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Patrick Blair

Calvert Hall, baseball

Blair has been the catalyst of the three-time defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champion and top-ranked Cardinals (25-7). In two playoff wins last week that put the Cardinals in today's A Conference championship at Ripken Stadium, Blair led the way. In an 11-1 rout of St. Paul's on Wednesday, Blair, last year's first-team All-Metro shortstop as a sophomore, had a single, double and triple and scored two runs. On Friday in a 7-2 victory over Archbishop Spalding, he singled in a run and later stole home to put the Cardinals (25-7) up for good at 2-1. He leads the team in average (.462), runs (34), RBIs (34), triples (five), homers (seven) and stolen bases (21), and has a .900 fielding percentage.

Others considered -- Eric Aumann, South River, baseball; Stephen Blucher, Marriotts Ridge, baseball; Harrison Chaires, Centennial, lacrosse; George Chambers, Archbishop Curley, track and field; Jay Mann, Dulaney, lacrosse.


Anna Demaree

River Hill, track and field

In leading the Hawks to the Class 2A South region championship, Demaree, a freshman, enjoyed first-place finishes in the 800 (2:22.18) and 1,600 (5:17.82), and also anchored the winning 3,200 relay. In the Howard County championships two weeks ago, Demaree swept the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 races, and anchored the winning 3,200 relay. Also a cross country and indoor track standout, she has a 4.0 grade point average.

Others considered -- Kristen Brown, McDonogh, track and field; Dorehn Coleman, River Hill, track and field; Kelly Hickman, Chesapeake-AA, softball; Fatima Ouattara, Woodlawn, tennis; Erika Stasakova, John Carroll, track and field.

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