Matthew Centrowitz (Broadneck) finished fourth in the 800 meters at the Diamond League Adidas Grand Prix on Saturday in New York, finishing in 1 minute, 44.62 seconds. David Lekuta Rudisha of Kenya finished in 1:43.58, followed by Boris Berian of the United States (1:43.84) and Pierre-Ambroise Bosse of France (1:43.88). Centrowitz specializes in the 1,600 meters.
Freimuth, Johnson earn ECAC pitching honors
Frostburg State senior Clayton Freimuth was named Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III South Co-Pitcher of the Year in baseball, and the Bobcats' Guy Robertson was named Coach of the Year. Hood freshman catcher Josh Gall (Arundel) was Rookie of the Year. Joining Freimuth and Gall on the All-ECAC South first team were Salisbury senior designated hitter Danny Breen and senior outfielder Kyle Hayman; Johns Hopkins senior second baseman Craig Hoelzer; McDaniel junior third baseman Marty Windisch (Manchester Valley); and Frostburg State senior pitcher Bennett Schiltz. The second team included Frostburg State senior first baseman Rick Brady, senior outfielder Nick Walker (Mount St. Mary's) and freshman utility player Greg Schneider; McDaniel junior catcher Cameron Bahr; and Hopkins senior pitcher Jake Enterlin.
Softball: Salisbury senior Rachel Johnson was named ECAC Division III South Pitcher of the Year. The All-ECAC first team also included Sea Gulls junior shortstop Kim Dorsey (Franklin) and junior utility player Anna Brittingham, and McDaniel senior pitcher Caroline Brehm. The second team included Salisbury senior catcher Rebecca Hoey, junior first baseman Paige Knussman and freshman outfielder LeAnne Collins (Hereford); McDaniel sophomore designated player Jamie Weisser; and Bethany junior outfielder Kayla Kelly (Institute of Notre Dame).
Women's basketball: Steve Kaneshiki, who previously served as interim head coach at Washington College, has returned to the school for his third stint on the team's coaching staff, this time as an assistant.
Pro Motocross returns to Budds Creek on June 27
The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, will make its annual visit to Southern Maryland on June 27, returning to Budds Creek MX Park in Mechanicsville. The event has been held every year since 1989. Competitors in the premier 450 class are expected to include defending champion Ken Roczen, two-time title-holder Ryan Dungey and 2009 champion Chad Reed, plus emerging standouts Blake Baggett, Justin Barcia and Christophe Pourcel. The 250 class will include defending champion Jeremy Martin, Cooper Webb, Marvin Musquin and Adam Cianciarulo.
Gymnastics: Ivanna Antezana of Silver Spring and Deana Parris of Burtonsville, both of Fairland Gymnastics, will compete in women's synchronized trampoline at the USA Gymnastics Championships on June 25-27 at the Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum Complex.
Ice hockey: Howard Community College is forming an ice hockey team. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tennis: Single-session and daily tickets for the Citi Open on Aug. 1-9 at Rock Creek Tennis Center in Washington are on sale at citiopentennis.com. Early commitments include Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and U.S. Open finalist Kei Nishikori.
Ravens: Wide receiver Steve Smith is holding a youth football camp in Owings Mills in July. The inaugural two-day camp is at Owings Mills High on July 27-28. Smith will direct the camp, along with area college and high school coaches. The camp is for boys and girls from grades 1 through 8, and costs $149. For more information, go to SteveSmithCamp.com.