Terps make cut for John Car­roll ju­nior Quick­ley

Five-star point guard lists UM among fi­nal 8 choices; Craw­ford hired at Spald­ing

Baltimore Sun - - VARSITY - — Jonas Shaf­fer — Glenn Gra­ham

Maryland is one of eight schools still un­der con­sid­er­a­tion by John Car­roll ju­nior point guard Im­manuel Quick­ley, he an­nounced Mon­day night.

The five-star bas­ket­ball prospect in the Class of 2018 wrote on Twit­ter that Duke, Kansas, Wash­ing­ton, Mi­ami, Kentucky, Virginia, Prov­i­dence and the Terps had made his lat­est cut. All but Duke have of­fered, ac­cord­ing to 247Sports.com.

The 6-foot-4,185-pound guard is the No. 11 over­all prospect in the 247Sports.com com­pos­ite rank­ings and No. 3 point guard re­cruit.

He was named The Bal­ti­more Sun’s All-Metro Player of the Year last sea­son and helped the United States win the FIBA Un­der-17 World Cham­pi­onship this sum­mer

With Class of 2017 blue-chip point guard re­cruit Trevon Duval not headed to Col­lege Park, the Terps will need a ball-han­dler in the Class of 2018. Maryland also is re­cruit­ing and con­sid­ered the fa­vorite for Gon­zaga (D.C.) ju­nior guard Pren­tiss Hubb, a top-40 re­cruit. Cava­liers hire Craw­ford: Arch­bishop Spald­ing has named Pa­trick Craw­ford as its new var­sity boys soc­cer coach, the school’s di­rec­tor of ath­let­ics Jeff Par­sons an­nounced.

Craw­ford played and grad­u­ated from Old John Car­roll’s Im­manuel Quick­ley was named The Bal­ti­more Sun’s All-Metro Player of the Year last sea­son. Mill and Sal­is­bury Univer­sity, and also played pro­fes­sional in­door soc­cer for the Ma­jor Arena Soc­cer League’s Har­ris­burg Heat.

An Oden­ton res­i­dent, he has coached the ASA Charge men’s (Na­tional Premier Soc­cer League) and women’s (Women’s Premier Soc­cer League Elite) club teams and has coached and been a board mem­ber in the Arun­del Soc­cer As­so­ci­a­tion.

Craw­ford will re­place Nick Hon­drum,

State semi­fi­nal foot­ball sched­ule

Howard (11-1) at Wise (12-0), Fri­day, 7 p.m.

An­napo­lis (11-1) at Quince Or­chard (11-1), Fri­day, 7 p.m.

Glenelg (10-2) at Franklin (10-1), Fri­day, 7 p.m.

Po­tomac (8-3) at Da­m­as­cus (12-0), Fri­day, 7 p.m.

Dun­bar (9-3) at Walk­ersville (12-0), Fri­day, 7 p.m.

Elk­ton (11-1) at Calvert (11-1), Fri­day, 7 p.m.

Ed­mond­son (6-6) at Havre de Grace (9-2), Fri­day, 7 p.m.

Kent County (7-5) vs. Fort Hill (12-0) at Green­way Av­enue Sta­dium, Satur­day, 1 p.m. who was serv­ing as coach on an in­terim ba­sis af­ter the school dis­missed pre­vi­ous coach Richard Moller dur­ing his first sea­son this fall. The Cava­liers fin­ished 4-14-1 over­all and 3-12-1 in the Maryland In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion A Con­fer­ence this sea­son. Saints ap­point Jones: St. Mary’s named alumna Melinda “Mindy” Jones girls lacrosse coach.

Jones was a cap­tain of the Saints’


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