Performer of the Year
George Chambers, Archbishop Curley
One of the state's top sprinters, the junior was unbeaten in the 100, 200 and 400 meters and captured all three titles at the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association championship meet. Chambers set a meet record in winning the 400. . His times were among the area's best all season along.
Coach of the Year
Johnnie Foreman, Gilman
Foreman helped guide the Greyhounds to the prize they so desperately wanted -- the MIAA championship. Gilman won the regular season crown in the winter but fell short in the title meet to Mount St. Joseph. But this time, led by Jabulani Blyden and a balanced team, Gilman won both the regular season and postseason meets. Foreman did a good job of putting people in the right spots and helping nurture them along. This was a team without a lot of stars, but everyone contributed.
Name, School, Cl.
Kenneth Andoll, Poly, Sr.
Phil August, Mount St. Joseph, Sr.
Tavon Barnes, Carver., Jr.
Jabulani Blyden, Gilman, Sr.
George Chambers, Archbishop Curley, Jr.
Brandon Copeland, Gilman, Sr.
Anthony Drumgoole, Digital Harbor, Sr
Will Fenwick, Gilman, Sr.
Eric Franklin, Curley, Sr.
Antwan Hopper, Carver, Sr. Michael Houston, Poly, Sr.
Mikel McClain, Mount St. Joseph, Sr.
Derek Mitchell, Cardinal Gibbons, Sr.
Jacob Peery, Curley, Sr.
Davon Tildon, Carver, So.
Note: Team selected by Jeff Seidel after consultation with The Baltimore Sun staff and area coaches.