Boys

Baltimore Sun - - VARSITY -

JOHN GRIF­FITH

St. Frances, foot­ball

Ravens quar­ter­back La­mar Jack­son wasn’t the only sig­nal caller for a Bal­ti­more team that threw five touch­down passes this week­end. Grif­fith matched the feat in the No. 1 Panthers’ 64-0 win over Florida-based Amer­i­can Col­le­giate Academy on Fri­day night — only play­ing in the first half. The sopho­more com­pleted 12 of 17 passes for 210 yards as the Panthers (3-0) built a 38-0 half­time lead. In three games, Grif­fith has thrown for 555 yards and nine touch­downs with one in­ter­cep­tion. Start­ing in his sec­ond sea­son, Grif­fith is the first sopho­more in pro­gram his­tory to be named a team cap­tain.

Oth­ers con­sid­ered: Grant Far­ley, Gil­man, soc­cer; Lucca Maz­zola, Arch­bishop Spald­ing, soc­cer; Jordan Moore, Loy­ola Blake­field, foot­ball; Von Reames, Franklin, foot­ball

Girls

EVE VICK­ERY

Ch­e­sa­peake-AA, field hockey

The se­nior goalie helped get the Cougars off to a fine start with two wins at their Ch­e­sa­peake Field Hockey Tour­na­ment on Saturday. Vick­ery, a sec­ondteam All-Metro selec­tion as a ju­nior, recorded three saves in a 3-1 sea­son-open­ing win over Patux­ent and proved to be the dif­fer­ence in the Cougars’ 2-1 win over Mount de Sales in the day’s sec­ond win. She fin­ished with 17 saves, in­clud­ing six af­ter the Sailors earned four penalty cor­ners af­ter time ex­pired. Vick­ery, who has com­mit­ted to Delaware, also was named first-team Al­lS­tate and was the only un­der­class­men from Mary­land on the Na­tional Field Hockey Coaches As­so­ci­a­tion’s MidAt­lantic all-re­gion team. Last sea­son, she stopped 83% of the shots she faced and fin­ished with seven shutouts to help lead the Cougars to the Class 3A state ti­tle game.

Oth­ers con­sid­ered: Micayla Bull, Lib­erty, field hockey; Pey­ton Hale, Bel Air, field hockey; Rachel Mur­phy, Howard, field hockey; So­phie Thibeault, Arch­bishop Spald­ing, soc­cer.

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