Ty Woodard, Dulaney, football
In his first season at Dulaney, the junior dual-threat quarterback set a school single-game record with seven touchdowns in the Lions’ first win over Catonsville in at least 25 years. Woodard, 6 feet, 195 pounds, threw for six touchdowns and ran for one in the 48-35 road victory. He threw for 364 yards on18-for-27 passing with one interception. He has completed 37 of 66 passes for 697 yards and nine touchdowns with four interceptions this season. Woodard spent his freshman year on Mount Saint Joseph’s JV and last year as City’s starting quarterback before settling at Dulaney.
OTHERS CONSIDERED: Ben Alexander, Calvert Hall, soccer; Kenny Lewis, Loyola Blakefield, football; Devin McCarthy, Severn, soccer; Brady McMaines, Fallston, football; Joey Navarro, Oakland Mills, cross country