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Torrie Saunders

Annapolis, track and field

Saunders, a four-year varsity performer, captured four gold medals at North County's Knights Invite on Friday and was chosen Athlete of the Meet.

The senior set a meet record in the 300 hurdles (46 seconds), won the 100 hurdles and triple jump and was part of the winning 400 relay team, which also set a meet record.

Saunders is coming off a fine indoor season in which she earned first-team All-Metro honors.

She placed second in the 55 hurdles at the Class 3A state meet and finished fifth in the 300.

Still undecided on a college, Saunders has George Mason, Long Island and Bowie State as her top choices.

Others considered -- Erin Laschinger, Notre Dame Prep, lacrosse; Kayla Martinez, Arundel, softball; Kourtney Salvarola, Broadneck, softball.


Greg Dutton

Calvert Hall, lacrosse

The sophomore starting goalkeeper had two outstanding games last week against ranked teams to keep the No. 2 Cardinals unbeaten overall (10-0) and in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference (3-0).

Dutton, 6 feet 1 and 160 pounds, stopped 27 shots in the two games and has a save percentage of .650. In a 13-8 victory over then-No. 4 St. Mary's, Dutton rejected 15 shots, including some spectacular saves. In a 5-2 win over then-No. 6 McDonogh, Dutton stopped 12 and drew high praise from his teammates and coach Bryan Kelly.

Others considered -- Patrick Blair, Calvert Hall, baseball; David Borcik, Franklin, lacrosse; Jeff Crosswhite, River Hill, baseball; Anthony Drumgoole, Digital Harbor, track and field; Curtis Simon, Perry Hall Christian, baseball; Maurice Washington, Carver, lacrosse.

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