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Jack Doyle

Gilman, lacrosse

Doyle, a junior midfielder, led the top-ranked Greyhounds to impressive victories over two top-five teams to keep Gilman undefeated in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference (7-0) and overall (14-0). He scored four goals, won six faceoffs and scooped up four ground balls in a 17-7 rout of No. 2 Loyola on April 22, and followed that with four goals, two assists and three ground balls in a 10-7 triumph over No. 3 Calvert Hall on Friday. Doyle, who entered the week off a fine performance (three goals, two assists, five ground balls) in a 14-8 win over then-No. 5 Boys' Latin, has orally committed to play lacrosse at Harvard.

Others considered -- Greg Bryant, Calvert Hall, baseball; Trey Hilberg, Hereford, lacrosse; Joe Monar, Old Mill, baseball; Matt Reymann, Catonsville, lacrosse; Chris Sisk, South Carroll, lacrosse.


Kristy Black

Glenelg, lacrosse

The Maryland-bound senior was at her best when it counted most Friday, scoring three of her six goals against Mount Hebron in overtime to lead the No. 15 Gladiators to a 14-11 win. It was the first time Glenelg had beaten its Howard County rival. In wins over Oakland Mills, Howard and Mount Hebron, Black, a midfielder who has played varsity for four years, totaled nine goals and seven assists. Entering the week, she leads the Gladiators this season in goals (37), assists (22), draw controls (41) and ground balls (35). Through Friday's game, which improved the Gladiators to 7-3 overall and 7-0 in Howard County, Black had 246 career points (139 goals, 107 assists) to place her third on the program's all-time list, just nine points from No. 1.

Others considered -- Jessica Butler, Towson Catholic, softball; Anna Demaree, River Hill, track and field; Nikki Mantheiy, Chesapeake, softball; Alex Napoli, River Hill, lacrosse.

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