2 SPORTS SPORTS THE BALTIMORE SUN | | WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2019 D TODAY’S TV RAVENS SNAP COUNT ANALYSIS Major League Baseball Atlanta at Philadelphia. 7 p.m. ESPN Dodgers at Orioles. 7 p.m. MASN Washington at Minn.. 7:30 p.m. MASN2 Cubs at San Diego. 10 p.m. ESPN FIBA Basketball World Cup United States vs France. 7 a.m. ESPNEWS WNBA Phoenix at Chicago. 8 p.m. ESPN2 Minnesota at Seattle. 10 p.m. ESPN2 Bicycling Vuelta a Espana, Stage 17. 10 a.m. OLYM Golf European KLM Open. 5:30 a.m. GOLF NWSL Chicago at Orlando. 7 p.m. ESPNEWS Tennis Hiroshima-WTA. 6 a.m. TENNIS Zhengzhou Open. 7 a.m. TENNIS USTA Men’s Pro Circuit Cary. 11 a.m. TENNIS Hiroshima-WTA. 10:30 p.m. TENNIS Women’s College Volleyball Oregon at Pittsburgh. 8 p.m. ESPNU REGIONAL DIGEST Baltimore Blast to host open tryouts Ravens offensive snap counts vs. Dolphins Ravens defensive snap counts vs. Dolphins Tyus Bowser, LB Kenny Young, LB Chuck Clark, FS Anthony Levine Sr., SS Chris Board, LB Patrick Ricard, DT Jimmy Smith, CB Justin Bethel, CB Brynden Trawick, FS DeShon Elliott, DB Cyrus Jones, CB 23 21 16 14 13 11 6 3 3 3 2 Patrick Onwuasor, LB Earl Thomas III, FS Tony Jefferson, SS Marlon Humphrey, CB Anthony Averett, CB Matthew Judon, LB Chris Wormley, DT Brandon Carr, CB Tim Williams, LB Michael Pierce, NT Brandon Williams, DT Pernell McPhee, LB 49 47 46 46 45 39 30 30 27 26 25 25 Bradley Bozeman, G Orlando Brown Jr., T Matt Skura, C Ronnie Stanley, T Lamar Jackson, QB Marshal Yanda, G Seth Roberts, WR Willie Snead IV, WR Nick Boyle, TE Hayden Hurst, TE Chris Moore, WR 77 77 77 63 54 54 52 50 43 43 32 The Baltimore Blast will hold open tryouts Oct. 5 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Northeast Regional Recreation Center, at 7501 Oakleigh Road in Parkville. “Last season we signed two players out of the open tryouts, goalkeeper Mike Zierhoffer and forward Mo Ndiaye, both of whom helped us win games this past season,” Blast coach Danny Kelly said. Go to baltimoreblast.com/ baltimoreblast- tryout to download a registration form. Tryout players must be 18 or older to apply. The form and the $75 registration fee must be submitted by Sept. 30. Contact Justin Bittner at [email protected] blast.com for more information. Mark Andrews, TE Gus Edwards, RB Mark Ingram II, RB Patrick Ricard, FB Justice Hill, RB Patrick Mekari, G Robert Griffin III, QB Myles Boykin, WR James Hurst, T Marquise Brown, WR 32 29 25 24 23 23 23 18 14 14 Observations: The Ravens played Jefferson, Eric Weddle and C.J. Mosley on almost every snap in 2018, and it seems that will be the case for Jefferson, Thomas and Onwuasor this season. Averett immediately took on a starter’s workload when Smith went out with a knee injury. He played 15 more snaps than Carr, perhaps a sign that Carr was still banged up with the hip injury that had him listed as questionable to play. As promised, the Ravens asked far more of third-year outside linebackers Tim Williams and Tyus Bowser than they did last season. Expect Judon to carry the heaviest load among the edge rushers, but it will be fascinating to see if Williams, a disappointment in his previous two seasons, can hold on to the prominent role he played in the opener. The Ravens surprised us by starting Young at weak-side linebacker and using him more than Board. Observations: The Ravens went all in with Bozeman as their starting left guard rather than rotate him with James Hurst as they did last year. It will be interesting to see if the wide receiver workload evens out given how Brown and Boykin produced in limited snaps. Snead would have been the odds-on favorite to play the most in that position group, so it was surprising to see the Ravens use Roberts as much as they did. We talked all summer about the Ravens’ three-headed tight end, and as expected, they used Boyle, Hayden Hurst and Andrews liberally. Ingram carried 14 times in the 25 snaps he played, so if he’s on the field, there’s a good chance he’ll touch the ball. Offensive coordinator Greg Roman promised to use Ricard to go “medieval” on opposing defenses, and the fullback played a prominent role in the opener. St. Frances, with all 12 first-place votes, maintained its top spot in the the Maryland High School Football State Poll. Here’s are this week’s rankings: 1. St. Frances, 3-0; 2. DeMatha, 1-1; 3. Good Counsel, 2-0; 4. Calvert Hall, 3-0; 5. Archbishop Spalding, 2-0; 6. Mount St. Joseph, 2-1; 7. Quince Orchard, 1-0; 8. Franklin, 1-0; 9. Northwest, 1-0; 10. Wise, 1-0; 11. National Christian, 3-0; 12. North Point, 1-0; 13. Damascus, 0-1; 14. Bullis, 1-0; 15. McDonogh, 2-0; 16. Loyola, 2-0; 17. Georgetown Prep, 1-1; 18. Milford Mill, 1-0; 19. Oakdale, 1-0; 20. Mervo, 1-0; 21. Linganore, 1-0; 22. Landon, 0-1; 23. St. Mary’s Ryken, 0-2; 24. Elkton, 1-0; 25. Dunbar, 0-1; Others Receiving Votes: Douglass-PG (1-0), Potomac (1-0), Broadneck (0-1), North Caroline (1-0), Dundalk (1-0), Flowers (1-0). Varsity football: — Childs Walker McKenzie Coan (Loyola Maryland) defended her world title Tuesday to highlight the second day of competition at the World Para Swimming Championships at the London Aquatics Center in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Coan and Ahalya Lettenberger won the women’s 400 freestyle S7 in 5:09.58. Swimming: Johns Hopkins junior Julito Quintana and freshman Axel Whamond were honored by the Centennial Conference for their performances in a 2-0 week for the Blue Jays. Quintana was named the Defensive Player of the Week, while Whamond was named the Offensive Player of the Week. ... Mount St. Mary’s improved to 3-0 with a 1-0 win at Howard on Tuesday. Yann Kouemi’s goal in the third minute lifted the Mountaineers to the victory. Men’s college soccer: McDaniel sophomore Hannah Schepers (Port Deposit resident) was named the Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week. Women’s college soccer: —Baltimore Sun staff LOCAL SCOREBOARD MINORS Double-A Eastern Championship Series Bowie vs. Trenton (Trenton leads 1-0; Best-of-5) Tue: Bowie Wed: Thur: a-Fri: a-Sat: Note: Others Loch Raven 4, Lansdowne 0 Old Mill 2, Howard 1, OT South Carroll 5, Patterson Mill 1 Girls volleyball TOP 15 7 Mt. Trenton 6, at Trenton, 7 at 7 at 7 at 6:35 a-if necessary 2 de Sales d. Spalding, 27-29, 2518, 25-12, 23-25, 15-12 Bel Air d. Bo Manor, 25-10, 25-8, 25-15 Bowie, Bowie, Bowie, 9 Others Maryvale d. NDP, 25-20, 25-12, 25-15 Perryville d. Patterson Mill, 25-18, 25-19, 23-25, 25-15 SOCCER MLS Sunday D.C. United NWSL Saturday Boys golf Team scores: at Portland, 7:30 1. Dulaney, 57; 2. Catonsville, 205; 3. Eastern Tech 206. Badminton Reign FC at Spirit, 7:30 Eastern Tech 10, Carver A&T 1 Wednesday Boys soccer LACROSSE MLL Saturday Bayhawks Dulaney at Parkville, 4 Edgewood at Woodlawn, 4 Glenelg CS at Concordia Prep, 4 St. Mary’s at Friends, 4 Sts. Peter & Paul at Gerstell, 4 Calvert Hall at Loyola, 4:15 Gilman at McDonogh, 4:15 Park at AACS, 4:15 Mt. St. Joe at Catonsville, 5:15 Spalding at St. Paul’s, 4:15 Harford Tech at Bo Manor, 6:30 N. Harford at HDG, 6:45 at Denver, 5 PLL Saturday Second round (at New York) Chaos vs. Redwoods, 5 Archers vs. Chrome, 8 VARSITY Tuesday Boys soccer TOP 15 11 13 14 Others Girls soccer Aberdeen at North East, 3:30 Joppatowne at Rising Sun, 3:30 NAF at Ben Franklin, 3:45 Roland Park at Spalding, 4 HDG at Bo Manor, 5 Parkville at Dulaney, 5:15 Bel Air at N. Harford, 6:45 Edgewood at C.M. Wright, 6:45 C.M. Wright 0, Curley 0 Mt. Hebron 1, Oakland Mills 0 Arundel 7, Southern 0 4 Loch Raven 7, Chesa.-BC 0 Perry Hall 5, Franklin 0 Girls soccer TOP 15 6 14 Others COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday Mercy 2, Severn 0 Hereford 11, Dundalk 1 Maryland at Temple, 12 Wisconsin-Oshkosh at Salisbury, 12 Bowie St. at Shaw, 1 Frostburg St. at Concord, 1 McDaniel at Moravian, 1 Susquehanna at J. Hopkins, 1 East Carolina St. at Navy, 3:30 Morgan St. at JMU, 4 Bridgewater (Va.) at Stevenson, 7 Towson at Maine, 7 AACS 7, St. John’s-CP 3 Loch Raven 7, Chesa.-BC 0 Field hockey TOP 15 10 13 15 Broadneck 5, Glenelg 1 Chesapeake-AA 2, Centennial 1 Dulaney 2, Hereford 1 12 11 SPA NEW STAFF Oriental Massage Open 7 Days a Week 9am-Midnight 410-633-1880 6218 Eastern Ave. 95 Exit 59 W. 1/4 mile 10am-Midnight
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