back to coaching in 2009
where for the past three years has been the team’s defensive coordinator , special
teams coordinator and has helped lead our team three years in a row to the state
championship game with two state titles…..Lorne has been instrumental to every
aspect of Middletown Football for the past 20 seasons……..Lorne also serves as
our strength and conditioning teacher during the day and has lead the program to
its greatest strength levels in the past several seasons….It also should be noted that
Lorne serves as our assistant Head Coach for the past 4 years…..
John W. Voight Award 2012/13
Eric Wade
Suitland
2003 through 2012 offensive coordinator and QB coach
Suitland High School (79-16) 31.5 ppg. State champion
2004 and 2006.
1999 through 2003 Head Football Coach Largo High School
(28-21)
1994-99 offensive coordinator Largo high (avg. 24.5 points
per game) state final 1997
1989-1999 wide rec./cornerback coach Largo high
1984-1999 defensive back and receivers coach varsity largo high. (head J.V. coach
35-14 )
1985-1999 Assistant head basketball coach Largo Sr. High, State champion 1993
1979-1983 Syracuse Univ. 3 year letter winner (B.A.)
1979 graduate largo high school
Accepted full scholarship Syracuse Univ.
All-met ‘78
Wash post, Washington star, P.G. Journal, player of the year
Washington Touchdown club, Md. Player of the year
Pigskin Club Md. Player of the year
Defensive Player of the Year
HENRY POGGI
Senior ∞ Gilman ∞ 6-4 260
Two time all-met selection Henry led the defense
that allowed just 8.1 points per game. The No.1
Greyhounds went undefeated against MIAA A conference competition to win their second straight championship. His size, strength and power helped him
fight off the double teams and he had 14 1/2 sacks,
87 tackles (31 for a loss), 31 pressures and three
forced fumbles
College: Michigan
Defensive Line
NICK D’AVANZO
Senior ∞ Archbishop Curley ∞ 6-3 285
Physical 6-foot-3, 285-pound
defensive tackle with
quick first step, nonstop motor. Recorded
58 tackles, 14 sacks,
five forced fumbles,
four deflected passes,
one interception for
touchdown. Also played
wing back with 114
carries for 644 yards,
10 touchdowns
College: New Mexico
Defensive Line
MARVIN GROSS JR.
Senior ∞Dunbar∞ 6-4 200
Speedy 6-4, 201-pound
defensive end is repeat
first-team selection
Led the Class 1A state
champions with 33
sacks and had 64 in two
years
Key reason for Poets
shutting out 10 opponents, allowing just 52 points
College: West Virginia
Defensive Line
MALIK DORSEY
Senior∞ Meade∞ 6-1 280
Non-stop 6-1, 280-pound
defensive tackle proved
tough to block
Able to split double
teams, tear through
single blockers and excelled at collapsing the
pocket
Had 62 tackles, 5.5 sacks, five
forced fumbles
College: Maine
Defensive line
MELVIN KEIHN
Junior ∞GiIman∞ 6-3 220
Relentless 6-3, 220pound defensive
end with outstanding
speed off the edge,
ability to drop into
pass coverage
Had 13 sacks, nine
tackles for a loss and
two fumble recoveries
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Has 16 FBS offers, including
Notre Dame, Miami, West Virginia, Maryland
Linebacker
JA’WHAUN BENTLY
Junior ∞DeMatha ∞ 6-1 205
One season removed
from knee surgery, he
led the WCAC runner-up
Stags with 116 tackles
and had seven sacks
Linebacker
MARCUS NEWBY
Senior∞ Quince Orchard∞ 6-1 ∞ 210
Fierce hitter had
132 tackles and
helped Md. 4A runner-up blank five
foes.
College: Nebraska
Linebacker
ZACH BRADSHAW
Senior ∞ Damascus ∞ 6-3 205
Scored via catch, run,
interception return, and
punt and kick returns for
10-win Hornets
College: Virginia
Linebacker
MARCEL NGACHIE
Senior ∞ Good Counsel∞ 5-11 210
Led WCAC champs with
49 tackles, including
eight for loss. Had 52
tackles, 11 tackles for
loss and 3 sacks
College: Albany
Linebacker
MICAH KISER
Senior∞Gilman∞ 6-2 225
Smart 6-2, 215pound middle
linebacker; defensive
quarterback for No.
1 Greyhounds. Run
stopper who can get
into pass coverage.
Had six sacks, four
interceptions, a
fumble recovery, 91
tackles. Offers from
Florida, Auburn, Virginia, South Carolina,
College: Virginia
Defensive Back
KIRK GARNER
Senior ∞Good Counsel∞ 5-11 180
A 5-foot-11, 180pound defensive back,
he had more than a
dozen offers,Virginia
Maryland, Florida
State, N.C. State,
Penn State and
Purdue, among
others. He had 4
interceptions and
broke up seven passes
College: Virginia
Defensive Back
EVAN GRIFFIN
Senior ∞ River Hilll ∞ 5-10 160
Defensive Back
DELANDO JOHNSON
Senior ∞ Calvert Hall ∞ 6-3 190
The 5-10, 160-pound
safety had four of his five
interceptions in the last
two games, including
three against Urbana
Had 75 tackles
(47 solo) for the Class 3A
state champion Hawks
Also a halfback who
ran 109 times for 1,022
yards, caught 32 passes for 637 yards and had
2,160 all-purpose yards and 21 total touch-
Defensive Back
TREY LEE
Senior ∞Patuxent∞ 5-8 180
Strong safety who,
at 6-3, 190 pounds,
is physical enough to
play in the box, athletic
enough to play out in
space. Had 80 tackles,
two forced fumbles,
four interceptions (one
returned for touchdown)
Doubled as a wide receiver with 11 catches for
130 yards and two touchdowns
College: Toledo
KICKER
ADAM GREENE
Senior ∞ Broadneck ∞ 5-11 180
Repeat first-team All
-Met selection who set
state record with 27
career field goals
Kicked off the ground,
hit every field goal
from 41 yards and in;
hit 10 of 17 field goals,
18 of 22 extra points
Had 41 of 49 kickoffs
for touchbacks
Scored 23 total
touchdowns on
offense, defense and
special teams. Rushed
for 1,394 yards and
threw for 503. SMAC
conference Player of
the Year
Offensive Player of the Year
College: Maryland
KENDALL FULLER
Senior ∞Good Counsel ∞ 5-11 190
The 5-11, 190 pound, two-way standout - he was
an All-Met defensive back last season - caught
44 passes for 695 yards and seven touchdowns,
three of them in the Washington Catholic Athletic
Conference Championship Game. A national
recruit at cornerback, he had three interceptions,
eight pass breakups, 28 tackles and a sack
College:Virginia Tech
Quarterback
SHANE COCKERILLE
Senior∞ Gilman ∞ 6-3 215
Ran for 1,305 yards, 15
touchdowns and threw
for 1,106 yards, seven
touchdowns
Carried 26 times
for 234 yards,and
three touchdowns
in the A Conference
championship game
College: Maryland
Running Back
LAVON CHANEY
Senior ∞South River ∞ 5-9 175
Quick, decisive 5-9, 175pound speedster also
doubled as an explosive
receiver
Ran 159 times for 1,491
yards, 14 touchdowns and
had 59 catches for 777
yards, two touchdowns,
one return touchdown
More than 3,000 rushing
yards, more than 1,300 receiving yards, 43
touchdowns in his career
College: Monmouth
Running Back
DARIUS VICTOR
Senior ∞Northwestern PG ∞ 5-8 210
Rushed for 1787
yards on 194 carries
Scored 28 touchdowns and 6 PAT’s
9 out of the 10
games he rushed
over 100 yards and
had 5 200 yard rushing games
College: Towson
Quarterback
DERYK KERN
Senior ∞Westminster∞ 6-0 160
He set another
state record with 63
touchdown passes in
a season, breaking the
previous mark of 56 set
in 2008
He finished the season
with 3,890 passing
yards, completed 213
of 356 passes and
threw 12 interceptions.
He also ran 62 times
for 105 yards and four touchdowns
Running Back
DORIAN O’DANIEL
Senior ∞ Good Counsel∞ 6-1 205
An All-Met linebacker
in 2011, he gained
1,307 yards and
scored 18 touchdowns for the WCAC
champions
College: Clemson
Wide Receiver
TAIVON JACOBS
Junior ∞ Suitland ∞ 5-11 160
Repeat All-Met had
1,065 receiving yards
and 15 touchdowns.
As a DB, had six interceptions and 12 in
two season. Had nine
returns for TD as a
Junior
College: Maryland
Wide Receiver
BLAINE PRICE
Senior ∞ Brunswick ∞ 5-10 175
Set state single-season
records for receptions
(134), receiving yards
(1,749).
Wide Receiver
PAUL HARRIS
Senior∞ Douglass PG ∞ 6-4 200
Scored six of his 11 touchdowns in post-season
as team went to second
straight Maryland 2A final.
College: Tennessee
All-Purpose Back
ZACH WELCH
Senior∞ Middletown ∞ 5-11 185
Frederick County
player of the Year. He
ran for 2,359 yards
and 30 touchdowns,
made 7-of-12 field
goals and averaged
37 yards per kick
return
Offensive Line
JUSTIN FALCINELLI
Junior∞Middletown∞ 6-5 300
Best offensive lineman
in the area led powerful
ground attack. A
3.9 GPA, Justin has
offers from Maryland,
Clemson, Virginia. Pitt,
Rutgers and Penn St.
College: Monmouth
Offensive Line
ANTONIO HARRIS
Senior∞ Wise∞ 6-4 310
A force on both
sides of the ball for
the Maryland 4A
champion Pumas,
who averaged 245
rushing yards per
game
College: Towson
Offensive Line
MOISE LAROSE
Senior∞ Wilde Lake ∞ 6-6 290
Didn’t allow a sack on
offense; had 15 tackles
for loss and five sacks
on defense
College: Maryland
Offensive Line
DAMIAN PRINCE
Junior ∞ Bishop McNamara∞ 6-7 305
Perhaps the most
dominant lineman in
WCAC; holds more
than 35 scholarship
offers
Offensive Line
NA’TY RODGERS
Senior ∞ McDonough∞ 6-5 285
Highly coveted
recruit anchored a
line that helped the
Rams score more
than 28 points per
game
College: South Carolina
Coach of the Year
Coach of the Year
KEVIN LYNOTT
Middletown
DaLAWN PARRISH
Wise
The Knights have
now won 22
straight games
and 38 of their
last 40 dating
back to the third
week of the 2010
season. The victory
over Frederick
Douglass-PG in
the State Championship game at M&T
bank on December 1, 2012 capped the first
unbeaten season in school history with a
final record of 14-0.
Team Record over last 5 years: 55-12
4 MVAL League Championships (2008,
2010-2012)
4 Consecutive Regional Championships
(2009-2012)
3 Consecutive State Championship Game
Appearances (2010-2012)
2 Consecutive State Championships (2011
& 2012)
-Team finished
ranked 3 in the
Media State
Pool
-Team finished
ranked 2 in the
Wash Post
-Team finished
14-0, county,
region, and state
champs
-Team scored
547 and only gave up 50 points, team
defeated 4 teams ranked in top 20
Coach Parrish-Gazette coach of the
year, Wash Post All met coach of the
year ( first all met 1st team player and all
met coach), Head Coach of PG vs Smac
allstar game, consensus media coach of
the year (first consensus all-state player
and coach)
Maryland All-State Football Players of the Year and Coaches of the Year
OFFENSIVE
2011/2012 Rob Chesson* Old Mill
DEFENSE
Stefon Diggs * Good Counsel
2010/2011 Darius Jennings* Gilman
Vince Croce* Good Counsel
2009/10
Billy Cosh*Arundel
Louis Young *Good Counsel
2008/09
Tavon Austin* Dunbar
Kenny Tate*DeMatha
2008/07
Tavon Austin* Dunbar
Ian Thomas*DeMatha
2007/06
Joe Haden*Friendly
Akeem Hebron*Good Counsel
2006/05
Ben Tate*Snow Hill
Navorro Bowman*Suitland
2005/04
Ike Whitaker* Northwest
Eric Lentz*Urbana
2004/03
D. McPhearson*DeMatha
Victor Abiamiri*Gilman
2003/02
Ambrose Woodson*GIlman
Shawne Merriman*Douglass
2002/01
Terry Cauley*Patuxent
Seth Mitchell*Gwynn Park
2001/00
Samri Richardson*GB
Derek Wake*DeMatha
COACH
Bob Milloy * Good Counsel
Brain Van Deusen * River Hill
Donald Davis * Calvert Hall
Ryan Hines * Urbana
Marc Mesaros*Eastern Tech
Doug Wlliams*Catoctin
Al Thomas Sherwood
Brian Abbott Loyola
Dave Mencarini*QO
Lawrence Smith*Dunbar
Nick Lynch*Suitland
Gunnard Twyner*Kennedy
Dan Makosy*Dmascus
Biff Poggi*Gilman
Eric Knight*Potomac
Randy Trivers*Northwest
Rick Conner*Liganore
Bill McGregor*DeMatha
Dan Paro*G. Prep
Steve Turnbaugh*Hereford
Dave Carruthers*Urbana
Jerry Franks*Calvert
Terry Changuris*Seneca
2000/99
Chris Kelley*Seneca Valley
Darnell Dockett*Paint Branch
Dave Carruthers*Urbana
1999/98
Chris Kelly*Seneca Valley
Loui Georgalas*Calvert Hall
Doug DuVall*Wilde Lake
98/97
Walter Cross*Oxon Hill
Monte Graves*St Mary’s
Doug Fleetwood*Camb.
97/96
Tyree Foreman*Sherwood
Tommy Polley*Dunbar
Jerry Hartman*Meade
96/95
Tyree Foreman*Sherwood
Tommy Polley*Dunbar
Mike Working*St. Joe
95/94
Bobby Sabelhaus*McDonogh Troy Fowlkes*North County
94/93
Toni Willis*Cambridge
93/92
John Seymour*Liganore
None
Al Thomas*Damascus
John Harvill*Gaithersburg
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