Archbishop Spalding, baseball
Hillsinger has been the Cavaliers' catalyst all season as they have risen to the top of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference and the No. 1 ranking in The Sun. Last week, Hillsinger helped them win three straight games by going 5-for-9 (.556) with six runs scored, two RBIs, a double, a home run and three stolen bases. The senior outfielder led off the game against then-No. 1 Calvert Hall with a homer and finished with two hits and three runs scored as Archbishop Spalding rolled, 10-3. The Radford-bound Hillsinger leads the Cavaliers in batting average (.469), runs (38) and stolen bases (22), and he has three homers.
Others considered -- Matt Burke, Archbishop Spalding, lacrosse; Kyle Convissar, Severna Park, baseball; Tyler Fiorito, McDonogh, lacrosse; Tom Higinbothom, Towson, lacrosse; Brody Kean, Northeast, baseball; Matt Reymann, Catonsville, lacrosse.
McDonogh, track and field
The junior enjoyed a banner week, capturing eight first places in helping the Eagles defeat Seton Keough in a dual meet Wednesday and then win Saturday's Clash of the Titans Invitational at New Town. On Wednesday, Kimbers took the 100 meters in 11.9 seconds, tying a school record, and also won the long jump (18 feet, 1 3/4 inches) and high jump (5 feet). In addition, she anchored the winning 800-meter relay team. With the team victory, the Eagles have a five-year dual-meet winning streak. On Saturday, Kimbers won the 100, 200 and high jump (school- and meet-record 18-4) and anchored the winning 400-meter relay team. Kimbers, who also plays field hockey and was a team captain in the fall, is undefeated this spring in the 100, 200 and long jump. Others considered -- Kirsten Goldberg, St. Paul's, lacrosse; Becky Randall, Long Reach, softball; Erika Stasch, Chesapeake-AA, softball.