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Sean Roddy Loyola, swimming

Roddy became an instant All-American in two events, earned possible qualification in a third and along the way broke a 21-year-old Loyola record during a meet Saturday against Mercersburg Academy at Loyola. Roddy won the 200 individual medley in an All-America automatic time of 1 minute, 53.81 seconds, won the 100 breaststroke in an All-America automatic time of 57.41 and then anchored the 400 freestyle relay in an All-America consideration time of 3:12.84. If the 400 FS time is among the 40 best in the country at the end of the year, Roddy will be an All-American in all three events. The senior has a 3.7 grade-point average and will attend LSU on athletic and academic scholarships next year.

Others considered: : Matt Duerr, Century, basketball; Scott Mantua, River Hill, wrestling; James Ways, Winters Mill, indoor track

Zoey Whittington Catonsville, track and field

In her first season of indoor track, the sophomore finished second in two races at the Hispanic Games at the New York Armory in Manhattan with times that rank among the best in the nation this winter. She ran the 200 meters in 24.51 seconds and finished the 400 meters in 55.83 seconds. Whittington, who played basketball last season, set a meet record of 57.74 seconds in the 400 meters at last month's Howard County Winter Track Festival. A four-time Junior Olympian with eight medals including three gold, she has a 3.5 grade-point average.

OTHERS CONSIDERED: : Ashley Dolgoff, Glenelg Country School, basketball; Cara Facchina, Mount de Sales, basketball; Briana Hutchen, St. Frances, basketball; Shamika Williams, Catonsville, basketball

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