In track, she was a three-time Player of the Year and twice helped the Lions to state championships (1992 and 1995). Over her four years, she captured five individual state titles between the long jump, high jump and triple jump.
Further showcasing her versatility, Reid also spent one year each as a varsity volleyball player and cheerleader.
In college at Norfolk State, she continued her success as a two-sport athlete. She spent four years doing both basketball and track. She set a Bahamas Invitational Meet record in the high jump (5-11.75 as a junior) and averaged double-digits for the basketball team.
Since graduating, she has devoted a lot of her time to coaching in a variety of roles. At Hammond, she has coached freshman volleyball and track and is currently the varsity girls basketball coach for the Golden Bears. She was named Howard County girls basketball Coach of the Year after guiding the team to the state finals in 2002.
She also helped coach her daughter's fifth-grade AAU team to an YBOA national championship in 2012, something she lists as one of her proudest moments.
For nearly four decades, Huting was a coaching fixture at Centennial High School. He spent time leading JV wrestling, JV volleyball, girls indoor track, JV softball and varsity softball teams. And, as he'll be the first to tell you, he loved every minute of it.
"Every season that I coached was one to be proud of because of the people I coached whether it was a championship (season) or not," Huting said. "Each team had a personality and temperament that was unique and always fun to coach and be with."
Huting undoubtedly made his most lasting mark as varsity softball coach for the Eagles, guiding seven different teams to county championships. He also led the team to three regional titles and a state finals appearance in 1993.
That championship appearance, sparked by the leadership of seniors Kari Chichester, Kelly Butler and Megan Seewagen, is among his favorite memories. The 1989 team that made a trip to the state playoffs after winning an extra-inning game over Oakland Mills under the lights at Cedar Lane Park is near the top of the list as well.
Over the span of 24 years coaching varsity softball, Huting compiled an overall record of 329-141. Along the way he earned Coach of the Year accolades from a number of publications and, in 2008, was named to the Centennial High School Hall of Fame.
As much as the accolades, though, Huting, who retired from Centennial in 2011, will be remembered for his ability to teach and develop team concepts in every sport he coached.