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Shane Milam McDonogh, wrestling

In the biggest, most competitive wrestling tournament in Maryland, Milam, a senior, won his 171-pound weight class at Mount Mat Madness on Saturday. He won five bouts - two by decision, two by major decision and one by pin. His closest match of the tournament was a pressure-filled final against St. Mark's Ty Snook. St. Mark's was McDonogh's primary challenger for second place at the event, and when Milam held on for a 3-2 victory, it clinched second for the Eagles. "I knew the significance of it," Milam said. "But I put it out of my mind. Thinking about it wouldn't make me wrestle any better." Milam is 29-3 this season and 156-30 for his career. He carries a 3.2 grade-point average and will attend the University of Pennsylvania.

Others considered:: Skip Newberger, wrestling, Boys' Latin; Justin Rose, indoor track and field, McDonogh; Jason Sharp, basketball, Lake Clifton

Asia Logan Digital Harbor, basketball

The 6-foot junior forward led the No. 8 Rams to three victories last week, including two at the Basketball Academy at Morgan State. She had 21 points and 20 rebounds during a 43-32 win over No. 9 Catonsville and 27 points and 18 rebounds in a 51-42 defeat of Randallstown. She also had 21 points and 18 rebounds in a 51-35 Baltimore City league victory over Dunbar. An All-City player last season, Logan averages 23 points and 16 rebounds for the 10-1 Rams. She plays Amateur Athletic Union basketball for the Lady Lions and has a 3.5 grade-point average.

Others considered: : Brianna Bradford, Reservoir, basketball; Rachel Holehouse, Fallston, basketball; Amanda Kimbers, McDonogh, indoor track and field; Melanie Osefo, Pikesville, basketball.

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